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Is Gluten-free a lifestyle or fad, Jon Stewart takes a hiatus and Holy City Brewing chosen as best local brewery
Grub Street asks whether a chef's private behavior should affect their restaurant's reputation.
How economics can help you lose weight, a troublesome trend in craft-brewing and a St. Helena Island native performs tonight on American Idol
If you're an American Idol fan, make sure to check out our website tonight for our coverage of St. Helena Island native Candice Glover's performance.
Gary Sinise is coming to Beaufort but the Blue Angels Aren't, Budweiser strikes back and fried okra tacos
Good news: Gary Sinise and The Lt. Dan Band is coming back for Lt. Dan Weekend 4 in September.
Bad news: Sequestration has forced the Blue Angels to cancel their scheduled performance in Beaufort in April.
Sean Brock and others honor Southern food legend Frank Stitt.
Padma does not tolerate cursing around kids, A college newspaper does something thoughtless and Coach K speaks out against rushing the floor
As much as I love clever and innovative advertising, sometimes there is no better or more powerful marketing tool than word-of-mouth.
This is especially true when it comes to technology.
We’ve all been there. Your friend buys a new gadget, won’t stop talking about said gadget, shows you said gadget and suddenly you can’t imagine your life without said gadget.
It's a rite of passage of adulthood, like incorrectly filing your taxes and nearly being audited by the IRS or spending way too much money on organic honey -- it's time to throw a dinner party.
The dinner party represents a chance, not only to gather with family or friends, but to celebrate your independence.
You have your own place complete with appliances with which to make food and furniture upon which your closest friends -- or the neighborhoods and co-workers who annoy you the least -- can eat said food and enjoy a meal together.
Currently Listing: A man fakes seizures to get out of paying his restaurant checks, some rules to good cornbreads and Charleston Wine and Food is upon us
A Maryland restaurant patron who faked more than 50 seizures to avoid paying the check is going to prison, according to the Baltimore Sun.
The most convincing anti-texting campaign yet, Food Network chefs do the Harlem Shake and the Oscar's most viral moments
Kristen Stewart's limp, what you didn't see at the Oscars and a new Charleston restaurant is already named one of the year's best
The New York Times has a great piece on tourism in a small Belgian town known for brewing some of the finest, rarest beer in the world -- Westvleteren 12.