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Danetra Richardson thought she might open a late-night dessert place, hence the name SWANK Desserts, which stands for Sweets With A Nightly Kick.

Private social clubs are booming in popularity, and it's about time Charleston finally got one.

When your lofty aspirations are in the backyard.

If Charleston fall is a bust, you can drive 4 hours north and find it again!

Don't miss your chance to attend the first year of this amazing Lowcountry event geared towards brides and brides-to-be!

From luxury hair and nails treatments, message, aromatherapy and much more, Stox & Co. has you covered.

Just last week we officially welcomed Gorgeous Glo to town at their grand opening party! They are the second blow dry bar to open in the Charleston area but they do offer quite a few other exciting services.

Lemon Blossom Thumbprint Cookie Cups are easy to make, impressive to your Maw Maw, and perfect for a summer brunch party.

How to properly apply blush, most importantly on your wedding day. What products to use, and how to perfect the skin first.

Grit has gotten 6 fresh new voices over the past few weeks. Meet them all here!

Internationally trained and renowned cosmetic artist Andrew C. Petersen sits down with Lisa Thomas to talk beauty, the beauty business, and her new venture, Ooh! Beautiful.

Much to the annoyance of my friends. fatherhood has rekindled an old love of mine: photography.

Gardenia Events teams up with The Cotton Wedding for a Lowcountry bridal expo on March 27.

A little cheesecake for the holidays

Does marriage still come before kids?

A baker and her rescue hound are changing the way we look at food trucks and mobile restaurants in this interview with mobile mason jar bakery owner Karen Moran.

Take it from one of the best wedding photographers in Charleston, when it comes to your big day, you want your makeup to be just right. Here are some hints from behind the camera.

Stars, beautiful people, and delicious food were in no short supply at Tuesday night's wedding affair, and blogger Renae Brabham spent the evening taking it in with all of her senses.

You may or may not know that I used to hunt the elusive black cabs of Charleston. Seeing the London transplants in our Lowcountry setting tickles me to know end. Read on to see what I mean...

We set up a guerilla face-painting shop last night lakeside, and invited all the neighborhood kids (parents, too!) to swing by and get spooky... Meet the Halloweened-up kids of Harleston Village