http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flor_de_Ca%C3… - And then there are the others.
Clarey's Liquors on 1000 Johnnie Dodds Blvd Mt Pleasant, SC 29464 offers a diverse selection of Rum including Wray & Nephew Overproof, Zaya, Pampero Aniversario, Smith & Cross and more! http://www.clareysliquors.com/our-liquors-…
I'm buying rum the next time I go to the liquor store.
Hasn't the CP heard that the skate park will NOT be located under SCDOT roadways. I applaud the risk of the developers building in this location, but really it is inevitable...Small retail is being pushed out of Upper King St, upstart bars & restaurants who cannot afford to run with the big dogs on King are pushing into the surrounding residential neighborhoods to the West(Cannonborough-Elliotborough), diminishing livability. This makes long time residents, especially families(read 'homeowners' not renters) want to move and rent their homes to the multitude of college students sporting Daddy's checkbook. Charleston ain't quaint anymore. Too bad the City doesn't value recently turned neighborhoods and the residents that changed them. Instead they pursue a more profitable tax base regardless of what residents want. Make business' happy. Make tourists happy. Ignore your own residents. Thanks Joe.
@factoryconnection it's called a typo moron! Typical, no subtance just leftist nonsense. Atleast I can be original and not deem everyone who doesn't "swallow" my agenda a troll. See I knew you were a drone I just knew it!
Wiki sums it up pretty nicely.
"In hip hop's earliest days, the music only existed in live form, and the music was spread via tapes of parties and shows.Hip Hop mixtapes first appeared in the mid-1970s in New York City, featuring artists such as Kool Herc and Afrika Bambaata. As more tapes became available, they began to be collected and traded by fans. In the mid-1980s, DJs, such as Brucie B, began recording their live music and selling their own mixtapes, which was soon followed by other DJs such as Kid Capri and Doo Wop. Ron G moved the mixtape forward in the early 1990s by blending R&B a cappellas with hip hop beats (known as "blends"). Blend tapes became increasingly popular by the mid-1990s, and fans increasingly looked for exclusive tracks and freestyles on the tapes. Also since the 1990s, it describes releases used to promote one or more new artists, or as a pre-release by more established artists to promote upcoming "official" albums. In the hip hop scene, mix tape is often displayed as a single term mixtape."
its weigh station... not weight station. hope to see yall there
Where does the school get the money to pay these fines? They aren't a for-profit organization, are they? Don't their funds come from us, the tax payers?
It's a shame they are covering the exterior in red brick rather than keeping the cool-grey look though. Downtown Charleston needs more "modern" buildings (like Cool Below) which utilize more concrete, steel and glass. Also, lost in any of these discussions about new developments is the lack of LEED certification requirements. If the City of Charleston really wants to promote sustainable living (which I am skeptical of, in spite of all the talk about local food and bike/pedestrian friendly streetscapes), then Tim Keane and the Planning Department need to require all new hotels and apartments achieve certain design standards. It's no secret that buildings are one of the largest contributors to carbon emissions, and with all the "green" options available today, why would the City accept anything less than the Gold standard? Growth is coming no matter what and the City is clearly willing to allow developers to reap big profits (while placing even larger burdens on the local infrastructure), so the least we can expect is for these projects to be well planned and forward thinking.
The area may be industrial and raw but I really value the gritty vibe because
its so different from the ubermanicured primness found on the lower
peninsula. Its nice to see the gradual and organic change. And I hope
a balance can be struck that respects the socioeconomic diversity of the
neighborhood for the future.
This is a pure sign of gentrification, and anyone who thinks or says otherwise is ignorant and or corrupt. All of these luxury develepments, the one near piggly wiggly is encroaching on the east side residences. before long all of downtown will be gentrified with hipsters. Which are like the Plague.
Try Luke n' Ollie's when out on IOP, excellent Philly Cheese Steaks! Right by the Baskin Robbins.
Whoops posted twice.
As far as I'm concerned, the school over stepped its boundaries quite harshly. What happened to me and what happened to this girl (even if she deserved some punishment) will keep happening as long as hateful people like Ms. Marshall are still in the system. Want to cure cancer? Got to cut out the tumors first. I would suggest extensive background and personality checks for every teacher and school administrator.
I wish people didn't always spell my name wrong.
I would like it if people spelled my name right once in a while.
We are only interested in annoying our favorite trolls who hate us no matter what we do.
Ok, so first CP bitches about gentrification, then a couple of weeks later glorifies it??? They support the local small farmers, then glorify a quail factory farm. Are we trying to illuminate or just stir up controversy, Stephanie? Oh wait, you hired Tara, didn't you? I forgot integrity was a lost issue here...
Yeah, Thomas, and the resultant end-quality would be proportionally the same as with home repairs - in many cases shoddy and unacceptable. The real problem with the CMS survey was the sample they used, Medicare patients, and comparing for-profits to non-profits that must also take all indigents. And to Mat- my hero, Sam Clemens said 3 kinds of liars: liars, damned liars and statisticians. Your statistic ($55 million profit) means absolutely nothing out of context of their total income. To be fair you would have set that as a percentage of income so one could make a decision as to whether or not they profited more than a fair return on receipts.
The school has the duty to "police" students' behavior toward each other because students are forced to attend by truancy laws! Even when they are "old enough to drop out," those who do or try to are subjected to a barrage of propaganda by their elders: "So you wanna be a garbageman, huh?"
Many schools (IDK in which states) have a rule that asserts their disciplinary jurisdiction over misconduct "outside of school but school-related!" Indeed, Ashley Patrick warned/ (threatened?) that '[feces] will drop' if the victim exercised her right/ duty as a good student to participate in class discussion!
The school needs to apply the rules consistently. As far as I'm concerned, the text was between two students, off campus, and had nothing to do with the school or the educational environment. However, if the texting student is to be punished in this way, then the racist African American students who made racist comments, on campus, in the face of other students, should be punished just as severely. It's all about equal application of law/rules. This just goes to show how much of a failure government schooling is. The solution, most likely to provide lasting improvement, is total separation of school and state.
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2013,
Charleston City Paper