“It’s challenging to open a franchise in a small town,” Zhu said. “They usually go to big areas like Atlanta, Charlotte, or Orlando. I knew that, but I just wanted to give people these opportunities to try new flavors and expand a little bit.”
Research shows that gratitude can increase self-esteem and day-to-day satisfaction while decreasing anxiety and depressive symptoms. Sounds good, right?
A look at some of the Lowcountry’s Real Estate Professionals!
A dream collaboration: Recipes by Chef Lynn Michelle, Glassware, Plates and Serving Dishes can be found at Cassandra’s Kitchen, Pumpkin Chocolate Cake by Daniel Mendoza of D’flavor Custom Cakes
This year, the Island Recreation Association will host its popular Hilton Head Island Oyster Festival Nov. 10-11 at two venues.
Architecture by Pearce Scott, Pearce Scott Architects, Construction by H2 Builders, Interiors by Jessica Lowther, Homeowner
You’re invited to experience Oldfield, the private golf community situated on the banks of the Okatie River. Escape for a few days in one of the cottages beneath the moss-draped live oaks.
While we recently ended a weeklong event, Historic Bluffton Arts & Seafood Festival, there is so much to do from now until the end of the year. Get a preview of each!
A Note From Town of Hilton Head Mayor Alan Perry: The Present Status and Promising Future of Workforce Housing on Hilton Head Island
Our goal is for our community to be safe, livable, and inclusive. To achieve this, we recognize the necessity of providing all levels of employees with a place to call home in the community where they work.
Famed Lowcountry Reporter Mandy Matney’s New Book Puts the Intrigue of the Murdaugh Saga in a New Light
For those who have been enthralled by Matney’s reporting on the Murdaugh family’s many scandals, Blood on Their Hands represents a chance to go behind the scenes. For locals, it’s a way to discover parts of the story that may hit closer to home than we realize.
The parade was created by Chantelle Rytter of Atlanta, founder of the original Atlanta Beltline Parade, which celebrated its thirteenth year in May.
Oh yeah, then Mr. Chen brought out a whole fish, scored and fried and bathed in a fantastic garlic brown sauce.
Architecture by Neil Gordon, Neil Gordon Architect; Interiors by Kelly Caron, Kelly Caron Designs; Renovation by Morgan Construction; Listed by Nickey Maxey & Lindy Maxey Kopotic, Maxey Blackstream Christie’s International Real Estate
CH2/CB2 Magazine’s Gift Guide For Him….chockfull of really great goodies for the men in your life!
Forsythe Jewelers’ November events capture essence of style, grace & sophistication
Local First Tee student Jeep Patrick rallied for an amazing victory at Chechessee Creek Club Championship, but the champion mentality goes far beyond the course.
We kick off the issue with info on some of the most popular Lowcountry happenings this month like the Island Rec Center’s Oyster Festival and what’s quickly becoming my favorite island event—the Lantern Parade.
I thought for sure the agent would reach into his pocket of knowledge and present the amenity that warranted the ticket price of admission, but that is not what happened.
Second annual Christmas boat parade returns to Skull Creek Dec. 9
With its new housing solution, The Lofts at Coligny Beach, The Richardson Group invests in our island’s health and fosters community.
Fall is essentially spring break for locals, and few places understand that like Hilton Head’s downtown, Coligny.
When scouting for the ultimate couture background, we struck gold with this lushly beautiful manor at 69 N. Calibogue Cay.
“…each item up for bid represents someone’s home, or at least their investment. Whether they were unable to pay their taxes due to some financial hardship or through simple negligence, that property is now up for auction to help satisfy the debt to Beaufort County.”