Tatum Jacaruso in a purple shirt

Tatum Jacaruso

City Editor

Tatum is based in Charleston, SC, and joined CHStoday as a City Editor in April 2021. She has previously written about food and travel across the Southeast. She loves trying new restaurants, exploring beach towns, and meeting local dogs in the Lowcountry.

A guide to enjoying plays, performances, and theaters in the 843.
Grab a pass to this week-long festival.
Spring is fast approaching and with it are festivals + events that celebrate the uniqueness and variety of Charleston.
Get ready to make waves at Riverfront Park.
All the details you need to shuck your way through the Lowcountry Oyster Festival.
City officials and partners had a groundbreaking ceremony for the Ashley River Crossing.
Don’t let the clouds get you down.
Get the details on this green space.
If you haven’t gotten lost in a corn maze, shopped fall-themed arts and crafts, sipped wine in the garden, picked apples, or taken a walk in a pumpkin patch — can you really say it’s fall?
Check out predictions and resources.
Pro tips every Charlestonian should know.
Here’s a snapshot of my favorite Charleston stories.
... and why you should visit them.
Dig into the details on Pine Trace Natural Area.
These local sandwiches will hit the spot.
View unique digital art at Beeple Studios.
What you can and cannot do at our local beaches
We stopped by for Apero Hour at Charleston’s only below-street-level bar.
Everything you need to know about tickets, activities, and food.
The first president of the United States spent a week in the Holy City.
Check out these frequently asked questions.
Check out our holy grail guide on eating gluten free in the Holy City
Planning a getaway? Check out Wrightsville Beach, NC, a coastal town great for surfers, foodies, and art lovers alike.
Pump up your tires and head to these three spots for an outdoor adventure.
Dive into data, resources, and projects.
Enjoy sweet treats at Cinnaholic.
Get everything you need to know about this annual fest.
Follow our guide to recycling in Charleston County.
Pro tips every Charlestonian should know.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
Good news for Charleston.
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