Found 6 blog entries for March 2018.
Henry Timrod, a respected 19th century poet who was born in Charleston and frequently wrote about the Civil War and the South Carolina Lowcountry, once said, “Spring is a true reconstructionist.” Stale air, balmy weather, brown lawns, and leafless trees rapidly transform into bright foliRead More
St. Patrick’s Day means that everyone gets to be Irish for a day, and celebrate by wearing green, eating Irish food, and drinking beer (which should also be green). From parades to bar crawls to pints of Guinness, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in the Holy City--anRead More
If you’re looking for places to celebrate all things Irish in West Palm Beach this St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re seeking a festival full of fellow lads and lassies, a parade of epic emerald proportions, or a bar crawl with plentiful green beer, we&rRead More
Spring is right around the corner, and with that comes spring cleaning, a time when many people clean out, remodel, and refresh their homes. When it comes to improving your home--whether to increase your resale value or just to enjoy your living spaces more--one of the most immediately rewarding upgRead More
H2O. Though it runs freely from the faucet, Americans drink more than nine billion gallons of bottled water each year. A 100 billion dollar industry, bottled water manufacturers market their product as superior to its lowly tap counterpart, even though government regulations on tap water are more stRead More
Every year, thousands of people visit Charleston to see its many amazing restaurants, pristine beaches, and must-see attractions. Whether you’re local to the Holy City or just visiting for vacation, it can often be difficult to decide which attractions are worth seeing or spending money on. WeRead More