Summer Activities to Check Off Your List Before the Fall

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10 Activities You Have to Cross Off Your Summer Bucket List While the days are long and the sun hangs high in the sky, summer offers a golden opportunity to create lasting memories and partake in a variety of thrilling activities. Before the cooler breeze of fall sweeps in, it’s time to seize the moment […]

9 Enticing Facts About the Lowcountry

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Discover the Charm of the South Carolina Lowcountry Where history and nature intertwine with effortless grace, the South Carolina Lowcountry is a region that allures visitors and residents alike with its timeless beauty, enchanting landscapes, and diverse culture that echoes through the ages.  In this blog, let’s embark on a journey of discovery, unveiling fascinating […]

Meet Jenan Mcclain: Creating an Unforgettable Journey for the Senses through Art

An inherent passion of Jenan’s since childhood, her painting flourished after a series of life-changing events, enabling her to tap into the intuitive process behind the brush. She attended The Fine Arts Center in Greenville, South Carolina, and, under the mentorship of the talented Jim Campbell, first experienced the beautiful beginnings of meditative creation. Mr. […]

Summer Events in the Lowcountry

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7 Events to Kick Off Your Lowcountry Summer As the sun-soaked days of summer draw near, the enchanting Lowcountry awakens with a vibrant tapestry of events and festivities. Prepare to embark on a thrilling journey through the unique culture, culinary delights, and electrifying atmosphere that make a Lowcountry summer an experience like no other. In […]

Porch Swing Styling at Palmetto Bluff with Kelly Caron Designs

July 6, 2023 | 3pm | FLOW Gallery + Workshop | Complimentary Kelly Caron Designs will host the inaugural POP-UP PORCH SWING STYLING WORKSHOP at the FLOW Gallery + Workshop courtyard in Palmetto Bluff. Kelly Caron and industry partners Lowcountry Originals and Laurie Bell, Inc. will offer tips and guidelines for styling the perfect southern […]

Rice Story

By Luana M. Graves Sellars Sometimes the smallest thing can tip the tides of history. During the Colonial era, the cultivation of a single, tiny grain shaped the geography and economy of the Lowcountry for centuries to come: rice. Yet, to accurately chronicle the history of the region, you must include the story of the […]


I met Rob Collins on Whitehouse Plantation Road on a sunny afternoon in late October. We park our cars in the dense shade of loblolly pine, and the dirt road is quiet but for the low throb of cicadas. Collins is an approachable six-foot-four and has a friendly, easy way about him. He is one […]

Members at Palmetto Bluff | Bill and Lynda Glavin

Tell me about you two. How did you meet? Lynda: I’m from Concord, Massachusetts. My first week of work in Boston after graduating from college, I met Bill with some friends at a bar called Clarks. That was forty-one years ago. We got married very young and moved a lot. We have moved ten times!  […]

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