Let's see: Crosby's Florence performance was cancelled because of this guy's innuendos as well as a bunch of unproven, decades old allegations from questionable sources, but this putz still gets to play Charleston. Where's the fairness in that? Mr. Buress should be glad we can't bring rotten eggs and tomatoes with us.....
I spent time with John Carroll Doyle when he was the Wildlife Expo featured artist. What a warm person and a fine man. Icky to see Marty Adams catching a free ride on the legacy of someone who forgave her self-entitled snobbery over and over.
I don't like the feminine color
Way better than the Arizona desert sunset on the current tags.
I really like it.
perhaps more appropriate: "While I breathe, my knee jerks"
i don't care for the multiple fonts, but the palmetto tree image is superb. tons better than that hideous plate the citizens selected and is used now.
This wall was painted today. Anyone find the actual artist?
My favorite is the tiny dragonfly on the wall near Society and Meeting. It's been there awhile, and might be a different artist, but is cool nonetheless.
Good! Do more. Cover up that bare ugly cement. I specialized in local latrinalia as well as large pieces on trains (East Bay) in my youth, I like to see the high low brow art form continue.
Thanks for your honest critique! We are all seek to be better performers and honest feedback is key! Thanks for coming out.
Jay DeVon Johnson
So pleased to read this affirming endorsement of the Woolfe Street Playhouse by this newspaper. This company has produced consistently outstanding productions for nearly a decade and a half. Additionally, having attended most of their first rate productions, I find it heartening that The College of Charleston is beginning to make a connection with this important cultural resource. Students at the college SHOULD BE urged to attend these performances. Indeed, Last spring the Woolfe Street Players produced an extraordinary run of Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia." Seated next to us were two undergraduates from the College of Charleston. During the intermission, we engaged these two young men regarding their assessment of the play. One commented, " Everyone in the humanities department should be required to see this play." His friend remarked, "science department too."
I saw this last weekend. Great show! As fine a performance as any I've seen on broadway. Not for kids because of some language and adult humor, but then it IS from Mel Brooks. I highly recommend it!
"Maybe so brewengineer, but while you are sitting around drinking beer waiting on your government check to come in the mail, I am out here making money getting richer everyday...sorry to say you will never be in the "miserable" 1% at the top. Go buy a wakeboard and enjoy your small lifestyle."
Obviously you don't get the engineer side of my user name. I assure you, I have never received a government check. As for getting richer, engineers sure don't work for free. Hating on pro wakeboarders for having fun doing their sport (while making money) is just lame, and I have to assume you have a miserable life as you project your unhappiness onto other people.
"Los Super Saturn, you sure are a miserable son of a bitch."
Maybe so brewengineer, but while you are sitting around drinking beer waiting on your government check to come in the mail, I am out here making money getting richer everyday...sorry to say you will never be in the "miserable" 1% at the top. Go buy a wakeboard and enjoy your small lifestyle.
"...said the guy watching their video online at 3pm on a Thursday afternoon in the finished room over his mom's garage."
Los Super Saturn, you sure are a miserable son of a bitch.
"characters living on their couch, rolling joints, and watching Big Bang Theory reruns everyday" that should be "working a job somewhere"
...said the guy watching their video online at 3pm on a Thursday afternoon in the finished room over his mom's garage.
But there are a lot more of them who have figured out how to make a living out of their passion.
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