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Modern Living in the Old South

Modern Living in the Old South

The Southern
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The Beginnings of Freedom

By Eliza Chapman Bailey Settlement Community Cemetery pays homage to the Town of Lincolnville’s early settlers.  Spearheaded by Lincolnville Preservation

Pitch Perfect

At times, skilled athletes are lauded for their sports acumen without consideration for their overall disposition, sense of self  and

The Man Behind It All

Summerville, SC is known for its history of sweet tea and the Azalea flower, but few know the French botanist

Honoring Heroes

A major discovery near Camden, SC sheds light on heroes from the past. Just north of Camden, the landscape transitions

American Cup

Veterans John Richards and Neil Johnson, owners of OneNation Coffee, are dedicated to helping veterans, first responders and their families

Winter Wonderland

From exploring rural wonders to embracing the classics, here are 15 things you should do in the South Carolina Lowcountry

Indoor Oasis

Marie Everidge, owner of Soil and Soul Nursery Exotic Plant Shop on Short Central in Summerville, recognizes that plants are

A Life of Discipline

Martial arts are a codified system of physical transitions developed for self-defense and combat thousands of years ago. Today, self-defense,

Art Haus

A couple brings an old house back to its creative roots. Most people work in a setting with co-workers who

Strawberry Fields Forever

The strawberries that come from the fields of Westbury Farms are sweet, but not as sweet as the people behind

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