$175.00!! Too much for this SOB. When those on the lower peninsula are being priced out -- the city is really being turned over to the ultra-rich tourists. You'll be seeing me at the Tavern. Or Churches Fried Chicken.
Thank you for your hard work Virginia Bush. I am amazed at the anger found in these comments. Why are some people coming to live in Charleston if they want to turn it into Tuscon, Charlotte, Orlando, or Las Vegas?
One can put on a white pillow case and sing a Christmas song and no one should be offended. One can put on a white pillow case and sing a song in front of a mirror, and unless this hooded person takes a selfie and sends it off, then no one should be offended. But eight people putting on pillow cases and looking at seven others doing the same and nothing seems offensive to any one in the group???? Perhaps those eight singing fools should continue their education at a slower-track school.
Great points in this article. Some kiddies might have to be imported to upper King, though. But like ballparks in cornfields -- build it and they will come (or close it off and they will come). Bro McBrostein from the Bro Bro Bro fraternity will still come though. As for some of the commenters about why this will not work, I think Charleston has been incorrectly labeled. Charleston is a small city with a lot of tourists -- not a tourist town. Charleston is a small city with a college that has exploded in the last 40 years -- it is not a college town. I think we do Charleston a great disservice by labeling it a college town and a tourist town. I also hate the label "entertainment district." To me that signifies where heavy drinking, urinating in the street and vomiting on the sidewalk is acceptable.
Awful. Just awful. The area is losing its character. First Social, now Blind Tiger. Soon there will be nothing of interest for diners living SOB. If Bull St. goes, I'll have to go to. Maybe we could have another group of lawyers or accountants move into the neighborhood.
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