To take it to the next level, Wild Birds Unlimited can help you get your backyard Wildlife Certified by the National Wildlife Foundation. “The certification requires that you provide the birds a source of water, a couple different sources of food, and a source of shelter for birds,” Ryan said. “We can guide you through that entire process.”
This year’s holiday lights display at Shelter Cove Harbour & Marina across from Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort on Hilton Head Island, S.C., is the most expansive yet, delivering a dazzling family display to savor and remember.
Under the guidance of The Grace Club, the iconic ship has been brought back to her former glory.
On the spectrum of fraternal harmony, the dynamic between any two brothers usually rests somewhere between The Property Brothers and Cain and Abel.
Quickly becoming one of the most popular live acts in the Lowcountry, with adoring fans now singing along to songs they wrote, Pretty Darn has come a long way from their individual trajectories as gigging musicians.
This year, the Island Recreation Association will host its popular Hilton Head Island Oyster Festival Nov. 10-11 at two venues.
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.
Second annual Christmas boat parade returns to Skull Creek Dec. 9
Fall is essentially spring break for locals, and few places understand that like Hilton Head’s downtown, Coligny.
Each year, notable Southern masters of their craft are invited to address varied themes that tie to the values of the community as they immerse themselves in the local culture and lead workshops.
What famous musician would you love to play/sing a duet with? Dolly Parton (QUEEN!)
For the first few years after arriving in 1973, the Headliners were snowbirds, playing during the tourist season then moving on. Eventually, Perigo would make the island his permanent home, joining the island just as the loose collection of musical acts was slowly gelling into a scene.
And speaking of Christmas, this book would make an excellent Christmas gift for anyone you know who enjoys visiting Savannah or will be visiting Savannah sometime soon.
But someone had to lay the framework for that jam. And in the case of Hilton Head Jazz Camp, that would be our island’s own James Berry.
The groups get together and practice drills and fighting techniques. Their code of gear and dress is very strict and abides by a detailed handbook that explains exactly what they can wear and when they can move up in rank and armor.
“Dancing changes lives here,” Virag said. “I never get more excited than to see how people bond and make friendships and lifetime friendships. Some of these ladies never would have known each other if not for the dance studio.”
As a creative person, this is one of my favorite issues to put out every year. I love highlighting local talent, and we are beyond blessed in this area.
A little bit inspiring, a little bit mad, but undeniably entertaining, Campfire Tyler puts on the kind of shows that simply remind you how fun the world can be.
As part of our Arts + Music issue this month, we attempted to recreate some classic, iconic album sleeves, starring a few of our favorite local entertainers.
Coming Back for Seconds: Rock N’ Ribs returns to fill your ears with rock and your belly with some of the best barbecue on earth.
And in the end, fun is what it’s all about. Well, that, and giving back.
I knew nothing about the different breeds, so I just rolled the dice when ordering them from MyPetChicken.com.
How James Bradford and daughter Caroline Richey took their love for rebuilding old cars to the cloud and became YouTube sensations.
In 2022, to introduce more people to the island she loves, Smith decided to write a mystery series set on Daufuskie Island, which she has renamed Mongin Island. All Is Now Lost celebrates the gentle breezes, the miles of incredible beaches, tall protective oak canopies and the resilient people who live and thrive in the region.
Upcoming projects Harvey is excited about include the 2023 Crescendo Celebration beginning Oct. 10 and culminating in the Hilton Head Lantern Parade (Nov. 18)
A podcast for locals, by locals: with Caitlin Lee & Heather Rath
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.
The hottest stage in town once again fills the south end air with the sweet sounds of local music. Jevon Daly If there’s a soundtrack to summer on Hilton Head Island, it has to sound an awful lot...
It’s a question I get asked all the time. What does it take to be a dad? The people asking me this question are all hypothetical, and in fact may be figments of my imagination, but it does...
Step inside the surreal world of puppeteer and ventriloquist Bob Abdou and meet a few of his best dummies.
When a restaurant is still creating exceptional dining experiences and wonderful guest memories 50 years after first opening its doors, you know they are doing something right. “Nothing lasts 50...
The Real March Madness is at Coligny: It’s the first month of spring, and the party is heating up in Hilton Head’s downtown.
We can get out and mingle with friends and neighbors, listen to some great live music, toast a night out with a delicious meal and maybe get in a little retail therapy. And, as every year, we launch...
In harmony with their mission “to enrich and benefit the community through the arts,” the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina invites you to join a special four-day event, March 23-26, 2023. During this...
Practically any festival that has existed on Hilton Head Island for any decent length of time can trace its roots back to a small gathering of some well-intentioned locals hoping to raise some money...
You can feel the excitement in the air, and it’s only going to build all month long. February on Hilton Head Island typically serves as sort of a preamble, a prelude if you will, to the rising...
Presenting Exceptional Voices through Exceptional Art: Full Spectrum Studio provides safe, supportive environment for special artists to develop, create, and sell their art
Cat McDermott, Victoria Bramson and Allison Good spend the afternoon painting. The mention of the word “artist” typically conjures up ideas associated with a person’s skill, creativity, and vision....
A Tennessee record collector and his wife bring the vinyl wave to the shores of Hilton Head Island
There’s a certain timeless joy that comes with creation, with using your own two hands to render raw materials into a stunning work of art. It’s an impulse that has driven the artistic for...
This year, the Heritage Library is putting something special under the tree for you.
Despite repeated viewings ensuring that we know every joke before it arrives, every moment before it happens, A Christmas Story always seems to remain fresh. Maybe it’s because of the way it’s...
The Quiz Business: Meet the masters of ceremonies behind some of the Lowcountry’s most exciting trivia nights
What boy band performed the famous Chili’s “Baby Back Ribs” jingle in a 2002 commercial? Who is the NFL’s all-time leader in touchdowns scored? What is the official language of the African nations...
Recently, I was tagged on Facebook (something viewed by many on the social platform as a “not cool” thing to do). It was a video, and I immediately thought to myself, “I’ve probably already seen...
Styled by Kaila Jeffcoat, Modeled by Gioia Di Bartolomeo
Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” crescendos and you find yourself getting lost. Simultaneously, fingers and head start to snap in keeping with the beat. You feel compelled to rap and, out of nowhere, you...
The Lowcountry’s most acclaimed pack of misfits and party animals readies for their shot at the small screen
Everyone loves a white wedding. We all want to believe in everlasting love. Marriage was a lifetime promise in the not-so-distant past. Newer generations treat the concept like an impulse Amazon...
The worker bees in the trenches will tell you that chefs come and go. The only constant in the food and beverage industry is change. You could be in the weeds with a best friend on Thursday night only to find out they took a job across the street on Saturday. The most fortunate restaurant owners will tell you their biggest secret is consistency with the staff. Make them happy whatever it takes.
When the pandemic hit and we were facing lockdown, Susan Ballard did what most of us did: she moved from the bed to the couch and back again, binge-watching television until there was nothing left to watch. “There were only so many episodes of Schitt’s Creek,” she said. “I knew it was time to get out of bed and do something.”
Apart from being somewhat sexist, Mark Twain’s idiomatic expression the “clothes make the man” is fashioned in truth: People are often judged according to the way they are dressed.
We already know Hilton Head Island and the surrounding Lowcountry is where the masses migrate for good food and that everyday vacay feel. As the summer winds down, cooler breezes kick up, and...