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    Raising the Bar
      Alcohol laws are wonky. Before Prohibition outlawed the manufacture and transportation of spirits, Americans had a robust appetite for the drink. In 1830, the average person drank buckets of the stuff (more than five gallons per person per year, compared to three gallons today), and took offense when the government imposed things like the whiskey tax, which led to one of the first insurgencies in America — the Whiskey Rebellion.
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  • 20 City Paper peeps worth remembering

    A send-up to the scribes who kept us going each week
      This is kind of a mean assignment. I slaved for 17 years as the founding editor of the City Paper, and I asked too much of my contributors and staffers: churn out a ton of copy on super tight deadlines for little pay — oh, and sometimes I'm gonna be a total bitch to you because I'm stressed as hell and can't take it anymore.
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  • 20+ Charlestonians we miss the most

    Wish You Were Here
      He might have been predictable, his tenure marked by slow and steady growth and progress, but we could rely on him to shepherd us into the future by brokering those infamous backroom deals with developers like the Beach Co.
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