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Callie Brown

City Editor, CHStoday

Callie is based in Charleston, SC and is a former television news producer. Most recently she served as an Executive Producer at Live 5 News. Callie graduated from the University of South Carolina - go Gamecocks. When she’s not on the clock you can find her baking, cheering on her favorite teams and exploring the lowcountry.

Tell us which Lowcountry business you miss the most.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Charleston, SC has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
The corner store-styled bar + restaurant’s history runs deep in Charleston.
Celebrate National Margarita Day with this recipe from The Matador.
Funds from the golf tournament will support current projects.
Our readers found the most romantic places.
For the love of the game. Learn more about the group that’s growing excitement for American mahjong, a tile-based game, that is taking the Lowcountry by storm.
Get ready to make waves at Riverfront Park.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up — gyms and fitness offerings around the Holy City.
The historic hotel opened its doors on Feb. 7, 1924.
Dine Where You Live is a campaign that encourages residents to dine local + support Mount Pleasant businesses.
To help make your entire process at Charleston International Airport as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from gates and parking to details on the airport’s nonstop flights.
Celebrate Mardi Gras with king cake in the Holy City.
One James Island + two West Ashley projects are moving forward.
Broaden your horizons with a tasting menu.
Explore history through the lens of art and design
You’ll find six local stars up for an award based on excellence and other factors like commitment to the community.
See the winner of our inaugural Picture of the Year contest as well as the runner-ups.
Meet the team that serves the City of Charleston and learn how you can get involved in your community.
We’ve rounded up the top things to do and places to eat if you plan to spend Valentine’s Day in Charleston.
Explore more than 50 types of wine at the Charleston Winter Wine Festival.
Learn about the mission of Michael’s Barkery, a Lowcountry bakery, boutique, and grooming salon.
This new event space features cars, cocktails, and caterers.
Several restaurants offer special menus for Restaurant Week.
This beginner-friendly salad recipe will elevate your next meal.
Meteorologists and weather forecasters are tracking winds, stormy conditions, and severe weather chances.
Groups dedicated to American mahjong are becoming popular in Charleston.
Register for the run-bike-run event in Mount Pleasant.
We’ve rounded up a few bars, restaurants, and even a sodary that will help you stick to your Dry January goals.
Favorites like The Vicious, and The Fat Boy, along with cranberry mimosas will be featured on the anniversary menu.