North Charleston, the third largest city in South Carolina, is often over-shadowed by Charleston when it comes to the national press.
It’s not uncommon to see publications drop the “North” from in front of Charleston when talking about Boeing or events playing at the North Charleston Coliseum.
That’s why it was neat to see the city and its people and food get some much-deserved attention in The New York Times this weekend.
— Ashley Zink (@ashleyzink) March 24, 2013
Note: Thanks to Mike Kelleher for pointing out this Sunday’s New York Times Magazine piece about Charleston.
— Ayoka Lucas (@AyokaLu) March 25, 2013
All of the attention has instilled some civic pride in the community.
Best city in the world for a reason. So many people have contributed. Charleston, South Carolina. I love you.
— justhaveaseat (@justhaveaseat) March 24, 2013