Appréciation for French Cuisine in Charleston

Christophe Chocolatier in Charleston

The Lowcountry of South Carolina presents a melange of international influences: African, French, Carribbean, Dutch, and English, all contributing elements of their unique cultures, traditions, and culinary elements. Very early in Charleston’s history, (at the time, the provincial colony of Charles Town) a ship full of French Protestants rolled into Charleston Harbor, fleeing persecution from both the Roman Catholic Church and …

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Charleston Transportation Steps Forward with New Intermodal Facility

The new Charleston Intermodal Facility in North Charleston, SC

Mass transit, like in many southern cities, has been admittedly lacking in Charleston. We have an expansive bus service that does a serviceable job, however any semblance of light rail vanished with the dismantling of the electric trolley cars in the 1930s.  Charleston as a Leader in Mass Transit There was a time when, especially among southern states, Charleston spearheaded …

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