Lovey actors in a beautiful ensemble piece with excellent direction. This play is just as timely today as it was in the 50s. Treat yourself to something special. You won't be disappointed.
Who wants a good juggler to show up two Sundays a month ?
It was an AWESOME night out! Definitely check out these casual, but delicious!
Galactic, a staple of New Orleans' funk + up-and-coming ORGONE's smooth soul-ridden funkadelic styling is gonna make for a delicious night :)
I thought that was what you paid for with wine and cheese.
This sounds awesome... I can not wait... The prize for best costume is a years worth if fee food from Kickin Chicken... other prizes are guest bartending spots on king and a VIP party at King Street Grill for up to 50 people with food and beers! Def worth the $12!
Meh. Overpriced bottles. Overpriced cheeses. Pretentious service.
Another incredible show by a true master of the Stratocaster.... one of the greatest guitarists touring today... what a treat!
Ohio's great! We have, after all, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. need I say more?
I might go. Circle Circle Dot Dot, Sarge made my booty rot.
Is parking free? Also, the entrance fee is $12. Does that include any food or drinks? Or are they doing a "ticket" system where you pay $2 for a ticket and 2 tickets get you a beer, etc....
THIS GUY IS AMAZING WITH AN INCREDIBLE PLAYLIST, BEAUTIFUL VOICE AND PLAYS A MEAN ACOUSTIC GUITAR.
Just a bit of advice for this clusterf%#k of an event...pack a cooler for the ride in because it will take at least an hour to get to your parking space and twice as long to get out! Wake up early, drink mimosas, get addied up and get there early and leave early for the best results! Have fun and don't get stabbed with an oyster shucker on they out in a fit of dirt road rage (eye witness 3 years ago)! If you haven't been, go because it is a great time otherwise!
I went to have dinner at Tasty Thai and was severely disappointed. As I tried to order a drink (I'm 23 and a College of Charleston graduate who has been living in Charleston for some time), I was denied due to the large group of underage kids there participating in some event run by sixteen year old doormen. I attempted to enjoy my meal, which took nearly an hour to receive, only to get refused by an INCREDIBLY rude bartender (female) who proceeded to tell me that due to the amount of underage kids, they were not accepting my ID. Not only was this unfair, it shows an extreme lack of attentiveness on their part, as my drivers license is obviously me and states my true age. Incredibly disappointed with her attitude and the wait for the unimpressively bland food. Would not recommend to ANYBODY. WOK is far superior and much more reasonably priced.
Get ready Charleston! We have a great show we're dying to unleash on you. And you better be ready for some serious partying afterwards.
Here are more details:
Saturday January 29, 2011 12:45 - 2:45
In this workshop, we will expand our hearts through a playful exploration of back bends: curling forward, backward, and upside-down through Anusara's currents of grace!
Saturday January 29, 2011 3:30 - 5:30
Transform your hips in ways you never imagined through a deep hip opening extravaganza!
Sunday January 30, 2011 12:30 - 3:30
Through the story of the Ananda Tandava, Shiva's Dance of Bliss, we will explore the most essential philosophical themes in Anusara's Tantric Tradition - from the concept of Shri, or auspiciousness, to our embrace of Svatantrya, embodied freedom. We will celebrate the Ananda Tandava through an exuberant practice focused on standing poses and inversions, embracing the stability of our inner bodies while expanding freely into the space around us.
All workshops are open to all levels. Join us for one, two or all three!
Advance registration: $30 for either Saturday workshop and $45 for Sunday
Day of registration: additional $5 charge for either Saturday workshop or $10 for Sunday ($35 for either Saturday workshop or $50 for Sunday: All 3 $120)
Hazard Dlugasch for Mayor!
You gotta check this out. Dlugasch rocks hard.
Fixed. Thank you!
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