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Re: “Consign Charleston

CONSIGN Charleston is a fantastic and very friendly place to place your things and to shop. Been going there since they opened. Couldn't be better.

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Posted by Debbie Harbert Greene on February 18, 2017 at 8:11 AM

Re: “Chris' Powersports Repair CPR Services

We will be having our 2nd Annual Jet Ski Poker Run "Ride for a Reason" June 17, 2017 with all proceeds going to the Callen-Lacey Center for Homeless Children here in Berkeley County. Call 843-826-6742 for details or go to www.chrispowersportsservicescpr.com for details.

Posted by Christopher Susan Tindall Lucarelli on February 16, 2017 at 1:28 PM

Re: “Pets for Vets Charleston Dog Dash

I cannot wait for this race!!! I've been waiting forever for something like this :)

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Posted by dlinas on February 15, 2017 at 5:49 PM

Re: “Support local businesses that support local businesses

Well said Chef.. I am really looking forward to the Monday Gras dinner coming up on the 27th!

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Posted by Neil Bailey on February 22, 2017 at 2:49 PM

Re: “The conversation we should all be having about gun violence and firearm safety

And these shootings were black on black shootings. We should talk about what can be done about their culture that condones this.

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Posted by jadenova on February 22, 2017 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Fighting for acceptance as an Iranian/Latino American

Thank you for the post. I too am a product of love between and Iranian and Latina. My folks met in the early 70's. she thought he was Mexican (boy was she wrong). They've been married for over 45 years. My first name is Steve and last name is rooted in Arabic. Growing up in TX, everyone assumed I was Mexican. Which was partially true. As a kid, I got called "Wet Back", "Beaner" and even got called "Camel Jockey". Ignorance abound. I had a very strong Latin influence as a kid (living in TX). Less so from the Persian side, other than the food. :) It wasn't until I went to a Catholic College and had an opportunity to go to attend Friday Prayers (which was enlightening to learn about) and I also took a class on the History of Modern Iran which was eye-opening. So, education is so important. But, perhaps more important I feel... Is the question you ask. "Where are you really from"? I recently had my DNA done and found that I was quite the mix. 30% European (Spanish/Italian/Greek/ Portuguese, but snippets of European Jew, and other Eastern European countries). I'm over 33% Caucus, 14% native american, less than 5% African. Those were the main genetic roots. I think the more that we truly learn about our roots, the easier it will be to share our similarities...

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Posted by ssobhi on February 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM

Re: “Barefoot Karaoke

Awesome venue, top-notch service & staff. I dig the set-up.
The DJ is attention commanding with a unique, badass personality.
All in all, right on experience!

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Posted by 'SoLo' on February 22, 2017 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Newest DHEC regulations could mean the butcher block for some of the region's most acclaimed charcuterie

I think I see a burgeoning business opportunity for Mike Kulick.

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Posted by factoryconnection on February 21, 2017 at 11:09 AM

Re: “Applicants for new Meeting Street office building seek final approval

Looks like a great project to help frame corner of across from Marion Sq

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Posted by John Edward on February 21, 2017 at 9:07 AM

Re: “The Agenda: Graham on "kicking Russia in the a**"; Koch groups poised for gas tax fight

The President's spokesperson says, "again the lying news media misquotes a Republican leader - Senator Graham, representing the U.S. in Germany said 'the year of KISSING Russia on the ass."

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Posted by Ima Oldman on February 20, 2017 at 9:04 PM

Re: “Applicants for new Meeting Street office building seek final approval

I especially like the hill and meadow in the background of the architect's rendering of the building.

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Posted by Ima Oldman on February 20, 2017 at 8:59 PM

Re: “Wagener Terrace scores Herd Provisions restaurant and butcher shop

editor's day off?

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Posted by Ima Oldman on February 20, 2017 at 8:55 PM

Re: “Newest DHEC regulations could mean the butcher block for some of the region's most acclaimed charcuterie

Thanks for not killing us by using science.

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Posted by calm assertive on February 20, 2017 at 4:56 PM

Re: “Six Mile Spirits

10 stars

Posted by Danny Runza on February 20, 2017 at 4:53 PM

Re: “Six Mile Spirits

BEST LIQOUR STORE EVER BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE BEST PRICES

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Posted by Danny Runza on February 20, 2017 at 4:52 PM

Re: “Wagener Terrace scores Herd Provisions restaurant and butcher shop

Great article! Can't wait for Herd to open!!!

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Posted by Katherine T. Frankstone on February 20, 2017 at 4:29 PM

Re: “Newest DHEC regulations could mean the butcher block for some of the region's most acclaimed charcuterie

Yes Craig Deihl is a great chef, local star and all-around "nice guy", it's great that he is "chef at Cypress and Artisan Meat Share and a founding member of the Butcher's Guild," but if he's a superstar and can't pass regulations that other locals have been able to accomplish in the course of almost a year it seems that he has some deficiencies the others don't or he's a whining prima-dona, or the victim of well-meaning but clueless sycophants writing a supportive column.

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Posted by Ima Oldman on February 20, 2017 at 3:02 PM

Re: “Of course Donald Trump made a joke about women on stage today at Boeing

Much as I dislike Trumps personality - he seems to be the target of continual ad-hominem attacks that are blowing smoke over his political performance:

(1) Improving background checks for travelers from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Libya - has got to be a useful thing right? Apart from inconveniencing the good guys who might be travelling from those countries it will give the US time to put a decent system in place to seriously inconvenience the bad guys. The naivety of people who think that everyone from these countries must be *friendly* is amazing.

(2) ILLEGAL immigrants are people that are breaking the law. They are criminals by definition. IMHO *legal* immigrants are a good thing and boost the American economy. Trump completely supports legal migrants but is trying to prevent ILLEGALS -- the same focus as previous President. Personally, I think building a physical wall is a daft idea but putting the interests of Americans and American immigrants above those of the illegals is something else I'm amazed people are offended by.

(3) Air Force One - A million day? Wow. Various news sources are reporting that the Trump Administration has already negotiated a reduced price of over a $1Billion (which represent nearly 3 years of free flights on this plane) and there is talk of completely cancelling the second plane. Something that no other president as even considered to reduce costs. I also think that of Trump flew on his own plane -- that would be complained about as a conflict of interest. So taking every previous Presidents travel plan and reducing costs is a good thing.

Am I "appalled at the blatant hypocrisy"? No.

Do I wish then new American President was a "better orator, less orange with a better haircut and exercised less foot-in-mouth moments"? Yes. Dont we all? ;)

America has a new CEO in charge of this huge lumbering and openly corrupt political machine, so lets hope he delivers on a his election trail promises. This immigrant hopes Democracy prevails.

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Posted by Nick Litten on February 20, 2017 at 2:11 PM

Re: “Newest DHEC regulations could mean the butcher block for some of the region's most acclaimed charcuterie

Too bad CP didn't come talk to us. We jumped through the hoops and got our HACCP plans together. It took us 8 months of hurry-up-and-wait back and forth with Columbia, laboratory product assessments to verify our methodology was sound, and HACCP training seminars for the management and staff. The end result is fantastic artisnal products that we guarantee won't kill you.
It's not just about filling in the paperwork, it's about advanced understanding of the microbiology and physical and chemical controls involved.
We're now working towards wholesale and hope to be able to produce custom products for chefs who can't put the time and treasure into developing their own plans.

Mike Kulick
Meathouse Butcher Shop

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Posted by vudumike on February 20, 2017 at 1:15 PM
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