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A brewery and museum released a new beer that honors sailors and gives back to the community.
This interactive Historic Marker Map will give you a history lesson while you’re on the go.
From preserving landmarks to fostering cultural heritage, these heroes help keep Charleston’s soul alive.
The Morris Sokol Furniture store served the Lowcountry providing furnishings for nearly a century.
Grab your pals and get ready to learn and make elevated cocktails yourself.
National Geographic released a global travel guide packed with off-the-beaten-path destinations — Including Charleston’s own International African American Museum.
Carolopolis Awards honor both private and public projects that preserve that history.
From history to exploring nature we’re helping you plan your bachelorette party in Charleston.
Plans for a downtown Charleston hotel include a restaurant + speakeasy.
Most people spend time gazing in awe at the historic landmarks + homes of Charleston, but do you know the history behind the entrances to many of these places?
The historic hotel opened its doors on Feb. 7, 1924.
Explore history through the lens of art and design
Boston wasn’t the only city that protested.
Charleston Explained is an Instagram account for history, facts, and myths about the Holy City.
From mill to museum, we’re exploring the history of how SCSM came to be — and how South Carolinians can celebrate its big anniversary.
The Edge of America has some exciting celebrations in store.
The lighthouse has rich history that spans 200+ years.
Take a virtual tour of Charleston’s Gullah History to learn more about this important culture.
The Historic Charleston Foundation is working to uncover the history of the late Tom Russell, an enslaved man and rebellion leader in the early 1820s.
Bloomberg Philanthropies has created a short film based on the connection between South Carolina and Rwanda basket weavers.
How well do you know Charleston, SC? We’re bringing you some fun facts about the city and its history. If you’re a trivia master (or local enthusiast), give this a try.
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