Charleston SC, A better way of life

    Brannon Florie’s impressive burger and fries dessert   Last night, the Rarebit hosted their first-ever beer dinner. With Chef Brannon Florie at the helm, it’s no surprise the space was packed out. In true Rarebit fashion, the courses consisted of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Guests started off the night with a Moscow Mule, followed […]

    Charleston, SC Market Reports July 2013
    MARKET ACTIVITY REPORTS Quicklinks: Current Reports | Archives | Video Updates Halfway through 2013, Charleston Real Estate Market Shows Stability and Progress CHARLESTON, SC?(July 10, 2013) According to preliminary data released today by the Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS®, 1,314 homes sold at a median price of $219,340 in June. Last June, 1,059 homes sold at a median price of […]

    From Charleston- Gifts for the chowhound in your life
    Jim ‘n Nick’s Cheese Biscuits Yum. Cheese biscuits from Jim ‘n Nick’s Whether you like the barbecue or not (and for Southerners barbecue is a very personal thing), everyone agrees that the cheese biscuits at Jim ‘n Nick’s are pretty much the best thing ever. Grab a bag of biscuit mix for a mere $5.99 […]

    Charleston area home sale up 14% through November, group says
    Charleston-area home sales were up 14 percent this year though November, extending the housing industry?s steady recovery from the real estate downturn, a trade group said today. The Charleston Trident Association of Realtors said 845 homes changed hands last month at a median price of $192,500, an increase of about 200 sales compared with the […]

    Top Rated Charleston Attraction: Holiday Festival of Lights
    Today, Thursday, Dec 6 5:30p to 10:00p at Charleston County Park/Recreation Commission: James Island County Park,Charleston, SC Price: $12 per vehicle Sunday-Thursday, $15 Friday-Saturday Phone: (843) 795-4386 Age Suitability: All Ages   Light up your holidays with more than two million gleaming lights. Open daily through Dec. 31, James Island County Park hosts one of the Lowcountry?s most beloved holiday traditions […]

    Local Charleston theaters screen Tarantino classics
    Reservoir Pulp Posted by Seth Clare on Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 4:00 AM Twenty years ago, a relatively unknown young director submitted one of his first films to the Sundance Film Festival. The director was Quentin Tarantino and the film, nominated for Sundance?s Grand Jury Prize, was Reservoir Dogs. Empire Magazinewould eventually name Reservoir Dogs the Greatest Independent Film Ever Made. Two years […]

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    Living History: Lessons Learned
    Originally posted on hammockrealty:
    Boone Hall: Battle of Secessionville, Nov. 10 & 11, 2012 Today it?s hard for children to learn history.  It?s too often taught after lunch, in a stale classroom, with portraits of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln hanging from a ceiling corner. We must embrace our past in stimulating fashion.  History must…

    Wild South Carolina Skies
    Originally posted on the thin line between optimism and delusion...:
    Before I moved to Charleston, I assumed the tourist season was the summertime.  We all know what happens when you assume.  Tourist season last all year, but the peak is in April and October.  Hotels are booked six months in advance in blocks for weddings,…

    For Sale: 3BR/3BA Multi-Family in Hanahan, SC, $130,000
    For Sale: 3BR/3BA Multi-Family in Hanahan, SC, $130,000.