You can find out more information about the fundraiser at http://www.derekrevordendowment.com/bowlin… or http://www.facebook.com/events/13548866994…
Boy, I sure can't wait to hear some great TEDx talks about how technology is going to change the underlying paradigm of the internet zeitgeist by actualizing social media into an ethereal concrete shape of unprecedented power that will allow more people to step up to the technological plate and take a piece of the pie that we will grow through the use of ideas that shape and mold our concept of what ideas really are and what they can be and how powerpoint and large video screens will bring democracy to the Middle East, end hunger in Africa, and keep the profits of tech companies strong.
Live music tonight, Sunday Feb. 24, featuring Mike Larsen's Classic Memories Big Band for the party!
Art is now as culturally devalued as it could be.
Really looking forward to this show!
Saw it opening night - great story - funny moments, well acted - oh, and there's a bar in the lobby too!
Yea...'cause the only thing less tired and trite than Valentine's Day is zombies, right?
Neither one of these bands is metal, at all. One is more indie and the other could best be described as Americana.
This is the worst organized festival in my life will NEVER go again! First the traffic going into Boone Hall was moving at a snail's pace or slower, cops didn't given a damn. People cutting into traffic left and right. After an hour sitting in traffic on Long Point Rd, it took another half an hour to get thru the boone hall entrance. Second you have to park in a grass field fill with horse feces stuck to your shoes and tires. Once inside all the food stands had no organiziation, you couldn't tell where the lines started people were cutting and cursing left and right. The worst is when we got to the oyster line (if you can call it a line) it was like over a thousand people squeeze together no organization at all. It was like everybody was begging for free food! There was no exit you had to fight your way back thru the crowd carrying your bucket of oyster (if your were lucky to get one). We never got our bucket of oyster after waiting over an hour in the mosh pit. We got to the front of serving tables but once we were there the girl up front said " we are all out of oysters on our side you need to move over to your left side to get your oyster. How the hell do you shift over 1000 people to your left when everybody has been moving forward for over an hour. Why couldn't the staff move their lazy butts and bring buckets of oysters over to all the people been waiting over an hour! So we were like efff this, there is no way we are getting oysters. So we left the line after over an hour waiting. We ended up eating nasty burgers and cupcakes because the other vendors ran out of food! We paid $30 to get in got $40 in food tickets! Thats $70 to wait hours in traffic, stepping on horse poop, waiting over in hour in a mosh pit for oysters and never getting any, and eating burgers, cupcakes, and drinking $2 mountain dew from a can that only cost 25 cents! I would have been 1000 times happier if I just went to Captain D's that Sunday.
No more Gino Castillo at Barsa.
Update: this class has been postponed to Sunday, February 3 from 3 to 5:30pm.
The correct website link is http://www.earthforce.org/community/Charle… vs. the above.
This show is absolutely fantastic!!! The cast of this show really make you feel the emotion they are feeling. It will break your heart and make you cry. I hope everyone goes and enjoys this show. You will laugh and cry!!!
My tickets are in the box ... the first shows sold out. Looks like an interesting play!
Friday night is our artists' reception where 24 artists will be creating their portraits of the Hat Ladies of Charleston! Come out and witness this spectacle on your way out to your fun filled Friday night!!
Saturday we will be having Diggity Doughnuts appearing around 1:00pm and will have a build your own hat station as the Battle rages on in the Art Room of the CML!!
Why on earth are they charging $100 to talk to girls about puberty????
All I can say is that it was super wild. Huge dance floor and all kinds of stuff going on. Me and my friends had a great time
I had a great time. It was an awesome, fun night, and I loved it. Last year I went to a different party and this one was 10x better. Lots of dancing, and the entertainment was great. The lines to the bar got long at times but the bartenders were great and everybody I came with had a lot of fun. Definitely enjoyed it!
This event was a real disappointment at many levels. The affair is described as a formal event that offers "more than hors d'oeuvres and premium drinks" together with great entertainment. This is a joke. The entertainment was mediocre, at best. The food was pulled pork sandwiches and wings, served in cheap styrofoam plates that reminded one of a frat party! To add insult to injury, they ran out of food early on, with many of us not being able to eat. The lines for drinks were very long and they ran out of cups. We waited close to 20 minutes to get a drink. The condition of the bathrooms was abysmal, with vomit in several stalls and an overpowering smell throughout. Security was also a concern, as several guests were so drunk they stumbled onto other guests and there was no security to control them. The stage could not been from more than 200 feet away and there was not enough room for all guests to be so close to the stage. There was a large screen on top of the stage, but instead of projecting the performances on the screen, they played some nonsensical videos. All in all this is a cheap affair that is certainly not worth $125 pp. Whoever hosts this event only has profit in mind and could care less about the customer.
Over crowded - 1/2 hour wait line for a drink and just as long of a food line. Called for formal attire and then served chicken wings and pork rinds, (Yes Pork Rinds doesn't get any cheaper than that), bbque sliders and coleslaw for $125pp! Are You Kidding Me! I would never waste my money again.
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