Developer's Greed will kill Charleston sooner than the rising waters from climate change.
He is a genius...
We've tried now to go on 2 different Sundays around 7 (after church at Blessed Sacrament next door). One Sunday the sign on the door said they were out of food and would reopen the next day. Yesterday (3/26) they were closed again with a sign on the door saying they would reopen Monday. Not in any hurry to try going back :(
Sadly the schools we attended and the behavior of the kids in the schools has greatly deteriorated since we were there Mr. Green.
Today, school administrators stand to be sued if they don't take action if one student bullies another. Of course, this isn't an issue with parents who actually parent their children and not make excuses for their kid's actions.
Trial lawyers have made a fortune by suing school districts for either enforcing the rules or not enforcing the rules.
James Islanders are tough on restaurants that don't know what they are and jack up the prices on their food like generic King Street burger joints for the touristas. Prime example was the recent closure of Stereo 8, a place with lots of promise but lack focus, so-so food and over priced offerings. It last less than a year.
Hen and Goat take notice
Will he be signing with the Philadelphia Eagles at the completion of his sentence?
I guess Mr. Woods doesn't even bother to read his own hometown paper regarding this environmental disaster:
"Clean-up crews are racing to clear acres of debris at the largest Dakota Access protest camp before the spring thaw turns the snowy, trash-covered plains into an environmental disaster area. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Friday that the camp, located on federal land, would be closed Feb. 22 in order to prevent injuries and significant environmental damage in the likely event of flooding in this area at the mouth of the Cannonball River in North Dakota.
Without proper remediation, debris, trash, and untreated waste will wash into the Cannonball River and Lake Oahe, the Corps said in its statement.Those involved in the clean-up effort, led by the Standing Rock Sioux, say it could take weeks for private sanitation companies and volunteers to clear the expanse of abandoned tents, teepees, sleeping bags, blankets, canned food, supplies and just plain garbage littering the Oceti Sakowin camp.
Its unfortunate. Again, that just goes against what theyre fighting against, is leaving that stuff and abandoning it and obviously the environment the river, Scott Davis, North Dakota Commissioner for Indian Affairs, told KFYR-TV in Bismarck."
Best fish and chip I've had. I lived in Scotland for 2.5 years and have been all over the UK. Adam knows what he's doing and takes pride in his food. Can't wait to try the pies! Highly recommend and a must visit for anyone to Charleston!
Hollywood, a true legend in the community who deserves recognition for the time and love and dedication that he's put into the lives of young men and women of the community. I've never seen a man more dedicated to his craft of pouring his knowledge into others.He was truly a blessing to me,my friends,and my kids.love you Al Meggett.(Steven Archie) please support the Charleston Boxing Club.
Texas retained it's right to sovereignty, which is why it is the only state flag that can be flown at the same height as the US flag.
And the Corwin Amendment was passed by the 36th Congress and ratified by 6 states, not enough to make it law. However, it STILL sits on the books and can be ratified if states choose. Case in point, MD just rescinded it's ratification in 2014. Texas also reconsidered ratification in 1963.
So...Congress needs to remove it from ever possibly being ratified. Think about that.
Thank you for trying to educate and inform people with some facts and truth and while it is true that SC cited the failure of the federal government to enforce the fugitive slave act in its secession document, North Carolina, Virginia and the Cherokee nation did not. The causes of secession and the war are numerous and complex and not as simple as people are told to believe they are and that the ludicrous and ignorant comparisons to the Confederacy and the Nazis and the swastika to the battle Flag are little more than thinly veiled efforts to make anyone tht feels pride, honour or in fact anything positive about the Confederacy automatically as a Nazi, racist and something to be ashamed off.
Ron liberate, some of us do.
Bravo, Jack Hunter! Hip Hip Hurray for the TRUTH!
Would be nice if we took violence against women as seriously as we do violence against dogs.
And we can tell who knows their history and who doesn't. Wonderful article!
Why is it to run concurrently with his weapons & drug charges? Essentially, he received no sentence for animal abuse. I assume the judge could have had the abuse charge be served consecutively? If so, total BS!
I can't comment on any factory connection, so please stop asking even though it's on the list of prepared questions I gave you.
Long ove rdue great music excellent programing best DJ's
I can relate to both sides my degree is in Hospitality Management and worked in the industry for many years. I have also chaired many charity events. I wouldn't dream of asking any business for a donation unless I was a regular customer. That goes for restaurants and retail alike. I also encouraged my fellow committee members to Do the same. While I can appreciate some of what this woman from the PR firm has to say, a lot of it is crap. First of all a donation of a gift certificate can be beneficial to a restaurant in several ways. First it can introduce the restaurant to customers that may not be familiar with the restaurant. Second a restaurant writes a gift certificate for $100, hard cost to the restaurant is no more than $35, yet they can write off the full amount as a donation. Let's not forget the small business Anthem. Patronize small local restaurants instead of chains because the owners live and work in the community. Money made here stays here. I'm guessing as a PR firm you have sung this song more than once. Well that's how people get the idea to ask a business to give back to the community.
Good points all.
But I do have a suggestion for chefs, restaurants, and other small businesses: don't just wait around for the next freebie request. Have a philanthropy strategy. Know what you want to support and why, then stick to it. Be sure it aligns with your business plan (you have a plan, right?), then create a budget (how much you'd be willing to donate in any one year), then implement the plan. NOW you have a construct for what you will, AND what you won't support, and by how much and how often. This way the next time you have to say, "Sorry, can't do it," it's not because you're just burned out by requests. It's because you ARE doing your part in the community, without putting yourself out of business. Just a thought.
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