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what’s inside

4 | dollar days

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

16-17 | music

cd reviews, upcoming shows

18-19 | weekend events 5 | get out david Quick previews outdoor 22 | arts

a look at upcoming events

options

8-11 | movies

“the host,” “spring breakers,” “the gatekeepers”

24-29 | calendar, nightlife, sudoku

12 | movie listings 13-15 | food + bev

30-34 | comics +tv grid

the gathering cafe, chew on this, ike’s hot chicken, fish and more

with horoscopes and crossword puzzle

35 | trivia, abby

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easter weekend events abound for whole family

ing and storytelling. The fun starts at 10:30 a.m. with a hunt for undyed hardboiled eggs that will be hidden in one of three hunt locations separated by age. ceramic hand-painted prize eggs also will be hidden, and prizes will be given to each child who finds one. afterward, head over to the plantation stableyards to dye the eggs found during the hile easter weekend hunts and create other crafts. means something later in the day, an egg toss different to everyone, will be held on the greenthe root of the celebration sward and an egg roll will take is the resurrection of Jesus place on Middleton place’s christ. terraces. The easter bunny and like most other holiwill make a special appeardays, the celebrating has gone ance on the parterre and will well beyond going to church. be available for photos. file/staff easter has become a holiday additionally, children will of jelly beans and marshmalhave the opportunity to play The Hat Ladies will hold their Easter Promenade on Saturday, but this year they will ride low chicks, eggs and bunnies. colonial games such as jacks in carriages around the City Market. and there’s nothing wrong and hoops on the greensward. with that. around midday, classic stoso in honor of easter weekries including “The tale of peend, i’ve rounded up a list of ter rabbit” and “The country local events that make the bunny and The little golden most of the holiday. shoes” will be read aloud to families gathered under the the hat ladies shade of magnolia trees. while easter is a time to eggstravaganza activities break out your best suit or end at 2 p.m., but families are dress, the hat ladies take invited to enjoy the day’s regdressing up to a whole new ular activities all afternoon, level. including touring the gardens, likely one of the fancier viewing heritage breed livecelebrations in the tri-county, stock, visiting the artisan craft the easter promenade features shops or touring the house the group of ladies who love Museum. hats taking a stroll downtown There is no additional charge to wish everyone a “hatpy for easter eggstravaganza easter.” activities beyond general adThough this year, they’re mission ($28 for adults, $15 shaking things up. instead of for students, $10 for kids 6-13, walking, they’ll be riding in free for children 5 and under). provided carriages provided by the old go to www.Middleton towne carriage co. Place.org. The egg roll at Middleton Place is a popular activity for kids. starting at 11 a.m. saturday, magnolia’s egg hunt they’ll travel along the city under 2 are not excluded. free) and for families with an- continue their free spring Market and down surroundyet another event on saturThey’ll be able to look for eggs nual memberships. concert series on the village ing streets (east bay and king day is Magnolia plantation stuffed with prizes in a special Magnolia plantation is at green with the local Mostreets), so head out and wave and gardens’ easter egg area on the side lawn adjacent 3550 ashley river road. go tion party band, which will to them as they pass. hunt. to the house. to www.magnoliaplantation. perform music ranging from go to www.hatladies.org. children will be divided prizes will include a nature com. beach to Motown, r&b, dance into three age groups for the train ride for up to five, nature and popular music from the easter eggstravaganza 30-minute hunts on the great boat ride for up to five, annual easter festival ’60s to today. another saturday event is lawn. The first group, ages 2-5, family membership, birthday freshfields village at from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. saturthe easter eggstravaganza at will start at 11 a.m. The hunt party for up to 30 children the crossroads of kiawah, day, take part in the familyMiddleton place. for ages 6-7 will start at noon. and chocolate easter bunnies. seabrook and Johns islands friendly easter festival. head out to the national and children 8-10 will get The easter egg hunt is free will offer a full weekend of with activities including historic landmark at 4300 their chance to find a prize at with garden admission ($15 events, though friday’s event a jump castle, inflatable ashley river road for a day of 1 p.m. for adults, $10 for kids 6-12, is not easter-related. slide, face-painting, crafts, hunting, dyeing, tossing, rolland don’t worry, children kids 5 and under get in for from 6-9 p.m. friday, they interactive performer and a

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There will be plenty of egg hunts for children to enjoy. visit from the easter bunny, the kids will be more than entertained. also part of the fun, art from the kiawah and seabrook artist guilds and boats from barrier island Marine, butler Marine of charleston, hall Marine charleston and longshore boats will be on display. food and beverages will be available for purchase. at 9:30 a.m. sunday, a nondenominational easter service will be held outside on the village green. The cavalry of the sea islands church will lead the service, and those planning on attending are asked to bring a chair or blanket. go to freshfieldsvillage. com.

isle of palms egg hunt

at 10 a.m. saturday, the isle of palms recreation department will hold an easter egg hunt at its facility at 24 28th ave. The event will include a visit from the easter bunny, ice cream, pony rides, a face painter and more. go to www.iop.net/departments/Recreation_Youth_ EasterEggHunt.aspx.


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after easter, get ready for a rockin’ april i

t’s been a weird month in the lowcountry: cold, blustery and wet weather combined with easter coming about as early as it possibly can. even the cooper river bridge run is still nine days away. with easter weekend focused on egg hunts, sunrise services and family, there’s not a whole lot of organized sports activities happening in the coming days. with winter’s grip loosening and easter sunday looking to be more spring-like, april is about to bust out with fun, sweaty stuff to do.

bridge run weekend

The biggest, not only in april but all year, comes on april 6 with the 36th annual cooper river bridge run and walk. you’ll read plenty about that in next week’s special section inside charleston scene, but, in a nutshell, the bridge run

green in awendaw. www.bridgerun.com and www.coastalcyclists.org/ centuries.htm

on april 13, the patriot challenge, staged from brittlebank park, features a six-mile and three-mile race for paddlers, whether they choose to mud run mania sit or stand. The event raises beyond the bridge run, a money for programs that seek string of mud and obstacle to get wounded veterans into races takes place in charleston. paddling programs. The second Mega Mud run and on april 21, half-Moon challenge will be april 13 on outfitters will present the legare farms on Johns island; renamed half-Moon open features several new changes, the 17th citadel bulldog chal- ocean (sup) challenge, forfrom an expanded kids run, lenge will be april 20 at The merly bodhi’s revenge, on expanded expo in a new locacitadel; and the first project folly beach, staged from the tion, expanded music on the Mud, n nationally produced fishing pier. course and expanded post-race series, will be april 27 at the www.charlestonpatriot party, including a block-long charleston tea plantation on challenge.org and www. “beer garden.” Johns island. halfmoonoutfitters.com/ on april 7, the coastal megamudrunchallenge. happenings.aspx cyclists continue to seize com, www.citadel.edu/bdc off the wall momentum from the bridge and www.projectmud.com run with its annual after the want a different kind of chalon the water bridge run ride in francis lenge? april has it. Marion national forest. while the water is bound to The second annual push The event features rides of still be chilly in a few weeks, up & up challenge, a fun, 100, 63, 50, 33, 25 and 10 miles, you can’t hold back the sup family-friendly event benefitand is staged from awendaw and kayak crowd. ing proven dropout prevention

programs, is set for april 13 in Marion square. teams of six will represent the tri-county community in competing to complete as many push-ups as possible in 30 minutes. push up & up features three divisions: competitive division, open division and school division. The fourth annual charleston bed races, featuring teams of five people racing decorated, themed beds on wheels, will be at 1 p.m. april 14 on Mary Murray boulevard in hampton park. The event benefits camp happy days, a camp for children with cancer and their families. www.pushupandup.org and www.charlestonbedrace.com

races galore

The running scene, which was jammed-packed this month, continues to be busy beyond the bridge.

for a full list, go to www. charlestonrunningclub.com, but a few noteworthy, atypical races include a beach run and a trail run in ravenel. on april 13 is the fourth annual run for adela 5k beach run/walk & 1 mile, presented by fleet landing restaurant, on the beach of sullivan’s island. proceeds will benefit camp happy days’ extreme teen water weekend for kids battling cancer and charleston waterkeepers, a nonprofit organization fighting for clean water and strong communities. and finally, if you’ve never been to caw caw county park in ravenel, you’re missing this natural gem. The where the wild Things run features a 5k on the trails april 26. www.runforadela.comand www.ccprc.com

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family circle cup

photographs provided by family circle cup

A group of gals had a ladies’ night at last year’s Family Circle Cup Night Session on April 3.

Event offers entertainment beyond tennis

by Jade Mcduffie jmcduffie@postandcourier.com

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he family circle cup has been around for more than four decades, but it’s not slowing down anytime soon. The 41st year of the event will not only satisfy tennis enthusiasts, but also includes family-friendly events, new themed nights and a street party. “we’re about adding more value and entertainment for the consumer,” tournament director and general manager bob Moran said. last year, 87,972 people enjoyed the largest women’sonly tennis tournament, and Moran said ticket sales are already 10 percent to 12 percent ahead of last year. numbers were lower last year because one day was rained out. The nine-day event will kickoff at 3 p.m. saturday with the drawing ceremony on the grand lawn. players will have their names drawn to find out who they will compete against and will pose for pictures. finals are scheduled for april 7. The event coincides with

Face-painting again will be part of Family Weekend.

if you go what: family circle cup when: saturday-april 7 where: family circle tennis center, 161 seven farms drive, daniel island price: $10-$80 for individual events; $90-$525 for ticket packages more info: www.family circlecup.com

Yoga was part of last year’s Family Weekend.

easter egg hunt on sunday on the grand lawn that’s free for kids under 12 and $10 for the rest of the family. it’s one of many events scheduled during family weekend. and perhaps the most anticipated event, other than the matches, of course, is the see more coverage at post street party kick-off to semiandcourier.com/section/ finals, also dubbed the official family-circle-cup. bridge run after-party, on april 6. easter and the cooper river if you’re running that day, bridge run this year, but you can park on daniel island Moran said they have turned and take a shuttle to the race’s what would seem to be a nega- starting line, then ride the tive into a positive by working shuttle back to continue the with the two. There will be an day at the family circle cup.

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and don’t throw that bib away because vip treatment A will be given to those wearing runner’s bibs. if you’re not running that day, you still can head out to the island and take part in the fun. Moran said the games will be more engaging and interactive this year, too. he has three people on his team devoted to social media. you can follow them on twitter @familycirclecup and like family circle cup on facebook, and they will send game updates “as fresh as we please see cup, page e7


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can have it.” There also will be text-to-win contests on the video boards, mobile website and Qr codes. Moran said young athletes, such as 20-year-old sloan stevens, inspired them to branch out and host more activities outside of the games. “for the first time in a long time, we have young americans firing up in the ranks,” he said. and, of course, the swarms of fans who attend the matches

year after year are an inspiration. since the event has been around for 41 years, Moran said they are now working will with their creative partners to make it an event children will want to continue to go to when they’re older. “we know we have the true tennis fans. in order for an event to be successful, you’ve got to create an overall fan experience. if they know they can come out and have a good experience with their friends and their kids, we know we’ll do well,” he said.

