Did my own research
Sarah Wells....I was just going to ask! In the Brinsons/Bretts Roadside building (The sign said "running out of money, opening soon - maybe they ran out of money?)
Blah blah blah. It's not news till it happens, sweetie.
Is this the City Paper's way of filling column inches without paying for a staffer to eat at a restaurant? Or is it a way of filling column inches without paying a reporter?
Any word on what the restaurant on Folly Road near Low Down Oven and Bar and the closed Burger King will be? It's been several things in the past, but nothing has stuck.
"the automaker Volvo has narrowed its search for a location of a new $500 million manufacturing facility to South Carolina and one other state."
Volvo is just waiting to see which welfare check clears first. Although it should get off its lazy ass and get to work without depending on a government handout. At the very least Volvo needs to be drug tested if it's going to accept government welfare.
"However, now that they are in place, unions are irrelevant parasites."
Because corporations are totally benevolent now and would never try to screw their employees over and they never lobby to try and get worker protections and benefits removed under the farcical umbrella of "reform."
"It is unfortunate that a couple of union reps were greeted at the door with someone holding a gun but maybe they should not have been so aggressive in campaigning."
And that girl wouldn't have gotten raped if she didn't dress like a slut.
Not a single one listed is West Ashley. We get hungry too!
something is going into the old brett's roadside on james island. lots of work going on but i've not heard anything on it.
yup, you're right Cid, but if I remember correctly when the NLRB try to enforce on a complaint against Boeing all I heard was the collective squeal of stuck pigs.
Thanks Kinsey..! Are you a restaurant/food writer for The City Paper..?
Thanks Adam. We'll add you to the list.
I am the owner of The CODfather, Proper British Fish & Chip shop, opening at the shipyard, Noisette complex in North Charleston.
Been building and planning for nearly two years now, self funded, self constructed.
Be open around June 1st..!
Thanks, Laurin. I saw that too. I'll add it.
The former J Paul'z on James Island now has signage that says "CURE." Don't know any more than that.
20 of the 27 listed are downtown. Ride that wave into the sand.
Is it too much to ask for a simple takeout sushi place that offers chirashi at a price like this: http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/masas-sushi…
There are federal laws and enforcement mechanisms in place for workplace safety, child labor, minimum wage, etc. Unions helped put those in place.
However, now that they are in place, unions are irrelevant parasites.
"The unions of the past served a purpose to get proper safety rules regulated by law, that purpose is over."
Disagree. Unions still serve a purpose for collective bargaining of benefits we should all enjoy in a 21st century society (maternity leave, sick leave, etc.)--most of which are not guaranteed in this state.
SC is near the bottom of the barrel in worker's rights, and will continue to be this backwards with this open hostility toward unions.
#4 Whitney.....LA needs y'all to come back there ASAP.
#5 Oh yes.... with a side of the ole tomato pudding please.
#8 Oh no.....Sorry but just say no to smarminess and mail order steaks. Keep the dog.
#14 Suggest City Paper try to get a group discount at a gym cause y'all going to need it. I love home team brisket.
#15 I will royally whine about prices but you can bet your ass I'll be a regular when in town.
#20 Where the City Paper staffers will have to eat after packing it on at Home team.
How could I forget! Thanks, ETimonnsP.
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