Having shopped at this location for several decades, the Piggly Wiggly was far superior to BiLo. It was clear BiLo had no intention of putting any love (or money) into this store. Sad, becasue as Piggly Wiggly, it had a lot of personality and character.
Admissions are too high when they can't even guarantee enough housing for 1/3 of the student body.
Elliotborough's been worse than usual, too. The past few weeks I've seen superbowl-weekend levels of day drinking.
I ate here 2 months ago. The saltiest salad I've ever had (didn't know salads could be salty), and the fries were limp, greasy and inedible.
The prices seemed high, especially when the city has a dearth of similar restaurants of the same - if not better - quality (I'm looking at you, Ted's)
Where the hell was security?! This kind of behavior is unfortunately what Charleston has become notorious for, and among the reasons so many acts don't return...
"Speaking before the state Senate Wednesday, Bright compared the bill to a similar piece of legislation recently past in North Carolina, which"
'passed' not 'past' :)
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