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Re: “Southern Season

Great accents for a meal here. The bulk gourmet chocolate is wonderful in moderate amounts. The locally made Chocolate, from Charleston is the best I've ever head. Thrilled so see so many local producer's products here. The South, for all its faults, produces some of the finest food products on Planet earth and we don't need to go further to prepare really extraordinary meals. Italy is great and I love being there and eating their food with them. I was in Sienna once, at a Contrade dinner out on the street, just like you see in the Movies. Their families made the cheese, pasta, sausage, wine, olive oil and vegetables that were part of our meal. I met the people whose families had owned those farms, factories and cheese houses for centuries. There is no greater celebration of a culture than to eat it's food grown and made by the hands of people connected to its land. Sometimes on very special occassions we hold a dinner at our home and everthing on the table comes from within 100 miles of our house. This place makes that much easier.

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Posted by wjhamilton29464 on November 13, 2013 at 2:40 PM

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Re: “Charleston's major mass-transit project could change how SC commutes

This is a fundamentally dishonest post. It fails to admit that this system doesn't fofill the promises made in the 2015 I26 alt study. Its really only second rate BRT from Success Street in N. Charleston to I28/78 in N. Charleston. The rest is just buses in traffic. This will fail and it won't do what the region needs. It's a dishonest effort calculated to maintain the political landscape second rate leadership needs to survive which wouldn't last two years in a rigourous, transit enabled community envitonment. South Cackalay Crappy all the way. Real change starts on August 14 underneath I26. https://bfltransit.blogspot.com/2020/07/ta…

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Re: “Charleston civil rights hero and transportation advocate remembered

Wonderful article.

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Re: “Charleston Police backtrack after initially saying trans woman's assault had nothing to do with her gender identity

I gather the attacker hasn't yet been arrested?

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Re: “Speed Wagener with your Lowcountry traffic report

The best way to use CARTA is to download the transit app, which allows you to plan trips and track buses. If you simply want to know what trips are possible, you can plan local transit trips using Google Maps. Just click the bus icon for possible tranist trips. Works in hundreds of cities around the world.

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Re: “Reflecting on the life and work of Muhiyidin d'Baha

WE need collect and archive the record of his activism. Charelston's history has many missing pages. This shouldn't become one of them. https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/2/8/…

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