Geoffrey Michael Richardson 
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Re: “Lava Salon

Lava Salon is now located at 811-B Savannah Highway! Right next to Avondale Wine & Cheese....

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Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on March 6, 2013 at 8:33 AM

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Re: “The Price is Right is coming to North Charleston

Having gone before, if you're curious to the format of the game here, the traveling show runs a little differently. Just so you know it is not a full blown version of what's on tv. They've created a more digitalized version. It's still plenty fun and they call a lot of people down to give lots of people a taste but just don't expect what you see on tv.

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Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on September 26, 2016 at 6:39 PM

Re: “Community kiosk gives Upper Peninsula a little library and info hub

The mailboxes were actually donated and sponsored by the chART Outdoor Gallery in honor of the recent loss of EP's Exec Director, Cathryn Zommer's mother.

Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on March 10, 2016 at 7:41 AM

Re: “It's hard to take John Tecklenburg seriously

Ok. Update. Just saw a brand new commercial which was much more on point. Almost as if his people read this article or received this feedback and came back with something much more on message.

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Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on September 26, 2015 at 9:02 PM

Re: “It's hard to take John Tecklenburg seriously

I wish he had spent less time making a joke out of his name and more time taking advantage of the massive amount of airtime he seems to have bought, tackling the issues. I've heard great things about him as a genuine and sincere person with a true desire to lead the city, but all that gets buried under the weight of his campy campaign. Ginny Deerins add has some equal camp but she specifies her issues much more clearly and Leon by far lays it all out and backs up his qualifications. This is strictly a "laymen's" analysis of the commercials themself not the candidates but as we all know in politics, perception is reality...

Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on September 26, 2015 at 11:36 AM

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