The inflatable tennis courts will return this year.

special events

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A group hula hoops at last year’s Family Circle Cup.

Family Weekend

and fun after the run. live music will be provided by soul fish. and those still wearing their runner bibs will be given vip treatment. when: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. april 6 where: daniel island price: $40 includes ticket to family circle cup semifinals and entrance to bridge run after-party

Easter Egg Hunt

uSC Night

what: enjoy two fun-filled days of balloon artists, spring craft stations, face-painting, cookie decorating, magicians, jump castles and more interactive activities. when: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. sunday where: to be announced price: $10 for adults, free admission for kids 12 and under what: take part in an easter egg hunt and make sure you stick around for a special visit from the easter bunny. when: noon sunday where: grand lawn price: part of family weekend; $10 for adults, free admission for kids 12 and under

what: young american sloane stephens competes in her first singles match; two players from the university of south carolina will take on a world-class professional doubles team. when: 7-10 p.m. tuesday price: $20 with a usc student id.

Military Appreciation Eleven Exhibition Match Night

A boy gets a high-five on the court on Family Weekend.

Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island

what: a world team tennis-style exhibition featuring venus williams, Johanna Konta and eight local women styled in venus’ 2013 eleven clothing line. when: 4:30-6 p.m. monday where: althea gibson court

what: in honor of their service, active duty military and their families will be given complementary admission. when: 7-10 p.m. wednesday price: free for active-duty military and their family.

Happy Hour

Pink Out Night

what: featuring drink specials, beverage tastings and live music, this will be the place to be. the live music lineup is as follows: calvin taylor on tuesday, blue dogs acoustic trio on wednesday, travis allison on april 4 and permanent vacation on april 5. when: 4-8 p.m. tuesday-april 5 where: racquet club bar on the grand lawn

what: the stadium is looking to pink out. attendees are encouraged to don their brightest pink in support of the susan g. Komen for the cure lowcountry affiliate. for everyone wearing pink or who purchases the pink drink of the night, $1 will be donated to cancer research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs. when: 7-10 p.m. april 4

Street Party Kick-Off

SunTrust Night

what: in a joint effort between the family circle cup and the cooper river bridge run, join thousands of fellow runners and fans for an afternoon of live music, food, drinks

what: suntrust promises to pump up the energy, even when there is a break in the action. when: 7-10 p.m. april 5


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‘the host’

meyer’s movie goes beyond teen romance to survival of human race

by Mick lasalle San Francisco Chronicle

movie review

he host” is based on a stephenie Meyer novel, but don’t think of it that way. Meyer is the author of the “twilight” saga, but “The host” was adapted and directed by andrew niccol, who wrote “The truman show” and has written and directed a number of odd and interesting sci-fi fantasies, including “in time,” “s1m0ne” and “gattaca.” “The host” feels a lot like a niccol movie and nothing like “twilight,” despite a story involving another impossible teenage romance. neither romantic nor fake romantic, and not at all ridiculous, “The host” has an atmosphere that is cold, austere and sardonic. The main concern isn’t two kids and their emotional issues but human survival in a hostile and peculiar universe. niccol is like a grand scale, big-budget rod serling (“The twilight Zone”). That’s a good thing. as with serling, niccol’s quirky future visions are always tied to some social concern or some critical observation of life as it’s currently lived. in this scary future world, the earth has been invaded by aliens that have very little in the way of a physical body. They are, more or less, pure soul. They descend on a planet en masse. They prefer planets that are poorly run, where people are brutal and stupid and kill each other. and take possession of their bodies. The real person disappears, but the body remains. The only tell-tale sign that a change has taken place is in the eyes, which become weird. lots of strange contact lenses were

1/2(out of five stars) director: andrew niccol cast: saoirse ronan, diane Kruger, william hurt, Jake abel, max irons rated: pg-13 for some sensuality and violence running time: 2 hours, 5 minutes more photos: for more photographs from the film, check out the review on charlestonscene.com.

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used during the making of this movie. The smart innovation of “The host” is that these alien beings are not malevolent. sure, they’re a threat to human existence, and they are roving interplanetary parasites, but the civilization they’re spreading is entirely benign. when people become possessed they become really, really nice: trusting, generous, and almost incapable of lying. “The host” begins at a point at which the aliens outnumber human beings by about a million to one, and the authorities are just doing cleanup operations. Melanie (saoirse ronan), a teenager, has become one of the possessed, but the human force is strong within her, and so she resists giving up information about her loved ones. This struggle within is dramatized by our hearing the internal conversation between Melanie and the host spirit, an ongoing dialogue that might have seemed corny or contrived but, in the hands of niccol, seems appropriately creepy. Melanie represents some-

Max Irons (from left), Jake Abel and Saoirse Ronan star in “The Host.”

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Diane Kruger stars in “The Host.” thing dangerous to the alien cause, a human spirit with the potential of turning her host spirit into an ally, so when Melanie goes rogue, her supervisor, diane kruger at her most fierce, becomes obsessed with finding her. so “The host” becomes the story of Melanie’s search for her remaining friends and family, while the aliens search for her. against niccol’s chilly

Saoirse Ronan stars in “The Host.” background, the romantic elements — the alien falls in love with one young human man, while Melanie is in love with her old boyfriend — don’t

seem silly, probably because they’re not pumped up as they would be in a “twilight” movie. in niccol’s hands, every-

thing is a practical problem, more likely to be solved by william hurt, as an old woodsman with a rifle, than by love conquering all.


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film delves into excesses of ‘spring breakers’

by Manohla dargis New York Times News Service

don’t have enough cash. while faith prays on her problems, the other three opt for a more ust before the candydirect approach: armed with colored apocalypse comes squirt guns and a lady-size to harmony korine’s sledgehammer, they go full-on “spring breakers,” you hear the gangsta and rob a restaurant. peaceable murmurings of a “pretend it’s a video game,” beach, of lapping water, calling one giggles. “act like it’s a movgulls and playing children. ie.” so they do. They’re nice, these sounds of There are consequences of summer, promises of carefree, a kind, but first: paaarty! The youthful pursuits like buildfour later take off for spring ing sand castles and shrieking break in st. petersburg, fla. at waves. The first image of There they join an invading what looks like a beach party army that seemingly has comkeeps the happy vibe going. mandeered every inch of sand, dozens, hundreds of gyrating, surf and hotel. from rooms and dancing young women and halls, these tanned, groomed men are basking in the honparagons of american youth eyed light — as the beat goes and orthodontics spill onto balon and the smiles sour into conies and into pools, laughing sneers — although it becomes and yelling as they drink, snort, evident that they’re also mari- dance, thrash and jump, jump, nating in a tsunami of beer. jump up, moving together like welcome to the party, dude, a pulsing organism. They’re korine seems to be saying (or beautiful and monstrous, is he snickering?), now sit back, enthralling and repellent. for relax and enjoy the show. he those who don’t belong to their to be proves an excellent ringtribe, they may be exotic, wormaster and a crafty one, too. in risome, frightening or repre“spring breakers,” he bores into sentatives of the decline of the a contested, deeply american west in hot-pink bikinis. topic — the pursuit of happiJust kids or children of the ness taken to nihilistic extremes damned? take your pick. har— but turns his exploration mony korine, a pasticheur and into such a gonzo, outrageously cultural vulgarian (part dada, funny party that it takes awhile part european art cinema, part to appreciate that this is more Mtv’s “Jackass”), isn’t interestof a horror film than a comedy. ed in making up your mind for if the laughter at times catches you. instead he tosses out his in your throat, well, that’s part ideas like puzzle pieces and lets of the queasy, transfixing expe- you see how or if they fit. The rience that is “spring breakers.” women want to go on spring korine presents a seductive fe- break and want to have fun, male quartet that includes two and he seems to want the same. former disney teen queens, he splashes on the gorgeous, selena gomez (as faith) and gaudy color and bends the vanessa hudgens (candy), story line, adding brief flashalong with ashley benson forwards and flashbacks that (brit) and his wife, rachel ko- make it seem as if time were rine (cotty). incessantly skipping forward introduced shortly after the and backward, almost swirling. opening bacchanal, the four gestures, bits of dialogue and portray students at a nondemoody moments are repeated script school somewhere warm like old songs, like dreams, rituthat’s ornamented with palm als and highlight reels. trees and bored young people korine clearly digs frolicking smoking weed, hanging out, with his visiting celebrities, and sometimes reading and even the actresses seem happy to do attending classes. things that would make uncle over a number of dreamy, walt spin in his grave. They’re elliptical scenes that slide almost giddy, at least at first, from day to night and back, it and given that both gomez emerges that the four friends and hudgens have put in time want to go on spring break but working for disney, it’s no

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1/2 (out of five stars) director: harmony Korine cast: vanessa hudgens, selena gomez, ashley benson, rachel Korine, James franco and gucci mane rated: r for gun violence and nudity running time: 1 hour, 34 minutes more photos: for more photographs from the film, check out the review on charlestonscene.com. wonder that they cut loose. in “spring breakers,” they have the chance to simulate the behavior that feeds the tabloids without the humiliations and careercrushing price paid by the likes of lindsay lohan. The female stars of “spring breakers” get to shoot guns and hang out with James franco. The fantastic franco, wearing grillz and long cornrows, rolls up with guns and a white camaro convertible with red rims. his character, a rapper from “st. pete” called alien, is a hustler, dealer and self-anointed gangsta. he walks the bad-boy walk and talks the talk, but he’s strictly thug lite. for the women, he becomes something of a sleazy prince charming — not all the princesses are equally charmed — in a story that has metamorphosed into a feverish fairy tale. “look at all my” stuff, he boasts, almost self-amazed, in a startling, deliriously funny riff on “The great gatsby” — except that instead of throwing shirts in the air he’s brandishing machine guns, bricks of dope, wads of cash and animal-print shorts. alien’s masquerade as well as his feud with a black gangster brings the film back to an earlier scene that indicates korine has more on his mind than surface shocks. brit and candy are sitting in a class, not paying attention to their history lesson. at that point, they haven’t yet pretended to be gangstas and robbed the restaurant, playing thugs without the burden, without the history, without the cost.

A scene from “Spring Breakers.” when korine loops back to the crime, he takes you inside so you can see the terrified customers cowering as brit and candy smash up the place,

waving their “weapons.” The squirt guns are fakes, but both the women’s pleasure and the rage that pumps through the scene and increasingly through

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the film — feeding the excesses, the posturing and escalating violence like a poisoned river — feel eerily real, familiar and very american.


