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Year: 201527 20142

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  • Scene: Dining and Dashing

    Pop-ups, churches, and studios
      Though it won’t be opening until next year, the future Mexican restaurant Pancito & Lefty held a pop-up dinner at Faculty Lounge on Thursday. The location will be on up-upper King Street in the old Zappo’s Pizza and food will (presumably) not be prepped on a re-purposed pool table as it was at Faculty Lounge — though kudos for the impromptu use of space.
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  • Scene: Bikes, Bourdain, and Rockabillaque

    Brock Talk
      Tuesday evening I went over to CofC to the Halsey Institute to the Pedal & Panache Fall soiree. You have to love an event with a bike valet. Such was the case last Tuesday at Charleston Moves Pedal & Panache Fall soiree. The biking advocacy group welcomed guests to The Halsey Institute where we viewed the works of artists Susan Klein and Jiha Moon and toured a vintage bicycle display while enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres.
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  • Scene: One hell of a hootenanny

    Films, auctions, and hoedowns
      The Charleston International Film Festival kicked off last week and it’s opening night was a red carpet affair replete with step-and-repeats and Chinese lanterns hanging from the trees overhead. After hitting up the open bar, I watched the screening of The Wannabe, a Martin Scorsese-executive produced film.
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  • Scene: Spooky warehouses and sexy cocktails

    Boo!
      I sort of thought I was going to see Drake dance around in a turtleneck when I showed up at 1505 King St. last week. But I was wrong. Instead, in a massive warehouse just slightly past King Street Cabaret strip club I arrived at Igniting Sound + Light, a 5-day popup art installation.
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  • A memorial, a Mac Off, and an ode to a mayor

    RIP, Gee
      On a somber Wednesday, I headed to Republic for their event honoring Gary “Gee” Alameda, our local favorite hot dog street vendor, friend, peacemaker, bodyguard, and hero. I was last at Republic on the fateful night of his untimely passing and his infectious presence was very much felt.
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