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Welcome

  • Lowcountry Blogs is our attempt to keep up with the comings and goings of an active local blogging community. These days it's written primarily by Heather Solos of Moncks Corner Moments and administered by Dan Conover of Xark!. To have your site added to The Big Blogroll or the other lists here, e-mail us your URL, along with a one-sentence description of its focus, style, etc. Heather's e-mail: [email protected]; Dan's e-mail: [email protected].

Blog Party No. 1

  • The Group
    On Tuesday, May 16, 2006, the first large gathering of Lowcountry bloggers met in Charleston at a harbor-front bar for the Inaugural Charleston Blog Party. On the agenda: 1. Drinking; 2. Talking; 3. Posing for pictures with Windviel's incredibly cool Mustang. Photos by Janet Edens Conover

The Big Blogroll

Beaufort Blogs

Around the state

Ex-Pats

SC media blogs

  • Postscripts
    The page where we index staff blogs at Charleston.net, and the eventual home of this blog.
  • craigslist: charleston
    Not a blog, not a local media site, not really anything that falls into a clean category. The local version of Craig Newmark's famous San Francisco-based list.
  • Brad Warthen's Blog
    Editorial writer Brad Warthen of The State writes one of the best-read media-backed blogs in South Carolina.
  • Spoleto Buzz
    The Charleston City Paper's Spoleto blog.
  • Spoletoblog
    The Post and Courier's blog devoted to the Spoleto USA arts festival. Seasonal.
  • Ask Elsa
    Elsa McDowell, public editor of The Post and Courier, answers questions about the paper and journalism.
  • Bill Hawkins
    The Post and Courier's executive editor's blog.
  • Good Morning Lowcountry
    The Post and Courier's quirky inside-local column blogs through the working day at least five days a week.
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