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‘gatekeepers’ sobering look at mideast ‘peace’

documentary explores decades-long conflict between israelis and palestinians by steven rea The Philadelphia Inquirer

movie review

egrets are the natural property of gray hairs,” charles dickens opined. and while the six men in dror Moreh’s haunting and daunting documentary, “The gatekeepers,” have gray hair — or no hair at all — theirs are not the simple regrets of spent youth. former directors of the shin bet, the israeli counterterrorism agency charged with keeping their nation secure, these are men who oversaw the surveillance, arrest, interrogation and even assassination of suspected enemies. while their main targets were palestinians, jihadists and hamas, increasingly over the years, radical fundamentalist Jews who opposed any measures of peace or any retreat from settlement expansion in the west bank required shin bet’s attention, too.

1/2 (out of five stars) director: dror moreh cast: ami ayalon, avi dichter, yuval diskin, carmi gillon, yaakov peri, avraham shalom rated: pg-13 for violence and adult themes running time: 1 hour, 37 minutes more photos: for more photographs from the film, check out the review at charlestonscene.com.

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and to the one, these six men, interviewed separately, sit before dror Moreh’s camera and reflect with striking candor on what went wrong, the fateful decisions that backfired, the iron-fisted strategies that brought about more violence, more bloodshed, not less. please see peace, page e11

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The documentary “The Gatekeepers” features interviews with six past directors of the Shin Bet, the Israeli counterterrorism agency.

Oscar-nominated director has his eyes on a bigger prize by roger Moore MCT

turned-documentary maker, Moreh was facing off with six hard-nosed men, experts in sraeli filmmaker dror interrogation, men used to not Moreh has earned prizes giving direct answers to probnear and far for his oscaring questions. nominated documentary, how did he prepare? “The gatekeepers.” “for my earlier film, ‘shagroups such as the national ron’ (on israeli prime Minsociety of film critics have ister ariel sharon), i spoke singled him out not just for to your (former secretary of his film’s daring subject — he state) condeleeza rice, a very interviews the past six heads smart woman who doesn’t of israel’s shin bet secret want to answer a question police force — or the movie’s simply, often. she was good artistic way of using archival practice.” news footage, animation and he knew he’d need three to sony pictures classics interviews to take a long-view four hourlong sessions with look at decades of Middle the various shin bet chiefs, Dror Moreh is the director of “The Gatekeepers.” east conflict. that he’d need time to come but they’re also honoring him back to a question evaded tent. and he knew, straight come,” he said. “These men as a particularly dogged intermore than once. he knew he off, that he had a trump card. are of the shadows. They viewer. a cinematographerhad to be tricky, and persis“i didn’t force them to don’t do interviews. but they

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“These men are of the shadows. They don’t do interviews. But they wanted to speak, and speak candidly and openly and in a way, I think, that could be helpful to the peace process. All I had to do was push the right buttons.” dror moreh, israeli filmmaker

wanted to speak, and speak candidly and openly and in a way, i think, that could be helpful to the peace process. all i had to do was push the right buttons.” Moreh’s film is not an alternate history of israel’s 46 years as an occupying army in territories conquered in

the 1967 six day war. it’s a ground-level exploration of the consequences of each israeli or palestinian escalation of the violence that has accompanied those decisions. “what i wanted to do was approach those events from please see director, page e11


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from avraham shalom, who ran shin bet from 1980 to 1986, to yuval diskin, who served as the secret service’s head from 2005 until 2011, these men, all from military backgrounds, speak about the futility of many of their programs, of the directives that came down from above. in some ways, “The gatekeepers” is like one long confession, a bureaucratic baring of the soul: the hard details of undercover operations, the airstrikes on suspected terrorist hideouts,

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the perspective of those most closely involved with the events, from the israeli side — people who carried out policy,” Moreh said. Those shin bet chiefs, from avraham shalom to yuval diskin, “understand what happened, the reality of what

Yaakov Peri

Avraham Shalom

the killing of militants and innocents. but for all the horror stories documented here — and on occasion re-enacted — the overriding message is sobering and clear: This is not the road to Carmi Gillon peace. nominated for a best documentary feature oscar (it lost out to “searching for sugar Man”), “The gatekeepers” is remarkable for the access

granted first-time filmmaker Moreh, and doubly remarkable for the frankness with which shalom and diskin — and yaakov peri (1988-

happened and the climate of the times. you cannot argue with them. you cannot say that they come from the far left, people preaching peace. no. They are people who understand the conflict better than anyone else, and their solution is one that peace advocates have been making for years.”

Moreh’s film takes one side, one point of view, the israeli one, and lets those in charge of carrying out policies designed to keep israel safe, no matter what, do some soul searching as they talk about the cost of such a tit-for-tat strategy. “it’s not as if they’re telling us something new. all

Avi Dichter

95), carmi gillon (1994-96), ami ayalon (1996-2000) and avi dichter (2000-05) — describe their perceived victories and losses, and their

deep-seated frustrations. when prime Minister yitzhak rabin was assassinated by a Jewish extremist in 1995, it shook israel and the Middle east to the core. president bill clinton had orchestrated a historic accord between rabin and plo chairman yasser arafat, but after rabin’s death, the peace process and the self-govern-

ment plans for the palestinians collapsed. so, too, did the infrastructure of shin bet, which was held responsible for the security lapse that led to rabin’s death. as a clear-eyed examination of a conflict that seems to have no end, “The gatekeepers” is powerful, provocative stuff. These six men have stood on the front lines, but they also stand on the blurry lines of right and wrong, of moral doubt and self-doubt. if vigilance and pre-emption, recompense and retaliation are not enough, the film asks, then what is?

these horrible things that they had to do to maintain israeli security they now talk about, that is what is taking people in israel and the international community by surprise.” as critic david edelstein marveled in new york Magazine, “you know the holy land is an unholy

mess when the professional paranoiacs with a license to kill come off like peaceniks.” Moreh is working to get “The gatekeepers” translated from hebrew to arabic. “i know how important it is for this to show in gaza, the west bank and the rest of the arab world. someone

has initiated a screening of it in ramallah, and i would love to be there for that although i don’t know if i will be allowed to go. i want palestinians to see the film, to maybe understand their hated enemy as we finally try to understand them. That’s the greatest reward for me.”

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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 The Gatekeepers

1/2 pg-13

a documentary on shin bet, the israeli secret service agency, featuring interviews with six former heads of the agency. terrace: fri-thurs april 4: 1:10, 3, 4:55, 7:05, 8:55

G.I. Joe: Retaliation pg-13

in addition to fighting cobra, the g.i. Joes must infiltrate the white house to rescue the president when zartan impersonates him and tries to deceive other world leaders. cinebarre: fri: 12:45, 3:45, 7, 9:35; sat-sun: 10:10, 12:45, 3:45, 7, 9:35; mon-thurs april 4: 12:45, 3:45, 7, 9:35 cinebarre 3d: fri-thurs april 4: 1:15, 4:15, 7:25, 10 citadel: today-april 4: 1:30, 4:30, 7, 9:25 citadel 3d: today-thurs april 4: 2, 5, 8 citadel imaX: today-thurs april 4: 1, 4, 7:30, 9:50 hwy 21: fri-sun: 8 James island: fri-thurs april 4: 4:10, 9:30 James island 3d: fri-april 4: 1:30, 6:50 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1:25, 4:10, 6:50, 9:15 northwoods 3d: today-thurs april 4: 1:45, 4:35, 7:20, 9:40

The Host

1/2 pg-13

when parasitic aliens invade peoples bodies and erase their memories, a young woman risks everything to protect those she loves. cinebarre: fri: 12:55, 3:55, 7:20, 10:10; satsun: 10, 12:55, 3:55, 7:20, 10:10; mon-thurs april 4: 12:55, 3:55, 7:20, 10:10 citadel: today: 9; fri-thurs april 4: 1:10, 2:10, 3:55, 5:10, 7, 8:10, 9:40 James island: fri-thurs april 4: 1:10, 4:15, 7, 9:55 northwoods: fri-thurs april 4: 1:05, 3:55, 6:50, 9:35

cinebarre: fri: 1:35, 4:35, 7:35, 9:55; sat-sun: 11:15, 1:35, 4:35, 7:35, 9:55; mon-thurs april 4: 1:35, 4:35, 7:35, 9:55

The Croods

Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

animated feature about the world’s first prehistoric family after their cave is destroyed by an earthquake.

pg-13

tyler perry’s latest drama about a marriage counselor who betrays her husband and embarks on a passionate and obsessive affair with one of her clients.

cinebarre: fri: 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:10; satsun: 10:30, 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:10; mon-thurs april 4: 1:10, 4:10, 7:30, 10:10 citadel: today: 10; fri-thurs april 4: 1, 2, 3:45, 5, 7, 8, 9:40 James island: fri-thurs april 4: 1:15,4:05, 7, 9:50 northwoods: fri-thurs april 4: 1:10, 2:10, 3:50, 5:10, 7, 8:10, 9:30

Playing 21 and Over  r

the evening before an important interview, a straight-a medical student celebrates his 21st birthday with two friends, and it turns into a night of mayhem. northwoods: today: 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40; fri-thurs april 4: 9:40

Admission  pg-13

a princeton university admissions officer (tina fey) takes personal and professional risks while on a recruiting visit to an alternative high school.

cinebarre: today: 1:15, 4:15, 7:25, 10; fri: 1:20, 4:20, 7:15, 9:50; sat-sun: 10:45, 1:20, 4:20, 7:15, 9:50; mon-thurs april 4: 1:20, 4:20, 7:15, 9:50 citadel: today-thurs april 4: 1:25, 4:10, 7:20, 9:45 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1:35, 4:15, 7:15, 9:40 terrace: today-thurs april 4: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:15, 9:25

Mindless Behavior: All Around the World

The Call

a concert documentary about the teen r&b/hip-hop boy band mindless behavior on their first headlining u.s. tour.

suspense thriller about a 911 operator (halle berry) who receives a call from an abducted girl (abigail breslin) and must confront a killer from her past to rescue her.

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James island: fri-thurs april 4: 1:40, 4:20, 6:40, 8:50

Spring Breakers 1/2 r

while on vacation, four college girls search for adventure and excitement and become involved in a life of crime.

