The Sounds of Summer: Music Acts 2015

Girls in Tea Field

There’s something about summer that makes us want to relive our youth. It’s running around, sparklers in hand, while the Carolina breeze caresses our tresses. It’s cracking open a cold one, dockside, while the smoky scent of a flaming amber grill burns into the wee hours. Despite the humid temps, folks love to gather with friends to revel in outdoor activities, and so sprang … [Read more...]

Home Field Advantage: Greg Colebrunn Glad to Be Back in the Lowcountry


On a sunny afternoon in April, the Charleston RiverDogs, the Low A affiliate of the mighty New York Yankees, warmed up for a night game with the Lexington Legends in the batting cages located deep in the bowels of Joe Riley Park. Under normal circumstances, the RiverDogs would have taken batting practice on the field, under a brilliant South Carolina sun, but they were forced … [Read more...]

Searching For That Perfect Wave: The Eastern Surfing Association

Olivia Dilling

We’ve all seen them. Their bare feet leave prints in the moist sand – a grayish beige map to adventure and adrenaline. Sometimes wetsuit-clad and always determined, they paddle out, braving the rough thrash of the sea for that ultimate dance with the elements. Can you blame them? After all, the good days are the ones that leave us sun-kissed and sandy. Just ask Marshall … [Read more...]

That’s Our Jam: Local Music Fest Visits Mount Pleasant

Leftover Salmon

  Over the weekend Mount Pleasant had its very own Coachella moment. Despite mud and forecasts of rain, indie-rockers, bluegrassers, hoopers, graffiti artists and a slew of vendors descended upon The Grove at Patriots Point— for one collective dream. That dream was none other than Spring Jam Music Fest. Now in its third year, this eclectic event put on by the Gusto … [Read more...]

What’s That Racket? Tennis Pros Live and Train in East Cooper

Fam Cup Pic

Parents often dream of signing little Jane or Johnny up for a sport and having professional players meet their tyke in person – not to mention offer advice, become a role model and foster dreams of getting there one day, too. Now that MW Tennis has found a home at the Family Circle Cup Tennis Center on Daniel Island, that dream is becoming a reality for many families. Led by … [Read more...]