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E2: Thursday, January 17, 2013

what’s inside 4 | get out

david Quick previews outdoor options

5 | dollar days

check out dollar days, written by charleston scene editor allison nugent

6-9 | movies

the “can’t miss” movies of 2013, “broken city,” “the last stand”

10 | movie listings

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12-14 | food + bev

20-21 | feature story

15 | arts

22-25 | see and be scene

16-17 | music

26-29 | calendar, nightlife, sudoku

chucktown tavern, the original ms. rose’s fine food & cocktails, chew on this

a look at upcoming events

cd reviews, upcoming shows,

18-19 | weekend events

north charleston pops! will present “music of screen and stage”

30-34 | comics + tv grid with horoscopes and crossword puzzle

35 | trivia, abby

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COVER STORY: Another year, another set of “can’t miss” movies, plus a list of the releases set for 2013, including “Seventh Son,” in theaters in September. Pages 6-7

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charleston 2nd ‘destination marathon’

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here’s a tourism niche among the world’s growing population of endurance athletes known as the “destination marathon.” it’s basically runners, a demographic known for higherthan-average income levels, traveling to cities or places that tend to be popular vacation spots to run a marathon and have a mini-vacation, at least for a long weekend. hotels, restaurants and others who depend on tourism tend to like destination marfile/brad nettles/staff athons because the events are usually scheduled during Spectators watch as runners participating in the Charleston Marathon and Half Marathon head down King Street. cooler “off-season” months.

Join the party

among the better-known destination marathons in the u.s. are big sur in california, honolulu, new york and Mayor’s Midnight, held in alaska during the summer solstice. charleston’s primary destination marathon for three decades continues to be the kiawah island Marathon in december. like many, it features a half-marathon. unlike many, it restricts its numbers. on saturday, the charleston Marathon will emerge as the area’s second destination marathon, strategically held on the three-day Martin luther king Jr. holiday weekend.

previously complained didn’t feature much of charleston or the lowcountry landscape. The new route change adds only two more miles in charleston, for a total of eight in the downtown area. it includes the gorgeous vistas of the ashley river and charleston harbor along lockwood boulevard and The battery and all of king street. “i don’t know how much more we can get inside the city of charleston,” said howie schomer, one of the event’s co-founders and the point man on route design. “we’ve mapped this course hundreds of times over the years, and i don’t know how many variations we’ve had, but i think this one is really interesting.” Marathoners and halfmarathoners split from each other just before the Mile 10 mark on Viaduct road in north charleston. runners in the half then proceed toward north charleston highway while the marathoners head to the cooper river Marina and a short jaunt on a pier between miles 12 and 13.

to wait for the start inside burke and even have the ability to shower after the races at north charleston high. charleston Marathon board member kyle lahm added that the burke-to-north charleston high route not only provides relief to participants from bad weather but Working out kinks saves the organization money while the event is in its spent on tents and many porfourth year, the marathon table toilets. ample parking is in its third and has had its also exists at both sites. growing pains. Meanwhile, organizers also in 2010, organizers went have created a way to capture ahead with a half-marathon participants following the despite not being able to marathon by holding a street hammer out details for the party on a closed-off Monmarathon. but they ironed tague avenue, a short stroll out plans for 2011. from north charleston high. in all, the event features not scott cloud, past president only a marathon and halfof the olde north charlesmarathon, but a 5k and a ton Merchants association sunday bike ride, as well as a and owner of The barbecue kid’s “marathon” on Friday. Joint, said that the marathon The event, however, has had in the past two years “killed School to school some issues with the route business” because it not only another organization coup closed streets but deposited and logistics. Those appear to have been smoothed over, was the brilliant idea of start- runners and spectators at the ing the marathon and half at finish line at the navy yard. thanks, in part, to the event hiring a part-time race direc- burke Middle high school The route change, cloud in charleston and finishing tor, liz alford, in 2011. said, should be better for among the major changes at north charleston high those businesses, particularly is the route, which many school. runners will be able restaurants and bars.

“everyone i’ve talked to thinks it great,” cloud said. “anything we can do to drum up business after the holidays and before spring i’m all for.”

Hitting its stride

alford said all the tweaking appears to be paying off. registration for the event has climbed a substantial 20 percent this year. as of late last week, the half had 2,375 registrants, the marathon 1,030, the 5k 575 and the bike ride about 200. alford said about half of the registrants are coming from outside the charleston area. “it has totally become a destination marathon,” said alford, noting that conde nast magazine’s ranking of charleston as the no. 1 destination in the world didn’t hurt.

Road closures

alford said the marathon and half will feature a “rolling closure”; streets closed for the race will reopen as the last runners pass. and runners must keep a 15-minute per mile, or 4 mph, pace going. “we’ll be out of downtown charleston by 10 a.m.,” she said. “streets in north charleston will be reopened by 2 p.m.” For specifics on the route and closures, go to charleston marathon.com reach david Quick at 937-5516.


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local events celebrate martin luther king jr.

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onday marks Martin luther king Jr. day, celebrating the birth (Jan. 15), life and achievements of the civil rights leader. numerous events have been scheduled to honor the nobel peace prize winner, who has a street sign marking the neighborhood around spring and cannon streets as the Martin luther country gospel and gullah king Jr. Memorial district traditions. and a memorial in liberty performers include laura square in the works. ball, hazel ketchum, ann ‘songs of freedom’ caldwell, lindsay holler uned!ted, a local progresand students from charlessive arts and education ton collegiate school on movement, will present Johns island. “songs of Freedom: a liThe show will be perbrary sit-in” at 7 p.m. today. formed at the charleston local artists and students library society, 164 king will stage a “library concert st. tickets are $20, with $10 sit-in,” performing all civil student rush tickets available rights-era music from at 6 p.m. with a valid and credence clearwater recurrent student id. vival to Marvin gaye. The call 723-9912 or go to show also will feature low- www.charlestonlibrary

society.org or www. uneditedartists.com.

‘little light of mine’

The charleston symphony orchestra gospel choir and cso spiritual ensemble, in collaboration with the north charleston cultural arts department, will perform an inspirational concert at 7 p.m. saturday. titled “This little light of Mine,” the show acts as a tribute to the life and legacy of king and promises to bring “his legacy to life through music, imagery and narration.” The tribute is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for entry. tickets (limit four) can be picked up at the north charleston cultural arts department office at north charleston city hall, 2500 city hall lane, or at royal Missionary baptist church, 4761 luella ave.,

north charleston. The event is at the church. call 991-1035, 740-5854 or go to csogospel.com.

Marion square, causing road closures along the way. The parade is free to attend. call 722-1644.

mlk holiday parade

‘freedom rides on’

a popular event is the annual parade through downtown charleston, co-sponsored by the city of charleston and ywca. Featuring marching bands, civic leaders, church groups and business owners, the parade from burke high school to Marion square is all about celebrating the life and accomplishments of the civil rights advocate. dr. nancy Mcginley, superintendent of the charleston county school district, will act as parade marshal. The parade, which starts at 11 a.m. Monday, will proceed east on Fishburne street, north on ashley avenue, east on sumter street and south on king street to

The charleston symphony orchestra and cso spiritual ensemble, with guest conductor Jeffery ames, will perform “Freedom rides on: a tribute to the Freedom riders and Musical tribute to Martin luther king Jr.” The event will highlight the courageous actions of the renowned Freedom riders in a musical and visual performance featuring spirituals and moving classical selections woven together with narration by dr. karen chandler of the college of charleston and historical images of king and the Freedom riders movement. The performance, which will be at 5 p.m. Monday at Morris street baptist

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. acknowledges the crowd at the Lincoln Memorial for his “I Have a Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963. church, 25 Morris st., is free and open to the public. an entry ticket (limit two) is required. call 991-1035 or 723-7528, or go to www.csospiritual. com or www.charleston symphony.com.


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10 movies that can’t miss in 2013 Highlights of this year’s film lineup

by barry koltnow The Orange County Register

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stopped believing in “sure things” when i was 16. That summer, i worked the night shift at a Jersey shore restaurant as a busboy. each afternoon, i transformed into a degenerate teenage gambler. i didn’t lose a lot of money because i didn’t have a lot of money, but i played the ponies regularly and sat in a reserved box when i went to the track. one night, a professional gambler who was a restaurant regular gave my boss a tip on a horse that couldn’t lose. rumor had it that the trainer of the horse had been holding him back in an attempt to jack up the odds. Finally, it was time to collect. The horse was going off at 16-1, and he was so lightly regarded from his previous races that he had been dropped in class so that he was competing against inferior animals. i ran all over town trying to raise money for the bet, and eventually amassed a fortune. i think it was around $60. The next day, i went to the track and placed the bet. as the race was about to begin, i started to fantasize about how i would spend my winnings. when the bell rang, my horse accidentally bumped the starting gate and got turned around. he stood there dazed and confused, and by the time he realized which way he was supposed to run, the rest of the field was halfway to the finish line. My horse lost by a nose, proving that the tip wasn’t bad, but there are no sure things. it also proved that crime doesn’t pay, and there are no shortcuts in life. it was a lapse in judgment to go along with a “fix,” but i was a stupid teenager. i have tried to live an honest life in the ensuing years, but i still feel strongly that there are no sure things.

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highlights of hollywood’s 2013 schedule (release dates are subject to change):

January

“hansel and gretel: witch hunters”: the fairy-tale siblings (Jeremy renner and gemma arterton) are all grown-up and bagging crones for a living.

February

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Zachary quinto (from left), as Spock, Benedict Cumberbatch as John Harrison, and Chris Pine as Kirk in a scene in the film “Star Trek: Into Darkness.”

are not necessarily the best movies of the coming year, but the ones that seem, well, like a sure thing. in chronological order:

1. ‘Iron Man 3’ (May 3):

billionaire industrialist tony stark battles the formidable asian foe known as The Mandarin, played by noted asian actor ben kingsley. huh?

2. ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ (May 17):

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Robert Downey Jr. stars as Tony Stark/Iron Man in Marvel’s “Iron Man 3.” nowhere is that more true than in hollywood, where nothing is guaranteed. For instance, the 1992 movie “buffy the Vampire slayer,” which starred kristy swanson, had so much positive buzz surrounding it that ev-

eryone in town agreed that it couldn’t miss. so-called experts promised that you could bet the farm on it. well, it bombed. That said, here are 10 movies in 2013 that are sure things at the box office.These

director J.J. abrams is back at the helm, and chris pine returns as James t. kirk to lead the crew of the enterprise into the final frontier in pursuit of a terrorist who turned starfleet into a shambles.

3. ‘The Fast and the Furious 6’ (May 24):

after the fifth chapter in the film series made $626 million at the box office, it was a sure thing that we’d see a sixth. dwayne Johnson joins Vin diesel and paul walker.

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“beautiful creatures”: a southern teen (alden ehrenreich) finds love with a mysterious newcomer (alice englert) in the adaptation of the best-selling supernatural romance. “bullet to the head”: sylvester stallone plays a hit man teamed with a cop as they seek to avenge their respective partners’ deaths. “dark skies”: keri russell stars in a supernatural thriller about a family terrorized by an evil force. “a good day to die hard”: bruce willis and son try to foil a nuke heist in moscow in the fifth chapter in the “die hard” franchise. “identity thief”: Jason bateman’s desperate to get his good name restored after a woman (melissa mccarthy) appropriates his identity. “snitch”: dwayne Johnson’s a dad who goes undercover with a drug cartel to clear his son on a narcotics charge. “top gun”: tom cruise takes to the air again with a 3-d reissue of his 1986 smash, playing a limited run at imaX theaters.

March

“admission”: tina fey and paul rudd star in the story of a straightlaced college admissions officer bending the rules for an unusual teen. “the croods”: nicolas cage, emma stone and ryan reynolds lead the voice cast in an animated comedy about prehistoric cave dwellers in search of a new home. “g.i. joe: retaliation”: bruce willis and dwayne Johnson join up with channing tatum as the team battles its old enemy, cobra, and new foes in their own government. “jack the giant slayer”: the fairy-tale beanstalk climber (nicholas hoult) is hurled into battle

against a race of giants. “the incredible burt wonderstone”: steve carell and steve buscemi are star vegas magicians fending off an upstart (Jim carrey). “the last exorcism: part ii”: turns out that last exorcism was only next to last as ashley bell returns as a teen terrorized by an evil force. “oz the great and powerful”: sam raimi spins the story of how a certain wizard (James franco) came to the land of oz. “tyler perry’s temptation”: the prolific filmmaker tells a dark drama about a married woman caught up with a dashing billionaire.

april

“the big wedding”: family farce rules in a nuptial comedy featuring robert de niro, diane keaton, katherine heigl, amanda seyfried and robin williams. “evil dead”: sam raimi and original star bruce campbell produce a new take on their horror tale about friends who unleash demons at a cabin in the woods. “42”: harrison ford plays brooklyn dodgers boss branch rickey as he signs major league baseball’s first black player, Jackie robinson (chadwick boseman). “the heat”: an uptight fbi agent (sandra bullock) teams up with a trash-talking cop (melissa mccarthy) to take down a drug lord. “jurassic park”: dinosaurs roam the screen world again with a 3-d reissue of steven spielberg’s blockbuster. “oblivion”: tom cruise is a repair guy of the future caught in a fight with aliens on a devastated earth. “pain & gain”: three bodybuilders (mark wahlberg, dwayne Johnson and anthony mackie) concoct a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong. “scary movie 5”: the frightflick lampoon franchise returns to spoof another rush of recent hollywood hits.