TheaTers

1/2 r

cinebarre: today: 1:35, 4:35, 7:50, 10:10; fri: 1:30, 4:30, 7:45, 10:15; sat-sun: 11:10, 1:30, 4:30, 7:45, 10:15; mon-thurs april 4: 1:30, 4:30, 7:45, 10:15 citadel: today-thurs april 4: 1:40, 4:20, 7:20, 9:40 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1:35, 4:10, 7:20, 9:40

1/2 pg

tive (Jason bateman) crosses the country to confront the con artist (melissa mccarthy) who has stolen his identity. cinebarre: today: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 citadel: today-april 4: 1:25, 3:55, 7, 9:35 James island: today-thurs april 4: 1:20, 4:10, 7, 9:45

cinebarre: today: 1, 4, 7, 9:25; fri: 1, 4, 7:05, 9:30; sat-sun: 10:35, 1, 4, 7:05, 9:30; mon-thurs april 4: 1, 4, 7:05, 9:30 cinebarre 3d: today: 1:25, 4:25, 7:30, 9:55; fri: 1:25, 4:25, 7:35; sat-sun: 11, 1:25, 4:25, 7:35; mon-thurs april 4: 1:25, 4:25, 7:35 citadel: today-thurs april 4: 12:50, 1:50, 3:20, 4:15, 5:50, 7, 8, 9:30 citadel 3d: today-april 4: 1:30, 4, 7:15, 9:45 hwy 21: fri-sun: 8 James island: today-thurs april 4: 1:30, 6:45 James island 3d: today-april 4: 4, 9:15 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1, 3:30, 6:30, 9 northwoods 3d: today-thurs april 4: 1:30, 4:15, 7:15, 9:35

burt wonderstone (steve carell) and anton marvelton (steve buscemi) struggle to revive their magic act when their success is threatened by guerrilla street magician steve gray (Jim carrey).

Dark Skies

Jack the Giant Slayer

Incredible Burt Wonderstone  pg-13

cinebarre: today: 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 9:45 citadel: today: 1:20, 4:10, 7, 9:35; fri-thurs april 4: 1:20, 4:10, 7 James island: today-april 4: 4, 7:10, 9:40 northwoods: today: 1:20, 4:05, 7:10, 9:45

1/2

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this science-fiction horror film follows a young suburban family targeted by a mysterious and deadly force.

a young farmhand accidentally opens the gateway to a world of giants, and an ancient war between the kingdoms is reignited.

pg-13

James island: today: 4:15, 7:15, 9:45

Dead Man Down  r

pg-13

citadel: today: 1, 7; fri-thurs april 4: 1 citadel 3d: today: 4, 9:35; fri-april 4: 4 hwy 21: fri-sun: 10 James island: today: 4, 9:35 James island 3d: today: 6:50 northwoods: today: 1:30, 4:10, 7, 9:45

cinebarre: today: 12:30, 3:30, 7:15, 10:15; fri: 3:50, 10:05; sat-sun: 9:55, 3:50, 10:05; monthurs april 4: 3:50, 10:05 cinebarre 3d: today: 12:45, 3:45, 7:45, 10:40; fri-thurs april 4: 12:50, 7:10 citadel: today-thurs april 4: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:20 citadel 3d: today-thurs april 4: 2, 5, 8 citadel imaX: today: 1, 4, 7, 9:50 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1:05, 3:50, 7, 9:45 northwoods 3d: today-thurs april 4: 2:10, 5:05, 8:10 terrace: today: 1:30, 9:30; fri-thurs april 4: 1:30, 4:10, 7:20, 9:30

Parental Guidance

1/2 pg

grandparents agree to watch their three grandchildren but run into some challenges when they try to use their oldfashioned parenting styles. hwy 21: fri-sun: 9:50

Safe Haven

1/2 pg-13

based on nicholas sparks’ novel, a mysterious newcomer in a north carolina town has her budding romance with a local widower threatened when she must confront the dark secrets of her past. James island: today: 4:05, 7, 9:45

a ruthless crime lord’s vengeful righthand man (colin farrell) is seduced and blackmailed by one of his boss’ victims, who needs him to help her get retribution.

Olympus Has Fallen



r

Emperor

a former special forces operator (gerard butler) must save the president (aaron eckhart) when he is kidnapped by a terrorist mastermind.

after eight months in an institution, a man moves in with his parents and bonds with a mysterious girl.

cinebarre: today: 12:55, 3:55, 7:40, 10:25

 pg-13

in post-world war ii Japan, gen. douglas macarthur (tommy lee Jones) is responsible for deciding whether emperor hirohito should be punished as a war criminal and enlists assistance from an expert in Japanese culture and psychological warfare (matthew fox). terrace: today: 1, 3; fri-thurs april 4: 3, 5, 7

Escape From Planet Earth 1/2 pg

animated feature about an astronaut hero who rushes to answer a distress call from a dangerous alien planet and must be saved by his brother. James island: today: 4

Identity Thief  r

a mild-mannered accounts representa-

1/2

cinebarre: today: 1, 4, 7:35, 10:20; fri: 1:05, 4:05, 7:40, 10:25; sat-sun: 10:20, 1:05, 4:05, 7:40, 10:25; mon-april 4: 1:05, 4:05, 7:40, 10:25 citadel: today-april 4: 1:10, 3:40, 6:55, 9:35 James island: today-thurs april 4: 1:25, 4:10, 6:55, 9:40 northwoods: today-thurs april 4: 1:20, 4:10, 7:10, 9:35

Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation nr

the academy award nominees in the category of best animation. park circle: sat: 8

Oz the Great and Powerful 1/2 pg

a small-time, unethical magician from Kansas (James franco) is hurled into the enchanted land of oz and transforms himself into a great wizard and better man.

Silver Linings Playbook r

cinebarre: today: 1:05, 4:05, 7:05, 9:50; frithurs april 4: 10 citadel: today-april 4: 1:30, 4:05, 7, 9:45

Snitch  pg-13

when his son is wrongfully imprisoned, a father risks everything to become an undercover informant for the dea and infiltrate a dangerous drug cartel.

citadel: today-thurs april 4: 1:20, 3:55, 7, 9:35 James island: today: 6:30, 9:15 northwoods: today: 12:45, 3, 5:10, 7:25, 9:35; fri-thurs april 4: 12:45, 3, 5:10, 7:25

Stoker

1/2 r

psychological thriller about the relationships between an 18-year-old girl, her mother (nicole Kidman) and the mysterious brother-in-law.

terrace: today: 12:50, 2:50, 4:45, 7:05, 9; frithurs april 4: 12:50, 9

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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the gathering cafe

w. ashley neighborhood restaurant antidote for fast food with fresh, local flavors by deidre schipani Special to The Post and Courier

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athan conkle, a culinary institute of charleston graduate, opened The gathering cafe last fall. it is a modest space in the orange grove plaza strip mall west of the ashley. unfortunately, the shopping center’s marquee advertises the dog & duck restaurant, which is closed. The gathering cafe, which is open, could certainly benefit from some roadside recognition. it joins its sam rittenberg boulevard neighbor, The original Ms. rose’s fine food and cocktails, in restoring homecooked meals to the neighborhood. conkle also has partnered with local farmers and growers as well as growfood carolina, limehouse produce and adluh grits to shine a light on local and seasonal ingredients. conkle learned and practiced his craft at Magnolias, The sanctuary at kiawah island and whole foods. he channels the river cottage in britain for his inspiration, and although there are no hedgerows or pastures surrounding his cafe, there is a simplicity and straight-forwardness to the cooking and service. The small dining room incorporates a short bar, fresh flowers, live plants, and a tranquil green and cream color palette. photos on the walls pay homage to the work of food. conkle has named his restaurant with the intention that it will live up to definition. and if we take the temperature of the health of our communities by virtue of their cafes, the vibrant ones are best served by large numbers of locally owned and operated neighborhood eateries. The gathering cafe serves lunch and dinner. sandwiches ($9) are available at lunch only. new to the menu are a variety of pastas with tuesdays offering half-off the price. The kitchen prepares daily soup, lunch and dinner specials. prices are modest and

portions are generous. we were among the majority leaving with leftovers. soups are ladled by the cup ($4) or bowl ($6) and are quite filling. a wedge of crispy grilled brie cheese sandwich accompanies the ubiquitous tomato soup, which is swirled with unctuous creme fraiche. The flavors are bright with the tomato’s acidity parsing the richness of the cheese. black bean and kale soup was the other option, and if the tomato soup is an indicator, the black bean is a winner, too. The gathering cafe sources its bread locally and serves it with a ramekin of seasoned olive oil for dipping. salads are entree size ($8.25), but our waiter quickly offered a half-portion option that we took. even at that, the leafy greens, beluga lentils, quinoa, radishes, grape tomatoes and avocado chunks with a lemon vinaigrette were a plate to be reckoned with. proteins can be added to any of the salads (chicken $4, salmon $7) that also included a Mediterranean chopped salad ($8.25) and kale caesar ($8.25). vegans and vegetarians will find a cornucopia of vegetables to choose from and budgetfriendly pricing: $2 apiece or four for $7. penang-style curry ($14) is coconut milk based and lush with carrots, potatoes, zucchini and mushrooms. top this Malaysian-inspired dish with tofu ($14), chicken ($15) or shrimp ($17). pastas ($14-$18) can be ordered as half-portions. They include turkey bolognese ($12) with gluten-free pasta or spaghetti; chicken with rigatoni; fusilli with pesto sauce; or malfadine with shrimp ($18). Malfadine are narrow lasagna-shaped noodles, a bit

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The Gathering Cafe is at 1124 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. in West Ashley. thick with curled edges. This dish was billed as spicy but did not taste so robust. however, leftovers the next day answered with the heat of chiles. a roasted salmon ($15.95) entree was accompanied by lachinato kale, whose aggressive flavor was nicely tamed, and a side of ancient grains that combined sweet potatoes, farrow and apples into a delicious melange of earthy chewiness and a sweet finish. topped with a black olive tapenade and a sauce base of what tasted like the tomato soup, this was a dish of complex flavors that was carried off well by the kitchen. My only quibble was the salmon was overcooked. wine and beer are served,

with a modest craft and local beer menu and wines tailored to the entrees. expect to see the menu change with the seasons, especially the vegetable sides. desserts ($5) are outsourced and include a carrot cake, chocolate fondant cake and cheesecake. There also is a house-made bread pudding. The gathering cafe aims to please. conkle and his team are season- and ingredientfocused. shopping in the delicious pantry of the lowcountry arms them well in the local and cafe food genre. now all he needs to do is harvest customers in the neighborhood to gather together and further his efforts to eat local.

the gathering cafe cuisine: global category: neighborhood favorite location: 1124 sam rittenberg blvd., west ashley phone: 297-8380 bar: beer and wine hours: lunch 11 a.m.3 p.m. monday-saturday; dinner 4:30-9 p.m. tuesdaysaturday; closed sunday; closed monday evening for dinner. food: 1/2 atmosphere:  service:  price: $-$$ costs: soups $4-$6, appetizers $7, salads $8.25, entrees

$12-$18.95, mp daily specials, sides $2 each or four for $7, pastas $12-$18, lunch sandwiches $9, desserts $5, kids menu vegetarian options: vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options wheelchair accessible: yes parking: lot of orange grove plaza other: www.gathering westashley.com; @gatheringcafe; facebook; tuesdays, half-off pasta dinners; carry-out; outdoor dining tables; live music.


