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Events In Charleston Area’s Popular Venues
November 2019

Events

There is a plethora of events happening in and around the Charleston, SC area for the month of November 2019. In this post, I have listed what I consider to be some of the most notable and entertaining events happening in some of the most prominent and appreciated venues in the Charleston and SC Lowcountry area.   Read More →


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The SC Lowcountry, Pee Dee,
Midlands, and Piedmont


What is the Lowcountry? Is Charleston a part of the Lowcountry, or is the Lowcountry a part of Charleston? I hear questions like these frequently, especially from folks that aren't from South Carolina. Hopefully, this... Read More →



Town Halls Of Summerville
Full of Character and Prominence


Throughout Summerville's history there have been 4 town halls to include the current one. These town halls have provided much more than simply a place for the Mayor's office, City Council... Read More →



Sullivans Island – A Mysteriously Intriguing Historic Island


Home of the Edgar Allen Poe Library, Fort Moultrie and the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse, at first glance Sullivans Island appears to be a typical small charming coastal township. But when... Read More →






Pickett Park and Pitt Street Bridge
A Hidden Historic Gem


When I have the opportunity to write about, and feature places that, relatively speaking, very few know about; I am genuinely thrilled. Picket park is just such a place.
The history of... Read More →



Bulls Island and Bone Yard Beach
A Low Country Must!


Once the Ferry arrived at the dock, our immediate goal was to mount our bikes and begin movement toward our primary destination – Bone Yard Beach. We studied our map... Read More →



The Charleston City Jail
A Historic Charleston Landmark


The Old Charleston City Jail - From its original construction in 1802 to 1939, the building located at 21 Magazine Street was utilized as a jail and insane asylum. With the exterior stucco... Read More →