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Feb 27, 2024

Editor’s Note: March 2024

Maggie Washo

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Special to CH2/CB2 Magazine
If you read one thing in this magazine, it should be the calendar because, boy, is there a lot to do on this island in March! From WingFest to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and WineFest to Easter services, you can easily plan your month with the info on page 130. 

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The thing I like the best about Rose Hill is that every property in this gated community seems to have its own herd of deer. Now, this could be a big selling point, depending on whether you’re a horticulturist or not. I’ve spent a good deal of time hanging out with a Berner or two in this neighborhood and it’s as lovely as Cheryl Ricer’s article says it is in this month’s Neighborhood Stroll feature on page 38. 

What started out as one article about Rose Hill evolved into three throughout this issue. Our home feature, on page 46, highlights what makes half of this community so special – wide open spaces and its equestrian ties. I say “half” because Rose Hill is divided into two neighborhoods, one on each side of Hwy. 278; the other half is decidedly golf focused.

Rounding out the trio is a gorgeous fashion spread featuring our very own Taylor Kent with the stunning Mansion at Rose Hill as a backdrop. 

If you read one thing in this magazine, it should be the calendar because, boy, is there a lot to do on this island in March! From WingFest to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and WineFest to Easter services, you can easily plan your month with the info on page 130. 

Our Line in the Sand debaters tackle the onslaught of AI and discuss whether robot Barry and Courtney will be writing this column in the future. (Not while I have breath in my body!) 

In “Tigers of the Air,” we visit the great horned owls and their babies who have captivated us all on Hilton Head Land & Trust’s Facebook page and live raptor cam.

Looking for something crazy to do at 7:30 a.m.? Why not join the growing group of Bluffton Plungers who have taken to jumping into the May River to … to… well, I’m not sure what exactly they are trying to do, but it’s a fast-growing cult and everyone seems to have a blast diving into icy waters together. Read Barry Kaufman’s survival story on page 97. 

Lastly, cruise on over to page 88 to get a peek inside Benny’s Coastal Kitchen, the impressive new north end waterfront restaurant, courtesy of the CRAB group. The food looks incredible, the views unmatched, and rumor has it the rooftop bar will open soon. 

Enjoy!  

Maggie Washo

Publisher/Editor-in-chief

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