St. Paddy’s Day Parade Block Party and Parade Saturday, March 11 in North Charleston

  THE 14TH ANNUAL ST. PADDY’S DAY BLOCK PARTY & PARADE   Saturday, March 11 | 12PM – 6 PM East Montague Avenue in the Olde Village of North Charleston near Park Circle   Come join the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the Lowcountry on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm in the Olde Village of North Charleston.  The 14th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Block Party & Parade promises fun for the entire family. The Block Party location is East Montague Avenue between Virginia Avenue and Jenkins Avenue.   The celebration will feature live music across three stages, street vending and fare from Olde North Charleston restaurants, additional local food…

Charleston Entrepreneur Launches Perfume

Kelly Gaskins

Kudos to Kelly Gaskins, an inspiring, classy Charleston girl, and an entrepreneur at heart, for giving Charleston women something special to call their own. Kelly has launched Charleston Girl perfume, a unique fragrance she created to capture the charm, grace, and style of a true Charleston girl, and the city of the women who live here. Kelly was born and raised in Charleston, and wanted to develop a perfume that included ingredients that were native to Charleston, and represented the fun, sassy spirit of its southern belles. Charleston Girl is a sultry fragrance, slightly floral and fruity, with trails of amber and sandalwood, and a bottle as elegant and sophisticated as the fragrance, sleek in…

Charleston’s Final Art Walk of the Year

Charleston Art Walk

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and in Charleston, that includes braving the brisk, southern winter to stroll the cobblestone streets of the French Quarter, drink wine, and see the latest artistic wonders the city’s fine artists have to offer. The Dec. 2nd French Quarter Art Walk, the last of four held each year, brought a lively turnout of all ages and artistic connoisseurs. This traditional social event stretches from S. Market St. to Tradd, between Meeting St. and the waterfront, in the historic area of downtown. With over 30 galleries representing 500 artists, I began the 3 hour trek with my plan of attack in hand. It’s impossible to see every gallery, but knowing…