People shopping for a home in coastal South Carolina should know that some features make houses more resistant to storm damage and less costly to insure.
The Charleston Leadership Foundation’s 18th annual prayer breakfast on Nov. 19 will feature keynote speaker Michael Franzese, who walked away from a life of organized crime.
My doubts used to worry me a bit, but as I’ve aged I’ve come to see those doubts as an honest wrestling match, the kind of struggle that sharpens my wit, keeps my mind open and builds my spiritual strength.
While weeds are a nuisance in most gardens, they reveal problems in the soil. And by knowing these problems, we can moderate and reduce weeds through cultural practices.
Fifty years since a monumental uprising helped spark the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement, members of the Charleston area faith community say there's still work to be done.
Copenhagen has an integrated public transportation network that prioritizes bicycles. Can Charleston embrace something like it?
Folks, it's finally getting chilly at night. We're breaking our sweaters out. We've maybe even considered turning on the heat in the car instead of the A/C. It's officially fall in Charleston.
It is not uncommon for pet parents to be unaware their dog has a chronic disease before it is brought to the office. How do so many of my patients mask these symptoms? More importantly, how can parents determine earlier if they are sick?
The city of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is seeking artists in music, theater, dance, visual art, media art and literature to participate in the 2020 North Charleston Arts Fest, scheduled for April 29-May 3 at various venues throughout North Charleston.
Cue the applause — Apple released a new operating system. You'd think with all the fanfare we just found a way to travel from New York to London in 30 minutes. But Apple has perfected marketing, and this includes an annual upgrade that changes the look and use of our devices.
In so many ways, “Osceola’s Muse” demonstrated that joining risk and inspiration is well worth the effort, hiccups and foibles and all.
Currently, there are no U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved treatments for peanut allergies. But that may be changing soon.
The funding of the Gaillard Center raised the profile of arts philanthropy in Charleston. What is the city's current state of arts philanthropy?
The Green Heart Program brings its seed-to-harvest curriculum full circle with the Healthy Hearts program. It teaches students how to grow fruits and vegetables as well as how to prepare meals from their harvest.
Mary Whyte crisscrossed the United States in search of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. The artist had in mind something big.
Thousands of Clemson students participate each year in worship services and mission trips organized by the university's Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter.
As fall trucks along, the weather is finally beginning to mellow out. Here in Charleston and in other locales alike, it's a great time to hop on a bike and enjoy some outdoor scenes.
It's easy to draw the assumption that dog walkers form a community of sorts, and share some common values. The most important one being that dangerous, aggressive dogs are leashed and kept away from the rest. That’s what my friends believed, but, in an instant, that trust was shattered in the most devastating way possible.
Charleston writer R.G. Bruneau has published "The Craftsman's Crucible," an autobiographical novel about a young boy's coming-of-age journey in a family with a domineering father and emotionally detached mother. It intertwines memories of the past with current circumstances, expressing a mes…
The Post and Courier’s Steeplechase of Charleston presented by Baker Motor Company is announcing our Tailgate Design Contest! Bring y our best creative energies to Race Day for a chance to win a Deluxe Tailgate Giveaway Package.
Decades ago, Silicon Valley promised us the “paperless office.” We’ve gotten closer than before thanks to automatic PDF conversion, e-signed contracts, and tablet displays, which have spared us millions of reams of paper.
While the local mainstays of sweeping Lowcountry vistas and transporting feats of plein air are still in lovely abundance, they are now joined by relatively recent arrivals displaying fresh perspectives.
This past year Angela Young became the first Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina that the state has seen in the last seven years. Now she wants to make sure that it’s not another seven years before the state gets the next one.
Charleston-based choral ensemble The King's Counterpoint specializes in early music and sacred music.
With equal parts talent and grit, Charleston stars are beating a path to Broadway. Here, they share the secret to their success.
For the longest time, I assumed that anyone born in my decade is “too young to die.” I made that assumption in my 20s and I’ll probably feel the same way 20 years in the future.
It seems likely the property will be sold to a developer to build homes or apartments. But Goose Creek's former mayor hopes the plantation home can be donated to the city.
Time spent amending soil with compost, digging the right-sized planting hole, and carefully positioning the plant will help plants grow vigorously.
A new Charleston church hopes to illustrate there are many millennials who want to experience God through age-old sacraments, songs and traditions.
This week, we asked readers to look at familiar surroundings a bit differently. Taking advantage of the natural curves and angles present in the environment, both natural and built, can lead to some interesting photos.
In the words of her publisher: "I will miss the hurricane named Dottie. And I will remember her whenever I see a Palmetto tree bend at the mercy of the wind. Or a woman wearing three strands of pearls."
Playwright Tracy Letts, creator of "August: Osage County," trains his masterful dramatic skills on the life and times of one woman, as portrayed by six performers.
Charleston Symphony launched its season this past weekend with its Masterworks program, "Mozart in the Lowcountry."
Addiction experts emphasize that they do not want to ban alcohol. But they do want people to understand that alcohol use disorder is a serious medical condition.
Alycia Araneo Craft recently made history after she gave the College of Pharmacy at the Medical University of South Carolina not only it's largest gift, but also the largest gift ever to an MUSC college.
Famed poet, activist and educator Nikki Giovanni will be the keynote speaker at the Black Ink book festival slated for 2 p.m. Oct. 5.