They will be leaving Charleston by 2014
Such a neat idea! Love the fact that that you can change the photos as many Instagram users will have many photos they want to display! I have just started blogging about creative ideas for displaying printed Instagram photos and this idea is awesome! thank you for sharing, its neat to see people printing their Instagram photos and doing awesome displays with them!
While it's nice that CBS is here and using some local folks, I think that they have forgotten that this is Charleston, not LA, and the locals that they are hiring as extras are not, in general, professional extras who are trying to break into the business, but local people with actual real jobs and families. Asking for (for example, as happened last week) consecutive "days" (nights) of 12-14 hours (with the shoot ending at 6 AM, on one of them) is simply abusing the good will of the locals. By the time they get to the last episodes they may (and probably should) have trouble filling the courtroom.
Thanks to AGP and Pickleboy i finally plucked up the courage to go back to school, i am studying a Digital media course in college here in the UK. It has been a while (im 23 now) since i have thought about what i could do fr a living, thanks to TheAngrygrandpaShow and KidBehindACamera and other related channels i can finally see my future is in IT. Wether or not i would of realised this eventually reardless does not concern me because watching these videos has shown me what i can be involved with, learn and enjoy while hopefully making a few bucks. Keep up the good work!!
The NEA used to be the ones funding individual artist awards, but small government conservatives decided in the late 80s and early 90s the stuff they were funding was offensive to families or Jesus or something.
Yea, glad these fellowships go to struggling artists...
Meant to say "Some might think it to be a play on the shoe sign on Hiway 61 at the Palmetto Shoe Repair business but any similarity is surely purely coincidental." The edit time ran out rather quickly.
Of course it is essentially a play on the shoe sign on Hiway 61 at the Palmetto Shoe Repair business. Hope no copyright comes into play.
Way to go y'all. Funny show!
Woolfe Street Playhouse is hardly a "still-unfinished warehouse," Elizabeth, and Village Rep moved into the space barely a year ago and has worked tirelessly to renovate the space into an architecturally unique and versatile performance space. The venue played host to the inaugural Theatre Charleston Awards gala this past Saturday night, a formal affair attended by over 250 actors, directors, sound and lighting technicians, set designers, costumers and other theater professionals. Woolfe Street Playhouse garnered seven awards, among them one for best musical, "Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson," which judging by the attendance figures, audience feedback and theater reviews, did very well in capturing the hearts and minds of that edgy Upper King demographic. I hope you have the opportunity to revisit the space and take in one of their upcoming productions, which, beyond "The Woman in Black," include Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia," Sharr White's "The Other Place," and Monty Python's "Spamalot."
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Disappointed that they didn't mention that the 827 is the new home of locally produced and operated Internet radio station Kinetic Hifi, as well. (Full disclosure, I currently co-host 2 shows on said station). There's lots of focus on the community - local events, local bands, etc.
That's actually a very, very good design -- much better than CofC's extensively researched and much-vaunted "C".
That's nice. Very clever.
Enrique Graf is slated to appear on next week's "Piano Jazz" with Marian McPartland, so be sure to tune in!
Thank you for this excellent article. I've been following Enough Pie's work with both skepticism and hope. The redevelopment they propose has a lot to offer to Charleston but it ultimately seems to be a gentrification project in its current iteration. I am all for improving a place (or "creative placemaking"), but if it's not of the community, it's bound to be gentrification. It's heartening to hear about their micro-grants program, but it will take a lot more community engagement than that to achieve inclusion. I'm not sure if there are City policy/regulation mechanisms that could be employed to prevent gentrification, but using those or creating them would certainly be a show of good faith.
And those irritating women's voices...all night long. Rude house staff.
I'm unclear what these extras (nobodies in a mostly nobody-filled show) expected?
Adoring fans giving them bj's off set? Cash bonuses liberally dispersed (because the pathetic pay was known in advance)? An impromptu starring role? Actual fun partying?
They should be happy they got a free meal, but the ginger ale and V8 downer cancels that out.
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