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Why You Should Always Put Your Name In The Hat

At Charleston Fashion Week we were impressed with the fabulous jewelry, bags, hats, and other accessories offered by swanky vendors at the Style Lounge. Nicholas Lane Handcrafted Jewelry by artist Currie Boyd had some eye-catching displays that drew us over to their table.  While Stacy browsed, I dropped my ...
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The Sunday Chef

Ask any local for a lunch recommendation, and chances are they will point you toward Meeting Street and FIG.  Resident chef Mike Lata is known for his farm-to-table philosophies and both Lowcountry and French specialties.  His love of travel and food brought the Charleston Chef to New York as part ...
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Bridge Run Fun–Our Weekend CRBR Picks

For all you Runners and Non-Runners like yours truly, I have great news.  Fish Restaurant is offering a Pre-Bridge Run dinner tonight, for the light price of $14.  They will open early tomorrow at 10 am with Bloody Mary's and Mimosa's to celebrate the runners; stick around for a fabulous ...
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Modern Rhythms

Athletic-dance movement Pilobolus rolls into town April 10, 7:30 pm at the Gaillard Auditorium (77 Calhoun St.) presented by the Charleston Concert Association (last of the season!).  Founded in 1971 out of a Dartmouth college dance class, this toe-tapping collaboration has soared to new heights in their 40-year history with ...
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Thursday Night Picks

UPDATES to our Thursday night Picks: Reason #1 you should attend the next Mojitos & Stilettos event: my friend Meredith won a DRESS of her choice, which she's going to wear on her honeymoon.  Reason #2: my boyfriend's friend Lance won a pair of earrings; seems like a bummer?  Not so, ...
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Charleston Fashion Week–Friday Roundup & Pics

Charleston Fashion Week had us so wrapped up in the excitement and events, we haven't even had time to post everything yet!  Here's the roundup of Friday night's shows and pictures. Teal, a swanky boutique opened the evening with a fun, sassy lineup, 80's inspired music & details, like leggings & ...
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Bring on the Water Ball.

Going green takes a turn towards "going blue" this Thursday March 25th, 7-11pm with the Charleston Waterkeeper’s First Annual Water Ball taking place at the SC Aquarium. No, the Water Ball does not consist of children hurling water-filled balloons. Well, as far as we ...
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Romance Rocks!

Charleston Weddings' Bridal Couture show today was surely the most intimate of CFW happenings.  Well-dressed ladies and a few of their gents packed into the festooned & champagne cocktail-filled Style Lounge for The Peninsula's best  bridal fashions.  The Charleston Symphony Orchestra rocked the tent with peaceful classics and surprising renditions ...
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An Evening with The Met’s Carrie Rebora Barratt

Charleston hosted Ms. Carrie Rebora Barratt from the Metropolitan Museum of Art this week as part of the Charleston Art & Antiques forum.  Ms. Barratt is the Associate Director of Collections and Administration and gave a fascinating talk on American Portraiture in the Colonial Era.  The address was given in ...
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Art Mag listens in on Project Runway talent

Project Runway talent, local Carol Hannah Whitfield and the West Coast's Logan Neitzel, sat down yesterday with local media to talk about CFW.  Amidst all the camera flashes and questions, Carol Hannah glowed how "surreal" it is to "come back to where it all started."  Carol Hannah has been around ...
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