Magnolia Cemetery

Magnolia Cemetery

The oldest public burial ground in Charleston is beautiful Magnolia Cemetery. Originally a 1790s rice plantation, this Victorian cemetery was founded in 1849 on the banks of the Cooper River in Downtown Charleston. Home to 35,000 permanent residents, including authors and poets, artists, Confederate generals and soldiers, prominent politicians, bootleggers, prostitutes, and socialites. Magnolia Cemetery… Continued

Charleston Holiday Market at Marion Square

Charleston Holiday Market at Marion Square

Join the holiday fun as the Charleston Farmers Market extends their hours for the holidays this December! In addition to regular Charleston Farmers Market vendors, enjoy holiday vendors, live music, caroling, kids’ activities, and visits with Santa & Mrs. Claus. Located in Marion Square in the heart of Historic District in Downtown Charleston, the Charleston… Continued

Let’s Take a Picnic!

Let’s Take a Picnic!

Food eaten outdoors just tastes better. And sandwiches are perfect for picnics. Whether it’s peanut butter and jelly or something decadent and gourmet, if you pack it in a basket and head outside, it’s special. Picnics can be anything you like, as long as it’s food you love. Try a different twist on the traditional… Continued

Feast for Foodies: Eat for a Cause

Feast for Foodies: Eat for a Cause

It’s no secret, Charlestonians love to eat.  In fact, even folks from off say their favorite part of visiting Charleston is the food!  From world-class fine dining to tasty hole-in-the-wall gems — there is something to please any palate. But, why not try out some of the best food the Lowcountry has to offer and… Continued