The Boogieman Festival at The Royal American featured musicians performing in Halloween costumes across two stages on Oct. 29-30.
Riverfront Revival Festival took place on High Water grounds drawing thousands.
After a spring delay and a year of a virtual race the 44th annual Cooper River Bridge Run took place as runners and walkers participated in the first bridge race since 2019.
Last month, we asked readers to submit their children’s drawings, doodles or paintings of their favorite Lowcountry setting or landmark for a chance to be featured in Charleston's Choice 2021.
The "Hands to Heritage" Sweetgrass Baskets of Peace event was held at the Charleston Visitors Center September 21. Sweetgrass Baskets woven by master weavers in Rwanda and the Lowcountry of South Carolina were revealed on the day observed as “International Day of Peace” by the United Nations…
Holy City Magic makes a grand re-opening with a performance by owner and magician, Howard Blackwell.
Our top picks for best sunrise locations around Charleston.
The Folly Beach Wahine Classic on Sunday, August 1, 2021.
Cory Schwartz and Cameron Johnson film episodes The Grilled Cheese Show to feature local musicians.
Crews remove the historic Old Village water tower on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 in Mount Pleasant.
American Ballet Theatre performs their ABT Across America show, hosted by the Gaillard Center, at The Citadel on Saturday, July 17, 2021.
The Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association held its annual City Swim Meet at the new North Charleston Aquatic Center. The championship was postponed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
People flocked to Folly Beach and fireworks stands to celebrate Independence Day Sunday July 4th. By mid-morning traffic was backed up over an hour to reach the beach on Folly Road and fireworks stands were expecting to sell out earlier than last year.
The town of Sullivan's Island celebrated Independence Day a day early with their annual parade on Saturday July, 3, 2021. Residents dressed up their golf carts and bikes for a ride down Middle Street ending with a celebration at Sullivan's Island Elementary School with food trucks sponsored …
Hardscoop Ice Cream, who has been creating new flavors, will be sending their alcohol infused ice cream direct to consumers.
Looking for things to do this summer? Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum is a trip into the past that is suitable for all ages. The USS Yorktown aircraft carrier offers a chance to get up close to exhibits, aircraft and artifacts spanning WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War.
The First Annual Crosstown Classic Basketball Tournament was held at Hampton Park on Saturday June 19, 2021 in Charleston. Organizers, Tee Young and Preston White, arranged the tournament as a way to bring the East and West sides of the city together and provide a nice evening for the commun…
The Augusta GreenJackets had "Bark in the Park" as one of their promotional themes for their June 13 game, held in SRP Park. That meant an invitation for fans to bring their dogs along for the game, which turned out to be a 4-2 comeback victory over the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.
Local artist Quintin Chaplin works with students at Murray LaSaine Montessori on a group mural on the school on Friday, May 7, 2021 on James Island.
Final round of the PGA Championship on Sunday, May 23, 2021 at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island. Andrew J. Whitaker/Staff
Day three of practice on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at the PGA Championship at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island.
Charleston RiverDogs prepare for their opening day on May 4th with groundskeeping work and other maintenance in the stadium.
All women musicians played at Tradesman Brewing on Saturday, April 17, for 9 to 5 Magazine's Femme Fest.
Charleston Music Hall transforms the space at The Bend for outdoor concerts including Ranky Tanky.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile stops at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant on Thursday, March 11, 2021.
Purim, the celebration of the survival of the Jewish people, was celebrated as a safe distance this year at the The Center for Jewish Life with a drive-though Purim Parade.
Foggy weather covers the Lowcountry on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021 in Mount Pleasant.
Mary Claire Morgan, 13, was one of the only girls at the skate park when she learned how to skateboard when she was seven. Now, she encourages other girls around her to join the sport.
A collection of moon photos from waning, waxing, crescent to full from staff photographer Andrew Whitaker over the last couple of years made in Charleston County.
The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission hosted a fairy house festival on Jan. 23 at Palmetto Island County Park. The outdoor event had a storytelling tour with the Charleston Public Library, selfie scavenger hunt, food trucks and of course, fairy house building.
Emily Curtis has been working out at Iron Tribe Fitness getting in 'singing shape' for her performances.
Crews work on the construction of the new Folly Beach fishing pier on Tuesday, December 29, 2020. The project is slated to be completed in the spring of 2023.
Charleston County Parks Holiday Festival of Lights, held at James Island Park, will continue each night from 5:30 - 10 p.m. through December 31, 2020.
Wreaths and bows and garlands, many made from fresh evergreens, are common sights of the Christmas season on doors throughout the Lowcountry.
The 13th annual Chanukah in the Square extravaganza continued its celebration at a new location this year. Family and friends gathered at The Bend for the annual lighting of the menorah Sunday.
Mayor John Tecklenburg attended a virtual lighting ceremony of the Holiday Tree of Lights in Marion Square on Sunday, December 6, 2020.
The city of Summerville hosted an Old Time Summerville Christmas Celebration featuring pictures with Santa, a station for writing letters to Santa, and festive live window displays on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.
Charleston County shoppers looked for Black Friday deals along King Street and Tanger Outlets Friday.
The Woodlands Nature Reserve off Ashley River Road has been hosting drive-in Halloween movies during the month of October. The 6,000-acre space also offers campgrounds, hiking trails, canoe launches, a zipline and more.
Congaree National Park is one of the top 10 most underrated, according to Conde Nast.