Wonderful space for an event. Went to a Guerrilla Cuisine dinner there a couple of weeks ago and was surprised at how pretty the distillery hardware looks with the right lighting and how warm and comfortable the space was - especially for a warehouse and work site, at that (the bathrooms are a literally shining example). A few strategically placed pieces of art (big works well) and beautifully set tables were all that was needed to transform what would be a cavernous area in the back into a really cool, even elegant, venue. I know others worked hard to make that transformation and I WAS under the influence of some fabulous food, but the end result of GC & others' efforts highlighted the possibilities of the distillery space itself. The Striped Pig people proved very hospitable folks, dedicated to their craft and eager to share the process & results with willing fans. Sampled some powerful but oddly delicious moonshine & a more finished product. It is obvious that a great deal of thought went into making this space a welcoming place to hang out, whether for an event or just a visit.
In T-Rav, South Carolina has finally found its place on the world stage of politics. Comic relief.
"relive" herself - like re-incarnation?
Add $15 to the ticket and provide a limo or bus to and fro. Class sounds great!!! :-)
The NRA is the premier force in promoting the fear that drives the arming of America and the enrichment of arms dealers. That fact dismays some and emboldens others. I would extend commenter Barry Hirsh's idea and make it a crime to carry if you are over the legal blood alcohol limit, wherever you are. That would include your own home if there were minors or other vulnerable persons on the property.
The Washington State machinists accepted the contract. Sure, they'll make twice as much as Charleston workers, but they have given up their right to be fired without notice or cause.
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