Theatre 99 has shows every weekend! Good times! www.theatre99.com
Saw Little Shop last weekend! It was great....
This is the worst organized festival in my life will NEVER go again! First the traffic going into Boone Hall was moving at a snail's pace or slower, cops didn't given a damn. People cutting into traffic left and right. After an hour sitting in traffic on Long Point Rd, it took another half an hour to get thru the boone hall entrance. Second you have to park in a grass field fill with horse feces stuck to your shoes and tires. Once inside all the food stands had no organiziation, you couldn't tell where the lines started people were cutting and cursing left and right. The worst is when we got to the oyster line (if you can call it a line) it was like over a thousand people squeeze together no organization at all. It was like everybody was begging for free food! There was no exit you had to fight your way back thru the crowd carrying your bucket of oyster (if your were lucky to get one). We never got our bucket of oyster after waiting over an hour in the mosh pit. We got to the front of serving tables but once we were there the girl up front said " we are all out of oysters on our side you need to move over to your left side to get your oyster. How the hell do you shift over 1000 people to your left when everybody has been moving forward for over an hour. Why couldn't the staff move their lazy butts and bring buckets of oysters over to all the people been waiting over an hour! So we were like efff this, there is no way we are getting oysters. So we left the line after over an hour waiting. We ended up eating nasty burgers and cupcakes because the other vendors ran out of food! We paid $30 to get in got $40 in food tickets! Thats $70 to wait hours in traffic, stepping on horse poop, waiting over in hour in a mosh pit for oysters and never getting any, and eating burgers, cupcakes, and drinking $2 mountain dew from a can that only cost 25 cents! I would have been 1000 times happier if I just went to Captain D's yesterday!
it was the first guy before Rod Roddy.
You should enlist a college aged reporter for the likes of these events, get us that good ol' fashioned dirty dawg reportin'
@DontHateTheKate thanks for the inclusion! xx Serena @HerArmsAkimbo Can't wait for @ChasFashWeek
This review affirmed my decision to stay in this weekend and watch reruns of Antique Road Show. Jeesh....
Really? I was just at Gaslight Art and Wine in November. That's a bummer.
Bocci's wine tasting is on on Wednesday January 23rd not Tuesday the 15TH
Gaslight Art and Wine closed awhile ago
It was Rod Roddy that said "Come on Down." Not Bob Barker. -lifetime fan of Price is Right :)
there was definitely no oyster roast at morgan creek grill. i found out the hard way...
This is my second year at the Snyder Grand Ball and there were some great improvements over last year. I didn't think there were as many people this year as last. Two, the food was so much better than last year. Never had a problem getting a drink of any kind, no lines. The areas with dancing got crowed just like last year, but I spend most my time outside with the smokers. Less noise. I like this event because I can walk to it from my condo and not worry about getting a cab. If you go next year, reserve your cab long before the New Year ball drops.
The pick of the guy checking for shrinkage is awesome.
We had four great years of First Night Charleston that I was involved with. I'm glad the city has continued some events for families around Marion Square. At least when it really mattered, we had a Melinnium Celebration to be proud of. The Melinnium thus far, hasn't quite lived up to the promise of that night, however we continue to hope.
OK, people, let's hear it: who is going to which of the 647 NYE parties in this town?
I never see people eating supper there, though.
SUEDE SUPPER CLUB in Mt Pleasant!
$90 for 4 artists, open kitchen AND bar all night. Also giving away an adult Disney vacation package + swag bags. Balloon drop with FREE champagne toast! Don't miss it!
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