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Re: “Everyone you ever loved or cared about is now in real estate

I'm a real Realtor and this is hysterical. The "selling & closing" part of the business is the bonus, the rest is lead generating. Not so glamorous and yet so rewarding.

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Posted by Denise Swift Holtz on November 18, 2017 at 10:40 AM

Re: “8 fall oyster roasts around Charleston to put on your calendar

Uhm today is the 18th of November and its a Saturday not a Sunday. Im very disappointed your editor. You all should be ashamed, I was planning on eating oysters all day and now I have to sit at home with my cat..

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Posted by Kati Zinck on November 18, 2017 at 10:12 AM

Re: “Molina Healthcare Thanksgiving Giveaway

I can't wait to experience this wonderful heart full event

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Posted by Elesha Washington on November 18, 2017 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Could the crush of development mean curtains for the peninsula's theaters?

Sadly, these issues are nothing new. The arts community in Charleston has been struggling with the same questions and the same space / occupancy issues since the mid-1990s. As the director of the Arts Council who led a visionary study in 1994 which identified exactly the same questions, I've seen and heard all the issues. In Charleston, we have a dearth of affordable real estate, and lack neglected industrial areas which are the typical areas where arts projects flourish. Arts incubators like the one in Alexandria, Virginia started in industrial buildings in depressed areas. Charleston has lacked any sort of downtrodden area with masses of abandoned spaces into which the arts community could blossom. There was a slight glimmer with John Knott and the Noisette development in North Charleston...but that was a non-starter. As your article points out, it requires a rainmaker with capital to front the restoration expense of a neglected building. While Charleston has had a number of people who have funded the arts for years, these benefactors are passing on. And even if an organization had a benefactor, the organization still must have the ability to financially sustain a space after development - and ticket prices rarely account for more than a fraction of the cost of upkeep. I have hoped that Enough Pie will stimulate development in the Neck. Sadly, the desire for a clustered mixed arts district remains elusive in our community.

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Posted by Connection Maven on November 18, 2017 at 8:01 AM

Re: “Everyone you ever loved or cared about is now in real estate

And if they're not in real estate, they're opening a restaurant...

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Posted by Connection Maven on November 18, 2017 at 7:37 AM

Re: “The Mavericks eschew major labels, musical ones too

This article really sums up the band. They dared to be different and its working.

Posted by Phil Griffin on November 18, 2017 at 7:05 AM
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