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Re: “The Big Picture Project

This is such a hidden gem, fabulous space and always highlighting inspiring work of photographers. Don't miss this!!

Posted by Chaunci on May 28, 2017 at 11:49 AM

Re: “Off The Wall

This was amazing! Very creative young artists showing their work, hearts and love for learning. Homeschoolers at their finest.

Posted by Chaunci on May 28, 2017 at 11:48 AM

Re: “Piccolo Spoleto Artist to Watch: Christopher Johnson, a.k.a. kolpeace

WOW! So cool to find your love of art and that people respond!!! Great job Kolpeace!!!! My niece, Dr. Britt Terry brought you to my attention. She is awfully proud of you!!

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Posted by Kathi Sircy on May 28, 2017 at 10:42 AM

Re: “Come to Rodney Scott's for the 'cue, stay for the catfish sandwich

Is he related to Tim?

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Posted by Laurie Sue on May 27, 2017 at 4:44 PM

Re: “Dee Dee Bridgewater offers hot tunes to a tepid crowd

I saw her show Friday night. She was fabulous and everyone around me, regardless of their color, was dancing and singing. Can't wait to see her again!

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Posted by ChinaGirl on May 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM

Re: “The invisible damage done by Charleston's smoking ban

I was told I had emphysema in 1987 when I was 45 years old. I smoked for 30 years, but quit smoking as soon as I was told that I had COPD. Quitting smoking was the hardest thing I ever did. But I knew I would die if I didn't. My health was getting so bad that I needed oxygen 24/7 and was down to 92lbs. Thankfully, in 1999 I got lung volume reduction surgery. It saved my life. I no longer needed oxygen and was able to climb stairs, dance, and travel the world. That good fortune lasted for almost 13 years. I am now back on oxygen 24/7 and can't climb stairs, dance or travel the world. i searched for alternative treatment Online i was introduced to Health herbal clinic by a friend here in the United states she told me they have successful herbal treatment to Emphysema and other lungs diseases. I spoke to few people who used the treatment here in USA and they all gave a positive response, so i immediately purchased the COPD herbal formula and commenced usage, its totally unexplainable how all the symptoms totally dissapeared, my cough was gone and i no longer experience shortness of breath(dyspnea), contact this herbal clinic via their email Info@ healthherbalclinic. net Or website www. healthherbalclinic. net Herbs are truely gift from God

Posted by Janice Elbert on May 27, 2017 at 3:01 AM

Re: “Dee Dee Bridgewater offers hot tunes to a tepid crowd

Wrong venue for the wrong, white, crowd.

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Posted by Harrison Hobbs Wright on May 27, 2017 at 2:22 AM

Re: “After 16 years in business, Cypress restaurant will close for good Sun. May 28

It's sad to see Cypress close. It was always one of our favorite places. Craig's passion for food, and especially charcuterie, will be missed.

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Posted by Joe Nowicki on May 26, 2017 at 2:12 PM

Re: “Steve Palmer and Mickey Bakst start F&B support group for drug and alcohol addiction

Amazed and humbled by Steve and Mickey. Proud to be involved with the new Atlanta chapter!!

Posted by Carrie Neal Walden on May 26, 2017 at 12:27 PM

Re: “Come to Rodney Scott's for the 'cue, stay for the catfish sandwich

I have been here a few times now and have tried the pork and the catfish along with greens. It has been great every time I go. Rodney's is only one of two Q places I frequent and you are definitely missing out on great cooking if you have not been yet. Thank you for coming to Charleston Mr. Scott! We love your family's cooking!

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Posted by Michael Ramey on May 26, 2017 at 12:13 PM

Re: “Brandon Plyler becomes South Carolina's first Advanced Cicerone

Piece could use a quick proof read/edit.

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Posted by GreenLight1078 on May 26, 2017 at 11:24 AM

Re: “Come to Rodney Scott's for the 'cue, stay for the catfish sandwich

Putting in a word, here, for the ribeye sandwich and the potato salad, which is a mustardy rendition that could have appeared at any of the church picnics of my childhood. Those greens are truly a masterpiece, and the catfish sandwich is a good reason to go there. I agree that the BBQ pork is hit or miss and kind of depends on the time of day. But it's full of flavor, and the prices are right. I love the place!

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Posted by Riverside on May 26, 2017 at 10:33 AM

Re: “New tricounty walk and bike plan shows the possibility of a connected Charleston region

What is the status of the bike lane over the Ashley River Bridge?

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Posted by Paul Luman on May 26, 2017 at 7:29 AM

Re: “The Agenda: Teck says 'largest city' rank not about bragging rights; Nonexistent ethics board already backed-up

Some came to Charleston because it was called the "HOLY" city not the "BIGGEST" city.
"STOP" all the frenzy by the real estate moguls="PLEASE"

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Posted by Ernest Duncan on May 26, 2017 at 7:20 AM

Re: “New ad from McDonald’s UK provides a startling glimpse into South Carolina life

Absolutely no "glimpse" of South Carolina here. Where are you from, Dustin?