May

“about time”: a time traveler (domhnall gleeson) gets continual do-overs to re-arrange his romantic life with the woman of his dreams (rachel mcadams). “epic”: colin farrell and amanda seyfried lead the voice cast in the animated story of a girl

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transported to a magical forest where a battle rages between good and evil. “fast and furious 6”: vin diesel, paul walker and dwayne Johnson put on more speed in the follow-up to the franchise’s rejuvenating fifth installment. “the great gatsby”: leonardo dicaprio, tobey maguire and carey mulligan star in baz luhrmann’s adaptation of f. scott fitzgerald’s classic. “the hangover part iii”: bradley cooper, ed helms and zach galifianakis find more morning-after trouble, this time without even a bachelor party to blame. “iron man 3”: robert downey Jr. gets into heavy-metal mode again as the superhero finds his privileged life uprooted by a villain. “the purge”: a couple (ethan hawke and lena headey) fights to survive a government-sanctioned night when all crime, even murder, is legal. “star trek: into darkness”: kirk (chris pine), spock (zachary Quinto) and the starship enterprise warp into action in J.J. abrams’ sci-fi sequel. “we the peeples”: a man (craig robinson) finds dysfunction galore when he crashes a family reunion to propose to his girlfriend (kerry washington).

4. ‘The Hangover Part III’ (May 24):

June

“after earth”: will smith and real-life son Jaden play a dad and his boy stranded on earth 1,000 years after humans fled the planet. “the internship”: “wedding crashers” buddies vince vaughn and owen wilson reteam as down-and-out salesmen battling smart, young prospects for jobs at google. “kick-a** 2”: Joined by Jim carrey as a new vigilante, aaron taylor-Johnson and chloe grace moretz return to battle newly minted super-villain christopher mintz-plasse. “man of steel”: it’s a fresh start for the kid from krypton, with henry cavill as the boy who falls to earth and becomes its protector as superman. “monsters university”: the prequel to “monsters, inc.” chronicles the college days of the lovable beasties voiced by billy crystal and John goodman. “this is the end”: seth rogen, Jay baruchel and other celebrities cope with the apocalypse while partying it up at James franco’s house. “white house down”: Jamie foxx is president and channing tatum’s the secret service guy protecting him when a paramilitary group invades. “world war z”: brad pitt’s a united nations guy racing to stop a zombie outbreak that could wipe out humanity.

an orange county freeway was closed for weekend filming of this sequel, so looking for local landmarks is the only reason i can think of to see this movie.

5. ‘Man of Steel’ (June 14):

Zack snyder (“300,” “watchmen”) directs this origins story that stars henry cavill as superman and amy adams as lois lane.

6. ‘The Wolverine’ (July 26):

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Henry Cavill is shown as Superman in a scene from “Man of Steel.”

July

“the conjuring”: paranormal investigators (vera farmiga and patrick wilson) face demonic terror at a secluded farmhouse. “despicable me 2”: steve carell returns to voice the reformed super-villain in the animated sequel. “grown ups 2”: adam sandler, kevin James, chris rock and david spade have some more maturing to do in their comedy sequel. “the lone ranger”: Johnny depp is spirit warrior tonto to armie hammer’s masked lawman as they hit the trail in the old west. “pacific rim”: two pilots (charlie hunnam and rinko kikuchi) controlling a giant robot join a last-ditch battle against colossal sea creatures. “r.i.p.d.”: ryan reynolds and Jeff bridges are undead cops dispatched from the great beyond to fight supernatural baddies. “the smurfs 2”: the little blue folks return in another live-action and animation combo. “turbo”: ryan reynolds heads the voice cast in the animated story of a snail with amazing speed who takes on the indianapolis 500. “the wolverine”: hugh Jackman bares his metal claws again as he continues his “X-men” superhero spinoff.

august

“elysium”: on a blighted future earth, matt damon’s a have-not battling to reach an orbiting paradise where the rich live in splendor. “getaway”: a race driver (ethan hawke) enlists a computer hacker (selena gomez) to help find his kidnapped wife.

“percy jackson: sea of monsters”: sea god poseidon’s son (logan lerman) returns in search of the mythical golden fleece. “300: rise of an empire”: it’s outnumbered greeks against invading persians again in the follow-up to the ancient-world hit. “2 guns”: denzel washington and mark wahlberg partner up as feuding feds on the run in an undercover drug operation. “we’re the millers”: a stripper (Jennifer aniston) and a pot dealer (Jason sudeikis) pose as vacationing parents to smuggle marijuana from mexico.

september:

“cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2”: the machine that turns water into food now is creating strange animal hybrids in the animated sequel. “i, frankenstein”: aaron eckhart’s the creature made from spare parts, now caught in a war between immortal clans. “the little mermaid”: the animated underwater musical returns in a 3-d re-release. “prisoners”: a desperate dad (hugh Jackman) goes to extremes to retrieve his abducted daughter. “riddick”: vin diesel’s back as an escaped con fighting aliens and mercenaries in a follow-up to “pitch black” and “the chronicles of riddick.” “runner runner”: an online gambling whiz (Justin timberlake) tries to turn the tables on his devious mentor (ben affleck). “rush”: ron howard’s grand prix tale stars chris hemsworth as british driver James hunt and daniel bruhl as austrian rival niki lauda.

“star wars episode ii: attack of the clones”: surly teen anakin skywalker finds love and turns toward the dark side in a 3-d reissue.

October

“captain phillips”: tom hanks stars in the true-life story of a u.s. cargo ship hijacked by somali pirates. “carrie”: high school’s deadliest wallflower returns in a new take on stephen king’s horror story, with chloe grace moretz and Julianne moore. “delivery man”: an underachieving sperm donor (vince vaughn) learns he fathered 533 children 20 years earlier. “frank miller’s sin city: a dame to kill for”: graphic novelist miller and robert rodriguez direct a follow-up to their stylish crime saga “sin city.” “the seventh son”: a knight (Jeff bridges) trains his apprentice (ben barnes) to fight an evil witch (Julianne moore). “star wars: episode iii: revenge of the sith”: darth vader rises again with a 3-d re-release of the prequel trilogy’s finale.

November

“ender’s game”: harrison ford’s a future military leader training youths to fight against invading aliens. “frozen”: kristen bell voices a spirited hero aiming to save a kingdom trapped in eternal winter in an animated adventure. “the hunger games: catching fire”: Jennifer lawrence is pressed back into the deadly televised competition in part two of

the post-apocalyptic series. “mr. peabody & sherman”: the tv cartoon hits the bigscreen as a genius dog and his human pal travel in time to repair history. “thor: the dark world”: chris hemsworth’s norse god goes solo again after “the avengers” to battle an ancient race of evil.

December

“anchorman ii”: this just in, will ferrell, steve carell and paul rudd return for more newsroom laughs. “47 ronin”: keanu reeves leads outcast samurai on a mission of vengeance against the overlord who killed their master. “the hobbit: the desolation of smaug”: peter Jackson continues his second middleearth trilogy as bilbo baggins and his dwarf pals head into dragon country. “jack ryan”: tom clancy’s cia hero gets new life in an action update starring chris pine as the agency analyst. “last vegas”: old guys rule as michael douglas, robert de niro, morgan freeman and kevin kline relive their youth on a bachelorparty bash. “the monuments men”: george clooney directs and stars in the world war ii story of art experts sent into germany to recover masterpieces stolen by the nazis. “saving mr. banks”: tom hanks is walt disney as he tries to win the film rights to “mary poppins” from reluctant author p.l. travers (emma thompson).

The world can be divided into two camps: people who love the singing and dancing hugh Jackman, and people who prefer the actor in his recurring role as this iconic Marvel character. wouldn’t it be funny to run a double feature of “The wolverine” and “les Miserables”?

7. ‘Thor: The Dark World’ (Nov. 8):

chris hemsworth is back from “The avengers” to do a little solo world-saving again. This time, he faces a gang of dark elves.

8. ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ (Nov. 22):

it’s still mind-boggling that young actress Jennifer lawrence successfully alternates teen action movies with oscar-nominated turns in more adult fare.

9. ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ (Dec. 13):

There were media naysayers who insisted that the first part of the trilogy wasn’t very good and had a disappointing opening weekend at the box office. truth is that the film received the highest score in a national survey of moviegoers who had just seen it, and the opening weekend’s gross was $223 million.

10. ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’ (Dec. 20): The anchorman who is more man than most is back after a nine-year absence. what took so long, will Ferrell?


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Mark Wahlberg stars as private investigator Billy Taggart, who risks everything as he tries to uncover big city corruption, in “Broken City.”

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hughes goes solo for ‘broken city’ by chris lee Los Angeles Times

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or the past two decades, allen hughes’ primary renown has been based on joint credit. he and his identical twin, albert, are known around hollywood as the hughes brothers, the hydra-headed filmmaking duo responsible for such breakthroughs as the blistering 1993 gangsta drama “Menace ii society” and the denzel washington-starring post-apocalyptic thriller “The book of eli” in 2010. ask allen hughes what compelled him to dissolve the enduring creative partnership to strike out on his own this year, however, and the director is likely to start talking about The beatles. “it’s like a rock group,” hughes said. “paul Mccartney and John lennon. They got into different zones, and it became a challenge for them to get in the same zone creatively. as you get older, you become your own man. you want to show people what you’re capable of. espe-

cially when you’re a twin.” after co-directing five films with albert, allen hughes’ first solo outing is the gritty political potboiler “broken city,” which reaches theaters Friday. The $35 million film follows disgraced ex-copturned-private eye billy taggart (Mark wahlberg), who gets dragged into a web of double-dealing, backstabbing and intrigue when new york Mayor nicholas hostetler (russell crowe) enlists him to investigate his wife’s suspected infidelities. it’s a movie for grown-ups that pays implicit homage to the neo-noir of such ’70s suspense masters as sidney lumet and roman polanski: a throwback cocktail of greed, big-city horse trading, murder and institutional corruption. and it’s certainly a far cry from the gats-and-gangs ’hood drama that put the hughes brothers on the map 20 years ago. “if it was alcohol, ‘Menace ii society’ would be Jack daniel’s,” hughes explained. “i feel like ‘broken city’ is

nice wine. it’s mature and opened up and complex. substance is what i was focused on mainly.” after discovering screenwriter brian tucker’s script on the 2008 black list, which showcases hollywood’s hottest unproduced screenplays, hughes earmarked the role of taggart for wahlberg and reached out to the star in 2010, several months before wahlberg was to land some of the best reviews of his career for his turn in the boxing drama “The Fighter.” The actor quickly signed on as both the lead and producer of “broken city.” “The character is funny, edgy, tragic. he’s flawed, he’s the underdog,” said hughes. “he’s endearing. he’s everything that Mark is.” Thanks to the strict physical regimen he implemented to portray Jor-el, superman’s father, in director Zack snyder’s upcoming “Man of steel,” russell crowe appears slimmed down and buffed up in “broken city.” he emanates a kind of purring teflon malevolence as prime

manipulator of new york’s corridors of power. “challenging, not difficult,” is how hughes describes the notoriously mercurial crowe’s on-set mien. The director is quick to point out that he and albert are closer to one another at age 40 than at any other time in their lives. and hughes put in perspective what distinguished their yin-yang partnership from that of filmdom’s other successful sibling collaborations. “whether it’s tony and ridley scott, the wachowskis, the coen brothers, there’s a hierarchy. it’s usually the older one who is alpha,” he said. “as twins, albert and me didn’t have that. everything had to be totally equal. but you get to the point where you go, ‘everything’s equal. but, well, who ... am i?’ ” “i think this movie respects what my brother and i have built,” hughes continued. “and at the same time, it sends the signal that i’m going in this direction now.”


