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Gardeners should consider the pollinator

Aaron Wood

A few daffodils are generally the first signs of a Charleston spring, followed by a reliable sequence of blossoms all outdoing their predecessors. Infinite shades of camellia give way to golden jessamine, building toward the crescendo that is azalea season for a short, but majestic couple of weeks. Before long, the jasmine is in bloom, […]

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Late-night dessert bar taking over former HōM space on King Street

The Honey Hive will be located at 563 King St.

Belmond looking to sell landmark Charleston Place hotel

The corporate owners of the Charleston Place hotel are exploring interest in the possible sale of the landmark complex in downtown Charleston. “We can confirm that as part of the company’s long-term strategy, Belmond has appointed CBRE Hotels Institutional Group to explore market interest for the possible sale of Charleston Place, A Belmond Hotel, Charleston,” according to […]

Brasserie La Banque opening on Broad Street July 2

Brasserie La Banque is set to open on July 2 at 1 Broad St., the latest restaurant to occupy the space following the closure of One Broad and the basement Bakers Bar. This venture will be the second new Indigo Road Hospitality Group to open this year, following Kingstide’s Daniel Island debut in March. Reservations […]

Wednesday headlines: US death toll from pandemic approaches 600,000

The United States would have surpassed 600,000 deaths due to the coronavirus already if not for the removal of hundreds of deaths from California tallies. In South Carolina, 8,623 people have died from the virus as of Tuesday. However, infections are dropping in places where people are vaccinated, but rising where they are not. Also, […]