What a great man. He will be missed.
I recently hosted a party at Bambu during Sean Park's first few days, he was so cordial to come out and check on the guests and make sure everything was more than up to par. We were impressed by his creations and the overall good vibe of Bambu. I'm glad he made the venture to Mount Pleasant, it shows that you don't need a 29401 or 03 address to serve delicious food and that being a great chef doesn't mean you have a crummy attitude, like some DT.
We will miss you Nev!
This has nothing to do with a specific art gallery...this is happening to EVERY person who provides a service in town. Trying to say that she is "hiding" behind Eye Level Art's wall is petty and wrong.
From photographers/videographers who are asked at the last minute "Will you shoot our event for free even though we spent our budget on other things?" to marketing/PR/media people who are continually asked for "advice" by clients as they dangle their money in front of them, yet they never pay up or try their hardest to emulate their suggestions only to fall on their bums.
Paying to get into places is an everyday thing, but no one likes to think about all the folks behind the scenes that are left with empty pockets and a Friday night where they have to work for free...oh, and their lights at home are turned off, because they don't have the money to pay the bill...
This column has nothing to do with her...she just has the guts to spill the beans.
I am very happy that someone FINALLY said this...it's a topic that everyone is talking about. Thanks to the City Paper for giving the space for it and to Caroline for writing it.
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