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thursday, January 17, 2013: E9

‘ahnuld’ is back

schwarzenegger has starring role in ‘the last stand’ by John anderson Newsday

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here has been an enormous sense of finality to the films of arnold schwarzenegger, at least if you judge by the titles: “The last action hero.” “end of days.” “The long goodbye.” “The terminator,” of course. but after all the mayhem, muscles and mangled dialogue, one should never forget the most famous ahnuldism of all: “i’ll be back.” and so he is. This Friday, the onetime Mr. universe, governor of california and recent target of the tabloids opens in a new feature, “The last stand,” which promises no more sense of conclusion to schwarzenegger’s acting career than any other movie he’s done since 1969 and “hercules in new york” (in which he appeared as “arnold strong”). in fact, the austrian oak, as he has been known, has about six films in the pipeline, including a rumored “terminator 5” and another one with a funereal title, “The tomb.” “The last stand,” directed by the south korean Jeewoon kim, and shot in a manner that implies far more action than it actually captures, finds schwarzenegger in a familiar role: gun-toting avenger and champion of goodness. his character, the germanically accented ray owens, is the sheriff of sleepy sommerton Junction, a town where almost everyone has left for the weekend and through which a ruthless south american drug lord/ Fbi fugitive is planning to make a dash for the Mexican border (racing a customized corvette c6 Zr1 in one of the more prolonged cases of product placement in movie history). alienated at first by the dismissive agent in charge of the

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Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as Ray Owens in “The Last Stand.” case (Forest whitaker), ray decides to take on gabriel cortez (eduardo noriega), even though he’s surrounded by a misfit crowd of imbecile sidekicks that includes the aptly named lewis dinkum (Johnny knoxville), a local moron with a huge at-home arsenal. “The last stand,” schwarzenegger’s first starring role since “terminator: rise of the Machines” in 2003 (the year he was elected governor), isn’t likely to supplant any of the actor’s better-known films, which include “total recall,” “true lies” and “The running Man.” but it does provide an excuse to look back at one of the more remarkable careers in the history of the movies. schwarzenegger was, after all, a heavily accented austrian immigrant, a star in a sport usually subject to public derision (body building) and a physical specimen unsuited to most lead roles, and unknown to leading men. despite a star quality (and ruthlessness) evident in the documentary “pumping iron,” no one knew what

to do with schwarzenegger, until “conan the barbarian.” after that, he didn’t so much adapt to hollywood as bend it to his will. “conan,” after all, was camp: part of the joke was that there was an actual human being who so closely resembled the Frank Frazetta illustrations that graced robert e. howard’s tales of the hyborian age. That schwarzenegger wasn’t an actor didn’t matter; the whole thing was a good-natured joke (including conan’s declaration about what is best in life: “to crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentations of the women”). and yet, little by little, one stallone at a time, the nature of the action movie hero changed from being tall, dark, handsome and serious to being sometimes short, and definitely droll: The schwarzenegger-style punch lines to what would otherwise have been dark scenes became de rigueur in action films (“considah dat a divorce,” he tells “wife” sharon

stone in “total recall,” after shooting her in the head; “let off some steam, bennett,” he tells Vernon wells in “commando” after pinning him to a boiler with a 10-foot pipe). The groaners, mixed with schwarzenegger’s inflectionfree delivery, changed action movies forever. all the tropes are revisited in “The last stand,” although the action star isn’t quite up to the action; kim does what he can to make schwarzenegger appear limber, but he seems barely able to cross the street. There are long, schwarzenegger-free stretches of story line involving that corvette, the runaway drug lord, the pursuit by the Fbi and a protracted car chase through a cornfield that could well involve anybody, not necessarily the kid who came out of Thal, austria, to become one of the biggest movie stars in the world. but don’t count him out. or gone. it may well be time to say, “hasta la vista, baby,” but the governator’s going nowhere.


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The post and courier score: Out of 5 stars g: General Audiences pg: Parental Guidance pg-13: Parents strongly cautioned, some content unsuitable for children under 13 nr: Not Rated r: Restricted

Note: Dates and times are subject to change. Call the theater to make sure times are correct.

Opening Broken City r

an ex-cop-turned-private eye (mark wahlberg) is double-crossed when the mayor (russell crowe) hires him to investigate his scandalous, cheating wife (catherine zeta-Jones).

cinebarre: fri: 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:05; satsun: 10:35, 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:05; mon-Jan. 24: 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:05 citadel: fri-Jan. 24: 1:20, 4:05, 7:10, 9:40 james island: fri: 4:05, 7:10, 9:50; satmon: 1:15, 4:05, 7:10, 9:50; tues-Jan. 24: 4:05, 7:10, 9:50 northwoods: fri-Jan. 24: 1:25, 4:05, 7:05, 9:40

The Last Stand r

a drug kingpin escapes fbi custody and races toward the mexican border but is challenged by a small-town sheriff (arnold schwarzenegger) and his inept and inexperienced staff. cinebarre: fri: 1:15, 4:15, 7:40, 10:15; satsun: 10:40, 1:15, 4:15, 7:40, 10:15; mon-Jan. 24: 1:15, 4:15, 7:40, 10:15 citadel: fri-Jan. 24: 1:25, 4:10, 7:05, 9:35 james island: fri: 4:10, 6:55, 9:30; satmon: 1:20, 4:10, 6:55, 9:30; tues-Jan. 24: 4:10, 6:55, 9: northwoods: fri-Jan. 24: 1:10, 4, 7, 9:30

Mama pg-13

a supernatural thriller about two rescued young sisters who move in with their uncle and his girlfriend but may have brought an evil presence with them from the woods.

cinebarre: fri: 1:20, 4:20, 7:45, 10:25; sat-sun: 10:55, 1:20, 4:20, 7:45, 10:25; monJan. 24: 1:20, 4:20, 7:45, 10:25 citadel: fri-Jan. 24: 1:10, 4, 7, 9:30 james island: fri: 4:15, 7:05, 9:35; satmon: 1:30, 4:15, 7:05, 9:35; tues-Jan. 24: 4:15, 7:05, 9:35 northwoods: fri-Jan. 24: 1:20, 3:50, 7:15, 9:40

Playing Anna Karenina 1/2 r

a high-society russian aristocrat has an adulterous affair with an affluent count. citadel: today: 1, 3:50

Argo

1/2 r

this film chronicles a cia operation to free six american hostages during the 1979 iranian revolution. citadel: today: 7:05, 9:35; fri-Jan. 24: 6:50, 9:30

TheaTers

james island: fri: 4, 6:50, 9:40; satmon: 1, 4, 6:50, 9:40; tues-Jan. 24: 4, 6:50, 9:40

Django unchained

1/2 r

a slave-turned-bounty hunter (Jamie foxx) teams up with his mentor to hunt down a ruthless gang and rescue his wife from a brutal mississippi plantation owner (leonardo dicaprio).

cinebarre: today-fri: 3:05, 7:15, 10:45; sat-sun: 11:30, 3:05, 7:15, 10:45; mon-Jan. 24: 3:05, 7:15, 10:45 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 12:20, 4, 7:30 hwy 21: fri-sun: 9:10 james island: today-fri: 4:25, 8; satmon: 12:45, 4:25, 8; tues-Jan. 24: 4:25, 8 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 12:20, 3:40, 7:15

Gangster Squad 1/2 r

in 1949, lapd outsiders (Josh brolin and ryan gosling) take on gangster mickey cohen (sean penn) in order to keep the mafia’s gambling, drugs, guns and prostitutes off the los angeles streets. cinebarre: today: 12:55, 3:55, 7:30, 10:15; fri: 1:05, 4:05, 7:35, 10:10; sat-sun: 10:25, 1:05, 4:05, 7:35, 10:10; mon-Jan. 24: 1:05, 4:05, 7:35, 10:10 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 1:10, 3:55, 7, 9:35 james island: today-fri: 4:10, 7, 9:45; sat-mon: 1:15, 4:10, 7, 9:45; tues-Jan. 24: 4:10, 7, 9:45 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 1:15, 4, 7, 9:30

The Guilt Trip  pg-13

an inventor (seth rogen) takes a road trip to sell his new product and ends up joined by his mother (barbra streisand). hwy 21: fri-sun: 9:15 northwoods: today: 7:15, 9:35

A Haunted House

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The Hobbit: An unexpected Journey

Life of Pi

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adventure of a 16-year-old boy who ends up in a lifeboat with a bengal tiger.

pg-13

bilbo baggins joins gandalf the grey and a group of dwarves on an epic journey to the lonely mountain.

cinebarre: today: 7, fri: 7, 10:35; satsun: 11:25, 7, 10:35; mon-Jan. 24: 7, 10:35 cinebarre 3-d: today: 3, 10:35; fri-Jan. 24: 3 citadel imax 3d: today-Jan. 24: 12:30, 5, 8:30 james island 3-d: today: 4:15, 8 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 12:30, 4, 7:30

Hyde Park on Hudson

pg

hwy 21: fri-sun: 7

Lincoln

 pg-13

this drama focuses on president lincoln through his final months in office. cinebarre: today: 12:25, 3:25, 7:05, 10:20; fri-Jan. 24: 12:25, 3:25, 7:05 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 12:15, 3:30, 6:45, 9:45 james island: fri: 4:30, 7:55; sat-mon: 1:45, 4:30, 7:55; tues-Jan. 24: 4:30, 7:55

1/2

Monsters, Inc. 3-D

the story of the love affair between fdr and his distant cousin, margaret stuckley, centers around the weekend in 1939 when the king and queen of the u.k. visited upstate new york.

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terrace: today-Jan. 24: 12:50, 3, 5, 7:15, 9:20

The Impossible 1/2 pg-13

an account of a family caught in the mayhem of one of the worst natural catastrophes of our time.

citadel: today: 1:15, 3:55, 7:05, 9:35; friJan. 24: 1:15, 3:55, 7:05 james island: today: 4:15, 7:05, 9:40

Jack Reacher  pg-13

a former military police officer (tom cruise) investigates a case to clear a military sniper accused of homicide.

cinebarre: today: 12:50, 3:50, 7:35, 10:30 citadel: today: 1:10, 6:55 james island: today: 4:05, 7:10, 10:15 northwoods: today: 12:50, 3:40, 6:55, 9:45; fri-Jan. 24: 7:05, 9:45

r

Les Miserables in this comedy-horror spoof, malcolm 1/2 (marlon wayans) requires the help of pg-13 a priest, psychic and other mediums this musical tells the story of a police when his girlfriend becomes possessed. inspector’s (russell crowe) decadescinebarre: today: 1:05, 4:05, 7:45, 9:55; long pursuit of an ex-prisoner (hugh fri: 1:25, 4:25, 7:50, 10; sat-sun: 11:10, 1:25, Jackman), who has raised a young girl 4:25, 7:50, 10; mon-Jan. 24: 1:25, 4:25, 7:50, as his daughter, who has fallen in love 10 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 1, 3:05, 5:10, 7:20, with a young revolutionary. 9:30 hwy 21: fri-sun: 7:30 james island: today-fri: 4, 6:50, 9:15; sat-mon: 1:20, 4, 6:50, 9:15; tues-Jan. 24: 4, 6:50, 9:15 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 1, 3:05, 5:10, 7:20, 9:30

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cinebarre: today-fri: 3:10, 7:10, 10:40; sat-sun: 11:35, 3:10, 7:10, 10:40; mon-Jan. 24: 3:10, 7:10, 10:40 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 12:20, 4, 7:30 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 12:20, 3:30, 6:45, 9:55 terrace: today-Jan. 24: 1, 4, 7, 9:35

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sully and mike wazowski generate the city’s power with the screams of children, but things are disrupted when one girl follows them into monstropolis. citadel: today-Jan. 24: 12:50, 2:55, 5 northwoods: today: 12:35, 2:45, 4:55

Parental Guidance

parents and bonds with a mysterious girl (Jennifer lawrence).

cinebarre: fri: 1, 4, 7:20, 10; sat-sun: 10:15, 1, 4, 7:20, 10; mon-Jan. 24: 1, 4, 7:20, 10 citadel: today-Jan. 24: 1:30, 4:05, 7, 9:45 northwoods: fri-Jan. 24: 1:30, 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 terrace: today-thus Jan. 24: 12:35, 2:45, 5:05, 7:20, 9:30

Skyfall

 pg-13

James bond must destroy a threat to mi6.

cinebarre: today: 3:40, 10:10 citadel: today: 6:50, 9:45; fri-Jan. 24: 9:35

Texas Chainsaw 3-D 1/2 r

a young woman travels to texas to collect an inheritance, but encounters a chainsaw-wielding killer. cinebarre: today: 1, 4, 7:50, 10:05 citadel: today: 12:45, 2:55, 5:05, 7:20, 9:40; fri-Jan. 24: 7:20, 9:40 james island: today: 4, 9:25 james island 2d: today-fri: 7 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 12:40, 2:50, 5, 7:20, 9:35

1/2

This Is 40

grandparents agree to watch their three grandchildren but run into some challenges when they try to use their old-fashioned parenting styles.

a follow-up on the life, marriage and struggles of pete and debbie, first introduced in the film “knocked up.”

pg

citadel: today-Jan. 24: 12:10, 2:30, 4:50, 7:10, 9:30 northwoods: today-Jan. 24: 12:15, 2:35, 4:50, 7:10, 9:30

Promised Land

1/2 r

cinebarre: today: 12:45, 3:45, 7:20, 10:25; fri-Jan. 24: 10:20 citadel: today: 3:55, 9:45 james island: today: 4, 6:55, 10 northwoods: today: 7, 9:40

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Wreck-It Ralph

a salesman for a natural gas company experiences life-changing events after arriving in a small town, where his corporation wants to tap into resources.

this animated film follows a video game villain on his quest to become the “good guy.”

