Artists Steve Johnson and Bob Ray check in at the Halsey



Sharon Graci discusses PURE Theatre’s past, present and future

Kevin Wilson

PURE Theatre artistic director Sharon Graci said there wasn’t anything outside of theater she considered doing. As she recalls, “When I was 13 years old, my parents sent me to classes at the local community theater, and I just never stopped being a part of it.”  In reality, Graci’s story isn’t that simple. There has […]


High Fidelity: Datum Workshop

Datum Workshop is a design and fabrication practice on Johns Island combining traditional craft with digital manufacturing to build spaces, furniture and other products such as pocket doors and wall paneling. Founded in 2017, the shop specializes in feature art walls where logos, lighting and seating can be integrated. Focused on the balance between organic […]

Reflections of singer-songwriter Becca Leigh

Local singer-songwriter Becca Leigh Nicholson wrote down a meditation about a year ago: “Work within your means, think/dream outside your means, slowly expand the circle of possibility.” Recently, she came across it again.    “I feel like that’s my mantra that I apply to all aspects of my life at this time,” Nicholson said. There […]

Marcus King Band returns to the Holy City

Marcus King is a 25-year-old master musician whose old-soul vocals and bold guitar playing have put him firmly on the path toward greatness. Nashville-based but Greenville-raised, King’s sound is an amalgamation of Southern rock, blues, gospel, country and ragtime.  King credits having been raised in South Carolina with setting him up for success. “There must […]

Indoor mushroom farm Lowcountry Fungi

Plenty of people picked up new hobbies during the COVID-19 shutdown — some tried their hands at bread-baking, while others dusted off their golf clubs or started a home renovation project. Lowcountry Fungi co-owners Jonathan Cox and Benny Mosiman started an indoor mushroom farm.  “Many years ago, I was part of the Charleston Permaculture Guild […]