The Season of St. Patrick looks very different this year. With the parade cancelled, we’re providing some additional ways for you and your kids to celebrate safely together with crafts. Artist Shawna Junior, owner of Southern Henna, showed how to make a shamrock-inspired henna design.
If you really want go the extra mile for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, two local party planners are here to help create a special romantic tablescape using some affordable items you may already have in your home.
With many of us spending more time at home over the past year, the hope to declutter the house may be even greater in 2021. We spoke to professional organizer and interior designer Kate Turk about how to get your house back in order.
One Southeast Georgia man has a hand in bringing the Christmas spirit to the White House. Jim Roberts is preparing to help out with decorations at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the second year in a row.
July 4 is just a few days away. Many of you may be planning a more toned down celebration this year, but that doesn’t mean the holiday shouldn’t feel special. Two local party planners showed us how you can DIY a kids corner this Independence Day without breaking the bank.
Most traditional celebrations look much different these days, including weddings. The Coastal Heritage Society is offering up four of their historic sites in a unique way to make sure your big day still feels special.
Children are missing a sense of normalcy in their lives right now, and that’s especially true if their birthday is coming up. Just because you’re celebrating in isolation doesn’t mean you can’t make their birthday special at home.
With all the time you’re spending indoors right now, you may realize your house has started to feel a little cluttered, chaotic or cramped. We got advice from an expert for those of you who have decided to organize your home. Kate Turk owns her own organizing business.
You might remember your grandmother or another family member quilting, but the quilts on exhibit at the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage are not made to lay on a bed or a couch. These intricate quilts are called fiber art, and are designed to send a message.
The Massie Heritage Center is honoring Native American Month in a big way this weekend. They’re celebrating their newly remodeled American Indians of the Southeast Coast Exhibit with an Open House and Showcase Saturday.