Charleston Articles

Spring Break 2011: Where to Go and Where to Avoid

by Chanize Thorpe. Posted Jan 24th 2011 04:45 PM
Spring Break 2011

It's simple math: warm climate + cheap hotels = an optimum spring break location. And every March and April, beach towns around the U.S., Caribbean and Mexico that fit the equation are flooded with students looking to let off some steam. If an alcohol-fueled fest isn't your idea of fun, here's where to go -- and where to avoid.
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U.S. Regional Foods You Might Not Know About

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Jan 21st 2011 01:08 PM
U.S. Regional Foods You Might Not Know About

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Philadelphia has cheesesteaks, Chicago lays claim to the deep dish pizza, and Boston serves up some of the most recognizable chowder around. But, have you ever heard of coffee milk or Polish boys? Here we take a look at some lesser known U.S. regional food specialties. You might not have encountered them before, but you're going to want to get a bite soon.
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Charleston Mythbusters

by Ken Malcom. Posted Sep 24th 2010 08:29 PM
Charleston Mythbusters

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Charleston, South Carolina, is one of the oldest cities in the United States. As such, the city has a long history with its fair share of colorful stories and urban myths. Charleston mythbusters will separate fact from fiction and urban legend from historical truth as you delve into this city's rich history.
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5 Best Photo Opportunities in Charleston

by Patricia Marroquin. Posted Sep 24th 2010 08:07 PM
Photo Opportunities Charleston

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Charleston, S.C. evokes images of grand antebellum mansions, quaint cobblestone streets, historic districts, church steeples, military splendor and just plain Southern charm. Here are 5 top photo opportunities in Charleston, S.C.:
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Happy Hour in Charleston

by Megan Champion. Posted Sep 23rd 2010 06:57 AM
Happy Hour Charleston

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A city rich in history and bubbling with southern charm, Charleston is guaranteed to steal away your heart, but not necessarily your wallet. In fact, if you stick with the local hangouts, you'll find that Chucktown can be quite affordable. So how do the locals pinch those pretty pennies? Two words: Happy Hour. In Charleston, the most cost effective time to go out for drinks is usually from five to eight. Start your evening at happy hour, and you might even have a few cents to spare at the end of the night.

Here are a few spots that boast a happy hour menu Charleston natives find hard to resist:
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