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Posted by Elaine Murray on May 26, 2017 at 3:17 AM

Re: “Former owner of La Fourchette plans new French restaurant on Bogard

I knew Perig Goulet well from his days at La Fourchette. He's an arrogant, moody, average at best French chef who has a big chip on his shoulder because he has never been a success in his culinary career now approaching his late 50's. I wish he would have left Charleston and brought his "skills" to another city, but we'll have to put up with another one of his attempts at failure. Nothing to see here.

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Posted by Rick Wilson on May 26, 2017 at 2:52 AM

Re: “New ad from McDonald’s UK provides a startling glimpse into South Carolina life

We've never heard of the "South Carolina stack"! She may have had one, at a different restaurant. By the way we've lived in South Carolina for over 40 years and visit our Micky D's (McDonald's) quite often.

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Posted by JoyBird Hogue on May 25, 2017 at 7:04 PM

Re: “Charleston diners, stop asking servers this question

The thing is that the typical level of "service" is, in my experience, so execrable that when people encounter somebody who is half on the ball they can only assume that they're on the way to something else.

Posted by CH Carroll on May 25, 2017 at 4:49 PM

Re: “The Agenda: S.C.'s radioactive landfill; New ethics probe bigger than 'Lost Trust'?; Moped rules sharpened

The Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC? You mean the one Barack Hussein Obama "scrapped"? Obama's best buddy, Vladimir Putin, backed out of a treaty with the U.S. to safely dispose of 34 metric tons of weapons grade plutonium (SOURCE This is after Obama did Putin a favor by backing out of the missile defense system in Eastern Europe which Putin opposed (OBAMA-RUSSIA COLLUSION!). Obama did Putin many favors, only the FAKE NEWS media never wanted to report it. The plant is Aiken, SC was abandoned by Obama and his Muslim Brotherhood counseled administration.

World Food Program? Listen, most of us are having a hard enough time putting food on the table for our own families. I mean, those of us who aren't stealing from taxpayers and having taxpayers pay for our own meals via the food stamp program which should be renamed the "rob peter to pay for paul's food program." If you are such a bleeding heart humanitarian, try reaching into your own pocket to provide food for the whole world. There's so many redundant food welfare programs (both private and public) it is hard to believe anyone is actually starving in America. In matter of fact, we have an obesity problem. Most of the people on food stamps are obese. What part of 'America First' do you not understand? Because Venezuelans voted in a Communist (Hugo Chavez) and there wasn't any incentive for anyone to go into business and open a bakery because, you know, "capitalism is evil," now it is my responsibility to feed all the commies in Venezuela because their government rationed bread lines stretch miles? Where's all the liberal democrat progressive neo-marxists who supported Hugo Chavez? Sean Penn, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Campbell, Oliver Stone, Danny Glover, Courtney Love, Jesse Jackson, and the rest of the liberal losers?

And where in the Constitution does it say that it is the Federal Government's job to feed the rest of the world? Do you even know what the enumerated powers are? These are charity functions that government not only should NOT be doing, but isn't even GOOD at doing! Every welfare program government operates has a ridiculously high overhead. Only a small fraction of the money government spends on these welfare programs actually makes it to the people who need it! I urge you to start your own not-for-profit and engage in these philanthropies yourself if you believe so strongly in them! If only Democrats donated as much in charity as Republicans did...Or, here's an idea; donate to the Clinton Foundation since they're supposedly saving the world. You can contribute alongside the $143.5 million the Foundation received from investors in the Russian company Uranium One. Russia-Clinton Conspiracy!

Could you imagine if Trump had received $140+ million from Russian donors? All you have are allegations that someone in Russia might have paid a few thousand dollars for Flynn's travel costs. You alt-left snowflakes are hilariously hypocritical and conspiratorial.

And regarding mopeds, how long until you liberal democrat progressive neo-marxist fascists require us to register bicycles and scooters? Maybe I should register my push lawn mower too? More laws, more fees, more permits. "Gub'mint keeps me safe!" It's what you guys love. How many extra bureaucrats should we hire to administrate the new moped rules? Add 40% extra for the cost of their benefits. You guys claim to be against the "one percent" but continue to empower them and increase the debt you owe to them.

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Posted by Neo Marcist on May 25, 2017 at 3:34 PM

Re: “After 16 years in business, Cypress restaurant will close for good Sun. May 28

Hate to see this place go, one of the classics in Charleston, unlike some of the newer offerings!

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Posted by Rick Wilson on May 25, 2017 at 1:37 PM
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