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by deidre schipani Special to The Post and Courier

it is at 1537d ben sawyer blvd. in Mount pleasant. go to www.seppyshotdogs.com.

light it up

firefly distillery on wadmalaw island has added offerings to its lineup: firefly Moonshine. between 41.1 and 100.7 proof, 20.55 percent and 50.35 percent alcohol by volume, firefly Moonshine is produced in six flavors: white lightning, apple pie, caramel, cherry, strawberry and peach. “when we first started making the firefly Moonshine, we kept it to ourselves. it was a ‘distillery secret’ that only a few people knew about,” said scott newitt, a co-founder of the distillery along with Jim irvin. “but it tasted so good our ‘firefly insiders’ kept asking for it. so we decided it was time to share the good stuff and make it available across the u.s.” firefly Moonshine sales kicked off at the distillery tasting room in mid-february and was introduced statewide later in the month. it is on its way to licensed liquor distributors, retailers, bars and restaurants nationwide. go to www.firefly moonshine.com.

palma and pinot

pinot and seafood will reign supreme at high cotton’s wine dinner featuring wines from anne amie vineyards. at 6:30 p.m. april 4, executive chef Joe palma will create a five-course menu featuring seafood dishes. The dinner is $85 plus tax and gratuity. reservations are required and can be made by calling 724-3815. high cotton is at 199 east bay st. go to www.highcottoncharleston.com.

corn, pigs and grits

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z aug. 1: palmetto brewery z sept. 5: sierra nevada brewing co. The cruises begin at 6 p.m., with “Meet the brewers” at 7 p.m. beer and food pairings will be served at lighthouse on the creek on shem creek in Mount pleasant. tickets are $55 and include the cruise, food and beer pairings. tickets can be purchased at bottles on coleman boulevard, lighthouse on the creek or red’s ice house. call 881-7384.

spicing it up

charleston tea plantation has introduced two new tea flavors to its american classic tea selections: cinnamon spice and carolina Mint. american classic tea is made from tea grown locally at the charleston tea plantation on wadmalaw island and is certified s.c. grown. it’s the only tea grown in america. charleston tea plantation is at 6617 Maybank highway on wadmalaw island.

tacos going to dogs

The riverdogs will transform the former nacho house to a taco house called wacko taco. because of its popularity, the baseball club will continue to offer the well-known kitchen cruising for a brewskie sink nachos, which includes palmetto breeze has everything in the concession launched its schedule of beers, stand (but the kitchen sink). breezes and cruises: The taco menu will be exz april 4: westbrook brewing panded to include a pulled z May 2: stone brewing co. pork taco featuring locally z June 6: sweetwater brewproduced sticky fingers ing co. pulled pork. z July 11: new belgium beer shakes also make its brewing debut this year and will be

available in three flavors: palmetto espresso porter chocolate (from a local brewery), guinness caramel and sweetwater 420 strawberry. other menu items expected to hit it out of the park are a peanut butter and jalapeno jelly bacon burger and a variety of pork rinds. introduced last year to a rousing success was the sausage world stand, which will continue to offer the alligator, brat and duck sausages. in addition, a chicken and appleflavored sausage has been added. for more information, contact the riley park box office at 577-dogs (3647) or online at www.riverdogs.com.

sippin’ saturdays

“hogs and hominy ... grits that is” will take place 6:309 p.m. april 11 at 549 east bay st. on the menu: pork, grits, a contest, charleston libations, storytelling, music and more. tickets include dinner and the program for $75. go to brownpapertickets.com or call 804-484-5365 for details. This is a culinary evening produced by sarah graham and company.

multiplication of loaves

five loaves cafe has opened at 1055 Johnnie dodds blvd., suite 50, in the crickentree village center in Mount pleasant. This is a move within the same center; now they are in the improved and remodeled former village tavern space. look for the bright yellow sails. call 849-1043.

pub in summerville

caleb taylor opened the homegrown brewhouse at 117 s. Main st., summerville. on the menu: 40 taps, local beers, beer floats and desserts made with beer.

clusters packing in

irvin-house vineyards has resurrected sippin’ saturdays noon-4 p.m. food service begins at noon with music starting at 1 p.m. irvin-house vineyards is at 6775 bears bluff road on wadmalaw island. for details, call 559-6867 or go to www. charlestonwine.com.

pearlz oyster bar at 9 Magnolia ave. in west ashley will hold its last oyster roast of the season 2-5 p.m. april 7. The cost is $12 for all-you-can-eat oysters. They will offer live music by Thomas champagne and special prices on drinks. call 573-2277.

more easter options

The former abe’s oyster house on coleman boulevard in Mount pleasant has new owners who plan to convert this house of bivalves into a cooking emporium called scratch. on the menu: an eclectic assortment of global dining options, scratch-made tortillas, breakfast, lunch, a beer garden bar and outdoor patio. Zach bedell and chef Mat Jones plan to be open for the summer season.

z 82 Queen will be open 10:30 a.m-3 p.m. for brunch and will open for dinner at 5:30 p.m. reservations are strongly suggested. go to www.82Queen.com. z lowcountry bistro will open at 10 a.m. and serve its regular menu.

new dog in town

seppy’s hotdogs will open on april 13. Join in the opening day festivities noon-3 p.m.

scratching the surface


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thursday, March 28, 2013: E15

ike’s has freshness, cheap prices in its favor by rob young Special to The Post and Courier

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ne of my favorite food trips from the past year was a visit to prince’s hot chicken shack in nashville, tenn., a recent recipient of the James beard foundation america’s classics award. any guess as to what the 60-plus-year-old institution serves? That’s right, fried chicken, in spice degrees ranging from mild to extra hot, the last of which features a fiery, molten-level intensity. generally, the wait time is an hour or so after ordering, the backdrop a modern-day shack set inside an older strip mall on the north side of the city. so just imagine my expectations during a visit to ike’s

if you go what: ike’s hot chicken, fish and more where: 616 meeting st. hours: 7 a.m.-until monday-saturday for more info: 805-5812 hot chicken, fish and More. which, honestly, is beyond unfair to ike’s. prince’s required decades to reach its stature; the recently opened ike’s needs more than just a few months. The restaurant makes its home near the hello My name is bbQ restaurant on Meeting street. you can’t miss ike’s. formerly craves soul food, the shop is painted in bright green and yellow. The offerings vary from, well, chicken to fish and more.

The deviled crab from Ike’s Hot Chicken, Fish and More. The fish means fried shrimp, scallops and deviled crab, as the “more” involves breakfast platters, wings and burgers, as well as ham and cheese, grilled cheese, and fish and pork chop sandwiches. as to the chicken, it’s good. The pieces are small, but the meat retains its juiciness, and the skin is crisp. it’s just not a game-changer, and it’s not hot in the same way as prince’s. The “hot” at ike’s just refers

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A two-piece order of fried chicken from Ike’s Hot Chicken, Fish and More. to the freshness, as it’s fried when you order it. to its credit, ike’s probably has the best prices on the pen-

insula. a two-piece thigh and leg combo costs $2.99, while the four-piece — also thighs and drumsticks — runs $4.99.

it’s a compelling point for purchase. here’s hoping for a few tailgate specials come fall.


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when cable channel aMc introduced the original series “The walking dead” a couple of years ago, no one could have possibly predicted how popular it would be. sure, zombies were hot at the time, but the show, based on a popular graphic novel, will wrap up its third season this weekend and draws in millions of viewers each sunday night. to capitalize on the show’s rabid fan base, the producers have introduced everything

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it seems as if most modern country songs have become ridiculously cliche. They either take one semi-clever phrase and spend the rest of the song saying “see what i did there?” or else they simply follow a set of blueprints laid down since the dawn of country. The result is almost maddening for someone looking for a little variety or originality in their music. i know what you’re saying; why are you listening to country if you want that? Thankfully, there are a handful of art-

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when levon helm, the drummer and vocalist for the legendary rock outfit The band, passed away last april, it left a huge hole in the hearts of many, musicians and fans alike. at the grammy awards last month, helm received an all-star tribute as musicians including Mumford & sons, elton John and Mavis staples performed “The weight” at the ceremony. another tribute to helm was held in october in new Jersey. “love for levon,” a 2-dvd set, encap-

from video games to smartphone apps that let you turn a photo of yourself into a zombie. so it was inevitable that a soundtrack would come out at some point. “ t h e wa l k i n g d e a d o r i g i n a l soundtrack vol. 1” features eight songs used in or inspired by the series. strike one for the album is not including bear Mccreary’s haunting title theme music. instead, we get a remix of that by unkle. the omission of the original theme is unforgivable, and one wonders if they are saving it for a future volume. otherwise, there are some quality tunes on here. Jamie n commons’ haunting blues gui-

tar on “lead Me home” kicks things off, while voxhaul broadcast plods through “you are the wilderness.” baby bee rips it up on “love bug,” sounding like something Jack white might have produced. of Monsters and Men’s “sinking Man” is pretty, as is emily kinney’s “The parting glass,” a tune sung by two of the actresses in one episode. while the soundtrack makes for a nice souvenir for mega-fans of the show, the short length and the lack of enough good material hurts this collection.

ists that still take the challenge of writing a country song to be something original. take kacey Musgraves, whose debut album “same trailer different park” breaks all kinds of rules. with a voice that lies somewhere between natalie Maines and alison krauss, Musgraves could probably have done just fine writing an album of songs that followed that aforementioned blueprint. instead, she colored way outside the lines, resulting in a modern country album that is anything but normal. among the better tracks are a realistic song about finding positivity (“silver linings”), an even more realistic song about

small-town life (the ultra-catchy “Merry go round”), and a song about following your own path (“follow your arrow”) that mentions a same-sex kiss. This isn’t your mother’s country music. even without some potentially controversial lyrics, Musgraves has crafted a smart, funny and, at times, touching collection of songs that deal with real world issues. This isn’t just one of my favorite country albums so far this year, it’s one of my favorite albums in any genre.

sulates that monumental show, which featured performances from a dizzying array of stars. sure, tribute and relief concerts are a dime a dozen these days, but this show was organized by producer don was as a way to say goodbye to his friend in style, and the artists that showed up to play shows how far-reaching helm’s music was. it’s hard to say whether or not warren haynes performing “The shape i’m in” is better than Mavis staples’ incredible take on “Move along train.” is grace potter’s earth-shattering rendition of “i shall be released” better than Joe walsh and robert randolph tearing up “up on cripple creek?”

honestly, all of the musicians involved are great, and are all backed by the surviving members of helm’s band. John Mayer, eric church, ray laMontagne, lucinda williams, John prine, My Morning Jacket and roger waters are just a partial list of the amazing lineup. even if you aren’t a fan of helm or The band, you’ll likely find something amazing here.

key tracks: “lead me home,” “love bug,” “the parting glass”

key tracks: “merry go round,” “step off” “follow your arrow”

key performance: roger waters and my morning Jacket performing “the night they drove old dixie down” — by devin grant


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ton, and headlining small club and bar shows. The band will stop in charleston tonight for a performance of the latter kind, playing The royal american, 970 Morrison drive, with leogun and bully pulpit. tickets are $10 at the door. show starts at 9 p.m. go to theroyalamerican.com or call 817-6925.