Rise of the Guardians

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pg

this film chronicles america’s decadelong hunt for osama bin laden, master-

r

cinebarre: today: 1:10, 7:40 citadel: today: 1:20, 4, 7, 9:30 northwoods: today: 1:25, 4, 7, 9:25

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when the nightmare king plans to engulf the world in darkness, the immortal guardians join together to protect the innocence and imagination of the children of the world. northwoods: today: 12:35, 2:45, 4:55

Silver Linings Playbook  r

after eight months in an institution, a man (bradley cooper) moves in with his

 pg

citadel: fri-Jan. 24: 1:10, 4 northwoods: fri-Jan. 24: 1:10, 3:45

Zero Dark Thirty r

mind of the sept. 11 attacks, resulting in his death during a raid by navy seal team 6 in may 2011. cinebarre: today-fri: 3:20, 7:25, 10:50; sat-sun: 11:40, 3:20, 7:25, 10:50; mon-Jan. 24: 3:20, 7:25, 10:50 citadel: today: 12:50, 1:45, 4:10, 5:10, 7:30, 9; fri-Jan. 24: 12:50, 1:50, 4:10, 5, 7:30, 9:10 northwoods: today: 12:30, 2, 4, 5:30, 7:30, 9; fri-Jan. 24: 12:30, 4, 7:30 terrace: today-Jan. 24: 1:05, 4:05, 7:05, 9:40

azalea square, 215 Azalea Square Blvd., Summerville, 821-8000 | cinebarre, 963 Houston-Northcutt Blvd., Mount Pleasant, 884-7885 | citadel mall stadium 16 with imax, 2072 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., 556-4629 | highway 21 drive in, Beaufort, 846-4500 | james island 8, Folly and Central Park Rd., 795-9499 | hippodrome, 360 Concord St., Suite 100, 724-9132 | cinemark movies 8, 4488 Ladson Rd., Summerville, 800-326-3264 (dial 1415#) | palmetto grande, U.S. 17 North, Mount Pleasant, 216-TOWN | park circle films, 4820 Jenkins Ave., Park Circle, North Charleston, 628-5534 | regal cinemas 18, 2401 Mall Drive, North Charleston, 529-1946 | terrace, 1956-D Maybank Hwy., 762-9494 | ivanhoe cinema 4, Walterboro, 549-6400 | northwoods stadium cinemas, 2181 Northwoods Blvd., North Charleston, 518-6000


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E12: Thursday, January 17, 2013

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chucktown tavern burgers deserve to stay on market st. by rob young

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general Jackson club, each swollen with a variety of fillings, including chili, cheddar cheese, pimiento cheese and jalapenos. or in the case of the lowcountry delight, make it blue crab, shrimp and havarti dill cheese. but for our money, $12.95 in this case, chucktown tavern’s blue bacon south of broad burger beats all comers. The exterior of the bbsob (for those inclined to use acronyms) isn’t toughened or crusted like many stuffed burgers, which often need extra time to cook. rather, it’s soft and gooey, the blue cheese spread on top, the bacon fit between the patties. it’s a brilliant mash up, delightfully plump and inviting, the sesame seed bun seemingly floating on top.

what: chucktown tavern where: 159 market st. hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. mon.-thurs., 8 a.m.-2 a.m. fri., 8 a.m.-midnight saturday more info: 637-3681 or www.chucktowntavern. com

Special to The Post and Courier general lee reuben and the

o maybe you read recently in The post and courier about the so-called flag flap concerning chucktown tavern. The super short version is that the restaurant and bar has raised, lowered and raised again a pow-Mia flag and an american flag, which led to a “cooled” relationship with its landlord, The beach co. now, the rent is increasing, and the tavern might be looking for a new spot in a few months. That’s too bad because, regardless of the flag flap, these guys may just deserve a permanent spot on Market street thanks to their stuffed burgers ($8.95-$14.95). They bear homespun names like the carolina swamp Fox, the Fort Moult-

The restaurant boasts some serious sandwich options, too, including its oversized chucktown club ($9.95), primed with bacon, lettuce, ham and turkey. More choices include cheese steak sandwiches, chicken and fish filets, and pulled pork sandwiches. at any rate, here’s hoping chucktown settles its rent and space issues soon, and those offerings won’t just be Chucktown Tavern’s Blue Bacon South of Broad burger. for a limited time only.

rob young


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thursday, January 17, 2013: E13

ms. rose’s fine food a lowcountry original

modern restaurant pays homage to mother with her comfort food recipes by deidre schipani Special to The Post and Courier

yes, there truly is a “rose” and she is none other than rose Mibab goldberg, the mother of intertech group’s ceo and chairwoman anita Zucker. The restaurant that bears her name also serves her recipes, some adjusted for a commercial kitchen, others pure and simple like rose’s chicken soup ($6) or cornbread with cinnamon and buttermilk ($4). This strikingly modern restaurant that opened in october is built on the site of the former sunfire grill.

The space

gibson guess architects wrapped the structure in the modern darling of commercial and residential architects: wood slats. They have managed to both open and enclose the space where repetition, scale and light are filtered by the slanted presence of wood. The interior is brightly accented by primary-color glass globe lights, drum shades and the constant streaming of videos and slideshows. The bar area includes high tops and sheltered booths fabricated from the same slat-wood pattern of the exterior. two dining rooms provide private event space as well as seating removed from the bar and live music areas. do venture into the sculpture wall room, where college of charleston professor Jarod charzewski has created an 8-by-25-foot art installation called “sunfire remains,” using the former restaurant’s plates, cups, oyster knives, forks, cocktail strainers, glasses and cookware. The pieces record the life at sunfire, and, as the artist says, “They are resting in positions not unlike where they would be if tossed into a landfill.”

with a choice of anchovygarlic sauce or avocado dressing is a healthy alternative for those with nutrition ambition for the new year along with oysters on the half shell (Mp) and smoked salmon ($8) with dill-flavored creme fraiche. The kitchen bakes its breads and rolls; makes the salad dressings, including a smoked dressing for a grilled broccolini ($8) salad topped with a poached egg; corns its own beef; cures the jowl bacon; preserves the pickles; and sources locally as best they can. it is a labor-intensive operation and a labor of love as an homage to rose. slaw ($3) is tricked up with fresh horseradish, mayonleroy burnell/staff naise is super-charged with Ms. Rose’s Fine Food and Cocktails is at 1090 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. in West Ashley. chicken essence for a fried chicken biscuit, and beef essence does the same for the mayonnaise that is served cuisine: american eclectic sandwiches $7-$12, entrees $15-$20, mp belgian-style with the beef category: neighborhood favorite fish, sides $3-$5, kids menu $6, brunch $7- fat fried fries ($5). anson location: 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., $20. Mills faro and benton’s bawest ashley vegetarian options: yes con ($5) belly-up well for a phone: 766-0223 wheelchair accessible: yes ham and grain dish. hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. monday-thursday; bar: full-service bar; cocktail menu; craft They smoke the meatloaf 11 a.m.-2 a.m. friday-saturday; 11 a.m.beer on draft $5-$8; wines by the glass $5- for the sandwich ($8), and 11 p.m. sunday; 11 a.m.-3 p.m. brunch $9; specialty cocktails $6-$8. house-ground burgers can saturday-sunday. parking: lot. be had in a single or double food: 1/2 other: event room for parties, luncheons, stack ($8/$10). service:  meetings and local clubs; takeout; live muThe menu travels the globe atmosphere:  sic; patio/deck dining; branded products, of comfort foods with a price: $-$$ including shirts, glasses, cozies, growlers, southern inflection. There costs: snacks $3, appetizers $5-$8, soups caps; msroses.com; facebook; info@ms are biscuits and butter with and salads $5-$8, protein add-ons $5-$8, roses.com, opentable. fruit jam, pepper vinegar sauce for the ribs, boiled peanut polenta ($4), squash The food the full wing but brines, dry we went buffalo style and ($5) and kale ($4). it would The menu features a snack rubs and grills them (5 for enjoyed a messy, cheesy pre- benefit from selective thinsection appropriate for those $8; 10 for $14). honey-soy lude to our meal. ning and a consolidation of who come to listen to the is the more popular flavor; a raw vegetable plate ($5) “special” sides, “sandwich” live music and enjoy the craft beers and inventive cocktails in the bar area. Jalapeno cheddar-topped cracklins, Mexican “elote” corn on the cob, boiled peanuts and a pretzel on steroids served with housemade mustard butter, all $3, provide the salty sustenance preferred when enjoying a beer or a modern cocktail. and what is a bar without wings? rose’s not only serves

the original ms. rose’s fine food & cocktails

sides and “entree” sides for simplicity’s sake. user-friendly pricing makes their menu affordable. The format of the kids menu provides a teachable moment at the table for little eaters. The carolina ribs (half, $15, full $20) were on the dry side. a flavorful rub crisped up on their surface, but the meat lacked moisture. The fried chicken sandwich was skillfully fried and when cradled by the biscuit rose to a 3-inch height crowned with pickles and basil leaves. The beef-fat fries ($5) were not exceptional. save your calories for dessert.

The service

servers are well-schooled about the menu and its preparations as well as the local purveyors and farms. The relish restaurant group has invested in the training of the staff, and it shows with enthusiasm, knowledge and friendliness. The chalkboard tabletops will entertain the child or artist in all of us, and the streaming videos will keep you guessing at content and location. co-owners david bucks and Mark hendey are vested to create a community-driven place, hosting meetings and supporting a diverse assortment of charities, sporting teams and philanthropic events. it comes as no surprise. it is the Zucker way, and the restaurant named for rose understands that.


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by deidre schipani

green egg and serve it with a

best burger winner

after more than two months of tasty burger creations from residents of the lowcountry, eight weekly winners have been chosen for the big billy’s burger Joint “build a burger” contest. The public is invited to see which burger will reign supreme and be named best burger by celebrity judges at the winners circle party at 6 p.m. saturday at 5070 international blvd. in north charleston. Judging will begin at 7 p.m. and includes celebrity judges 95sX two girls and a guy’s tanya brown and Mike the guy, chef robert carter, former television personality ryan nelson and north charleston city councilman elliott summey. The contest was not limited to beef burgers, as contestants could build their burger by choosing turkey, black bean or chicken, as well. see the full list at www.big billysburgerjoint.com.

new salad menu

executive chef todd Mazurek has put together a new salad menu full of fresh ingredients, new tastes, flavors and textures at caviar & bananas. The restaurant will introduce five new signature salads, and will also offer a daily salad special inspired by seasonal ingredients called the “Farmer’s Market” salad. expect new protein toppings, a new line of dressings and salad toppers. The menu is now available at the 51 george st. and 188 Meeting st. locations.

expanded options

ted’s butcherblock is adding a new offering to its weekend dining events: Friday night cookouts. pick your entree from the shop’s selection of top-quality all-natural meats, and ted’s chef will grill it up on the big

new drink menu

82 Queen has launched a and two sides plus a featured new specialty cocktail, beer house-made dessert. The cost and wine menu. to check out the new libations, go to is $14 plus the cost of your www.82queen.com/wineselection from the butcher list or www.82queen.com/ counter. Friday cookouts take place menus/cocktails. weekly from 5-8 p.m. resernow open vations are recommended. phuong Vietnamese resdiners are also invited to taurant at 5634 rivers ave. check out the shop’s Friday in north charleston. call wine tastings, an opportunity to taste four featured 718-3781. wines in exchange for a $5 donation to a featured char- now closed ity. diners staying for dinner huck’s lowcountry table on the isle of palms. on Friday can enjoy 10 percent off any of the featured under construction wines with their meal. indigo road group’s The grilling continues with ultimate burger saturdays, indaco, a rustic italian pizza starting at noon. The recipe place at 526 king st. changes each week, and details are posted on the shop’s blue oyster bash Friends of Musc children’s website and Facebook page hospital will hold the inauguin advance. The cost for a ral blue oyster bash 7-10 p.m. burger, side and featured Feb. 2 at charles towne landcraft beer is $15, or $11 miing’s Founders hall. nus the beer. The oyster roast and barbeted’s is at 334 east bay st. call 577-0094 or go to www. cue event will feature music by The blue dogs, “art in tedsbutcherblock.com. progress” as local artisans cast your ballot demonstrate their talents, a southern living magazine silent auction, and a beer and names charleston one of the wine bar with a signature “tastiest towns in the south” “blue cocktail.” in its February issue, on tickets are $50 in advance newsstands Friday. and $60 after Jan. 25. Vip now it’s up to readers to tickets are $125. tickets are decide the ultimate winner available at friendsofmusc among the 10 nominated childrenshospital.give towns. zooks.com/events/wintercast your vote for the blues-2013. “tastiest town in the south” Friends of Musc children’s through Feb. 28 on southern hospital raises funds for and living.com/tasty. each daily enhances community awarevote allows a consumer to be ness for the children’s hospientered for a chance to win tal at the Medical university $1,500 toward a trip to the of south carolina. tasty town of their choice. southern living will profile friday fundraising charleston crab house each of the towns and reveal will host three “all you can the winner in the May issue, eat” charity oyster roasts on newsstands april 19, and for organizations in the online. charleston community. eaters with benefits These events will be 6-9 p.m. diners at oak, The Macon the deck of the crab house intosh and o-ku can bring on wappoo creek and will intheir restaurant week reclude steamed local clusters of ceipts to The cocktail club oysters, homemade chili and and enjoy a $5 specialty all the fixings. cocktail. The cocktail club roasts are scheduled is at 479 king st. for Friday (benefiting the

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coastal crisis chaplaincy) and Jan. 25 (benefiting the James island charter high school band). “all you can eat” charity oyster roasts are open to the public. drinks and other foods are available for purchase. go to www.charleston crabhouse.com or call 7951963.

chefs gala

The 14th annual chefs’ Feast gala, presented by the embassy suites charleston area convention center will be 6-9:30 p.m. March 10 in the grand ballroom. led by chef robert carter of carter’s kitchen and rutledge cab co., the lineup of chefs includes event veterans Marc collins of circa 1886, Jeremiah bacon of oak and The Macintosh, and nate whiting of tristan. proceeds benefit two of the lowcountry Food bank’s childhood hunger programs: kids cafe and backpack buddies. chefs’ Feast is black-tie optional. tickets are $175 and include entrance as well as food and drinks. go to www.lowcountryfoodbank. org/chefs-feast to purchase tickets. call the lowcountry Food bank at 747-8146, ext. 105.

free pancakes

ihop will mark national pancake day on Feb. 5 with free pancakes, all while celebrating the children’s Miracle network hospitals’ 30th anniversary. From 7 a.m.-10 p.m. at participating locations, guests can enjoy a complimentary stack of buttermilk pancakes. during their visits, folks will be encouraged to make a voluntary contribution to the local children’s Miracle network hospital or other local charities. leading up to Feb. 5, diners can purchase “Miracle balloons” with proceeds going to the Miracle network hospitals. go to www.ihop pancakeday.com.


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rtist karole turner campbell was deeply inspired by a quote from Frederick douglass. when douglas was asked how to maintain freedom, his response was “through eternal vigilance.” This moved turner to create an exhibit about those who are eternally vigilant: both the watchers and the watched. “The title of this show focuses on the vigilant, because they have watched or have been watched as horrific and benign events propelled them into taking a stand for freedom and against oppression, and the struggle continues,” campbell said. one of the pieces in the show is called “Martyrhood” and is dedicated to “all the mothers that have watched their children die as a result of ignorant violence.” in addition to these threedimensional paintings of visages, there will be the installation “suffer the little children,” inspired by the shooting at sandy hook elementary school in connecticut. There will be an opening reception for “eternal Vigilantes” from 6-8 today at the avery institute, 125 bull st.

‘defining focus’

head over to the city gallery at waterfront park on saturday for a photographic experience of our lowcountry coastline called “defining Focus: Views of the coast,” featuring the aerial photography of yve assad

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Four pieces from Karole Turner Campbell’s “Eternal Vigilantes” exhibit.

and the macro photography of david batchelder. This interesting combination of zooming in and out gives us a combination of images that are familiar as well as otherworldly. “offering unique and engaging vantage points, assad and batchelder are able to capture the flow, light and texture of the shore in each photograph,” said a city gallery representative. This should be an interesting show as it helps the viewer to see things in our daily lives from the vastly different perspectives that both of these photographers have made available for us. “defining Focus” will be on display through March 3 at the city gallery at waterfront park. call 958-6484 or go to www.citygalleryat waterfrontpark.com.

‘women of lockerbie’ when 270 lives are lost in a terrorist plane attack, a group of women want to turn the tragic result into an act of healing in the play “women of lockerbie,”

which is being presented by the college of charleston school of the arts. written by playwright deborah brevoort, the play follows a mother from

“story is a poetic drama about the triumph of love new Jersey as she roams over hate.” the hills of lockerbie, scotThere will be a show each land, looking for her son’s night through sunday, with remains, which were lost in a second run from tuesdaythe crash of pan am 103. Jan. 27. she meets the women of all productions will be at lockerbie, who are fight7:30 p.m., except the sunday ing the u.s. government to shows at 3 p.m., and will obtain the clothing of the take place at The chapel victims found in the plane’s Theatre, 172 calhoun st. wreckage. tickets are $15 for genThe women, determined eral admission and $10 for to convert an act of hatred students, faculty, staff and into an act of love, want to seniors. wash the clothes of the dead call 953-5604 to purchase and return them to the vic- tickets. tims’ families. celtic new year although the characThe south of broadway ters and the situations are Theatre company will hold fictional, “The women of a three-day celtic new year lockerbie” was loosely inspired by the true story of a Festival. The festival will kick off real pan am flight tragedy that happened in december Friday with a gourmet celtic banquet by guer1988. nandini b. Mccauley, me- rilla cuisine. as usual dia resources coordinator at with guerrilla cuisine the school of the arts, said events, the location will be revealed just before the there are “many parallels between this act of violence event to those that have purchased tickets, which and the more recent ones” and that the award-winning are $60 at www.guerrilla

cuisine.com. on saturday, join new york-based performer bill lewis as he stars in a celtic-inspired cabaret at the south of broadway Theatre company, 1080 east Montague ave., north charleston. lewis has appeared at The white house and The lincoln center, and performs regularly with irish tenor ronan tynan, for whom he is musical director. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. tickets are $20 at www. southofbroadway.com. on sunday, the Festival Finale will be at the north charleston performing arts center. This will be a celebration of all things celtic, featuring some of the lowcountry’s favorite celtic music performers: karin McQuade, hazel ketchum, John holenko, carl byrne, bart saylor and others. tickets are $24-$34 and can be purchased by calling 800-745-3000 or at www. ticketmaster.com.


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West of Memphis: Voices for Justice sountrack/ Legacy

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if you aren’t familiar with the case of the west Memphis Three, then google it. reading the entire, tragic story of this miscarriage of justice will be much more effective than me trying to explain it in a few sentences. Throughout the legal battle waged by the west Memphis Three, numerous celebrities and musicians threw their support behind the unjustly charged young men.

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when you think of musical hotbeds, you probably think of new york, los angeles, nashville, tenn., or even smaller, more concentrated towns such as athens, ga., or seattle. hoboken, n.J., definitely isn’t one of the towns that springs to mind when one talks about music. sure, hoboken is the town that gave the world Frank sinatra, but these days it’s known as the home of indie darlings

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benefit albums are nothing new. going back to the ’70s when concerts for no nukes and famine relief in bangladesh spawned popular albums, it seems that musicians have always been more than happy to lend their time and talent to help out those in need. when hurricane sandy ravaged the northeast last year, it affected those that were seemingly the most unflappable folks in america: the citizens of new york and new Jersey. when it came time to raise money

oscar-winning director peter Jackson produced a documentary, and the film’s soundtrack features an amazing array of artists performing a collection of covers and originals. nick cave and warren ellis composed the score for the film, and their music plays here under the readings of two letters written from death row by west Memphis Three member damien echols. elsewhere we get covers of pink Floyd’s “Mother” by dixie chick natalie Maines, david bowie’s “The Jean genie” by supergroup camp Freddy and carly simon’s

yo la tengo. For nearly 30 years, yo la tengo has been quietly releasing its own brand of lo-fi rock music, amassing a large and loyal following in the process, despite nearly zero radio airplay. on yo la tengo’s latest effort, “Fade,” the band continues to make the lowkey kind of music that has made critics and listeners alike fall in love with it. “Fade” has a much more personal feeling than the last few albums by the band. songs such as “ohm,” “is That

for disaster relief from sandy, a megaconcert was planned for dec. 12 at Madison square garden. The resulting show represented what might be the most incredible lineup of musicians in recent memory. “12-12-12: The concert for sandy relief” features not just contemporary musicians such as alicia keys, chris Martin and eddie Vedder, but also rock legends such as The who, bruce springsteen, roger waters, The rolling stones, eric clapton, billy Joel and paul Mccartney. The electrifying set by The who, represented here by “who are you,” “baba

“you’re so Vain” by Marilyn Manson. There is also great original material by the likes of eddie Vedder, lucinda williams, band of horses and patti smith, among others. a portion of the proceeds directly benefit the west Memphis Three, all of whom are now free and attempting to reacclimate themselves to normal life. it’s an incredible soundtrack to an even more incredible story. key tracks: “mother,” “satellite,” “anything made of paper”

enough” and “i’ll be around” demonstrate the minimalist beauty that is found within the typical yo la tengo track. This new release can rightfully take its place alongside classic yo la tengo releases such as “i can hear the heart beating as one” and “and Then nothing turned itself inside out.” key tracks: “ohm,” “is that enough,” “i’ll be around”

o’riley” and “love reign o’er Me,” is one of the highlights of this album, as are the pair of songs by The rolling stones. curiously absent is any trace of kanye west’s performance, but this commemorative document of one of the biggest collections of talent joining together for a common cause is well worth checking out. key tracks: “comfortably numb,” “Jumpin’ Jack flash,” “baba o’riley” — devin grant


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by Matthew godbey

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brave baby

with an increasing amount of empty space in the local music scene — crowfield announced its final show last week, set for March — charleston’s anticipation for new hometown talent may be quenched by the freshman release of newly formed indie quartet brave baby. The group pulled together in 2010 out of the remnants of the members’ former projects and began quietly writing and rehearsing while one of its founding members, ryan patrick Zimmerman, began making a name for himself as a producer, working with area artists such as steven Fiore, elim bolt, sequoyah prep school, will hastings and others. The band’s sound stacks its smarts and heart next to gutsy instincts, staggering with purpose, somewhere between bon iver and brand new: emotional and intricate but gradually, methodically explosive, fierce and mellifluous. brave baby will celebrate the release of its debut album, “Forty bells,” today at The pour house, 1977 Maybank highway. elim bolt and octopus Jones also will perform. tickets are $10 and include a copy of the new album. tickets may be purchased online at etix.com or at the door. doors open at 8 p.m. go to charlestonpour house.com or call 571-4343 for more information.

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so the idea that cowboy Mouth is in its 22nd year of bringing its original concoction of new orleans-spiced rock ’n’ roll to a global audience is difficult to comprehend. what’s even more astonishing is how well the band still does it. it’s as if the road actually makes them stronger, more potent even. cowboy Mouth got its big break in 1996 following the release of its major label debut, “are you with Me?” The album contained the group’s only single that has been considered a major commercial success, “Jenny says.” The song first appeared on the band’s 1992 album, cowboy mouth “word of Mouth,” but never There are very few bands gained widespread attention that survive. For the most until its re-release in ’96. part, bands break up after a since then, the band has few years, and it usually hap- toured behind a reputation pens because of the road. as one of the most entertainit’s a hard life to settle into. ing rock acts to see live. you’re always moving, you’re Founding member, vocalist always tired, you’re usually and drummer Fred leblanc broke, and it begins to get somehow has managed to more and more difficult to tap into a seemingly endless picture what your friends supply of stamina to give and family look like. The audiences performances that road, for all intents and pur- are as explosive as they are poses, breaks most bands. amusing night after night.

The group released its ninth studio album, “This train ...,” exclusively on its website early last year. cowboy Mouth will perform for two nights at The windjammer, 1008 ocean blvd., isle of palms. Friday’s performance will feature special guest Matt Mackelcan, while saturday’s performance will feature The Ferns. loners society will open the show on Friday night while saturday night’s guest has yet to be announced. tickets are $15 and are available online at thewindjammer.com or at the door. two-day passes are available online for $25. doors open at 9 p.m.; show starts at 10 on both nights. call 886-8596 for more information.

longest running, with roots dating back to 1996. it represented a new wave of the san Francisco sound that, with the help of acts such as The grateful dead, Janis Joplin and Jefferson airplane, revolutionized the music of the ’60s and ’70s and ignited a movement that still commands worldwide followers. The quintet continues, relatively unchanged, to tour tirelessly, and celebrated the release of its seventh album, “radio tragedy,” last year. tea leaf green will perform saturday and sunday nights at The pour house, 1977 Maybank highway. saturday night, the band will share the bill with newcomers lingo, a georgia-based rock quintet with eclectic infusions of soul, latin and tea leaf green alternative styles. while tea leaf green may tickets are $15 for each be unknown to many, it’s the night with a limited number type of band that has a quiet of two-day passes available legion of fans across the for $26. tickets are available country that undoubtedly online at etix.com or at the doesn’t mind the group’s door. doors open at 9 p.m. relative anonymity. go to charlestonpour as far as jam bands go, house.com or call 571-4343 tea leaf green is one of the for more information.


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MYCharLesTONWeeKeND kris allen

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the season 8 winner of “american idol” has been touring behind his sophomore album, “thank you camellia.” expect to hear fan favorites such as “the vision of love” and “live like we’re dying” from the singersongwriter. Joining allen on tour is Jillette Johnson, whose style was described by nylon magazine as “a little ‘la boheme’ meets carol king in her prime,” is touring behind her debut ep, “whiskey and frosting.” when: saturday; doors open at 8 p.m. where: the music farm, 32 ann st. price: $10 in advance, $15 the day of the show more info: www. musicfarm.com

a taste of folly

charleston restaurant week one of the most highly anticipated culinary events in the charleston area, restaurant week offers folks the opportunity to enjoy prix-fixe menus at participating restaurants. put on by the greater charleston restaurant association, this event is popular and reservations are recommended. when: through sunday where: participating restaurants price: $20-$40 more info: www.charlestonrestaurant association.com/charleston-restaurantweek provided

chanticleer comedy festival this year marks the 10th annual charleston comedy festival. to celebrate, organizers are taking things up a notch and bringing in performers and comedy troupes from america’s top comedy hotbeds for the event. performers of note include tv and movie actor michael ian black and scott adsit of “30 rock.” when: today-saturday where: various locations price: $5-$22.50 depending on act, venue more info: www.charlestoncomedy festival.com

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take advantage of the great January weather and spend the day seeing what folly has to offer. a taste of folly will feature numerous food vendors, a chili cook-off, the battle of the bartenders and hot dog-eating contests. in addition to the food and drinks, make sure to catch the date auction, the silent auction, the server olympics, jump castles for the kids and live music from eric penrod, tim david and the folly beach reggae all-stars. the event raises money for folly beach parks and rec. when: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. saturday where: center street, folly beach price: free admission more info: www.follybeach.com

get a preview of one of the area’s newest on-the-water event venues and restaurants. dig into the complimentary beer, oysters, hot dogs and hamburgers as you enjoy live music from the sweet grass girls 2-5 p.m. afterward, a cash bar will open, and dJ natty heavy will keep you dancing. the event will be held “rain or shine or chilly.” they promise to have heaters on hand. there also will be 20 boat slips available on a first-come, firstserved basis for those arriving by boat. when: 2-9 p.m. saturday where: the lighthouse waterfront pavilion at dolphin cove marina, 2079 austin ave., north charleston price: free more info: www.eventbrite.com/ event/5195967278/efbevent

called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by the new yorker magazine, this grammywinning group’s interpretations of vocal music span from renaissance to jazz, from gospel to new music. chanticleer, founded in 1978, is the only independent full-time classical vocal ensemble in the united states.

when: 7 p.m. tuesday where: college of charleston sottile theatre, 44 george st. price: $35-$125 more info:charlestonconcerts.org or www.opus3artists.com/artists/ chanticleer


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N. Charleston Pops! the area’s newest orchestra plays for the people by stratton lawrence Special to The Post and Courier

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acy edwards dreamed of forming a symphony in north charleston for years, but it took her casually floating the concept to Mayor keith summey to make it a reality, and in just five minutes. “we had a press conference last spring about north charleston’s 40th anniversary celebration, and i mentioned that idea,” edwards recalls. “The mayor turns around and announces that we have a north charleston pops! orchestra.” to summey’s credit, a de facto north charleston pops! has been unofficially coming together for years. whenever a traveling broadway musical came through town (most recently “wicked” and “Mary poppins”), the performing arts center called upon edwards to assemble musicians to perform the score. The city’s 40th anniversary last year was highlighted by an earth, wind & Fire concert, requiring a sizeable local ensemble. with edwards already pulling together her musical connections for that performance, the timing was perfect for the formation of an official orchestra. unlike a traditional symphony, a “pops” orchestra is free of traditional restraints regarding material. whereas a standard city ensemble might hesitate to incorporate renditions of popular rock songs, it’s common practice for a pops orchestra. in that way, north charleston pops! is designed to complement the charleston symphony orchestra, offering listeners the opportunity to enjoy both traditional classical compositions and pop culture works without leaving the lowcountry.

Spreading its wings

after the momentum created by summey’s unexpected announcement, edwards quickly got to work. Jeffrey reed, a colleague from her work as the principle flutist with orchestra kentucky (in bowling green), was brought on as the musical director. together, in less than a month, they decided upon an inaugural season of concerts. The north charleston pops! officially

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Jeffrey Reed, the musical director, conducts the orchestra.

if you go what: north charleston pops! “music of stage and screen” when: 7:30 p.m. saturday where: north charleston performing arts center, 5001 coliseum drive price: $15-$35; active and retired military can save $5 by showing military id at the coliseum advance ticket window for more info: www.north charlestoncoliseumpac.com debuted on nov. 10, drawing more than 1,000 attendees for a “tribute to our Veterans” show of classic patriotic music. They followed that with “lowcoun-

try christmas” on dec. 8. For their final two shows of the season, however, the group gets to spread its wings and delve into broad material, beginning with “Music of stage and screen” on saturday. “My philosophy about programming is probably different than other conductors,” explains reed. “i really think that in these times, people have such eclectic tastes. They don’t just listen to one radio station, and music collections have a lot of variety. orchestras need to learn from that and emulate it if they’re going to grow and survive.” to that end, the “stage and screen” show will feature plenty of familiar scores and songs, including several by esteemed composer John williams. Fans of films such as “star wars,” “e.t.,” “raiders of the lost ark” and “super-

man” will get the rare chance to experience a 55-piece orchestra playing the themes live. “i’ve seen an interview of orchestral musicians, people who actually make a living playing in orchestras, where they were asked, ‘what made you interested in orchestral music?’ ” recalls reed. “a lot of people said ‘star wars.’ it really did change our society in a lot of ways, and John williams has done more for the development of orchestras than anybody else in the last 50 years.” rounding out the show are classic pieces from stage shows, including “Fiddler on the roof” and “west side story,” as well as classic and modern films including “pirates of the caribbean” and “breakfast at tiffany’s.” please see pops, page e21


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pops from page e20 Throughout the show, scenes from the various films will be aired via projection behind the orchestra, effectively introducing the piece and setting the mood. “we live in a very visual society,” said reed, explaining the decision to incorporate film clips into an orchestral performance. “years ago, people weren’t so visual; they were more aural, and were able to sit for long periods of time. nowadays, i think having a visual element is very important.” The concert also will incorporate special guest vocalists tim and sara king, a fatherdaughter team who will handle vocals during certain selections, including andrew lloyd webber’s “unexpected song” (from the musical “song and dance”) and a medley from “les Miserables.” “i chose tim and sara because of their real ability to connect with an audience,” attests reed. “They both have amazing voices and great stage presence, and it’s unique to have a father and daughter like this. plus, they’re both high-quality singers and high-quality people, and i think that comes across in their performances.”

Accessible arts

relatively speaking, 2012 was not the best time in history to found an orchestra. across the nation, orchestras are struggling to survive, with renowned ensembles such as the philadelphia orchestra declaring bankruptcy just last year, and the charleston symphony orchestra weathering financial troubles of its own. “whether we like it or not, we live in an age where orchestras are not as popular with the vast majority of people as they once were,” acknowledges reed. “to survive, we need to start responding to changes in society. That’s not to say we ‘dumb down’ concerts, but we do need to be more accessible to the public.” reed makes a point to straddle the contemporary and traditional worlds, maintaining respect in each. he recently conducted a concert with legendary singer neil sedaka at the royal albert hall in london, just after performing stravinsky’s “The rite of spring” in kentucky.

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Father-daughter duo Tim and Sara King will be special guest vocalists. “i do anything and everything,” reed said. “The point is to make people happy. if you bore them, that’s not a good way to make friends. conductors, i think, have a duty to try to help raise the level of musical appreciation in their community, but i think sometimes we go overboard. i think you need to give people something in every concert that they can identify with. it’s entertainment, as well as enrichment.” For the north charleston pops! to sustain itself into future seasons, reed stresses the importance of community support, in ticket purchases, donors, corporate sponsors and seasonal subscribers. both reed and edwards are quick to point out that the musicians who comprise north charleston pops! are not hobbyists, but paid professionals. several members also perform with the pair in kentucky, making the commute to north charleston for each of the season’s four shows. The orchestra composition is “95 percent local,” many of whom perform with various ensembles around charleston, including principle

trumpet cameron handel, who also tours internationally with singer Michael bolton. “being a musician myself, i know a lot of the freelance players in town,” edwards said. “we have so much talent here, and Jeffrey really brings out the best in the musicians. he lets them flourish, and people love playing with him, so it’s a happy situation on the job site where we’re all having fun making music together.” edwards is careful to hire musicians with great attitudes and “lots of happy energy,” underlying the notion that pops music is about enjoying yourself and not being too rigid in the approach. That’s a sentiment evident in the final pops! concert of the year, a tribute to The beatles set for March 23. and there’s already talk of a Motown show for the 2013-14 season. with original rock ’n’ roll fans now creeping into their 70s (paul Mccartney himself turned 70 last year), the overlap between orchestral and rock music is greater than ever. “our vision is to have a broader audi-

The theme for “Superman” will be one of the songs performed Saturday. ence than just what classical music would bring,” edwards said. “ultimately, i think this will benefit the charleston symphony orchestra, because we’re introducing music to people who may have never gone to an orchestra before, and then after this, they’re willing to try something a little more highbrow. That is not our purpose though. our purpose is to have fun and entertain and play music that people have grown up to, music that’s part of a fabric of our being.” at the “tribute to our Veterans” debut show, audience members stood and clapped and swayed along to the songs. “They’re connecting with the music,” edwards said. “That doesn’t happen at most orchestras.” conductor reed explains the pops! motivation in simple terms. “nobody wants to go to a concert to hear something they don’t know,” he says. “whether it’s a rock concert or an orchestra, it’s about entertainment.”


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charleston bridal show photographs by marie rodriguez

having just emerged from what is fondly known as “engagement season,” sunday was the perfect day to hold the charleston bridal show. from musicians and decor to food samples and the latest bridal fashions, hundreds of attendees, which included a number of grooms-to-be, had access to more than 75 area wedding vendors all under one roof at the charleston marriott. to see more photos from the bridal show, go to charlestonscene.com.

Meghan Henson, Rafe Goldman and Megan Johnson of Classical Charleston perform.

Melanie McLam models a wedding dress for David’s Bridal.

Fresh blueberry mint lemonade by Icebox.

Elizabeth King, Jenna Joseph and Chelsey Hall

Shakima Todd and Sean Grissett plan to marry in spring 2014.

Moxie Fridays in

Angel Bauer of Bellezza adds extensions to Keri Bogan’s hair.


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Ben Harris and Christina Rinaldi Flowers by floral designer Charleston Pizazz.

Sample tasters at the Bull Street Gourmet & Market’s table.

Johnathan Webb and Catherine Fox model wedding attire for David’s Bridal.

Chris McGuiness and Allyson Townsend plan to marry on Dec. 21.

Blue Planet Green Events showcases its environmentally friendly ways to celebrate nuptials.

Flower girl Addison Holley and ring bearer Bradyn Buchardt model children’s wedding attire for David’s Bridal.

Team Lili: Yvette Baker, Dana Opolin, Chrissy Price, bride Lili Ortiz, Chrystal quintana and Ruby Middleton


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f2f oyster roast photographs by marie rodriguez

folks flocked to bowen’s island restaurant on sunday for the fields to families annual oyster roast fundraiser. reveling in another unseasonably warm January day, attendees enjoyed the great view as they sidled up to the tables and dug in to all-you-can-eat oysters. mark t. Jackson provided live entertainment, and an auction rounded out the event. find more photos from the oyster roast at charlestonscene.com.

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Ebony Hilton and Kiki Crooks

Mark T. Jackson performs.

Time to dig in.

Sarah Wolfe and Brian Vasel shuck oysters.

Jessica Stahovec, Mark Leon and Rachel Joffe

Sharon Wilcox and Jerry Alexander


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The Fields to Families Oyster Roast was held at Bowen’s Island Restaurant.

Brittany Boykin and Tina Arnold

Drew and Colleen Bridges

Emily Brennan and Chris Barbato


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Today Fascinations 2013

what: the youth orchestra of the lowcountry, robert ivey ballet and local artists again are joining forces to create “fascinations,” a full-length multidisciplinary arts performance. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 18 and 19 where: sottile theatre, 44 george st. price: $1-$29 more info: 882-7409 or www. yolow.org

Martin E. Sullivan

what: local artist martin e. sullivan will present a collection of images of objects and people from around the lowcountry, captured with digital and film cameras and transformed into custom prints

using the cyanotype process in his exhibit, “cyanotype: old, new photography.” the cyanotype process is an old printing format historically used to create blueprints. when: through feb. 28 where: the meeting place, 1077 e. montague ave., north charleston price: free more info: 740-5854 or http:// bit.ly/culturalarts

Works by Kristy Bishop

what: the city of north charleston’s 2012-13 artist-in-residence, kristy bishop, will present fiber works in her exhibit, “wash over you.” when: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily through Jan. 31 where: north charleston city gallery, 5001 coliseum drive

price: free more info: 740-5854 or http:// kristybishop.com

‘Women of Lockerbie’

what: college of charleston students will perform this drama about a group of women that collects clothing of victims of the 1988 plane crash in lockerbie, scotland. a talk-back with the director and cast will follow the opening night’s performance. when: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 17-19, 22-26; 3 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 where: chapel theatre (college of charleston), 172 calhoun st. price: $15 general admission, $10 for c of c students, faculty and senior citizens more info: 953-8228 or www. cofc.edu/sota

‘The Divine Sister’

what: this play tells the story of a young nun-to-be who experiences visions and seeks the help of the mother superior to understand them. the play draws on themes found in films such as “the sound of music,” “the bells of st. mary’s” and “doubt.” adult themes. when: 7:30 p.m. 17-19, Jan 24-26, Jan. 31-feb. 2; 3 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 where: 34 woolfe st. downtown price: $25-30 more info: 856-1579 or www. villagerep.com

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Today Frank Duvall Trio

what: live jazz and drink specials during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. thursdays, happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Dan Clamp

what: acoustic guitarist. when: 6-9 p.m. thursdays where: the grill on the edge, 41 center st., folly beach

music and arrangements of classic jazz standards. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 17 where: the mezz — charleston Jazz bar, 276 king st., downtown price: $10 more info: 853-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

Steve Carroll

what: steve carroll & the bograts. traditional folk, irish/ celtic tunes and tavern sing-along favorites. when: 8:30 p.m. every thursday, friday and saturday where: tommy condon’s irish pub, 160 church st., downtown

Road Crew Steve Joy & Chris Christ Atlas what: “old-school rock ’n’ roll”

what: Jazz standards on sax and guitar. when: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Jan. 17 where: seanachai, 3157 maybank highway, Johns island more info: 559-2200

Steve Simon

what: steve simon & the kings of Jazz. “cool jazz” clarinetist and a group of lowcountry jazz pros. when: 7-10 p.m. thursdays where: barsa tapas, lounge, 58 line st., downtown more info: 577-5393

2 Cool

what: acoustic and electric favorites. when: 7:30-10:30 p.m. Jan. 17 where: southside 17 bar & grill, 3632 savannah highway, charleston

Art of Trio Series

what: the “trio” consists of robert lewis (saxophones), frank duvall (bass) and Quentin e. baxter (drums) and will perform original

out of columbia. when: Jan. 17 where: midtown bar & grill, 559 king st., downtown

Mr. Goodstache

what: blues/funk/jazz. when: 9 p.m.-midnight Jan. 17 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

Dave Grunstra

what: blues/alt. country/classic rock from singer/guitarist of wire and wood. when: 9 p.m. Jan. 17 where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

Friday James Slater Trio

what: live jazz and drink specials during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. fridays, 4-7 p.m. happy hour

where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

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The V-Tones

what: a “mix of folk, celtic folk, blues, swing and original americana.” when: 6-10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: blackbeard’s cove family fun park, 3255 u.s. highway 17, mount pleasant

Gin House Boys

what: acoustic trio playing music from the ’60s through today. when: 6-9 p.m. Jan. 18 where: ms. rose’s, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Sam Singleton

what: classic covers from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. when: 6:30-9:30 p.m. fridays where: oscar’s of summerville, 207 w. 5th north st. price: free more info: 871-3800 or www. oscarsofsummerville.com

Shelly Waters

what: the “swamp pop princess” performs americana/cajun/ zydeco with husband dave on djembe and assorted percussion. when: 7-10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: med bistro, 90 folly road blvd., charleston

Wintertide Series

what: danielle howle (americana/folk), rachel kate (folk/rock/ soul), phyllis tannerfrye (americana/folk) and caroline aiken (americana/blues/folk rock) play this week’s wintertide singersongwriter’s series. when: 7-10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: morgan creek grill,

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what: Quentin e. baxter (drums), charlton singleton (trumpet), mark sterbank (saxophone), richard h. white Jr. (piano) and kevin hamilton (bass). when: 8 p.m. Jan. 18 and 19 where: the mezz — charleston Jazz bar, 276 king st., downtown price: $10 more info: 853-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

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Charleston Strolls

what: explore the historic battery with a native charlestonian guide. meander through back alleyways and cobblestone streets. there is something for everyone to enjoy on this charleston tour. when: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. daily where: bulldog tours, 40 n. market st. price: $20 more info: 722-8687 or www. charlestonstrolls.com

Friday Oyster Roast & Auction

what: the annual oyster roast and silent auction will benefit the coastal crisis chaplaincy. the silent auction features items for every price range. coastal crisis chaplaincy is a nonprofit organization that seeks to provide a calming and trusted “ministry of presence” during crisis situations throughout the lowcountry. when: 6 p.m. Jan. 18 where: charleston crab house, 145 wappoo creek drive price: $20 per person for all-youcan-eat oysters more info: 724-1212, jillian@ coastalcrisischaplain.org or www. coastalcrisischaplain.org

Celtic New Year Festival

what: a three-day celtic new year festival is scheduled Jan. 18-20. Jan. 18: guerilla cuisine serves up a celtic-inspired gourmet event. Jan. 19: celtic-inspired cabaret with william lewis. lewis has performed twice at the white house and appears regularly with irish tenor ronan tynan. Jan. 20: festival finale at the pac with lowcounty celtic favorites karin mcQuade, hazel ketchum, John holenko, karl byrne, bart saylor and more. when: 6-9 p.m. Jan. 18, 7:309 p.m. Jan. 19, 4-6 p.m. Jan. 20 where: south of broadway theatre company, 1080 e. montague ave., north charleston price: $60 for guerilla, $20 for cabaret, $24-34 for festival finale

‘Who Done It?’

what: come play “who done it?” — a crime in carolina, the “ultimate game of clue,” this weekend full of mystery. you will follow the twists and turns, unravel the clues and narrow down the list of suspects with the help of the weekend host and detective ... or you may be on your own. package includes two nights’ accommodations, welcome reception (heavy hors d’oeuvres, cash bar), saturday lunch (with wine), saturday reception and dinner (cash bar), sunday breakfast and murder mystery program with prizes. when: 5 p.m. Jan. 18, 8 a.m. Jan. 19 and 20 where: the sanctuary at kiawah island golf resort, one sanctuary

thursday, January 17, 2013: E27 beach drive price: the sanctuary from $569 per person double occupancy; the villas from $469 per person double occupancy

Heroes for Epilepsy

what: Join group for a night of hockey, family fun, entertainment and epilepsy awareness. sponsored by musc, south carolina advocates for epilepsy and south carolina stingrays, this event will help raise awareness about epilepsy and seizure first aid. when: 7 p.m. Jan. 18 where: north charleston coliseum, 5001 coliseum drive price: $12, $15 and $25 more info: 991-7144

‘Risk!’

what: “risk!” featuring michael ian black is a live show and podcast where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share in public, hosted by kevin allison of the legendary tv sketch comedy troupe “the state.” the award-winning live show happens monthly in new york and los angeles. it has featured celebrities such as Janeane garofalo, lisa lampanelli, kevin nealon, margaret cho, sarah silverman, lili taylor, rachel dratch, andy borowitz and more, dropping the act and showing a side of themselves never seen before. when: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 where: the footlight players, 20 Queen st. price: $20 more info: www.charleston comedyfestival.com

Improv Marathon

what: richmond comedy coalition tourco is a cast of all-star improvisers from the rcc- virginia’s top improv theater company. local legends is made up of the founding members of the alchemy comedy theater in greenville. gentleman’s falcon is a five-man comedy team from chicago that hits the ground running with high-energy, interconnected pattern and a penchant for whimsy. when: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 and 9 p.m. Jan. 19 where: redux contemporary art center, 136 st. philip st. price: $12.50

Standup Showcase

what: every year the charleston comedy festival hosts dozens of standup comics from all around the country to compete for the top prize. they win some cash, but the real prize is the fact that they get their own show during the festival. these three comics are the ones that the audience voted as the best. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 18 where: the lighthouse at shem creek, 100 church st. price: $12.50

The Late Live Show

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a quirky, after-hours talk show that’s been a staple of the chicago comedy scene for years. expect to see all the classic latenight talk show elements from a monologue and sketches to interviews and music. when: 8:30 p.m. Jan. 18 where: stars at american theater, 446 king st. price: $10

Improv Marathon

what: we’re from here is a powerhouse trio of ladies that explodes into an improvised universe based on the single suggestion of a location. airwolf takes your hellish tales of crazy roommates, and other outrageous living situations and spins them into a fast, funny and fully improvised show. when: 9 p.m. Jan. 18 where: redux contemporary art center, 136 st. philip st. price: $12.50

Henley and Scovel

what: vic henley has appeared on hbo, cbs, nbc, foX, mtv, bravo and cmt. he was a vh-1 vJ and has his own comedy central presents half-hour special as well as performances on “the late show with david letterman” and “the tonight show with Jay leno.” rory scovel has been featured at the Just for laughs festival in montreal, bridgetown comedy festival, bumbershoot and bonnaroo. he also has been seen on “late night with Jimmy fallon,” “late late show with craig ferguson” and “conan.” when: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 18 and 19 where: the footlight players, 20 Queen st. price: $15

Adsit and Eveleth

what: scott adsit (nbc’s “30 rock,” “moral orel”) and Jet eveleth (“the reckoning,” “i live next door to horses,” “ted and melanie”), both longtime chicago improvisers, began playing together at the people’s improv theatre in new york city. they

The post and courier have been described as two improv stalwarts with a knack for the absurd. they aim for slower, character-driven work that pays close attention to detail. when: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 18 and 7:30 p.m. Jan. 19 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. price: $12.50

Stand-up Comedy

what: chris cotton began performing stand-up comedy in philadelphia. his set topics include pop culture, current events, being married and growing up in the city. clara bijl is one of the few comedians in the world who can deliver a set in several languages at a moment’s notice. zimmerman has quickly become known at the national level for his likable personality and clean material. in 2009, rooftop comedy nominated him for the golden shingle award, which is given to rising stars in comedy. when: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 18 and 10 p.m. Jan. 19 where: the lighthouse at shem creek, 100 church st. price: $12.50

Stand-up Comedy

what: brett druck is a stand-up comic who has studied improvisation at the upright citizens brigade and magnet theaters in new york. adam newman is a brooklyn-based comedian. vicky kuperman is moscow native, new york city rat-packer and regular fixture on the national stand-up comedy circuit. when: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 18 where: american theater, 446 king st. price: $12.50

Sketch, Improv Comedy

what: the prom is a sketch team that will perform a compilation of sketches they’ve performed during their run at the upright citizens brigade ny. the pushers are virginia’s premier sketch and improv comedy group. take neuroses, paranoia and lack of sleep and you get weird. follow two

weird ladies through a labyrinth of eccentric sketch comedy spun from reality, insanity, awkwardness and rage. when: 10 p.m. Jan. 18 and 19 where: pure theatre, 477 king st. price: $12.50

Laugh-A-Palooza

what: matt griffo is going to tickle the ivories and ukulele strings for one night only with songs about racist family members, the environment and love. the shock t’s are a three-person comedy band bursting with highenergy songs. showcasing their free-form style of play, improvboston blends games, scenes, skillful storytelling, off-the-cuff music and audience participation into unforgettable performances. when: 10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: woolfe street playhouse, 34 woolfe st. price: $12.50

All-Star Jam

what: some of the country’s best improvisers will be in town during the festival. what better way to celebrate than by having good old-fashioned improv jam. this is sure to be an “anything goes and probably will” type of show. when: 11 p.m. Jan. 18 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. price: $5

saturday Austen Birthday Tea

what: english tea and homemade refreshments will be served, followed by bright and breezy regency entertainment in celebration of Jane austen’s birthday and the 200th anniversary of the publication of “pride and prejudice.” presented by the Jane austen society of north america/ Jasna (south carolina region). when: 1:30 p.m. Jan. 19 where: gage hall, 4 archdale st. price: $10 Jasna members/$20 nonmembers more info: 406-4735 or

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Elite Dance Showcase

what: elite dance is having a birthday. support the staff and students and celebrate another year of fun and dancing. performances, open dancing, wine, food, auctions and tickets for prizes when: 6 p.m. Jan. 19 where: elite dance international studio & apparel, 709 Johnnie dodds blvd. price: $25 advance, $30 door

Oyster Roast Benefit

what: the east cooper council of the knights of columbus will hold its annual oyster roast to benefit local charities. in addition to oysters, the menu will include fish stew, hot dogs, beer and wine. no outside coolers allowed. when: 6:30 p.m. Jan. 19 where: gold bug island, 1560 ben sawyer blvd. price: $25, $8 under 12 more info: 884-5670

Stand-up Comedy

what: brett druck, adam newman and vicky kuperman. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 19 where: the lighthouse at shem creek, 100 church st. price: $12.50

sunday Blueberry Jam

what: all are welcome at the lowcountry blueberry Jam. happy bones, with a blues/folk sound out of augusta, opens the show, and then tommy thunderfoot & the accelerators feature southern-fried blues in a twohour concert. check out artists, local growers, kids games, light fare, family and adult beverages and the blueberry toss by cypress pond. the gate opens at 2:30 p.m., so bring a chair. admission is free. no pets or outside coolers. when: 3 p.m. Jan. 20 where: blue pearl farms, 9760 randall road, mcclellanville price: free more info: 887-3554 or http://

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Monday MLK Day of Service

what: sea island habitat for humanity will host a martin luther king day of service volunteerbuild-day at its newest community on James island, laurel oak grove. the rev. charles heyward of st. James presbyterian church will lead the prayer and speak on the legacy of king and service to the community. if you would like to volunteer, you must pre-register (limited space) with volunteer coordinator Josephine rex, 7680998, ext. 109, or volunteer@ seaislandhabitat.org. when: 8 a.m. Jan. 21 where: laurel oak grove community price: free more info: 768-0998, ext. 109, or www.seaislandhabitat.org

Friday, Jan. 25 Sound of Charleston

what: experience the sounds that define charleston and its unique southern charm — jazz, gospel, gershwin, gullah, spirituals, civil war songs — coming to life in sacred and historic spaces during a 75-minute live concert. when: 7 p.m. Jan. 25 where: circular congregational church, 150 meeting st. price: $28 adults, $25 seniors, $16 students, children 12 and under free more info: 270-4903 or www. soundofcharleston.com

‘The Secret Garden’

what: based on the 1911 novel by frances hodgson burnett, “the secret garden” tells the story of mary lennox, a spoiled 11-year-old orphan who is returned to england to live at her uncle’s mansion. mystery unfolds as mary discovers family secrets and a hidden garden. presented by charleston stage. when: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Jan. 25 and feb. 1, 3-5 p.m. Jan. 26, 27, feb. 2, 3 where: dock street theatre,

135 church st. price: adults $22.50, seniors (60+) $22.50, students (25 and under) $22.50 more info: 577-7183 or www. charlestonstage.com

Cirque De La Symphonie

what: experience the magic of some of the best cirque artists in the world performing on the same stage with a full symphony orchestra. aerialists fly overhead and acrobatic feats are performed to classical masterpieces and memorable contemporary music. when: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25 and 26 where: sottile theatre, 44 george st. price: tickets start at $24 in advance or $29 at the door, if available more info: 723-7528 or www. charlestonsymphony.org

Improv Smackdown

what: it’s the hit improv show at theatre 99 where the audience is the judge. it’s hilarious, exciting and based on audience suggestions. at the end of improv smackdown, there is an intermission, and the second act is a fastpaced, long-form improv set. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 25 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. price: $10 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

‘Little Shop of Horrors’

what: in this gleefully gruesome musical spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies, seymour, a skid row floral assistant, allows his craving for fame and fortune to seduce him into playing nursemaid to an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. the growing plant’s demands for more, more, more are accompanied by witty parodies of ’60s music. when: 8 p.m. Jan. 25, 26, 31, feb. 1 and 2; 7 p.m. Jan. 27 and feb. 3 where: american theater, 446 king st. price: $20-$28 more info: 793-1972 or www. whatifproductions.org


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Archnemesis

what: electro soul from archnemesis, electro/dub/hip-hop/ trap/glitch/swing/pop from kilgo and trap/dubstep from blkmrkt. when: doors open 9 p.m. Jan. 18 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $15 more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Calhoun’s Calling

what: self-described “indiealternative” cover/party band. when: 9 p.m.-midnight fridays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

David Crawford

what: david crawford & 40+ pirates. “trop rock & beach music” and more. when: Jan. 18 where: tru blues, 1039 Johnnie dodds blvd., mount pleasant

Campbell Brown

what: vocalist/guitarist of local blues/rock/soul band gaslight street. when: Jan. 18 where: new moon pizzeria & pub, 2817 maybank highway, Johns island

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thursday, January 17, 2013: E29 st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

where: the shelter kitchen and bar, 202 coleman blvd., mount pleasant

WinTour 2013

Tommy Thunderfoot

what: hard-core/latin/metal from saint diablo out of richmond, va., with “indie post hard core band” ionia out of new york, featuring “metal n roll” from Jenncity (of “big brother 14”). when: 6 p.m. Jan. 19 where: oasis pub, 778 folly road, James island price: $10 advance, $12 day-ofshow

what: “southern fried blues” from tommy thunderfoot and the accelerators and blues/folk/ rock/pop from happy bones at the lowcountry blueberry Jam. when: 3-7 p.m. Jan. 20 where: blue pearl farms, 9760 randall road, mcclellanville price: free more info: 887-3554 or www. bluepearlfarms.com

Walter Biffle & Friends

Whiskey Diablo

what: the gage hall coffeehouse series continues with an evening of music by strings and banjo player walter biffle, joined by other local musicians. proceeds go to children in need and local after-school enrichment programs. when: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 19 where: gage hall coffeehouse, unitarian church, 9 archdale st., downtown price: $10 more info: 225-1882 or www. charlestonuu.org

Howard Dlugasch

what: acoustic folk/roots/rock. when: Jan. 19 where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Loopmaster

what: rock and covers featuring members of loners society, wrenwood and category 6. when: 9 p.m.-midnight Jan. 18 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

what: acoustic/hip hop/rap/pop from John elliott, aka the loopmaster, out of atlanta. when: 10 p.m. Jan. 19 during taste of folly where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

Fat Alice

Tommy Thunderfoot

what: rock/classic rock. when: 9:30 p.m. friday and saturday where: sand dollar social club, 7 center st., folly beach price: free

Marvelous Funkshun

what: Jam/blues/funk out of winston salem, n.c. when: 10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5 more info: 883-3131 or www. hometeambbq.com

The Louie D. Project

what: four-piece post-modern funk band featuring louie d. on lead vocals and saxophone. when: 10 p.m. Jan. 18 where: cha cha’s tequila bar, 1409 folly road, James island more info: www.louied.com

saturday Frank Duvall Trio

what: live jazz and drinks specials during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. saturdays, happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay

what: tommy thunderfoot & the accelerators is a selfdescribed “3-piece southern fried blues and original band.” when: 10 p.m. Jan. 19 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5

The Louie D. Project

what: four-piece post-modern funk band featuring louie d. on lead vocals and saxophone. when: 11 p.m. Jan. 19 where: silver dollar, 478 king st., downtown more info: www.louied.com

sunday New South Jazzmen

what: traditional jazz during sunday brunch. when: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. sundays where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Cotton Blue

what: gator rob and detroit debbie play blues, rock and variety. when: noon-3 p.m. Jan. 20

what: self-described “dirty rock ’n’ roll and gutter country with a touch of swingin’ jazz” during the restaurant’s oyster roast. when: 5-8 p.m. Jan. 20 where: barsa tapas, lounge and bar, 58 line st., downtown price: no cover, but $20 for allyou-can-eat oysters more info: 577-5393 or www. barsacharleston.com

Cattle in the Cane

what: bluegrass/folk/country/ blues/gypsy jazz and drink specials during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. sundays, happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Ledbelly Stumphole

what: bluegrass. when: 9 p.m. Jan. 20 where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

Monday Coleman & Dawes

what: acoustic/folk/jazz and drink specials from margaret coleman & wayne dawes during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. mondays, happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Tuesday James Slater Trio

what: live jazz and drink specials during the high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. tuesdays, happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Louie D. unplugged

what: funk/jazz featuring louie d. on lead vocals and saxophone and Jessie anderson on bass, guitar and drum machine. when: 8:30-11:30 p.m. Jan. 22 where: wasabi downtown, 61 state st. more info: www.louied.com

Yarn w/ The Delta Saints

what: alt-country, americana, roots music from yarn out of brooklyn, n.y., and “bourbon fueled bayou rock” from the delta saints out of nashville, tenn. when: 9 p.m. doors Jan. 22 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Champagne w/ Friends

what: funk/reggae/pop/rock. when: 9 p.m.-midnight Jan. 22 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

Here Be Dragons

what: celtic/folk/folk rock/roots music from wales. when: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 22 where: tattooed moose, 1137 morrison drive, downtown price: free

Wednesday Big Daddy Love

what: americana/bluegrass/ folk/appalachian rock band out of winston salem, n.c., plays the awendaw green barn Jam. when: 6 p.m. Jan. 23 where: sewee outpost, 4853 u.s. highway 17, awendaw

The Malah

what: electronica/psychedelic/ jam/rock band out of denver. when: 9 p.m. doors Jan. 23 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: www.charlestonpourhouse.com

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ace’s on bridge

By BOBBY WOLFF

If you just looked at the NorthSouth cards in four hearts, you would expect 10 tricks to be a cakewalk, especially as East’s opening bid suggests the diamond ace rates to be onside. However, the fly in the ointment was the opening lead of the diamond three. Imagine that as declarer you were faced with that situation. You would let East win the diamond ace, cover the return of the diamond queen, and West would ruff and exit with a spade. With two diamond losers to get rid of, you would ruff a club, go back to the heart nine to ruff another club, and try to put some pressure on the opponents — but nothing would materialize. Instead, declarer must duck the

second trick. No harm will come to South in the unlikely event that diamonds were originally 3-2; he will simply have invested an overtrick as insurance. But if the cards lie as in the diagram, at trick three East will lead a third diamond, covered and ruffed. When West exits with a spade, you win in dummy and ruff a club. Then you play a heart to the nine, ruff a second club, and run the hearts, pitching dummy’s diamond, followed by low clubs. First you squeeze West out of a spade (as he has to guard clubs), then, when you throw dummy’s club queen, East must pitch spades to keep the diamond guard. So trick 13 will be won with dummy’s spade seven.

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DOONESBuRY By Garry Trudeau

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B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart

SALLY FORTH By Francesco Marciuliano & Craig Macintosh

PEANuTS By Charles Schulz

JuMP START By Robb Armstrong

BLONDIE By Dean Young

DuSTIN By Steve Kelley & Jeff Parker

CuRTIS By Ray Billingsley

GARFIELD By Jim Davis

word game yesterday’s word: unseeing

unseen using negus average mark 20 nene words time limit 35 minutes nine seeing can you find 31 seen or more words in segue Jalousies? seine the list will be published tomorrow. siege sign – united feature syndicate 1/17 signee

today’s word: jalousies

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DENNIS THE MENACE By Hank Ketcham THE LOCKHORNS By Bunny Hoest & John Reiner

MARMADuKE By Brad & Paul Anderson

BIZARRO By Dan Piraro

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ZIGGY By Tom Wilson

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NON SEquITuR By Wiley Miller

BEETLE BAILEY By Mort, Greg & Brian Walker

MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

JuDGE PARKER By Woody Wilson & Mike Manley

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston

ROSE IS ROSE By Pat Brady & Don Wimmer

MARY WORTH By Joe Giella & Karen Moy

PEARLS BEFORE SWINE By Stephan Pastis

HI AND LOIS By Brian & Greg Walker & Chris Browne

LuANN By Greg Evans


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THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker

BABY BLuES By Jerry Scott & Rick Kirkman

DILBERT By Scott Adams

ANDY CAPP By Reg Smythe

HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne GET FuZZY By Darby Conley

ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman

GRAND AVENuE By Steve Breen

today’s horoscope aries (march 21-april 19): a change may be necessary in order to get back on track and reach old goals that have been stifled due to other people’s demands.

leo (july 23-aug. 22): a change at work should push you to take action before you end up in an awkward position. don’t set limits on what you can do.

taurus (april 20may 20): take charge. travel if it will help you reach your goals. making a geographical move will improve your quality of life.

virgo (aug. 23sept. 22): attend an entertaining function that will lead to encounters that can alter your future positively. if you can imagine something, you can turn it into a reality.

gemini (may 21june 20): communication and education will go hand-in-hand, allowing you to pick and choose from a wider variety of options available to you in your area. cancer (june 21-july 22): evaluate your situation and consider how you can take advantage of what others give up or leave behind.

libra (sept. 23oct. 22): don’t feel guilty about the way you feel. you will appreciate someone from your past and should reconnect if possible. scorpio (oct. 23nov. 21): mix and mingle with people from different backgrounds. remembering past experiences will help you understand a situation you face now.

sagittarius (nov. 22dec. 21): getting together with people who share your love of life will also help you recognize what you need to incorporate into your life in order to enjoy it more. capricorn (dec. 22jan. 19): Question your associates as well as your own motives before you make a move that can alter your life permanently. aQuarius (jan. 20feb. 18): discuss your feelings and address issues from your past that you have yet to resolve. it’s never too late to make a change or revisit a goal. pisces (feb. 19march 20): do for others and you will receive a reward or favor that will help you out financially or contractually.


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f you haven’t had a chance to take advantage of charleston restaurant week, you’ve still got time to do so, as it runs through sunday. with more than 140 participating restaurants, there’s something for everyone. current champ Joel young is being challenged by retired retail manager ellen Foy.

Questions

1. which participating restaurant is named for (the pirate) blackbeard’s ship? 2. the restaurant at the mills house hotel is named after which caribbean island? 3. circa 1886 is located in what part of wentworth mansion? 4. what king street restaurant is named after a type of apple? 5. name one of two sean brock restaurants that are participating. 6. what’s the name of charleston’s newest steakhouse? 7. slightly north of broad is also known as? 8. which area indian restaurant is participating in restaurant week? 9. name the popular italian restaurant in avondale. 10. this restaurant is where the 2012 pga championship was held (think golf course, not just island).

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Do you know which part of Wentworth Mansion houses Circa 1886?

joel’s answers

1. the wreck 2. it starts with a b ... bahamas? 3. former stables. 4. must be the macintosh. 5. mccrady’s 6. oak. don’t know if it’s the newest. 7. snob 8. don’t know. 9. is it al di la? 10. the one at the ocean course.

conclusion Joel’s reign as head2head champ was a short one as ellen demonstrated a local’s knowledge of area restaurants. she’ll be back next week to defend her title.

ellen’s answers

1. the one on daniel island, Queen anne’s revenge. 2. it’s called the barbados room. 3. is dining room too obvious? 4. the macintosh 5. husk 6. not sure. hall’s maybe? 7. snob 8. the west ashley place. nirlep, i think. 9. love this place; al di la. 10. it’s at kiawah. one of the restaurants at the sanctuary maybe?

correct answers 1. Queen anne’s revenge 2. barbados 3. carriage house 4. macintosh 5. husk and mccrady’s

6. burwell’s stone fire grill 7. snob 8. nirlep 9. al di la 10. atlantic room at the ocean course

ear abby: My grandmother is 75 and very unpleasant to be around. she has made many hurtful remarks in the past, which have led some family members to shut her out of their lives. i live in another state and don’t see my grandmother very often. i call her once or twice a month. when i do, she’s nothing but pleasant with me, but she’s often angry and tearful about other members of the family. she feels her children and grandchildren should respect her as the matriarch of the family and include her in all family get-togethers. (My family tells me they have stopped inviting her to many functions because she’s such a troublemaker.) i’m concerned about my grandmother and am beginning to think that my parents and siblings should overlook her unpleasant behavior and occasional snide remarks. at the very least, they should include her in important family functions. i’d be interested in your opinion so i can share it with my family. — troubled in Minnesota DEAR TROUBLED: Your grandmother appears to be reaping what she has sown. Verbal abuse often leaves scars on those at whom it is aimed, and no one can be blamed for wanting distance from a person who is deliberately hurtful. Respect is something that has to be earned. Your parents and siblings “respect” your grandmother from a distance because they have learned it’s the only safe way to do so. Does this mean she should automatically be excluded from all family get-togethers? No. However, before she’s invited to an important event, she should give assurances that she’ll watch her mouth and be on her best behavior. Or else. If this seems heavyhanded, so be it. It’s no crime to protect oneself

dear abby from someone else’s meanspiritedness. dear abby: please allow me to share a dating technique with your readers that has saved me a lot of relationship headaches. i call it “the 90-day rule.” whenever i start dating someone, i try to see them at least once a week for 90 days. That way, if there are any character flaws, i find out within the first 90 days. among the flaws i’ve discovered: drug dealing and addiction, alcoholism, driving without a valid license and with illegal license tags, and lying about their occupation. The idea is to avoid sexual intimacy during those first 90 days to keep your head clear. if you are intimate too soon, you’ll find yourself making excuses for your partner. This technique has never failed me unless i made an exception. May i suggest your readers try this 90-day rule? if they do, i promise they won’t be disappointed because it takes time to get to know someone. before you can love someone, you must learn who that person really is. — clearheaded in clearwater, Fla. DEAR CLEARHEADED: Your 90-day rule makes a lot of sense. I have heard from many readers who went too far too fast because they felt they had made an instant emotional connection. I warn them that physical attraction should not be confused with love because what they’re really describing is infatuation. write dear abby at www. dearabby.com or p.o. box 69440, los angeles, ca 90069.


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