A tale of two sofas is the source of color and design for this art gallery.
Running one of the largest real estate firms in Charleston was a preordained journey for Michael Scarafile.
Keeping up the tradition of being covered in flour and making fresh biscuits from scratch is a passion for Carey Morey.
A master craftsman when it comes to bringing 100 year-old furniture back to life, Gary Leon has worked on some of the rarest antique pieces, including those owned by top celebrities.
A lifetime behind the lens gives Eddie Toporek an edge when it comes to preserving memories with art.
Member owned Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union rolls out two new branches, and continues to make a difference in the community with their outreach programs.
The joy of fly fishing is a deep rooted obsession for guide and store owner Scott Davis.
Charleston's port serves as a springboard to the world, and Jim Newsome stands at the helm leading the way for viable expansion and growth efforts.
We sit down with Terry Hamlin to discuss his philanthropy projects, and discover that sometimes a tragedy can open doors to greatness.
Focusing on thebig picture is key for Monica Scott and the College of Charleston’s everexpanding campus
Meet the female entrepreneurs who have proven they have the skills and business acumen necessary to achieve success in Charleston’s competitive market.
Since the beginning of Charleston’s existence, women have played a vital role in shaping our city
Island living and fishing is a key ingredient in Teri Whitner’s handcrafted pottery
Charleston’s longest running mayor sits down for a one-on-one about his career, family, and future outlook for our holy city
We all have our customary holiday gatherings, but some traditions are still best spent with the customer.