What a nice article. I love learning history of my adopted state.
Missing on this list is JI PIzza. Our favorite handsdown. Try the Islander with Love and tell me you don't agree.
That's a stretch. I'm not for the bike lane at all, however...
The quoted section on the rules of order refer specifically to attendees of the meeting, in person, in the room. They do not in any way imply that the meeting cannot be attended via telephone. If they deem that the phone was an issue, then it's not Williams' vote that is at issue, it is the rest of the voters for violating the rules or order.
Ah, now Paul is one of the emperors who are actually wearing clothes!
Mark, We wrote all about the origin of fried fish sandwiches here http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charles…
This is perfect Margaret. So appreciate this.
If you do your homework Charleston was known for Fried Whiting Sandwiches served in lunch counter all over town
The Warhol of his time. High-praise indeed
Oh by the way I'm basically offering a $1,000 dollar visa gift card raffle to anyone who even glances at my landing page (http://one-life-studio.launchrock.com) plus I'm donating to 2 hospitals
Good day to you! Learning to be generous with others even as I strive for my own happiness
random thought - if you leave a 6 for the kitchen and some underage staff members drink it are you liable? And if I buy the kitchen a beer, why should the House make a profit?
No Royal American??? What is this a list for ants
You're missing SO MANY VENUES! But I'm glad this article is a thing.
Acme Lowcountry Kitchen has been offering a 6 pack for the kitchen on its menu for a long while now
kitchen love...don't get lost in the details...is a concept WAY overdue.
That's very nice. But is it really that customers aren't invited to give honest cash to the cooks? If a 6-pack of beer is a legal gift, wouldn't a small pile of Lincolns be OK?
I'm all in favor of getting away from the front-of-house tipping system. I know servers think they work hard, but for my 20%, most of them are living the life of Riley. I'd rather see them working at a straight hourly rate, with the good ones getting a higher wage. Knowing that a waiter makes $35K is disheartening when cooks get minimum wage.
So they squall. "We have to get a bunch of money when we're on the floor because we only work 6 hours." Well, the paradigm can shift. Staff could work 8 hours apiece at a rational wage - best-qualified/paid people can serve up front and prep salads when traffic is slow.
Just stumbled across Alison's last column and your response while checking my email and as a retired teacher was touched by both.
You have truly honored Alison by your writing. There is no greater joy for a teacher than to have had a positive impact on your students. Alison obviously had a positive impact on you and you no doubt are having a positive impact on others. Well done -- and may you continue to do so in the years to come!
Alison, your academic and personal impact will last such a long time in so many ways and places. But nothing will replace your energetic can-do attitude or your "full frontal" feminist presence. I will miss you.
Awful awful awful. So tragic. And yet this post has 100 likes?
You wrote what I've been thinking. How she will be missed, and how she changed me.
Exactly, Ima. Music venues in bars are businesses that sell drinks and sometimes have cover charges. Bands are a means to get the cover charges paid and drinks sold.
If the "music community" can support each other enough to show up at each others' shows and buy enough drinks to make a profit for the bars, then great. If not, it's all just wanking into the wind.
It's their property to do with as they please.
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