Sunday is a live broadcast of their final performance. Wed and Thur are rebroadcasts.
The paywall puts a sign-in box in the center of the screen and obscures the rest of the screen with gray but you can still read the article thru the gray. It disables scrolling in Chrome but you can still scroll in Firefox using the up/down arrow keys. You can read the entire article this way but you can't click links or copy text or images.
Currently the mobile app is still free with no paywall.
This Chad Walton guy seems to like being in the news a lot.
From the P&C:
Road rage recorder says he's not an instigator
Natalie Caula Hauff
Mar 22 2013 12:14 am
Walton has a criminal record that dates back to 1999 with convictions for failure to stop for blue lights, grand larceny, possession of a stolen vehicle and being a habitual traffic offender, according to State Law Enforcement Division records.
“They've brought up things I've done in my past that I'm not proud of. It's my past, big deal,” Walton said. “I've spent the last few years turning my life around.”
He was last arrested Dec. 24, 2010, by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office and charged with second-degree assault and battery.
After inviting a woman to his Summerville home, Walton told police his wallet went missing, according to an incident report. When he realized she was leaving his house, he chased her car near South Live Oak Drive and Farrell Street in Moncks Corner, the report stated.
Walton told police he pulled in front of the woman's car and slowed down, causing her to hit the rear of his truck. Witnesses told police Walton approached the woman's car carrying a pellet gun, but Walton denied it.
Walton said he did not want to comment on that incident. He was convicted in 2011 of the assault charge and was placed on probation for one year, according to SLED records.
Sounds like the food has improved. Hope the same can be said about the service.
6. Midterm elections change (almost) nothing
You're kidding, right? Or have you forgotten about good-old-boy Bobby Harrell having not one, but two opponents and then his withdrawal from the race in order to keep his butt out of jail?
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