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Three of Charleston’s James Beard award winners talk about who they are, how they cook and living in Charleston: Charleston's James Beard winners Robert Stehling, chef/owner Hominy Grill, Nathalie Dupree, author, and Mike Lata, chef/owner FIG, talk about food and Charleston at The Ordinary. (Paul Zoeller/postandcourier.com)

Three of Charleston’s James Beard award winners talk about who they are, how they cook and living in Charleston

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013



It’s hard to believe, but all the good food in Charleston was the city’s best-kept secret as recently as 2008....Read More

Music and nightlife

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Charleston’s nightlife has been the stuff of legend since Colonial times. No wonder. We work hard here in the Lowcountry, but we play even......Read More

Game on: The RiverDogs win awards on and off the field, and that’s just one spectator sport

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Charleston isn’t the nation’s largest sports market, but it’s one of the more unique.

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Like to bike? You’ve got options

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013



The Lowcountry’s flat terrain makes it attractive to cyclists of all abilities, except those training for the Tour de France.

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My town: Summerville and beyond

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013



Summerville was Tree City before there were awards like Tree City U.S.A. So it’s no surprise that the town has won the honor for......Read More

Touring Charleston? Yes, there are apps for that ...

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

For generations, people have toured Charleston’s historic district on foot, by vehicle and by horse or mule carriage.

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Charleston-area restaurants you absolutely must try: SEE AND BE SCENE:   The Fields to Families Oyster Roast held at the Bowens Island Restaurant, 1/13.

Charleston-area restaurants you absolutely must try

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

If you think you’ve eaten your way through Charleston, think again. Every few months another restaurant opens, and the resulting praise......Read More

Charleston’s hidden history below ground: metro -- A election button from George Washington owned by the Charleston Museum. (Grace Beahm/Staff)

Charleston’s hidden history below ground

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013



Hundreds of years after Charleston was settled, the region’s buried history is still being uncovered. Case in point: In March,......Read More

Charleston-area golf courses

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Berkeley Country Club: Built on the site of Exeter Plantation, Berkeley Country Club started as a nine-hole course built in 1959. Architect George......Read More

My town: West of the Ashley

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

It was on the west bank of the Ashley River that English settlers established a colony known as Charles Towne in 1670, and today the neighborhoods......Read More

What you need to know about Lowcountry colleges

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

The college is the only school in the country that trains artisans in traditional building arts, such as metalwork and timber framing, within a......Read More

Charleston emerges from shadows as a fitness hub

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013



Charleston is known nationally for its history, architecture, food, manners, world-class medical facilities and its international arts......Read More

Unsung heroes: Chefs de cuisine

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

They are titled “chefs de cuisine,” which sounds awfully close to “chefs behind the scene,” which they are. But these are......Read More

Jason Stanhope, FIG: Jason Stanhope, chef de cuisine at FIG in Charleston. (Paul Zoeller/Staff)

Jason Stanhope, FIG

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Age: 31

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Forrest Parker, Old Village Post House: Forrest Parker, chef de cuisine at the Old Village Post House in Mount Pleasant. (Paul Zoeller/Staff)

Forrest Parker, Old Village Post House

  • Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Age: 42

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