This southern charmer looks its finest in early fall or spring when the tea-olive blossoms are in bloom and the balmy weather is ideal for strolling the well-preserved historic neighborhoods. But lately there’s an energy coursing through Charleston, galvanizing the music and art scenes and rewarding visitors, whatever the season. One incubator for the new art scene here is Redux Contemporary Art Center. Nightlife, traditionally centered around the northern reaches of King Street, is diversifying, and restaurants like Husk showcase southern cooking that’s both lofty and locavore.
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Posted on September 21st, 2011 - By Bossip Staff