Thanks Kinsey..! Are you a restaurant/food writer for The City Paper..?
Thanks Adam. We'll add you to the list.
I am the owner of The CODfather, Proper British Fish & Chip shop, opening at the shipyard, Noisette complex in North Charleston.
Been building and planning for nearly two years now, self funded, self constructed.
Be open around June 1st..!
Thanks, Laurin. I saw that too. I'll add it.
The former J Paul'z on James Island now has signage that says "CURE." Don't know any more than that.
20 of the 27 listed are downtown. Ride that wave into the sand.
Is it too much to ask for a simple takeout sushi place that offers chirashi at a price like this: http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/masas-sushi…
There are federal laws and enforcement mechanisms in place for workplace safety, child labor, minimum wage, etc. Unions helped put those in place.
However, now that they are in place, unions are irrelevant parasites.
"The unions of the past served a purpose to get proper safety rules regulated by law, that purpose is over."
Disagree. Unions still serve a purpose for collective bargaining of benefits we should all enjoy in a 21st century society (maternity leave, sick leave, etc.)--most of which are not guaranteed in this state.
SC is near the bottom of the barrel in worker's rights, and will continue to be this backwards with this open hostility toward unions.
#4 Whitney.....LA needs y'all to come back there ASAP.
#5 Oh yes.... with a side of the ole tomato pudding please.
#8 Oh no.....Sorry but just say no to smarminess and mail order steaks. Keep the dog.
#14 Suggest City Paper try to get a group discount at a gym cause y'all going to need it. I love home team brisket.
#15 I will royally whine about prices but you can bet your ass I'll be a regular when in town.
#20 Where the City Paper staffers will have to eat after packing it on at Home team.
How could I forget! Thanks, ETimonnsP.
Fortunately in this state the workers have the right to either join a union or not join a union, in this case they chose not to. It is unfortunate that a couple of union reps were greeted at the door with someone holding a gun but maybe they should not have been so aggressive in campaigning. There have been horror stories about people going to employees houses repeatedly even after being told they were not wanted. And anyone who thinks that major operation like Boeing condones unsafe working conditions is believing in a union inspired fantasy. The unions of the past served a purpose to get proper safety rules regulated by law, that purpose is over.
John Lewis's spot makes 22!
As someone who has known Phillip personally for many years, I can say that publicity is the last thing he was looking for. It's almost impossible to believe but there are some people on this planet who are not solely motivated by their own greed and advancement.
I couldn't disagree more with this review. The script is smart, funny and accessible. Ms. Graci's immaculately choreographed transitions from scene to scene were a joy to watch. The performances were spectacular, especially Ms. Haring's tour-de-force turn as Marie Antoinette. Although he rightly praised the gorgeous, inventive costumes, the reviewer missed the finer points of the scenic design and completely ignored the stellar lighting and sound designs, both of which were among the best I've seen at Pure. Scenically, the design takes inspiration from Philippe Starck's Louis Ghost Chairs, crafting everything from tables to archery bows in clear acrylic. Like the script, it presents historical details in a modern aesthetic, while metaphorically nodding to the fact that Marie is without privacy and perpetually on display. The sound design also plays with the anachronistic aesthetic, setting the action against French covers of pop music that infuse the show with a sense of playfulness and rebellion. The lighting design continues the theme with clear acrylic footlights adorned with fleurs-de-lis, using them to ominous effect in a design that evokes time, mood and place effortlessly in the confines of a black box space that is extremely difficult to work in. This show is smart – really, really smart – and an absolute joy to watch.
"I don't think anyone at the City Paper would use the n word."
"But I am pretty sure they use the Uncle Tom word and other racially derogatory terms for a black that doesn't agree with their agenda when Tim Scott's name comes up."
You would have to add corporate whore to the list to make it accurate because if there is one thing for sure Uncle Tim is a corporate whore.
I hopped in my XC-90 and drove straight here. Best event in Hilton Head in my opinion.
I hope tech will be ready 24/7..and what a way to take a break from work...my camera is acting up...this technology age is getting on my nerves...why can't we all just be real people instead of having a big brother to watch over us 24/7...are we that stupid...wait..maybe we are...especially since we consent to this. Whoever runs for Mayor next time, might want to run on the platform, no more cameras..or something even better..the world is your oyster
Well, if workers don't want protection of a union, like to protect them in case of unsafe working conditions, etc., it is their choice. They just believe the propaganda that unions are somehow socialist, so they hate them.
I wish they did serve some czech food as I would be all over that. We need a good czech, hungarian or even a ukrainian restaurant here. It would be nice to have a change once in a while.
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