Helpful law firm. Will be using them again in the future.
My new go-to brunch place in Charleston. Shrimp with grits and chorizo sausage is great. The bacon Bloody Mary will not disappoint. Great casual outdoor seating.
Can't wait for this show!
I will miss this place.
Wondering about the above review. I've been a member of Integrity since 2011. The warm up is anywhere from 15 to 20 min, and is based on the WOD. Brian, the owner, is present during the classes that are being coached (which I think is awesome). If he finds that you are using poor form or doing a movement incorrectly, he will point this out, and have you drop down in weight or offer suggestions for improvement. This keeps you from getting injured, and also helps you to avoid those horrific "no reps" during competitions. If your "habits from your old box" include poor form or movements, Brian is doing you a favor by offering suggestions for improvement, and your inability to accept constructive criticism is nothing short of immature. I'm not competitive, just there to stay healthy, but I really appreciate the attention to form, movement, and the positive and friendly attitude and acceptance of everyone and spirit of community at this gym. I started at the age of 39, am now 45, and have yet to have an injury due to anything I have done at CrossFit Integrity, and I've pushed myself pretty hard. I think that speaks well to some excellent coaching. The coaches encourage you to do your best and keep going. I'm really thankful for the level of health and fitness I have achieved at CFI. I'd encourage anyone to give it a try at the community classes on Saturday mornings at 9:30 am, and see if it's a good fit for you.
video and light show were stunning. audio reminded me of concerts from the 70's, most of the music was amplified to the point of distortion, at times the bass was cracking and distorted to the point you couldn't here faith or tim. you would think that by 2017 we could make amps and speakers that were clear and crisp, guess not
Born and raised here. I hate what Charleston has become.
A bit on the racist side, isn't it? What about white women, Indian woman, or other women? What about handicapped? Or do you specialize like doctors? This seems a bit of a reach to me
Having a time when he's playing would be helpful.
So proud of Team SC! I judge at the state level and that rabbit roulade was nothing short of phenomenal! For a high-schooler to accomplish that in one hour is mind-blowing! Love PROSTART!
How many were killed in Charleston? Or in SC? Just curious?
To the person who is hoping to keep neighborhood businesses in the downtown area, I am afraid that will not happen. Coming from NYC, I see the same thing happening here. There is not an inch of that city that is not being gentrified. Places in Brooklyn, where 20 years ago, you would not have even walked through those neighborhoods, and now condos are going for at least $1 million. Same is happening here. Landlords are forcing businesses out when their leases are up and increasing the rents to exorbitant prices. Or they sell the building to a developer, who just does not care. I am afraid, when push comes to shove, everyone has a price, when put in front of them. When I think about all the small businesses that were on the Upper West Side and the Upper East side and the Village. All gone. It is not the New York City I grew up in. That is why I had to leave.
Then, when I walk on King Street, another business is going out. Most of the time, it is because the rent has gone up so high, that the business owner, just cannot afford the rent. The only businesses that can afford to open are chains. And even they are in trouble. American Apparel went out of business. And how many food places can open on King?
Big chains don't "make it" in historic Charleston...remember Atlanta Bread Company and Applebee's on N. Market? Fuddruckers, Grandy's, etc in the Market??
Awesome to get the attention...Horst would be jealous!
I have to make sure I am at home when I read your recaps because I always end up cackling hysterically and spilling my drink during a fit of giggles/ugly-crying. Your allusion to Gulliver's Travels was particularly hilarious this evening. "'Do you sleep standing up?' Craig asks, on behalf of all humanity." I am dying!!!
Face the fact Mr. Mayor, drilling will happen. I don't necessarily agree with the drilling as I also don't agree with Liberals & Democrats. Our resources will eventually "dry up" & we will look to other alternatives(offshore drilling). You talk about drilling causing a major threat to tourism, well a more major problem we have in the city of Charleston , "FLOODING" that a little responsible intellect could resolve,but there is way to many politicians buying votes. The flooding not only causes a threat to tourism,it also "is" a threat to "health". Mr.Mayor, it's time to "EARN OUR KEEP".
I love this show but love your recaps even more. You are officially my favorite person in this world with the mention of Caroline in the City. If you were to run for President you would have my vote.
There was a study conducted under the auspices of, I think, the City of Charleston and perhaps Historic Charleston Foundation many years ago about the three parts of King Street and what types of businesses were missing in each "zone." South of Market, South of Calhoun and North of Calhoun were identified. Today, we look at upper Kingt and never think about how diverse it is with types of business, food and drink. It did not just happen that way - that is for sure. Through proper planning on the part of the city and very smart developers (and I use that word in the kindest of ways) this blend and mix took great calculation. The vision survived the second worst economic disaster this country has seen in its' existence. Upper King made it. The condominiums at the Cigar Factory did not! This crafting the "ethnic food" restaurants North of Calhoun was brilliant. You boys know who you are.
A missing part for the neighbors and the visitors South of Market on King was the need for refreshments, light groceries; and prepared foods. There was a great sandwich shop for years on the west side of King Street south of Market across from the South Carolina Library Society which featured exceptional soups and sandwiches. Sadly, the rent made it simple a non-profitable venture as I recall.
Justin Coaxall always did it right at Bull Street Gourmet and I do hope that another establishment who cares for the neighborhood, like the people who actually took over the old Bull Street Gourmet, has done. It is the yang of Capitalism and Charleston is very fortunate that many multi-generational families have chosen to keep local business in their buildings versus chasing the gold, which I certain can understand.
It is with that sense of community that another little spot will open and a young couple will work hard to live their dream, as we have seen so many times in this city with Scott and Ruth, Serge and Geraldstine, Joanne and Mickey, Pasqual and Penelope, Massimiliano and Natasha, and now Caitlin and Michael and Paul and Marguerite.
mmm, love cheesecake!
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