Summer Guide 2020 

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A guide to the perfect Fourth of July cookout
A guide to the perfect Fourth of July cookout Make the most of the holiday in your own backyard

July 1. You wake up in a panic, realizing that you haven't even thought about what you'll serve at the Fourth of July cookout you're hosting in three days. Sure, your gathering will be more intimate this year due to COVID-19, but with drinks and apps and the grill, there's still a lot to manage. — Parker Milner


Books to Read This Summer
Books to Read This Summer Summer Reading

Looking for some more book recommendations? We always turn to our friends at local bookstores like Itinerant Literate, Blue Bicycle, Buxton Books, Turning Page Bookshop, and Main Street Reads, for suggestions on what to pick up next. — Connelly Hardaway


Ways you can get outside in Charleston
Ways you can get outside in Charleston Out There

One of the best ways to see the historic city of Charleston is by taking one of the many sightseeing tours offered by tours and events offered from Charleston Harbor Tours. — Skyler Baldwin


5 spots to eat and drink outside in Charleston
5 spots to eat and drink outside in Charleston Outdoor dining

Sitting above the dunes on Isle of Palms, The Windjammer is just about the perfect beach bar. — Sam Spence


6 places to stock up with snacks for your Charleston beach day
6 places to stock up with snacks for your Charleston beach day Grab and go (to the beach)

Forget the boring PB&Js and load the cooler with gourmet sandwiches and prepared foods from Ted's Butcherblock. — Parker Milner


5 short-drive beach trips
5 short-drive beach trips New day, different beach

Roughly an hour away Edisto Beach, a calmer and less-developed area than some of the more crowded Charleston beaches. — Heath Ellison


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