Geoff has Devin on staff, who is an artist, along with being a superb cosmetologist. She needs to paint for you.
Some folks just don't know how to act.
Oh, for pete's sake: You're ALL winners, thespians of Charleston! Each and every special one of you.
Legitimate question by @ansempaul, I think. Please respond.
C'mon, Stephanie, enough people want to know. Who are the runner ups? You mentioned you saw the numbers...
How do you know my voice warbles?
Charleston Thespians - We Know Drama
Drunken singing may be fun, but drunken people usually are not. Not at all.
Bill Murray will never lose this award.
We're dealing in facts here.
FYI — We haven't run the Straight Dope column in years.
How about "Best of Charleston not voted by CP demographic?"
I think the results would be quite different and actually representative of reality.
Bill Murray is a HOLLYWOOD actor...he is NOT a local actor... to my knowledge, he has been in NO LOCAL plays, right??
I've been here only 2 yrs but in this time period, have seen a great many Charleston actors in productions here...so very good!
PLEASE salute your LOCAL actors for their work and dedication!
I like where the CCP is going, and appreciate that it helps facilitate freedom of speech which appears at time to frowned upon by television, and the Post and Courier, which is essentially an outlet for AP. We all know AP, a news wire service out of New York, which promotes its own quasi religious precepts and endeavors to keep the masses under control.
Yes, I'd also like to know the answer to ansempaul's question. It is immature to belittle the issue, when it's true that local artists work spend hundreds of low paid or unpaid hours every year creating the local arts. I'd genuinely like to recognize and congratulate them for their good work. Also, I'd like the opportunity use the CHARLESTON CITY paper awards as they probably were intended: as a place to find cool things to do in OUR CITY. Oh, nevermind, Stephanie, we don't need another glib answer from anyone; we'll just figure it out on our own and read "The Straight Dope" columns instead of your articles. Those are locally written, right?
Corned Beef made on premises, heated, is THE best within 500+ mi .. Blended with Pastrami the Fat Boy Sandwich is difficult to stop ordering time and again. Italian Omelette any time of day -- but especially toasted as a wedge is just what any hungry person wants at breakfast. Homemade fresh lemonade flavors including peach, raspberry & blackberry are superb. The hot Reuben sandwich is another easy addiction -- but can't deny the special hot 'n spicy "Jerk" is very unusual & is great at home with an ice cold Bud -- but make mine a Bass Ale .. The leader of this well-run deli, Shannon Campbell, is an amiable guy who really aims to please .. It's very obvious the staff he's put together have the same positive attitude. Everything is sooo very fresh, which if you come in at 6am sharp you'd know for sure because the boss is demonstrating his magical productivity at prepping a lot of those creamy deli salads. What's truly amazing also are the homemade quiche pies they make,
often reflecting 3-4 different daily flavors. Homemade Soups are frequently made & some are amazing like the Carrot-Ginger Bisque, Broccoli-Cheddar, New England Clam Chowder, & Potato-Leek. Reportedly they offer cold Gazpacho & selected cold Fruit Soup in the warm months. Where they sourced their half sour pickles is a well kept secret, but they are THE BEST way beyond 500+ miles ! If you try, you'll be hooked as is the loyal following which crowds this place EVERY DAY .. Smart is to call in your order then pickup at/before 11:30a .. When a patron sees then bites into a Mozzo sandwich, that "central plump" + fresh flavor is very addictive. Yum !
Those minivans they use aren't too green
Carolyn Murray is also the most jacked news anchor. Look at those shoulders!
Great article! We always use quickfoxes all the time and they are clearly the best in town. Lately we have been eating from Wild wings!
Charleston just isn't a BBQ town
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