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More than 20 fencing clubs across the state teach an ancient combat sport that hones physical and mental skills while also offering a sense of swashbuckling adventure.
Learn more about the Catawba Indian Nation, their pottery and Elizabeth Plyler’s recollection of when the lights came on nearly 80 years ago.
Easy egg recipes from Let’s Brunch, Chef Belinda Smith-Sullivan’s newest cookbook. Plus: Your chance to win one of a dozen autographed copies.
Explore the heart of the Lowcountry with recommendations on where to go and what to do from the people who call Beaufort home.
During this surreal pandemic year, voyage back through time with us to a comic con multiverse, where fantasy worlds of graphic novels, science fiction movies, video games, anime and role-playing quests all happily collide. Superhero costume optional, but highly encouraged.
For vintage motorcycle fans from across the Southeast, all roads lead to Chesnee and the Antique Bikes on Main celebration.
Abused, abandoned and neglected horses find a loving home and renewed faith in humans at Equine Rescue of Aiken.
One Pee Dee family keeps a 150-year-old legacy of freedom and self-sufficiency alive with the Jamestown Foundation.
Need an in-state weekend getaway to satisfy your appetite for great food? Look no further than this tasting menu of dining experiences that puts Greenville on the culinary map.
Our gardening tips can help you harvest a bumper crop of the tastiest tomatoes you’ve ever tried.
Gather round for the tale of a little festival that’s bringing new life to a quiet Upstate town.
Minor league hockey finds its zone in South Carolina.
Patrol the Isle of Palms with the Island Turtle Team, a cadre of dedicated citizen scientists who ensure hatchling sea turtles have a fighting chance at survival.
Fantasy land Step into the imaginative world of the Mythical & Medieval Fest in Myrtle Beach, the state’s largest Renaissance fair.
Fall is the perfect time for a family road trip down Hwy. 11, also known as the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway.
Celebrate the tie-dyed groovy vibes of South Carolina’s eclectic Albino Skunk music festivals.
Explore the organized chaos of farm equipment auctions where anything and everything is up for sale.
Who wants to sweat over a hot stove this summer? Maintain your cool with these light and refreshing entree salads that will satisfy any appetite.
The ladies of Southern Carolina GRITS (Girls Really Into Shooting) bring fun, food, and fellowship to shotgun sports—but they don’t keep score.
Cecil Williams shares his memories of photographing the aftermath of the 1968 Orangeburg massacre. A memorial to the tragedy is now part of the U.S. Civil Rights Trail.
Experience the nature, history and friendly folks of this enchanting sea island. Wick Scurry, owner of Freeport Marina, and his dog, River, welcome visitors who come to explore Daufuskie Island.
Use this special edition of South Carolina Living to keep in touch with your elected officials in Columbia and Washington, D.C. We extend our grateful appreciation to South Carolina lawmakers for their cooperation in the creation of this directory.
Learn what it takes to be your school’s No. 1 fan. Boost comfort and reduce energy use when you insulate or replace leaky, inefficient garage doors. Explore the untamed islands of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge.