As part of the 14th installment of Charleston Wine + Food, the State of South Carolina's Tourism Office hosted media professionals to a brunch atop the new Hotel Bennett Piazza overlooking the Culinary Village in Marion Square. Here's one attendee's take on what the Palmetto State has to offer residents and tourists alike.
It's here! The Annual HALOS Oyster Roast, fun for a good cause. Admission price includes oyster oysters, chili, hot dogs, beer, wine, and live entertainment. A silent auction and wine-pull add to the fun.
In 2014 my first piece with Grit was something along the lines of “All the things your stylist wishes you knew”. For over a year I’ve read that particular piece and gotten tons of feedback from other stylists during my travels about the things they would add to it. I can’t help but find some of these things just hysterical and some of them necessary to repeat.
On November 3rd, 2015, the people of Charleston will do something that has not been done since 1975: go vote in a mayoral race that won’t have Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on the ballot. For this historical election, I decided to research the candidates to discover more about them, and determine who were my top choices and who I felt needed one more four year term before winning the hottest seat in town.
I’m working on debunking myths that circulate around dance. I’ve already tackled dance/sex (“No We Are Not Dating”), my lack of owning a dance studio (“No I Don’t Have a Dance Studio”), and today I want to talk about rhythm, coordination, and “Oh, I can’t dance.”