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Re: “Fridays on the Point w/ Shawn Mullins, Chris McCarty Band, Simplified

Shawn Mullins has managed to reinvent himself over the last few years in a way that most musicians only dream of. He is an essential artist for this decade, not only for us here at 1055 the Bridge, (Radio Station) but for Southerners at-large.
If you missed him in the beautiful setting of the 2009 First Flush Festival, here is another opportunity to enjoy him in yet another of Charleston's amazing outdoor settings.
1055 The Bridge along with our great partners Ear For Music and The Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina encourage you to come out Friday evening, June 17 from 5:30 -9:30 to see what we know will be an incredible show. Tickets are $10 at the gate, and we ask you to consider bringing a few dollars for the Ronald McDonald House of Charleston to help us wrap our week-long Radio-thon.
~Nanc Griffith
1055 The Bridge

Posted by nancg on June 16, 2011 at 3:51 PM

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Re: “With my kind of conservatism on the rise, it's time to move on

God-Speed Jack-- We will miss the shenanigans and the voice of a true conservative Charlestonian. See you on the Facebook.

4 of 9 people like this.
Posted by nancg on April 17, 2013 at 3:41 PM

Re: “The horrors of the gluten-sensitive sufferer

Ms Siebert:
Evidently, you have much to learn when it comes to fine dining in our fair city. As someone who has been fighting the good "gluten free" fight for 20 years, (I was 31 when I was diagnosed as Celiacs) the Chefs of Charleston are actually extremely accommodating when it comes to serving up Gluten Free meals.
The simple answer is; call ahead for a reservation, and ask if the kitchen can accommodate a GF diner. Then, request it be put in the notes for the Chef. By planning ahead just a little bit, not only do you save yourself the frustration of explaining the situation to a server, but also the drone and pitied comments by your fellow dining mates. In the instance we decide to dine last minute without a reservation, I simply excuse myself from the table, stroll back to the kitchen and quietly speak with a chef or manager (away from my fellow dining guests) and ask the appropriate questions while my friends are busy ordering drinks.
Those who dine out with me frequently know I nearly always request "Chefs Choice." 9 times out of 10, I am given the total rockstar- foodie treatment. This trust pays in spades for being courageous enough to let some else make the decisions. Mine are, without question the best "custom" dishes to the table, (sometimes dishes not even offered on the menu) and are often looked upon with envy from my gluten-gobbling pals. As an added bonus, we are often treated to an appearance by the Chef ...and who doesn't love that?

5 of 9 people like this.
Posted by nancg on February 9, 2012 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina

Shawn Mullins has managed to reinvent himself over the last few years in a way that most musicians only dream of. He is an essential artist for this decade, not only for us here at 1055 the Bridge, (Radio Station) but for Southerners at-large.
If you missed him in the beautiful setting of the 2009 First Flush Festival, here is another opportunity to enjoy him in yet another of Charleston's amazing outdoor settings.
1055 The Bridge along with our great partners Ear For Music and The Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina encourage you to come out Friday evening from 5:30 -9:30 to see what we know will be an incredible show. Tickets are $10 at the gate, and we ask you to consider bringing a few dollars for the Ronald McDonald House of Charleston to help us wrap our week-long Radio-thon.
~Nanc Griffith
1055 The Bridge

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Posted by nancg on June 16, 2011 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Grace Potter and company rocked First Flush

Thanks so much to everyone who came out to the 5th Annual First Flush Festival. What an amazing day of music and fun. This event just keeps getting better, and we couldn't do it without the support of the most music savvy radio audience in Charleston.
~The staff of 1055 The Bridge
www.1055thebridge.com

Posted by nancg on May 18, 2011 at 8:44 AM
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