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Hammock Camp

Hammock Camp

It is a warm afternoon in late October. When I pull up to the dock at Rhett’s Bluff, Elliot Hillock and his girlfriend, Lauren, are waiting. Their dogs, Sasha and Tide, race in and out of the sweetgrass. We unload…

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Brinks and Boundaries

Brinks and Boundaries

As you stroll South of Broad, it is hard to imagine the soft edges of marshland that once encircled the peninsula, the muddy tidal creeks where Water Street now lies, or the grazing land that surrounded the small pond that…

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Rites of Summer

Rites of Summer

In this ever-evolving world, it’s comforting to know some things never change, that some things do remain constant—people you can count on, places you hold dear. Traditions that define our past and shape our future. Kiawah Island has long been…

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Property Owners Penny & Steve Reeves from Washington D.C.

Property Owners Penny & Steve Reeves from Washington D.C.

Pictured with son Greyson Q: Where are you from? Steve: I grew up in Philadelphia and went to Penn State. I moved to Baltimore after school and then relocated to Washington D.C. about seven years ago. Penny: I grew up…

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Property Owners Jon & Holly Centurino from New York, NY

Property Owners Jon & Holly Centurino from New York, NY

Pictured with daughters Darcy and Blair Q: Where are you from? Holly: I grew up in Buffalo, New York. Jon: And I grew up in Duxbury, Massachusetts—just south of Boston. Q: And how did you meet? Jon: I went to…

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The B-Liner

The B-Liner

As we pick our way through the sawdusted studs of the new restaurant, Lata freestyles about the menu concept. “I want it to be very light and healthy,” he muses. “It’s going to be seafood-centric. A wood burning oven will…

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TASTING ART

TASTING ART

Then, tableside, a sauce is slowly eased from a small pitcher, pooling into a kaleidoscope swirl of liquefied lovage (the green) and green peanuts (the white). Or check out the nasturtium petals on another singular dish, a precious crown of…

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THE CIVIL WAR

THE CIVIL WAR

In December 1860, 169 state representatives met in Charleston to sign the Ordinance of Secession. Morale was high as three thousand citizens cheered the delegates. Then on April 12 of 1861 Charleston was witness to the first shots of the…

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THE GINKGO TREE

THE GINKGO TREE

No tree survives these conditions better than the fabled Ginkgo biloba, with its fan-shaped leaves. Even the most botanically illiterate New Yorker can recognize the tree when its buttery yellow leaves litter the sidewalks in the waning days of autumn.…

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