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Featured Articles

Spring Staycation in the Lowcountry

Sometimes a vacation a world away—or even a state away, let alone out of the country—isn’t feasible. Whether it be pockets emptied from the hurricane deductible, ever-changing school schedules or not enough energy to bus a backseat full of screaming kids to a much-too-far-away destination, sometimes it’s just easier to spend some time off at… Read More…

Taste of Bluffton: A Weeklong Celebration of Southern Food

The Taste of Bluffton started in 2013 with a street festival designed to promote local restaurants and caterers by providing a sample of their tastings to the public through a festival. Since then, the festival has gained in popularity and size and has become a regional event. In 2019, we have partnered with Jesse Blanco, the… Read More…

Shop Locally to Keep the Bluffton State of Mind Alive

We always say, “Bluffton is a State of Mind,” but it’s not just a saying around here; it’s a lifestyle and our town’s motto. Why? Because the culture here in the burgeoning town of Bluffton, pulsating from local artists, businesses and residents is something quite different than our counterparts. From rushing waters of the May River to… Read More…

General Robert E. Lee and His Celebrated War Horse, Traveller: A Lowcountry Connection

From the moment he saw the horse, General Lee took a special shine to him. There was nobility there; a character beyond just fine proportions and a lustrous coat, beyond regal carriage and a fancy step, beyond even the proud spirit and intelligence that shone in the creature’s eye—the star of fortune hung over this… Read More…

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah

The 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off on Saturday, March 16 at 10:15 a.m. More than 300,000 people are expected to visit and attend the parade, in which more than 280 floats and marching units will travel through the downtown streets of Savannah. Starting at the corner of Abercorn and Gwinnett Streets and concluding at Bull… Read More…