tyler bryant and the shakedown

They used to call him a phenomenon, a prodigious guitar talent the likes of which are only slightly less rare than those young prodigies who make it to the other side of expectation. when tyler bryant was 11, his parents discovered him playing guitar with bluesman roosevelt twitty in a texas record store. having picked up the guitar at age 6, bryant already had musical chops, leading his parents to encourage his pursuits from that day forward. bryant’s career began to surge after receiving an invitation from eric clapton to play the crossroads festival at just 15. by 16, bryant had won the robert Johnson blues foundation’s new generation award and was featured in the 2009 documentary “rock prophecies” alongside Jeff beck, santana and slash. That same year, he became the only unsigned musician to have a song featured on “guitar hero 5.” two years later, he would be the

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Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown opening act for Jeff beck’s spring and fall tours, becoming the first opening act to be invited onstage with the legend for recurring performances since stevie ray vaughan in 1989. bryant left his native texas for nashville, tenn., during his senior year of high school and quickly formed tyler bryant and the shakedown with caleb crosby (drums), noah denney (bass) and graham whitford, son of aerosmith’s brad whitford. to date, the band has split its time between opening for acts such as aerosmith, b.b. king and eric clap-

tickets are $15 and are available at the door or online at etix.com. doors open at 7:30 p.m. This is a 16 and up show. call 577-6969 or go to musicfarm. com.

national flatpicking championship in 2006. bassist and primary songwriter bridget kearney took first place in the esteemed John lennon songwriting contest in 2006 for her originals “sometimes when i’m drunk” Joy kills sorrow and “you’re wearing My favorite success through music, or any art shirt.” form, is tricky. but one truism that Mandolin player Jacob Jolliff behas stood the test of time is that if gan touring professionally at age 11 tribal seeds you’re not the first, you’d better be before receiving a full scholarship to san diego-based roots reggae good. the berklee college of Music. sextet tribal seeds has spent the Joy kills sorrow may not be the in addition to touring nationally past eight years building a following first band to dig up the bones of with multiple groups, including The with its traditional take on ameribluegrass and american folk music biscuit burners, banjoist wesley can reggae. and dress it like brainy hipsters, but corbett is also a banjo instructor at independent throughout its career, it certainly practices the process with berklee. tribal seeds has released three lps outstanding ease and ability. on its sophomore album, also its and one ep, “soundwaves,” which according to the group’s biogralatest release, “The unknown scireached no. 2 on billboard’s reggae phy, every member of the northeast- ence,” the band manages to use its chart in 2011. based quintet has received “classical scholarly training to grasp the roots having spent the past few years and/or jazz conservatory training.” of bluegrass and folk’s past and the opening for or playing with slightly Most of its members also have branches of indie rock’s potential stoopid, stephen Marley, The wail- earned prestigious awards in their future. ers, red hot chili peppers, MgMt, particular musical fields. Joy kills sorrow will perform Matisyahu, cee lo green and Jack vocalist emma beaton won tradi- wednesday at The pour house, 1977 white, among others, tribal seeds tional vocalist of the year at the ca- Maybank highway. tickets are $8 in is making time for an east coast nadian folk Music awards in 2010 advance, $10 the day of the show and headlining club run to build its and the young performer of the year are available at the door or online at presence. award at the same event in 2008, etix.com. doors open at 8:30 p.m., The band will perform tonight at when she was 18. show starts at 9:30. the Music farm, 32 ann st., with guitarist Matthew arcara won first call 571-4343 or go to charleston stick figure and The Madd t-ray. place at the walnut valley festival’s pourhouse.com.


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this year’s save the light gala and silent auction will have a theme of “folly-ritaville,” so attendees are asked to break out their fanciest flip-flops and their beach/island attire (ie. very casual and very colorful). items in the auction include a guitar autographed by edwin mccain, artwork by Jim booth and steven Jordan, jewelry, dining and vacation opportunities, and more. the 15th annual event benefits the morris island lighthouse. save the light is a nonprofit organization that was formed to prevent the lighthouse from being lost to the sea. when: 6-9 p.m. today where: tides folly beach, 1 center st. price: $50 more info: 633-0099 or www.savethelight.org Morris Island lighthouse

two columbia-based musicians will be celebrating their birthdays with anyone who wants to join in. danielle howle of danielle howle + firework show and Josh roberts of Josh roberts and the hinges are inviting everyone to come out to celebrate their special days with music and grits. in addition to the bands of the birthday girl and boy, also performing will be bret mosley and finnegan bell. as part of the celebration, a gritoff cooking competition will be held, with proceeds going to swamp sessions “off the grid” sustainable energy music project. when: 4:30-11 p.m. friday where: awendaw green, 4879 u.s. highway 17 price: $10; $20 to enter grit-off for more info: danielle howle.com/fr_house concertsshowtickets.cfm

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project love (lifting our voices for excellence), a group that aims to empower parents and children with tools to restore unity to the family, will host its 19th annual gospel music festival this weekend. this year’s festival will feature two award-winning national recording artists: grammy-nominated and dove award-winning martha munizzi, and bet sunday best 2012 winner Joshua rogers. there also will be a mixture of regional talent, including the swanee Quintet. there will be groups and choirs performing in multiple genres, including christian, contemporary, latin, southern gospel and rap. the family-friendly event includes arts and crafts, food vendors, a kids play area, hat fashion show and fireworks. an easter egg hunt also will be part of the fun. when: 3-8 p.m. sunday where: riverfront park, north hobson avenue, north charleston price: free more info: 888-777-6593

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The Project LOVE Choir performs at last year’s festival.

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The crowd gets into a performance at last year’s festival.

A clown entertains kids with balloon swords at last year’s festival.

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nephew tommy & friends thomas miles ii, aka nephew tommy, co-host of the nationally syndicated “the steve harvey morning show,” promises to have attendees laughing from start to finish at his comedy show. along with miles, comics dave lawson and Jammin’ Jay lamont, and actress-comedian cocoa brown will entertain the crowd. when: 8 p.m. saturday where: north charleston performing arts center, 5001 coliseum drive price: $26-$46 for more info: www. nephewtommyandfriends. com or www.north charlestoncoliseumpac.com

second annual adult city prom

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The South Carolina S.C. Aquarium

ever wish you could relive the magic of prom night? or maybe you never had the chance to go? well, your chance here. the second annual adult city prom, a 21-and-over event, offers a night of “grade a entertainment, with a sophisticated atmosphere.” held at the s.c. aquarium, just the scenery alone is reason enough to attend. when: 8 p.m. saturday where: 100 aquarium wharf price: $35 more info: city prom2013.ticketleap. com


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‘live at the charleston music hall’ sam bush, edwin mccain to perform in historic theater for new tv pilot

by stratton lawrence Special to The Post and Courier

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hen the doors of the charleston Music hall swing open at 7 p.m. saturday, Mark bryan hopes that history will be made. The night marks the culmination of years of ideas and planning for the first installment of “live at the charleston Music hall,” a double-header concert that will be filmed and edited into two 30-minute television program pilots. bryan, a member of hootie & the blowfish and a longtime charleston resident, has worked steadily on the project for more than four years, coordinating with the college of charleston’s video marketing programs and co-promoter rob lamble of ear for Music.

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The inaugural event features two national headliners: grammy-winning bluegrass giant sam bush and pop star and s.c. native edwin Mccain. each act will perform a 75-minute set, from which four or five songs (along with an interview portion conducted with students from the intro to Sam Bush the Music industry class that bryan teaches at the c of c) will be whittled into the halfhour programs. “This building lends itself to creating really special moments between an artist and an audience,” said lamble, who in 1997 booked blues artist keb’Mo’ for the first show at the newly opened Music hall. “we’re inspired by this killer venue that’s sitting in our backyard and has been underutilized for so long, but also by this really rich and thriving musical landscape in the southeast that deserves some attention. we think we can really plant a flag in the ground on a national level for the music scene in our region.”

although the charleston Music hall at 37 John st. first opened as a theater just 16 years ago, its history predates the civil war. built in 1850 and originally named The tower depot, the gothic revival-style building served as the entrance to the south carolina railroad’s passenger depot. its three-story tower collapsed during the earthquake of 1886, after which the building became a manufacturing plant that made bags to transport and store cotton. That business went bankrupt during the great depression, and the building settled into a half-century of neglect before

A storied past

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what: “live at charleston music hall” with edwin mccain and sam bush when: 8 p.m. saturday; doors open at 7 p.m. where: 37 John st., downtown charleston price: $30 for more info: 853-2252 or www.charlestonmusic hall.com

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South Carolina native Edwin McCain will be part of a double-header concert at the Charleston Music Hall.


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live from page e20 being transformed into a theater in the mid-’90s, when Myrtle beach country music mogul calvin gilmore hosted a nightly grand ole opry-style theatrical production. The doors closed again after that short-lived program before the building’s owners, the locally based bennett hofford construction co., rebranded it the charleston Music hall in 1995. “i think the Music hall stands out in america, and not just in charleston, for how beautiful and majestic it is,” said sam bush, who last played the hall in 2008. “i think the time is good for what Mark (bryan) and rob (lamble) are trying to do. tv has gotten away from having shows where people really play music, so i’m excited about it.” bryan doesn’t hesitate when he compares the Music hall to legendary theaters like The orpheum in Memphis, tenn., fox Theatre in detroit and The apollo in harlem, n.y. “having toured with hootie in classic theaters like this all over the country, i can say that what we have here is special, and the building is older than any of the others,” bryan said, recalling his first experiences in the space: a concert by bluegrass musician david grisman and a frank sinatra tribute by hootie singer darius rocker. “Those shows showed me how brilliant the room is. it can manage a rock band or a very intimate acoustic act.” saturday’s performance is not the first time a concert has been recorded at the hall. in 2002, country legend ricky skaggs taped and released a live album from the venue that garnered a grammy nomination for best bluegrass album and won one for its track “a simple life.” but that’s just one of countless shows that stand out in the music hall’s collective history, from david byrne to ryan adams, taj Mahal, andrew bird and herbie hancock.

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it’s impossible to discuss filming a concert for tv without bringing up “austin city limits,” the public television program out of texas that helped earn austin its reputation as “The live Music capital of the world.”

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Charleston Music Hall is at 37 John St. in downtown Charleston.

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Mark Bryan, a member of Hootie & the Blowfish, has worked more than four years on “Live at the Charleston Music Hall.” aired on saturday nights since 1976, the show has grown to include its own large-scale annual music festival while still maintaining the same weekly, intimate live format that it’s used for decades. “i remember my dad cuing it with the vcr,” said lamble. “ ‘austin city limits’ was an inspiration to me throughout my teen years, watching all the blues greats from albert collins to stevie ray vaughan to buddy guy to leo kottke. it’s such a diverse show.” bryan actually played the show with hootie, recalling the “high school gymnasium” feel of the set and the “low-key” atmosphere that calmed the band’s nerves despite performing for a national tv audience.

