What do you buy for a guy who always ends up getting what they need themselves? The second you hear him talk about an item he wants, you rush to the internet to search where to get it — no sooner does he walk in the door with said item. That’s our dads for you!

Beach season is officially underway and it is important to be familiar with the regulations and rules that each beach in the Lowcountry adopts. Of course the obvious rules apply like no littering and no motorized vehicles, but there are other not so obvious rules that beachgoers also need to…

Public school students will have a shorter summer than average due to the late start in 2020, but two months is still enough time to experience the academic “summer slide.” And as for the students who have been out for weeks now, it’s time to start a good ‘ole routine of reading, writing and…

Today is National Flag Day and although this day has been celebrated in America since 1885, many people may not understand what this holiday is all about.

As summer begins for children all across the country, parents are left with the daunting tasks of trying to keep their kids busy. Now that your children have more time on their hands, why not get them to chip in more around the house? Summer is the perfect time to start instilling chore regiments.

The United States Coast Guard reported that boating deaths surged nearly 25% in 2020 compared to 2019. This statistic correlates with the COVID-19 pandemic because instead of crowded shopping malls and restaurants, people headed outdoors – many of them taking up boating.

Southern hospitality is something that visitors to Charleston come to expect. Holding the door open for strangers, nodding a hello and flashing a quick smile to others as you pass by, or addressing everyone with the distinctive “ma’am” and “sir” are the friendly gestures we’ve become known f…

It should come as no surprise that the Caw Caw Interpretive Center named their 5K race, “Where the Wild Things Are.” The race name perfectly fits what is experienced in a visit there. This Charleston County Park located in Ravenel is an ideal depiction of the Lowcountry’s natural habitat.

A summer filled with outdoor adventure awaits, and the Charleston County Parks waterparks are just the place to go. Not only does each waterpark provide large pools, lazy rivers, spray plays and waterfalls, but they also provide thrilling slides for children and adults of all ages. And who d…