I saw this show last night and give it two-thumbs way up. I was skeptical how well Mel Brooks' classic would translate as a musical, but by the second act I was in tears laughing all the same. I could not even look at Kyle Barnett (The Monster) without cracking up, his portrayal would have made Peter Boyle proud. Becca Anderson (Frau Blucher) and Aaron Hancock (Igor) were also pitch perfect in their portrayals of their respective iconic comedic roles. Also, I dare you to try and watch the "Roll in the Hay" sequence featuring Dr. Frankenstein (Jessie Siak) and Inga (Jocelyn Lonquist) without laughing. Go ahead and try.
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Or Ron Liberte, when it spends an unprecedented amount of money (~1.7T, that's trillion with a T. No typo) on a project that is neither needed or wanted to build another fighter we'll probably never use.
If only there were people who knew how to study community infrastructure and commerce to properly develop areas like this. Something like a city planner, or civil engineer, or something like that. If only there were people in this world with some type of expertise like this!
"Just because you and a few buddies brewed some beer in a garage, does not mean Charleston was progressing in the craft beer world. This article is about real craft progression, and sums it up fairly well."
This. As the article also points out, it was actually very hard for the normal beer loving consumer, who wasn't themselves a brewer, to find anything other than the national macros. This was just 6-8 years ago. Now, even many of the local corner stores will have a cooler or two with Oskar Blues, Sierra Nevada, and others.
@spof76 Revelry Brewing Company just opened in The Neck.
So, you can get a sandwich at Park Cafe for $8. That's exactly my point. Maybe it doesn't come with large fries and a jumbo Diet Coke, but just because that's your idea of a "good meal" doesn't mean these businesses are doing some great injustice to the people of Charleston. Also, what's the problem with so called "yuppie" businesses. Their money spends just the same as anyone else's. Or maybe the truth is you just don't like people who you don't think are just like you.
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