“(‘austin city limits’) is the holy grail of music tv shows, so of course, it’s an inspiration,” said bryan, who plans to differentiate “live at the charleston Music hall” from its predecessors through several elements, including the setting in a historic theater and the interview segment, conducted earlier in the day at the c of c. “That brings a unique touch to it and incorporates the college and the charleston scene as a whole.” when bryan first imagined the idea for the show, he formulated a plan with the late Johnny diamond, a celebrated local band manager who helped him envision how the pilot and tv aspects would work out. lamble soon came on board to help with the booking and pro-

moter duties of putting on the show, but bryan’s ongoing music career and the red tape of working out arrangements with the c of c and s.c. educational television pushed the project to the backburner month after month. in mid-2012, the Music hall emerged from several years of being underused when they hired charles carmody, a freshfaced recent graduate who has taken over as administrator of the venue and kept shows and events booked on an almost weekly basis since october. carmody grew up in Mount pleasant across the street from bryan and remembers his musical idol talking about the idea of a live concert program filmed at the hall. “i used to run over to Mark’s house and borrow his rock dvds. he’d hand me a hendrix film, and i’d go home and flip it in,” recalls carmody. “when i started at this job, i called him up and said, ‘hey, let’s do this.’ ” with a helping hand, a green light from within the venue, bryan went back to the college and recruited the school’s director of television and video production, tim fennell, as the head of a film crew, along with nearly 50 students involved in the production and advertising of the event, from creating promotional videos to serving as runners for the artists on the day of the show. once the pilots are ready to air, bryan said they plan to shop the

show to scetv and to channels like cable’s palladia. The hope is to get picked up for a series of eight to 10 programs, establishing “live at the charleston Music hall” as a recognizable highquality product. for carmody and fans of the Music hall, that would help create profits and guarantee that the building, located on prime downtown real estate, remains a performance space rather than being adapted to residential or other commercial use. “if we can get this place recognized, then the sky is the limit,” said carmody. “when bands play in this room, they realize how viable our city is. we’d like to get to the point where artists are saying, ‘hey, the charleston Music hall is hot stuff. we want to play there!’ ” to that end, bryan emphasizes that his purpose at this moment is not to think about the tv potential or future dvd sales, but to “host a killer show, right now.” “My head is not about what’s going to happen with it, but with making it happen,” he said. “at the end of the day, if we make a quality piece that we feel really good about, we’ll be able to get it out there.”

Good, honest music

looking ahead, bryan and lamble mention acts like lyle lovett, John hiatt and the local duo shovels & rope among their short list for upcoming episodes. with each live taping, they’ll put an emphasis on a pairing that compliments each other, often on a “local meets national” level. “i think this will be interesting for the audience because you’ve got two totally different kinds of bands playing. it makes it a fun night to have that diversity,” said bush, adding that he takes “great pride” in the possibility of the concert airing on public television. “public tv and radio don’t revolve around trends, so the people watching are generally just searching for good honest music.” That’s exactly what the team behind “live at the charleston Music hall” hopes to offer the audience on saturday, presented in a room that’s already among the southeast’s most renowned in sound quality and historic background. “we all know how cool and legendary the music hall is,” bryan said. “now it’s time to let everybody else know.”


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helms’ digitals exhibit on loan from state museum

by olivia pool Special to The Post and Courier

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uring april, there will be an exhibit of south carolinia photographer bill helms (1927-2008) at the north charleston city gallery. This is a particularly interesting exhibit called “fads: fine art digitals,” and is on loan from the south carolina state Museum’s traveling exhibitions program. considered one of the pioneers of digital photography, “helms’ creative work includes transformations of personal visions and recombinations of the world as he saw it. ‘fads: fine art digitals’ features 42 photo montages and digital manipulations that range from a kind of modern impressionism to various degrees of abstract realism,” said north charleston arts coordinator ann simmons.

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A piece from Bill Helms’ “FADS: Fine Art Digitals” exhibit. having led a full life, helms was also one of the youngest combat photographers when he boarded the aircraft carrier yorktown back in 1944. after his military career, he went to the art center college of design in los angeles, where he earned a bachelor of professional arts degree. he then established himself as a food, interior design and travel photographer with editorial work featured in magazines such as house beautiful, house & garden,

better homes and gardens, Metropolitan home, The new york times entertaining Magazines and los angeles magazine. his book credits include the time-life “foods of the world” series and Metropolitan home’s “The new american cuisine.” The north charleston city gallery is inside the charleston area convention center, 5001 coliseum drive, and is open daily, but staff members are present only on fridays, saturdays and Mondays. call 740-5854 or go to bit.ly/ culturalarts.

ing place, 1077 e. Montague ave., north charleston. tonight there will be music by circus Mcgurkus and the h. Michael band, and visual artists will be painting live. on friday, arboreal Minds will present the movie “sogno” with a musical composition by Mhuwe. saturday night, join geoffrey cormier for wayang puppet Theatre. all events start at 8 p.m. contact hyman for more information at 345-3670 or eyeballart@yahoo.com.

‘in the minds’ eye’

every year, the hope on goat event benefits a different charity. This year, all of the ticket sales will be donated to yo art! inc., an organization that helps enhance classroom curriculums with media arts programming to spark students’ curiosity and get them

leave it to artist and curator phillip hyman to come up with fun and crazy art shows full of “art, music and other creative experiments.” Join him through saturday for a series of shows called “in the Minds’ eye” at The Meet-

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more engaged in the arts. yo art is working with 10 local public schools and supports more than 500 students a year. “yo art is filling the gap where funding has diminished for art related education,” said gene furchgott, director of the organization. “our programs expand on the arts by relating to global and local issues such as recycling, good nutritional habits and community service. at Memminger (auditorium), a mural was made by fourthgraders from nonrecyclable bottle caps for the school’s partial magnet school theme, ‘globalization,’ and the project won recognition from the nickelodeon ‘big green help’ program.” hope on goat takes place on secluded goat island. attendees are ferried from the isle of palms Marina to goat island

by barrier island eco tours. The shuttle, fresh local oysters steamed over a cedar fire, and live music by Jordan igoe and The distinguished gentlemen are included in the ticket cost. in addition, locally caught fish stew, hot dogs, dessert and water will be available for purchase. coolers are welcome and chairs encouraged, and there will be a silent auction of donated items from artists, restaurants and the like. The benefit will take place 2-6 p.m. saturday. tickets are $40 and free for children 12 and under. limited to only 200 people, this event has sold out in the past, so advance ticket purchase is encouraged. purchase tickets online at www.yoartinc.org and be sure to write goat island benefit under the “donation” button. contact furchgott at 5566800.


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for more weekend events, go online to www.charlestonscene.com.

Today

Save the Light Gala

what: the theme for the 15th annual save the light gala and silent auction is follyritaville. the dress will be island attire (very casual and colorful). auction items include a guitar autographed by edwin mccain, artwork by Jim booth and

steven Jordan, custom jewelry, photography, dining and vacation. where: tides folly beach, one center st. price: tickets are $50 in advance and available via paypal on the website, from any board member or the office more info: 633-0099 or www. savethelight.org

Designer Showhouse

what: the charleston symphony orchestra league’s 36th annual designer showhouse at 4 s. adgers wharf features a converted cotton warehouse on one of charleston’s last remaining cobblestone streets. it has been transformed by designers into a showcase of the latest in interior design trends and includes a

boutique, designer sales and cafe in a brick-walled courtyard. when: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily and 1-4 p.m. sundays, excluding easter, through april 21 where: symphony designer showhouse, 4 s. adgers wharf price: $15 in advance at www. csolinc.org, $20 at the door

the deadline for night life items is monday at 5p.m. the week before the event or concert takes place. items should be faxed to the newsroom at 937-5579 or e-mailed to clubs@postandcourier.com. items submitted after the deadline will not be printed. for more information, call 937-5582.

Today Southern Flavor

what: lowcountry bluegrass band out on the deck for bluegrass thursday. when: 4 p.m. doors march 28 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: free more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

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Frank Duvall Trio

what: live jazz and drink specials during 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 charleston more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Skey & Pippin

what: wilson pippin of local americana/rock/roots band guilt ridden troubadour joined by nick skey. when: 6-9 p.m. march 28 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach

Patrick Blake

what: guitarist/frontman of whiskey diablo is a one-man band playing a variety of originals and covers from many genres. when: 6:15-9:15 p.m. thursdays where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston more info: 766-0223

Steve Simon

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

Johnson & Baker

what: country, southern rock and roll, r&b and originals from ronnie Johnson & dale baker. when: 7 p.m. wednesdays and thursdays, 9 p.m. fridays and saturdays, 6 p.m. sundays where: buddyroe’s shrimp shack, 1528 ben sawyer blvd., mount pleasant

Rock Out for Relay

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what: live music from butch souldoner, dan’s tramp stamp and the money bags and the dan wright trio. admission donation will also include the first drink. proceeds to benefit the american cancer society, relay for life-mount pleasant. when: 7 p.m. march 28 where: art’s bar and grill, 413 coleman blvd., mount pleasant price: $8

Folly Beach Bluegrass

what: open bluegrass jam. when: 7-10 p.m. thursdays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Rene Russell

what: acoustic/alternative singersongwriter/12-string guitarist. when: 7-10 p.m. march 28 where: the shelter, 202 coleman blvd., mount pleasant price: free

2 Cool

what: acoustic and electric favorites. when: 8 p.m. march 28 where: shooter’s, 1704 old trolley road, summerville

Dance & Karaoke w/ DJ E when: 8:30-11:30 p.m. thursday where: applebee’s neighborhood grill & bar, 7818 rivers ave., north charleston

Steve Carroll

what: 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 charleston

Faces for Radio

what: rock/jazz fusion from guitarist charlie hunter and drummer scott amendola for the early show and alternative/indie/rock from faces for radio for the late show. when: 8:30 p.m. doors march 28 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $13 advance, $15 day-ofshow; free after midnight more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

The Outervention

what: indie/alternative/southern/ country/rock. when: 9 p.m.-midnight march 28 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: free

Steel Rollers

what: album release party for the local bluegrass/folk “variety string band.” when: march 28 where: tin roof, 1117 magnolia road, charleston price: $5

Tribal Seeds

what: california roots/rock/reggae. when: 7:30 p.m. doors march 28

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The post and courier

events from page e24

more info: 723-0020 or www. csolinc.org

School Fundraiser

what: this year’s theme for greg mathis charter high school’s fundraiser is “a taste of charleston with a touch of inspirational Jazz” and will feature music, food vendors, art displays and a silent auction. proceeds will go toward student scholarships, classroom supplies and end-of-school activities. when: 6-9 p.m. march 28 where: delta life center, 2002 william Kennerty drive more info: 557-1611

thursday, March 28, 2013: E25

Relay Concert

what: rock out for relay concert features live music from butch souldoner, dan’s tramp stamp and the money bags and the dan wright trio. admission donation also will include the first drink. proceeds to benefit the american cancer society’s relay for life-mount pleasant. when: 7 p.m. march 28 where: art’s bar and grill, 413 coleman blvd. price: $8

