Who doesn’t love to look at the beautiful blooms of the Azalea? These flowers are also known as the “Royals of the Garden” due to their notoriously vibrant colors! In Charleston, South Carolina, you can see these flowers blooming all across our city from late March until early May. We have all sorts of azaleas growing all over, including (but not limited to) the Piedmont Azalea, the Japanese Azalea, the George L. Tabor Azalea, and the Great Laurel! We are so proud to have these gorgeous flowers growing in our city.
At first glance, Charleston, SC, might look like a quaint, tame little city. And, during the day – it very much is. Gorgeous cobblestone streets adorned by historic landmarks allow for an enjoyable stroll through history. Quiet neighborhoods and friendly residents make it a picture-perfect place for families. Yet, once the rays of sunshine give way to neon lights, the city drastically changes. Dim lights let it reveal a whole new face - the one inviting thrillseekers with a promise of fun, excitement, and good times. But this is more than just a blank invitation. The Holy City delivers with a myriad of pubs, nightclubs, craft beer bars, and fancy restaurants. Therefore, all you need to know about Charleston nightlife - it is what you want it to be.
Jazz Singer Maggie Worsdale pays tribute to this earthy innovative legend who put the Nashville sound on the map and who paved the way for future country singers. This tribute is not an imitation of Patsy Cline. Maggie’s performance is presented in a jazz/country style. Maggie sings Cline’s songs and shares little known stories about her life and career.
Charleston is full of so many different culinary experiences, how do you know where to go this Thanksgiving holiday? Especially if you want to combine traditional dishes with some of Charleston's favorites! If you're looking for last-minute Thanksgiving dinner ideas, don't worry: here are a few of Charleston's best restaurants offering special menus for the holiday -- so you don't have to!
Along a one-mile section of Meeting Street you will find 6 museums, 5 nationally renowned historic houses, 4 scenic parks, a Revolutionary War powder magazine, and an array of historic houses of worship and public buildings such as the Market and City Hall. The Gibbes Museum of Art, the oldest museum building in the South, is home to the foremost collection of American art that incorporates the story of Charleston...
When it comes to Charleston’s history, the line between fact + fable tends to get a little murky. That’s especially the case when it comes to chronicling the time Edgar Allan Poe, a man who relished in the mysterious, spent here.
For instance, while we know it to be true that Poe spent thirteen months stationed at Fort Moultrie, we also know that he did so under a false identity: 18-year-old Edgar Allan Poe claimed to be 22 year-old Edgar Allan Perry when he enlisted in the U.S. Army.
Written By: Vinson Petrillo
What’s all the buzz on buttermilk? Buttermilk, a fermented dairy product, is on the rise as one of the freshest culinary trends. Not only is buttermilk a staple in classic Southern comfort foods, but it also can be used a number of nuanced ways. It is praised for both super versatile in sweet and savory dishes, and also super sustainable! The best part? It’s easy to make!
Zero George is changing up their infamous “Royale with Cheese” recipe for the summer to participate in the Blended Burger Project presented by the James Beard Foundation and the Mushroom Council. The Blended Burger Project is a nationwide competition that encourages chefs to create a healthier, more sustainable, and tastier burger by swapping out at least 25 percent of the ground meat for finely chopped mushrooms.