I’m listening to a new podcast called Hilton Head is Still Fun. Heather Rath and Caitlin Lee, two longtime locals in the marketing biz, have taken to the mic and are reminding residents how...
While rest and play have the potential to help, they don’t magically vanquish all stress into the ethers. I’ll happily let you know if that ever changes. In the meantime, take this as “permission” to add more rest and play into your life.
It’s a scheme so different and refreshing, you almost want to congratulate the homeowner for thinking outside the box, when in fact, what she was thinking of was social media.
“What’s Up, Bob?”
An annual, balanced budget is critical to Hilton Head Island’s livelihood.
Summer Celebrations It is what Bluffton’s people do best: We “build community” by coming together to celebrate our parks and each other. After a successful inaugural year, the town is pleased to...
A podcast for locals, by locals: with Caitlin Lee & Heather Rath
After building up unprecedented public interest, The Bank is finally open!
The First Tee – The Lowcountry Is Giving Your Kids A Summer They’ll Never Forget.
A July 2023 Special Section on our Health Professionals
Ahh, sweet summertime! Temperatures get hotter, days get longer, drinks get colder, and life gets a little better.
Most tourists come to the Island looking for a week of relaxation. Morgan Richardson (nee Ladd) found a lifelong love.
Local beekeeper has protected bees and produced honey for 35 years.
Fun Beach Finds at Coligny Plaza
As the only boat tour allowed in the Sea Pines Nature Preserve, H2O’s Nature and Alligator Boat Tour is an entertaining and highly educational trip for all ages.
We’ve rounded up six of the best activities to do on the water with kids. See if your favorite made the list!
Get Barbie’s Beach look, shopping look, party look, vacation look and date night look at these fine local retailers!
The beauty of dessert is that it does not have to pretend to be healthy. It’s simply one way of adding a little sweetness to life.
The magic of HarbourFest is real. When you stand under what used to be golden hue of the setting sun and watch it turning on cue to a deep navy blue, cuing the fireworks display, you might have to pinch yourself to believe it.
As July is our biggest month for tourism, we tailored this issue around interesting things for our visitors to do.