Suzie Q 
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Re: “Purée Café

I love Puree and I am not a vegetarian. Granted, my husband hesitated to go in when he saw the baby items for sale in the window, but they have changed it up a bit and added more seating and the food cannot be beat. We have been back many times since that first visit and we are never disappointed by the food. The Tempeh Burger is devine!

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Posted by Suzie Q on September 28, 2012 at 2:19 PM

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Re: “We must advocate for better mental health care among musicians and other creatives

Here is a song written by a musician that Box supported from a young age. The song is not only a tribute but also a message to those who are suffering so they know they have a community who is there for them.…

Posted by Suzie Q on November 29, 2019 at 9:12 PM

Re: “Six ways to sweat this summer

Pale Horse is amazing. I sing its praises constantly, but so far most of my friends are too intimidated to give it a go!

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Posted by Suzie Q on June 27, 2018 at 7:58 PM

Re: “Charleston musicians get political with their lyrics

It would have been nice to profile Chris Holly from Music Unlimited who has toured with the Romney Campaign, is known as the Tea Party Rocker and has been on Huckabee with Tim Scott. He even has a Mitt Romney Campaign Song:

It's nice to hear about musicians who support both sides.

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Posted by Suzie Q on October 25, 2012 at 12:09 PM

Re: “Can global warming or any science be corrupted by politics?

I think people often lump together the climate change argument with simple good sense conservation and becoming a more efficient, energy independent society. These days when I use the word "green" or "eco-friendly", I am automatically lumped in with the global warming groups. Not everyone who is passionate about our planet believes all the "climate change" rhetoric.

I believe it is our responsibility to do what we can individually to be less wasteful, challenge our government to offer solutions and benefits for dutiful recycling and energy conservation and to make it easy for citizens to save money and reduce their waste. Forcing change down people's throats never works. Education and sensible solutions are the answer - then the majority will follow.

Posted by Suzie Q on January 8, 2010 at 11:59 AM

Re: “Amen Street resurrected as a new Fish & Raw Bar

Can't wait to go for Girl's Night Out!

Posted by Suzie Q on January 8, 2010 at 10:43 AM

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