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sasha1Passing the Torch...

After a quarter of century at the helm of Monthly it is time to pass on the joy and responsibility of leading the magazine to a new generation. 

Luckily, over the years two very capable women grew into leadership positions in our company and have already proven that new energy and fresh thinking is a good thing. 

anuska mayDear reader...

Spring brings out the best of the Lowcountry, and we hope you are enjoying everything this gorgeous season has to offer.

We’re celebrating mothers who go above and beyond to serve their communities and families. Meet four women who help protect and care for the Lowcountry through their unparalleled dedication.

anuska aprilDear reader... 

It is time once again for the Lowcountry to get its plaid on. 

We are excited for the return of the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing golf tournament, which has been played annually at Harbour Town Golf Links since 1969. 

anuskafDear reader... 

Spring is here, and at Monthly we are full of enthusiasm and ready to enjoy the delightful season. 

As nature shows off its beauty this month, we are showcasing the allure of the outdoors. 

A guide to the top bird-watching spots in the Lowcountry offers rich opportunities to experience the area’s diverse avian life. 

Dear reader...

February is here, and love is in the air. In recognition of this romantic time, we celebrate love with our annual bridal issue.

Want to know about this year’s wedding trends? We’ve got you covered with the latest in favors, rehearsal dinner suggestions and advice on how to ensure your day remains special during a pandemic.

New love is celebrated in profiles of local couples who were undeterred by the challenges of the coronavirus and instead tied the knot while embracing the unprecedented circumstances.

anuska jan21Dear reader

The Lowcountry is full of intriguing people from all walks of life that make our community unique.

Our annual Intriguing People of the Lowcountry issue celebrates who we are and showcases the compelling backgrounds of our neighbors.

You may know some of the people featured, but we promise you’ll learn things about them you didn’t know.

anuska dec20Dear reader

The holiday season is a time to give, to cherish our loved ones and appreciate those who have enriched our lives. It is truly the most wonderful time of the year, and we are grateful you are spending some of your valuable time with us. 

The joy of giving is always more gratifying than receiving. So many organizations stepped up when they were needed most during this trying year, like the tireless work of the Long Cove Fund or the Watterson Family Foundation, driven by its passion to make a difference. 

Dear Reader

anuskanovThanksgiving offers us an opportunity to reflect. This has been a trying year, one filled with unexpected challenges that we have endured together.

The Monthly team is grateful for our business partners and loyal readers.

We don’t take for granted our responsibility as the “Voice of the Lowcountry,” and we are thankful we can share the area’s most compelling stories with you.

anuska octDear Reader 

The cool autumn air is here but unfortunately this year we will miss out on many fall festivals. But there are plenty of Lowcountry stories to talk about. 

As we continue to recognize our 35th anniversary, we also celebrate those who have made a difference in our area for decades.  

This month, we are all revved up to highlight some of the area’s classic car collectors and spotlight people making an impact in our communities.

We also feature the Lowcountry’s Leading Men with stories that showcase the hard work and ingenuity that helps them succeed. 

anuska septDear Reader

It is a time of celebration and change at Monthly magazine. We are excited to celebrate our 35th anniversary, and this month we introduce a new look.

As we constantly strive to give our readers a fresh perspective on the happenings in the Lowcountry, we offer a crisp and striking redesign that is refined and visually engaging.