Nooooo!!! T-Rav needs to stay home and throw some babies in the pool for entertainment.
I was going to try it, but after seeing reviews I think not, especially if the stuff is greasy
K, no need to apologize. Let's get on the same page this year. In fact, I'll even help you out. I have a hot tip that City of Charleston Finance Director Donna Emerson recently got into a spat with Stars Rooftop & Grill Room management over how many stars can actually be seen from the restaurant's rooftop.
Follow that lead my child and you'll be on your way to the top of Charleston's food & bev writing scene. You may even be the next Hanna Raskin....'s intern.
You are so right. I'd get much more out of life by following your approach of commenting on everything we publish rather than writing it.
Thanks for the help.
You and Barna have been complicit in glamorizing this manchild's behavior for years. And now we need a column about a pissing contest between irrelevant people arguing about something totally pointless? Do you ever stop to think maybe you should be doing something else with your life?
This makes me like Proof even more.
Fun fact: Craig came in second for Charleston County Sheriff last election.
Im thinking if we elect Craig Nelson as major all of Charleston could be t.rav free zones!
Great inexpensive breakfasts, always took my visiting relatives there, sitting out out in the morning sun eating tomato pie, they'll will be missed.
As John Tecklenburg begins his second year as Mayor, Dwayne Green's question, "Where do we go from here?," is a timely and fair one. In racial relations, the Mayor has the opportunity to make progress that's often been promised -- well before Tecklenburg took office -- but not delivered. The Illumination Project for better police-community relations was inaugurated under former mayor Riley's administration, but Tecklenburg can be instrumental in making this undertaking an action program that delivers results. As one part of IP, Police Chief Mullen is leading the way in the Charleston Police Department building a first-class, interactive website that really engages the community. We need much more data and other information about crime and prevention, and the website should be the place for the local citizenry to find everthing and use it to help develop solutions that make police and community true partners. If Tecklenburg can make the Illumination Project an action program that delivers results, he'll have gone a long way to answering Dwayne Green's New Year question.
This was a fabulous show from a fan from day one!
What!!!! How very shocking. A Confederate Flag Defender AND a Wife Beater. Who would of thought this? Lock his sorry ass up.
CORRECTION: It's not the old junk n jive location (that's next door to Oak barrel). It's the old Andilinis "corporate headquarters" and most recently warehouse for Charleston's ahoe Company.
This may be the most self-unaware white persony thing I've ever read - and I've been reading City Paper for many years.
Way to really condemn this asshole, Cid. Domestic violence is not partisan. But only one political party consistently makes an effort to be hypocritical in telling other people how to live their lives while engaging in the behaviors they publicly claim to abhor.
Philip must have been served some sour grapes the last time he went to a rich white investor-owned restaurant.
Looking for local at Citadel Mall!
Nominate Mark Luckie as Best Chiropractor
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