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The Arts

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Michelle Y Williams

Michelle Y Williams

Michelle Y Williams’s work, despite being housed in numerous galleries across the country and across the world, comes out of a completely cut-off, sequestered place, where only artist and canvas exist, without any preconceived notions of what will emerge on the other side. ...
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Donna Cooper Hurt

Donna Cooper Hurt

Sometimes you just need a change of scenery to create new work. This past July, Donna Cooper Hurt attended the Jentel residency program in Banner,Wyoming. During her time at Jentel, she created stunning new works of art that expanded on a very meaningful ...
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Collector: Paul Langston

Collector: Paul Langston

Nature & Nurture: The Home of Paul Langston As a young man, Paul Langston had the very good fortune to be introduced to artist Jonathan Green and his partner, collector and dealer Richard Weedman. Green is arguably one of the ...
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Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

February 12-14, 2016 — 34 Years and Counting — Southeastern Wildlife Exposition is the largest celebration of wildlife art and the sporting lifestyle of its kind, and every year tens of thousands of visitors ...
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Modern Wild

Modern Wild

Nature has inspired artists since the dawn of time, from ancient sculpture to impressionist landscapes to photography. Animal portraits and wildlife scenes may be thought of as predominantly traditional in style, but these contemporary artists have a fresh perspective that proves there is wildlife art ...
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Painting For a Purpose at the South Carolina Aquarium

Painting For a Purpose at the South Carolina Aquarium

Not Everyone believes in love at first sight, but for Laura Palermo, there was no dispute. One chance meeting with a sea turtle and Palermo knew it was the beginning of something special. Sea turtles, which have been ...
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John Doyle Collection at Victor Social Club

John Doyle Collection at Victor Social Club

I’ve been collecting John for a long time,” says Mike Bennett, owner of theVictor Social Club and its parent company Holy City Hospitality. “It really began in 1977 when John was working on boats on Cumberland Street. I had just dropped out of school, and I was figuring out ...
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Chef Jeremiah Bacon of The Macintosh

Chef Jeremiah Bacon of The Macintosh

Growing up on Johns Island, Jeremiah Bacon found freedom on the water. On the waterways of the Lowcountry, Bacon learned to throw a cast net; shrimping, fishing, and crabbing ignited his love for cooking. Ever since, the water has played a very central role in his life. He still ...
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Recipe : Stone Crab Gnudi

Recipe : Stone Crab Gnudi

From Chef Jeremiah Bacon GNUDI INGREDIENTS: 1 qt Ricotta 4 Egg Yolks 2/3 C. Flour, Sifted 1 Pint Pecorino, Grated with a Microplane Salt METHOD: Combine all ingredients using the paddle attachment in a stand mixer until combined. On a generously ...
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Charleston Wine + Food Festival

Charleston Wine + Food Festival

Food is the ultimate nurturer. As humans we all require daily nourishment to survive and grow. But since you have to eat, you may as well eat well, right? The Charleston ...
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Cured Palettes

Cured Palettes

    Now that the Gaillard Center is open for business, everyone’s favorite ...
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Charleston Symphony Orchestra: Nurturing the Next Generation

Charleston Symphony Orchestra: Nurturing the Next Generation

Sometimes, all you need is that first foot in the door to change the course of your entire life. The Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s National Young Artist Competition is just that for many of the country’s talented, conservatory-bound young musicians looking for professional performing ...
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Jeff Querin and Stephen Wayne of 34 West

Jeff Querin and Stephen Wayne of 34 West

  A 1991 Acura Integra hatchback rolling down I-80 crammed with costumes, disassembled set pieces, and two twenty-something actors were the humble beginnings of 34 West Theater Company. What started as a touring group, now, 16 years later, has blossomed into a brick-and- mortar space bringing laughs, ...
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Charleston Fashion Week

Charleston Fashion Week

Charleston Fashion Week is never going to be be New York Fashion Week. It shouldn't be. NYFW is exclusive, invite only. It’s a whirlwind week full of set agendas, ...
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MK Quinlan of Seeline Vintage

MK Quinlan of Seeline Vintage

"I’ve been collecting vintage forever; I just finally got around to selling it,” says MK Quinlan, over a glass of red wine and a cheese plate at the heavenly Park Café in downtown Charleston’s Hampton Park neighborhood. Our mutual friend ...
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Josephine Humphreys

Josephine Humphreys

Bringing a new intensity to Dorothy’s well-worn mantra “There’s No Place Like Home,” author Josephine Humphreys has claimed Charleston not simply as her birthplace, but as her life. Even though her education did pull her away briefly to Duke University,Yale University, and the University of Texas in ...
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Creative Entrepreneurs: Craig & Megan Evans

Creative Entrepreneurs: Craig & Megan Evans

Meet the Husband And Wife Team Behind Y’allsome. When Craig and Megan Evans first met, these two southerners were living in Los Angeles, a place that is about as far as you can get ...
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Nurturing Artists Through the Listings Project

Nurturing Artists Through the Listings Project

What began as a chain of emails between friends in New York City is now a full-fledged online operation. Stephanie Diamond, the founder of Listings Project, was an artist on the quest for affordable housing in Manhattan. She kept receiving news about available properties after ...
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Four Ways to Nurture Business on Social Media

Four Ways to Nurture Business on Social Media

Social Cues from The Modern Connection At the core of its foundation, effective social media marketing is about relationships. And that process goes far beyond just “friending” someone on Facebook or LinkedIn. Just as in- person relationships take time and energy to build, so do your ...
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