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Redux and Make It Right have teamed up for a multidisciplinary art event series calling for the removal of the Calhoun monument in Marion Square.
Here’s how to make Edward’s chili at home; this recipe was first published in The Post and Courier in 1995.
The Magnolia Cemetery Trust recently moved to lift its ban on commercial tours for Bulldog Tours, thanks in part to the company's pledge to share a portion of its ticket proceeds with the cemetery.
The rehabilitated building that once housed Chicora Elementary will include early childhood STEM education, space for local artists, a performing arts venue with 300 seats and nonprofit offices.
Charleston tour guides will soon have the opportunity to join a local guild — if they successfully complete the city's now-optional certification program. Starting in January, the newly-formed Palmetto Guild will represent local certified guides.
Leizanna Hart, 105, spent most of her life in Liberty Hill and has seen more than a century of history.
The oral history project will document the experiences of students who lived through segregation on James Island from 1953 to 1969.
Through their book, "South Carolina's Turkish People," two researchers have unraveled more than 200 years of a unique family's history.
The Underground Railroad took many forms; water-based travel to Florida was just one.
Officially incorporated in 1889, Lincolnville quickly became a place where recently enslaved families flocked during Reconstruction. During these early years, community leaders built a one-room jail, established a small school and built more churches. On Jan. 5, the town will unveil its official South Carolina historical marker.