Hilton Head-based non-profit Arrhythmia Alliance and the City of Hardeeville have partnered to raise funds for new automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in Hardeeville.
Savannah is the Lowcountry's jewel. Nowhere in my travels have I found a city so beautiful with so much character. History abounds in twenty-two Oglethorpe planned squares, hauntings in almost every building with stories that set your mind spinning. Oh, did I mention Fried Green Tomatoes and Sweet Tea?
Margo Burdon, a New England native, will share with us the reasons why she moved to her new home here in the Lowcountry.
Adopting dogs is a very personal thing and in case you wondered about your options we want to share the joys and benefits of adopting pets from shelters and rescues.
Annelore Harrell shares some of the creative ways that southerners coped with summer heat. Life might have been sweeter and less complicated back then, but it required some serious inventiveness.
Maybe you are already a savvy train traveler –or maybe you’re still waiting to get your Amtrak “WHEELS.” Either way, there’s always something new to learn about riding the rails.
There are lots of reasons to buy at thrift shops. Here are the locations of stores in our area and some ideas for getting the most out of your treasure hunt.
Paris may have the Champs-Elysees and New York has Fifth Avenue, but when Annelore Harrell invites you to take a trip down memory lane in Savannah, Georgia, we know you’ll enjoy the stroll.
In this issue, we will turn from the intrigue of the forgotten Spanish and French settlements in the Lowcountry to the little-known adventures and tribulations of the English, whose parallel efforts to settle these Lowcountry shores trailed their European competitors by a full century.
All around the world, people are attracted to beaches. Sandy, rocky, accessible, private, alongside oceans, lakes, rivers, these strips of land are irresistible to locals and tourists alike.