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Comment Archives: Locations: General

Re: “Boone Hall Farms

I was there and loved the performace. It was VERY hot though! - JA

Posted by thissucks on July 29, 2010 at 8:24 AM

Re: “Boone Hall Plantation

Mount Pleasant should have stayed the sleepy little village it started as. The people that moved here are responsible for the things mentioned in the above reviews. Boone Hall probably can not pay their bills because everyone is so stinking cheap around here, they probably go the market, get ideas for recipes, then go to Wal-Mart to shop. How about supporting the local market instead of bashing it, then maybe they will be able to pay their bills.

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Posted by lilg on July 22, 2010 at 1:06 PM

Re: “Seeking Indigo

The atmosphere is otherworldly which accentuates the therapeutic experience. I had an amazing foot bath which cleaned out many toxins in my body. I also enjoyed the "sampler" night which is more social than the private experience though it allowed me to see many other facets of what this great place will do for my body and soul.

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Posted by Geordie Buxton on July 12, 2010 at 10:36 PM

Re: “Seeking Indigo

i just stepped into seeking indigo the other day and i have been counting the moments until i can get back inside those walls. i have been looking for place just like this in the charleston area for some time now. $20 miguns! you can't get that anywhere. i immediately felt my worries lift. i spoke to very intelligent people willing and wanting to help me with any problem i have. my lower back with always be appreciative but my mind and my soul, now that it understands peace, will always seek it.

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Posted by humanbeing on July 12, 2010 at 5:52 PM

Re: “H&L Asian Market

I love H&L and shop there all the time. And the variety...how much more could any one person want? That store is loaded. I walk the aisles everytime I am there. Amazing. I always go in the daylight though and do know that they are open until 8pm in the evenings. Never have seen any sign of a problem.

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Posted by vacationmomma on July 12, 2010 at 1:09 PM

Re: “H&L Asian Market

I got mugged outside of the store. it's in a terrible part of town-- right nextdoor to the community thrift stores where homeless people hang around all day. i was disappointed in the selection at h&l but was impressed with the fact that it was so clean for an asian market. i don't know about you but the cleanliness was not enough to get me back to the store though because what i care about is 1) safety and 2) variety. both of which were lacking for h&l

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Posted by packersfan7278 on July 12, 2010 at 3:57 AM

Re: “Serenity Now Yoga

Yoga is supposed to be the art of breathing and letting go among other things. Coming here is so uncomfortable, I have a hard time breathing, let alone "letting go". Some, but not all of the Yoga instructors are rude and inconsiderate to the customers. Yoga is supposed to be so much more, and this studio "takes" instead of "gives". I would not recommend this Yoga studio to anyone even if they lived right next door.

Posted by turiya on July 2, 2010 at 11:09 PM

Re: “Sugar Bakeshop

I refuse to buy cookies, tarts, or cupcakes anywhere else in Charleston because they just won't stack up to Sugar.

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Posted by Dame Right on July 1, 2010 at 4:42 PM

Re: “Hampton Park

I'm really looking forward to the bed race! One of my sons is in charge of building the bed for the company he works for! Should be a great day of fun!

Posted by SueB on June 26, 2010 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Brittlebank Park

This festival by far was the worst event I have ever attended. As a native New Yorker I have experienced a variety of cultural festivals and one should never try to adulterate a cultural event/experience. They only had one vendor selling Caribbean food, which was horrible. The rest were selling food you can find at a backyard BBQ? The parade consisted of maybe 7-10 people and only one person with a full carnival contest, the other person who was not of Caribbean descent had a partial custom on? This was a real disappointment and a shame that this event was supposed to represent a carnival/festival. They needed to better organize this event and advertise accordingly. The advertisement was truly deceiving and did not follow through with its promise. Beware of the events advertised in this city, it is never what they say it is or what you imagine it to be!

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Posted by editanyc on June 19, 2010 at 9:12 PM

Re: “Lance Hall

Super

Posted by singerly on June 9, 2010 at 1:47 PM

Re: “Riverfront Park

Beautiful place to relax...

Posted by carrie on May 16, 2010 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Exchange Park Fairgrounds

Unfortunately, I was NOT at the Live X show. However, I was forced to listen to every note in Tall Pines! I hope the promoters can consider the fact that music from the concert was clearly heard as far as Crowfield, 2+ miles from the event. Next year PLEASE, could you reorient the speakers or keep the volume down?

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Posted by D Ray on May 2, 2010 at 5:25 PM

Re: “Barnes & Noble

I loved the book, which was full of insights about my daughter and myself and our relationship and growth. As well as reminders of our own traveling adventures. Best of all, the book Traveling with Pomegranates is so vivid in the sites of Greece, I feel I have been there.

I want to sign up my daughter and I to go on one of your traveling quests!

Denise Varboncoeur
Fort Myers FL

Posted by varbonde on April 17, 2010 at 1:59 PM

Re: “H&L Asian Market

I hate to say it but H & L blows away Quyen for authentic Vietnamese. The pho broths are similar but when you compare the freshness and quantity of the herb condiments there is no comparison. And they are fast!

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Posted by Jasonian on April 12, 2010 at 10:39 PM

Re: “52.5 Records

52.5 is vital to the Charleston/King St. shopping experience, as it is one of a handful of businesses preventing the district from turning into an outdoor mall.

Posted by mamajen on April 9, 2010 at 12:00 PM

Re: “52.5 Records

52.5 fills the gap left by all the big stores, i.e. more obscure music for true music nerds, of which I am one. It is not designed to fulfill the needs of people seeking their Top 40 fill. It is where I found Tom Waits on vinyl and a collection of Mark Ryden prints. It is where I can see cool artwork and buy used CDs and vinyl, plus the latest cool and more difficult to find indie stuff. Whenever I actually have money, that's my first stop!

Posted by Sandra on April 9, 2010 at 10:37 AM

Re: “52.5 Records

One of the finest gems on upper King.

Posted by a long lost charlestonian/cofc grad on April 8, 2010 at 2:59 PM

Re: “52.5 Records

I disagree with the above review. 52.5 is a great, funky, local place to poke around in and see what you can come up with. i have found some great obscure records in the 25cents bin and some fun nostalgic bday presents for friends. Its not a place to find everything that you are looking for, but something you never thought to find.

Posted by Q on April 8, 2010 at 1:08 PM

Re: “52.5 Records

SUCKY LITTLE OVERPRICED PLACE NEVER HAVE ANYTHING I EVER WENT THERE FOR I AM SURPRISED IT IS STILL THERE.

Posted by FUNKYFISH on April 8, 2010 at 11:18 AM
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