Pamela Brownstein

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A native of New Orleans, who was raised in New Jersey, Pamela has lived in the Lowcountry of South Carolina for the past 15 years — which basically means she talks and drives fast like a Northerner but embraces the natural beauty and friendly, laid-back culture of the South. She graduated with a journalism degree from Penn State, and met her husband, Daniel, while working at a newspaper in Beaufort, SC. The two left-handed parents have two adorable right-handed children — Wolfe, 5, and Selah, 4 — and one unruly black Lab, named Lefty. They live in Mount Pleasant and Pamela works from home as a freelance graphic designer, writer and editor while also taking care of aforementioned children. She loves champagne, Bluegrass music and South Park.

76 Places to Eat Outside: East of the Cooper Edition

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In an area known for its beautiful weather and fabulous food, it’s no wonder so many eateries offer outdoor seating where people can wine and dine while capitalizing on our warm climate. We’ve compiled a...

Moms to See in the 843: Pamela Jouan Goldman

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When Pamela Jouan Goldman moved to Mount Pleasant from New York City four years ago, she immediately began looking for ways to get involved in the community. The mother of two started writing for...

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Pedal Power: A Guide to Family-Friendly Bike Trails

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The beauty of the Lowcountry — with warm weather year-round and literal low-lying, flat land — makes for ideal bicycling conditions. Below discover a list of bike trails located throughout the region that are easy...

Moms to See in the 843: Gitte Holm-Møller with Nordic Family Table

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It’s a Small World…when You’re a Short Mom

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When the iconic Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away, like so many women in our country, I was struck with a sense of intense sadness and a profound sense of loss. But...

Summer at the Movies: A Local Guide

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Let’s Rock the Mom Vote

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  As busy parents, it is hard enough to balance kids and jobs and pets and homes, so keeping up with elections and local politics usually takes a back seat. It can be time-consuming and,...

20 Random Acts of Kindness You Can Do From Home + A PRINTABLE!

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Turn up the Music: A Lowcountry Soundtrack in Sanity

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On March 12, I went to a concert at the Gaillard Center downtown. It was a collaboration between the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and the Grammy-award winning band Ranky Tanky. Nearly all the members of...