Thursday, December 2, 2021

Faces

Personal touches make a difference How Jen Moret makes guests feel special By Hannah Massen Everything runs on your time when you’re on Island Time – literally. Island Time Hilton Head, a vacation rental company with properties across Hilton Head Island, takes...
Fast Talking and Even Faster Moving … Get outta her way! By Lucy Rosen A charming Southern restaurant. A trendy smoothie bar. An artisanal coffee company, and a personal-chef catering service. What do they all have in common? One of Bluffton’s...
More than a good night’s sleep Ed and Connie Binot say the secret to innkeeping is attention to detail By Hannah Massen A whitewashed, historic mansion. Swaying Spanish Moss. Spa beauty products and plush microfiber sheets. The Cuthbert House Inn sounds like...
How a fitness guy with heart is becoming an entrepreneur with soul. If you believe the Axios survey confirming that there is a perception that millennials are “lazy, pampered and entitled,’ Mike Treschitta will shatter that belief, starting with his...
Choosing her happiness and finding her zen. By Ellen Linnemann When Susan Stone couldn’t find the crystals, sage, palo santo and fresh incense she needed for her spiritual practice here in the Lowcountry, she found herself making trips to North Carolina...
Working like a dog for the dogs, and loving every minute of it. By Mary Patterson Q: What do fine chocolates, French linens and a two-legged dog have in common?  A: Jennifer Smith, founder of Noah' and Noah’s Arks Rescue Smith moved to...
Creativity comes in every color, including black and white By Mary Patterson Ryan Baggott is proud to live up to the stereotype that millennials are lazy, but not in the way you might think. Ryan is obsessed with finding ways for...
A naturalist brings ‘Moore to Life’ in the Lowcountry By Ellen Linnemann As a teacher back in 2008, one of the things Jill Moore loved most was the opportunity to be part of the Master Naturalist program – where, one weekend...
Home is where the art is By Ellen Linnemann When looking to move South from the Northeast, Robert Howell knew that the Lowcountry had it all – and, in particular, could match the wildlife that he and his wife had up...
Making Lowcountry Made: Seizing an opportunity, and knowing her market. Making it in today’s business world not only takes a great idea, but the right timing. And for Katie Silva – who founded Lowcountry Made (lcmade.com) and launched a series...