By Michele Roldán-Shaw The very sound of the name “sea island cotton” conjures all the allure of this fabled cloth: ease, luxury, the silky touch of breezes and sunshine on …
A haunting voyage across Lowcountry history
Several exciting finds have been discovered at The Mitchelville Freedom Park site.
Examining the movement, its local impact and identifying ways we can make a difference. Story by Luana M. Graves Sellars Luana M. Graves Sellars, a journalism major with a minor …
The beautiful thing about living in the Lowcountry is there’s always something new for you to experience.
Jim and Carol Alberto get schooled on Daufuskie
Pets have long been a source of inspiration and used as a metaphor for artists.
On that morning in Burano, a small lace-making island off Venice, artists Joyce and Don Nagel stood a block apart, each mesmerized by the action unfolding in front of them.
Charles Fraser and the wild, glory days of Sea Pines Company. Story by Tommy Baysden A good bit has been written about the serendipitous series of circumstances leading to the …
Artists often draw their inspiration from nature. Vincent Van Gogh saw nature and art as inseparably linked.