Galactic, a staple of New Orleans' funk + up-and-coming ORGONE's smooth soul-ridden funkadelic styling is gonna make for a delicious night :)
This sounds awesome... I can not wait... The prize for best costume is a years worth if fee food from Kickin Chicken... other prizes are guest bartending spots on king and a VIP party at King Street Grill for up to 50 people with food and beers! Def worth the $12!
Another incredible show by a true master of the Stratocaster.... one of the greatest guitarists touring today... what a treat!
I might go. Circle Circle Dot Dot, Sarge made my booty rot.
Here are more details:
Saturday January 29, 2011 12:45 - 2:45
In this workshop, we will expand our hearts through a playful exploration of back bends: curling forward, backward, and upside-down through Anusara's currents of grace!
Saturday January 29, 2011 3:30 - 5:30
Transform your hips in ways you never imagined through a deep hip opening extravaganza!
Sunday January 30, 2011 12:30 - 3:30
Through the story of the Ananda Tandava, Shiva's Dance of Bliss, we will explore the most essential philosophical themes in Anusara's Tantric Tradition - from the concept of Shri, or auspiciousness, to our embrace of Svatantrya, embodied freedom. We will celebrate the Ananda Tandava through an exuberant practice focused on standing poses and inversions, embracing the stability of our inner bodies while expanding freely into the space around us.
All workshops are open to all levels. Join us for one, two or all three!
Advance registration: $30 for either Saturday workshop and $45 for Sunday
Day of registration: additional $5 charge for either Saturday workshop or $10 for Sunday ($35 for either Saturday workshop or $50 for Sunday: All 3 $120)
You gotta check this out. Dlugasch rocks hard.
There is actually one change to the schedule. BLACK is not quite out of post-production yet, so we are playing a different short in its spot:
LAST CONFESSION by David Walton Smith and John Barnhardt
A young Catholic priest goes through the motions of his last day in the priesthood. His mentor, an older priest, is all that stands between him and his Last Confession.
The location will be underneath the overpass next to the Recovery Room on King st. It is between line st and carolina st. There is free parking and a loading zone for those with donations. Please do not hesitate to call if there are any questions. Hope to see ya'll there!
DMFH ROCKS THE ART'S BAR!!!!
i found the bar staff to be friendly and quick. the food was way better than i could imagine bar food to be. also the new specials an happy hour no one can touch it. very clean too. $2.00 bourbons $2.00 fireball $4.00 JAGERS AND GRANDMAS $2.00 flavored vodkas oh my god and 30 cent wings not to mention all the football packages for college and nfl all games oh yeah. 10 flat screen tvs live music this place has it all!!!
Absolutely BRILLIANT... 'Hope to see more out of these gifted musicians in the near future! - M. Alcorn
All good...a very lively presentation and all actors
are seamless and superb. Highly recommend seeing this
play before the run ends. An impeccable script and
Irish storytelling at its finest...kudos to the director
and set makers...it makes one absorb the intimacy of a
warm, remote pub at a far outpost on a windy, cold day.
Footlight wins yet again...
dinner was fantastic and the wine pairings were done with thoughtful design. We really enjoyed the entire evening and it was our first time to the old post house.
Lots of fun! There are a lot of rides, including a large farris wheel. All kinds of food. My favorite place is the Goose Creek Lions Club Food Booth. It's good food, decent prices, and the profits go back into the community. I also like to hit the agricultural area for local honey and to pet the animals. Plus there is some great people watching to be had. :)
Truly the best cookie you've ever had. The owner, Ashley Swider, has created a new flavor for Halloween - the Pumpkin Cream Cheese and Halloween Sugar Cookie. It's ridiculous. My other favorite is the Abundant Bite - Rich Dark Chocolate with GoJi Berries and Milk Chocolate Chunks.
The was one of the best shows Charleston put on for the up and comming entertainers.
This event will surely flip your dome!
this show kicked ass! the blues didn't start until 10, but kicked solid nonstop (read:no breaks) juke joint boogie ass until the bar had to run people out at 2 am. If you walked around the strip at Folly, it was obvious where the party was.
ITS TIME TO END CANNABIS PROHIBITION. FREE MARC EMERY FREE YOURSELF MEDICATE RESPONSIBLY!!!
You have GOT to see these cute kids ROCK OUT! They are awesome.
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