The human residents of the Lowcountry are famous for the love and care we show our pets. So, you know we know exactly where to take our furry companions to keep them healthy and vibrant. For decades Coastal Veterinary Clinic has shown the area’s pets just as much love as we do, guiding them to better health with care and expertise.

Alliance Dance Academy was built for family.

It’s not unusual in this digital age for a parent to post a snapshot of their kid in celebration of a victory. When Erin McMahon won “Performer of the Weekend” at the prestigious LA Dance Magic Convention, however, her mom posted two pictures: one of her right after winning, the other at age 5, just starting out.


There’s a certain vision one has of running their own restaurant, one which rarely intersects with reality. They see themselves sampling the cuisine, straightening napkins, hobnobbing with guests and soaking in the atmosphere they’ve created. They rarely see themselves calling a plumber during a dinner rush because a pipe has broken, bussing tables because someone called off sick, answering phones while trying to figure out where table six’s appetizers went.


Betty the Bernese Mountain Dog was a little too boisterous for her owner, pulling her around with the brute strength so common to her breed. Duke, a hound dog, would not stop barking and having accidents in the house, driving his owners to the end of their rope. A third dog had been deemed a threat by the state of South Carolina.

With a unique combination of its historic past and progressive future, Hampton County is redefining rural living. Located within driving distance of Charleston, Columbia, Hilton Head and Savannah, Hampton County has become a growing residential and business community – known for its caring county government that values and respects cultural, ethnical and economic diversities which define the region, as well as for its vibrant economy, rural quality of life and sense of community pride.


Quality time is Lisa Lewellen’s love language, and that’s what she gives to others – family, clients, relationships, and the Lowcountry community in which she plays an influential role. Balancing it all isn’t easy – as a matter of fact, it’s a little crazy. But in Lewellen’s words, it’s “Good Crazy.”

Hospice Care of the Lowcountry

On the wall of Jenny Brasington’s office at Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, you’ll notice a framed poem. Given to her by one of the organization’s nurses some time ago, this poem is called “The Dash” and among its lines you’ll find a heartwarming ode to that all-too-brief line between the day you’re born and the day you pass on. 

The world is full of fun color palettes, hand-painted designs, and lovely paper — and Madison Elrod is a leader in creating quality products that bring that beauty to the everyday.

Christyn Gialanella, RN, MSN, CMC, had been enjoying a successful career in nursing, work that she loved, when she had a vision. Looking beyond the boundaries of care management, she envisioned a true nurse advocacy agency that could serve as a voice for patients and families feeling lost in the healthcare system.