/ by Stephanie Burnette I visit Beaufort about every other year and this trip I noticed how reset downtown feels. No longer just a picturesque village with its historic draw, Beaufort has popped with a bevy of new shops and...
Comfort food; nothing satiates like freshly fried chicken. A staple for bone-in parts, fried chicken was a special occasion meal because only young birds were tender enough for the preparation, but the advent of the fresh fryer changed all...
/ by Sandra Woodward  / illustration by Tatjana Mai-Wyss Lake City is an idyllic town and what it may lack in numbers, it makes up for in originality. Since the creation of its acclaimed arts festival, ArtFields, in 2013, Lake...
  / by Sandra Woodward / illustration by Tatjana Mai-Wyss An easy hour’s drive from Greenville, Newberry offers plenty of southern charm. Billing itself as “the city of friendly folks” is neither wishful thinking nor an exaggeration. Hospitality seems to emanate from...
Much has changed since Durham’s incorporation in 1869. Some twenty years earlier Bartlett Leonidas Durham donated four of his 100 acres for a railroad track right-of-way and depot. Durham Station was the primary stop for Union officers during surrender...
Just down the road is a great weekend to shop, dine and experience a different part of the Upstate in Downtown Anderson

Distinctive Character

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios Being patrons of the arts not only afforded...

The Joy of Maximalism

/ by Allison Walsh / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios For Jean Wilson Freeman it’s not the house...

Rock Art

/ by Lynn Greenlaw  / photography by Eli Warren Soapstone is a metamorphic rock composed dominantly of talc...

A Cut Above

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Eli Warren The son of a woodworker, Jeremy Schrock was in...

Bridge House

/ by Jonathan Ammons / photography by Kevin Meechan Tucked away in the mountains near Cashiers, rather intentionally...