Melanie is one of the best teachers ever ...
Hear, hear! Michael really is one of the best little known chefs in town, and that's saying something with the competition in Charleston. His food certainly reflects his talent and the considerable time, care, and pride he puts into it.
Every brewery in the area welcomes tasters and beer lovers.
"Since Mat usually finds and executes justice on wingnut CP commenters ."
And if need be, I or others execute justice on Matt's far left wingnut shit.
HC doesn't require a pedigree check before allowing you to try their beer.
Locals have forgotten about Coast.
How did Clarkie and/or Larry not win? It's rigged I say!
No doubt about it!!!!
O. I misread the title. Thought this was about Dirty Laundry
Congrats, matastrophe. I'm gunning for your crown next year. Let me get the ball rolling:
All pregnant women should have mandatory abortions. Guns are for pussies who can't handle their beefs like real men. I want to get gay married to Larry Carter Center.
Game on, bitch.
That's our Pete! Love having them as our Farmer's! Even though I have a small garden, I don't rely on my farming.
I've seen Mike Daisey perform his monologues many times. In his performances he never identifies himself as Mike Daisey. He is an actor playing a role written by a playwright, which in his case happens to be himself. When he performed "The Agony and the Ecstasy..." in New York there was a note in the program that clearly stated that although the events of the play are true, the identities of the people involved are sometimes changed for dramatic clarity. So he created a monologue where the narrator witnesses things Mike Daisey saw himself and things that Mike Daisey learned of from other sources. Please explain how any of this adds up to lying.
Here's the behind the scenes youtube video in reference
get the song here
Thanks for the shoutout Erica regarding our move but I feel I need to correct some inaccuracies in your comments. The Village Repertory Co is a professional theatre arts organization not a community theater. That might not seem like a big deal to you but for the last ten of our twelve seasons we have dedicated a large slice of our yearly budget to paying our directors, our designers, our crew and our actors. This is no small feat in this economy and in this city.
Also your comments about our renovations happening in a matter of months with very little funding is misleading. We have spent the last 2 years working on this move from our founding home in Mt Pleasant to the former Meddin Bros meat packing warehouse on Woolfe Street. With the help of the Donnelley Foundation we commissioned a feasibility study in the fall of 2010 to help us examine and determine the best steps towards expanding our organization. The results of that study were released in early 2011 and we began a search for a new home at that time. In the last 18 months we have raised over $325,000.00 of the $500,000.00 needed to complete the first phase of renovations. We hired Billy Huey's firm and Chastain Construction, together we worked for A YEAR on the design phase, permitting, BAR approval and the construction. We removed a second floor and installed all new steel beams, sprinkler systems,new heating and air, new floors, new restrooms, new office, a lobby and the mainstage theater. While we planned to move into the new Woolfe Street Playhouse in mid October, permitting and construction delays pushed us back to mid December. Our entire season will be presented with the first production, Love, Loss and What I Wore, moved from it's original October slot to early May. We are thrilled to be presenting the regional premiere of The Whipping Man playing now through March 16th. We would love to have you come by and see the Playhouse and invite you and all the City Paper readers to see The Whipping Man during it's run.
Tickets can be purchased at woolfestreetplayhouse.com.
The Village Rep in residence
The Woolfe Street Playhouse
I think Rachel Kate stands on her own with out having to be under the Cary Ann Shadow. How about best female singer actually in Charleston?
Thanks for spreading the word. Soundwave is a great comic shop with an unbelievable group of customers. They really become like family. I've been so fortunate to meet such a great group of people.
Ladies over 18 years old can come skate Derby Style with the Lowcountry Highrollers Recreational League on Sunday's at noon! Find the LCHR Rec League on FB! www.facebook.com/lchr.rec
Thanks for recognizing a great shop. I understand advertising is everything in business but I can seriouslly tell you that there's no better comic shop than Soundwave.
There's comic/action figure/artwork auctions. Themed costumed events. Parties. Game Nights. And a host of other regularly scheduled events.
Soundwave is truly a Community Hang Out. We're a family and it's the only one of its kind in ALL of the Lowcountry. You won't get cake, food/beverages and costume contest on a random Saturday night at other comic shops. You won't see othe comic shops sponsoring a charitable Star Trek movie theater event. Other comic shops don't offer the level of customer service and appreciation that Soundwave provides.
Soundwave is a safe haven for comic/movie/music nerds of all stripes here in the Lowcountry. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!!!
Congratulations to my talented Creative Writing students at the Academic Magnet High School for winning best locally produced video for their Six-Word Memoir film! Watch the film at:
http://instagram.com/lbyrdd #lavaluv to our boy, LARRY! (Lava Salon is now located at 811-B Savannah Highway! Right next to Avondale Wine & Cheese...)
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