Ever wonder what Barbados, Singles, Piazzas and a nice breeze have in common with Charleston Style Homes. Here’s the skinny on one of Charleston’s better-known styles of architecture.
If you are new to the Charleston area or are thinking about coming here some day, you may be interested to follow some of these folks who are on Twitter. These are the crème de la crème, the best of the best, the tightest tweeters of both the known and the unknown twitterverse and have been carefully selected based on both their volume and relevance to the Charleston scene. Without further adieu, here is a quick list of my Top Charleston Twitter Follows that tweet the latest on food, culture, and local news usually specific to the Lowcountry. If you have any suggestions that should be added to the list, let me know.
On September 12 my family and I had the pleasure of joining hundreds of others who gathered at the Charleston Airport to welcome home veterans from around the Lowcountry who took part in the last SC Honor Flight from Charleston. Veterans from both World War II and the Korean War were flown up to Washington DC and back so they could visit the various war memorials in Washington DC.