Went to college at the University of Florida (BA in History), then moved to Chas a bit over a year ago. I love it here!…
I''ve been there three times already, and I have no problem making the trip from JI for it. The Yaki Soba Noodles are absolutely delicious. A simple, clean, noodle dish served sizzling, fajita-style. My boyfriend got the Mongolian Chicken Bento Box, and was blown away. I was a little concerned about the addition of broccoli and cheese with bacon crumbles, (but who doesn't love that combo anytime?) Also, their ginger dressing is one of the best I've had. The apple sake, served uber warm, is a steal at only $4.50! Ask for extra water, because the chili oil they bring to the table is intense, and very flavorful. I will be back, and I recommend you check this place out, too.
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This has nothing to do with the organizers, the party, or the location...a 25 year old man walked across a road while he was drunk. It could've happened at any time to anyone. Skinful is a wonderful event, that benefits charities as well as the community. It is a very special event for Charleston and I truly hope that it continues for many years to come. My prayers are with the young man (who is my same age) and also with Dr. King-may his vision of Halloween greatness continue. I would hate to think that one person's misjudgement would mean the end of a Charleston institution. The young man's father is obviously hurting, but his son's accident should not be then end of what is arguably the most amazing night of the year in Charleston.
So,the roads in downtown Charleston are more narrow than others because of the age of the city itself. The roads in surrounding areas are populated with just as many people behind the wheel of a car with NO sense of how to navigate a heavily trafficked area. People in Charleston have very little to complain about, in terms of traffic congestion - try living in a city with more than 350,000 people in it, really. Maybe then some of you will understand the importance of more people using bicycles as a means of transportation.
I agree that cyclists need to obey the rules of the road, meaning the use of proper signals, lights, etc., just as any other vehicle would. I've seen a large majority of people in downtown Charleston NOT riding on the far right side of the lane when on a bike. However, it seems that a lot of CARS pay zero attention to the lines on the road either.
Bike! Bike often! Bike legally!
And as for the bike that Santa never brought MaxF...I hope you, one day, get over the childhood trauma which has obviously left you so bitter and embattled. Best of luck with that.
I absolutely love Santi's. My boyfriend and I are regulars and the place simply cannot be beat as far as I'm concerned. The margarita's are top notch, and as a card carrying Florida-born Buffet fan, I've had my fair share of 'ritas. Also, the pork taco (or any taco for that matter) is a steal for under $3! The chips and salsa alone are worth the trip from JI if you ask me. Way to get it right Charleston.
this is such a rad idea! it's for a great cause and the best way to start the weekend if you ask me. just dance, Charleston!
I'm really looking forward to visiting, but I must agree about the sheriff's office hanging out there. It's not enough to scare me off though. Just be responsible, ya know? They do serve food as well :)
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