Film Screening

what: in “misadventures of the dunderheads,” you’ll meet an old montana family who’s been in the mountains too long, but they’re

as american as apple pie. starring olympia dukakis, haley Joel osment and alison brie. when: 7-8:30 p.m. march 28 where: simons center recital hall, 54 st. philip st. price: free more info: 953-4422 or http:// halsey.cofc.edu/events/films

‘In the Mind’s Eye’

what: this weekend-long event will feature live art, film screenings, live music by local experimental band circus mcgurkis and more. when: 8 p.m. march 28-march 31 where: the meeting place, 1077 e. montague ave., north charleston price: free more info: 345-3670 or eyebal-

clubs from page e24 where: the music farm, 32 ann st., downtown charleston price: $13 advance, $15 day-ofshow more info: 722-8904 or www. musicfarm.com

Sweet Tn’A

what: americana/variety/bluegrass duo. when: 10 p.m. march 28 where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

Bringers of the Dawn

what: americana/classic rock/jam band. when: 10 p.m.-1 a.m. march 28 where: loggerhead’s, 123 w. ashley ave., folly beach

Friday Folly Fridays

what: slammin sammy from mix 95.5 will broadcast his afternoon show live with contests, trivia, giveaways and promotions and specials on corona and corona light. when: 3 p.m. march 29 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach

Owl-Rath Fest

what: live music from danielle howle + firework show, Josh roberts and the hinges, bret mosley and finnegan bell, all in celebration of howle’s and roberts’ birthdays. there will also be a grit-off, which will benefit howle’s community music project, swamp sessions. when: 4:30-11 p.m. march 29 where: awendaw green, 4879 n. highway 17 price: $10 more info: www.awendawgreen. com

James Slater Trio

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

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Danielle Howle + Firework Show will perform at Owl-Rath Fest.

The Shakin’ Martinis

Rene Russell

what: blues and rock ’n’ roll, featuring shantel. when: 6-9 p.m. march 29 where: loggerhead’s, 123 w. ashley ave., folly beach

what: acoustic/alternative singersongwriter/12-string guitarist. when: 4:30-7:30 p.m. march 29 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave.

Cotton Blue

Philip Claypool

what: gator rob & detroit debbie play blues, rock and variety. when: 6 p.m. march 29 where: mueller’s pub, 630 skylark drive, charleston

Flying Cribb Brothers

what: rock/pop/reggae/etc. when: 6-9 p.m. friday where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Pete Ledbetter

what: mix of “folk, celtic folk, blues, swing and original americana.” when: 6-10 p.m. march 29 where: blackbeard’s cove family fun park, 3255 u.s. highway 17, mount pleasant

Starr & Hewitt

what: Kristi starr & gary hewitt, acoustic americana and folk singersongwriter/guitarist and bassist. when: 7:30-10:30 p.m. march 29 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

what: country singer/songwriter out of memphis, tenn., in promotion of his current single. when: march 29-30 where: stars restaurant-rooftop & grill room, 495 King st., downtown charleston price: no cover.

Classic quintet Series

what: “classic Quintet series” features charlton singleton (trumpet), mark sterbank (tenor saxophone), richard h. white Jr. (piano), Kevin hamilton (bass) and Quentin e. baxter (drums). when: 8-11:30 p.m. march 29 where: the mezz-charleston Jazz bar, 276 King st., downtown charleston price: $10 more info: 853-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

Gracious Day

what: country/southern rock.

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‘The Mouse Trap’

what: colombo learned everything he needed to know from the original mistress of mystery: agatha christie. five strangers take shelter in a converted manor house: a spinster, an architect, a retired army major, an odd man and a former magistrate. into their midst comes a policeman on skis. paranoia erupts when the magistrate is found dead and there is nowhere to run. when: 8 p.m. march 28-30, april 4-6; 3 p.m. march 31, april 7 where: threshold repertory theatre, 84 society st. price: adults $20/seniors $15/students and military id $10. earn free

tickets: follow the theater grou on facebook or twitter to participate in the scavenger hunt. more info: 277-2172 or www. thresholdrep.org

Works by Alvin B. Glen

what: local artist alvin b. glen will feature a collection of mixed media and pastel pieces that capture glimpses of the south carolina lowcountry, as well as explore social and spiritual concepts as relating to the artist’s upbringing in rural dorchester, in his exhibit, “renditions.” when: through march 31 where: the meeting place, 1077 e. montague ave. price: free

more info: 740-5854 or http://bit. ly/culturalarts

Call for Artists

what: artists age s18+ are invited to apply to exhibit work during the 2013 north charleston arts festival art walk 5-8 p.m. may 8 in the olde village area of north charleston. businesses, pubs, restaurants, studios and salons along east montague avenue keep their doors open late. paintings, photography, fine crafts, sculpture and more will be on display in a range of styles. applications available at http:// northcharlestonartsfest.com. the application deadline is april 15.

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E26: Thursday, March 28, 2013

events from page e25 when: apply 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. through april 15 where: north charleston city hall, city hall lane price: free more info: 740-5854 or the website

Colie and Fowler

what: charleston artist dayton colie will display watercolors celebrating stall high school’s marching band and its positive contribution to the musical culture of the school and the city of north charleston in his exhibit, “the band of blue.” michael fowler of north augusta will present a collection of landscapes, painted from both memory and imagination with a focus on color

The post and courier and shape relationships in his exhibit, “recent huescapes.” when: through march 30 where: north charleston city gallery, 5001 coliseum drive price: free more info: 740-5854 or http://bit. ly/culturalarts

Friday Birthday Grit-Off Fest

what: this owl-rath fest will feature live music from danielle howle + firework show, Josh roberts and the hinges, bret mosley and finnegan bell, all in celebration of howle’s and roberts’ birthdays. there will also be a grit-off, which will benefit howle’s community music project, swamp sessions. when: 4:30-11 p.m. march 29

where: awendaw green, 4879 u.s. highway 17 price: $10

Brandy and Greg Show

what: two of theatre 99’s founders, brandy sullivan and greg tavares, perform improv. when: 8 p.m. march 29 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. price: $10 more info: 853-6687 or http:// theatre99.com

Blast Off?

what: members of theatre 99 are always creating new shows. this is the showcase for them to try out these new shows in front of a

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clubs from page e25 when: 8 p.m. march 29 where: tru blues, 1039 Johnnie dodds blvd., mount pleasant more info: 881-1858

Calhoun’s Calling

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

The Buddhist Prodigies

what: local phish cover band. when: 9 p.m. doors march 29 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Momma & Redemption

what: original/blues/eclectic. when: 9 p.m. march 29 where: smokey’s place sports bar & grill, 1213 remount road, north charleston price: no cover.

The Marshall Brothers

what: americana/alt. country/ rock. when: march 29 where: smoky oak taproom, 1234 camp road, James island

Old Rusty Mandolin

what: americana/folk rock/roots rock out of concord, n.c. when: 9 p.m.-midnight march 29 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: free

Jordan Igoe

what: acoustic/folk/indie rock. when: 9-11 p.m. march 29 where: cutty’s, 227 st. phillip st., downtown charleston

The Cool

what: pop, rock, dance and party covers. when: 9 p.m. march 29 where: molly darcy’s, 235 e. bay st., downtown charleston

Jamisun

what: acoustic guitarist/vocalist. when: march 29 where: mex 1 coastal cantina, 817 st. andrews blvd., charleston

Nu Attitude

what: rock/classic rock. when: 9:30 p.m. march 29-30 where: sand dollar social club, 7 center st., folly beach price: free

The Louie D. Project

what: four-piece post-modern funk band featuring louie d. on sax and lead vocals.

when: 9:30 p.m. march 29 where: local’s bar, 1150 Queensborough blvd., mount pleasant more info: www.louied.com

Eric Dodd Band

what: americana/country/pop/ rock out of atlanta. when: 10 p.m. march 29 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5

saturday Gaslight Street

what: rock/blues/soul band will play the sippin’ saturday event. when: noon-4 p.m. march 30 where: irvin~house vineyards, 6775 bears bluff road, wadmalaw island

Jordan Igoe

what: acoustic/folk/rock from Jordan igoe and folk rock/roots music from the distinguished gentlemen during the “hope on goat” fundraiser for yo art inc., which will include fresh local oysters, kids’ activities and more. fish stew, hot dogs, dessert and water will be available for purchase. when: 2-6 p.m. march 30 where: goat island gathering and barrier island eco tours, 50 41st ave.,

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thursday, March 28, 2013: E27

Easter Fest

events from page e26

what: this festival will feature a performance by John cusatis, who will form a band with members from the audience. there will be children’s activities such as jump castles, face-painting, visits with the easter bunny and crafts. artwork from the Kiawah and seabrook artists guilds and boats from barrier island marine, butler marine of charleston, hall marine charleston and longshore boats will be on display. food and beverages will be available for purchase. when: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. march 30 where: freshfields village, 130 louise p. gardner st., Johns island price: free

crowd. when: 10 p.m. march 29 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. price: pay what you can more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

saturday Easter Eggstravaganza

what: bring a basket for the egg hunts, which will take place in the gardens. once found, the hardboiled eggs can be taken to the stableyards to be dyed. additionally, children play colonial games, participate in the egg roll and egg toss, hear classic stories and make easter crafts. in the afternoon, families may enjoy the day’s regular activities. hunting groups will be divided by age, and start times will be staggered. when: 10:30 a.m. march 30 where: middleton place, 4300 ashley river road price: free with general ad-mission

Sippin’ Saturdays

Artwalk 2013

what: the sea islands chamber of commerce announces the third year of its group exhibition, “artwalk 2013,” featuring the fine art of local artists. the showcased pieces are from charleston area visual artists working in all styles of two-dimensional, framed fine art. when: 10:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. march 30 where: bohicket marina & market,

Sippin’ Saturdays aims to serve up a good time.

clubs from page e26

Open Jam

isle of palms price: $40 general; children under 12 are free more info: 556-6800 or www.yoartinc.org or www.facebook.com/ pages/hope-on-goat-2013-benefitfor-yo-art/160567300756961

The Outervention

what: indie/alternative/southern/ country/rock at this album release party. when: 3 p.m. march 30 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $5 more info: 571-4343 or www. theoutervention.com

Keith Bruce

what: guitarist/songwriter on the creekside stage. when: 4:30-7:30 p.m. march 30 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

Frank Duvall Trio

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

provided

1880 andell bluff blvd., Johns island price: free more info: 793-1234 or www. seaislandschamber.org

what: classic and current rock open music jam for musicians and singers of all skill levels. when: 6-8 p.m. saturday where: Jesse and friends, 1039 highway 41, mount pleasant price: free more info: 670-3376 or www. jesseandfriendsmusic.com

Classic quartet Series

what: “classic Quartet series” features mark sterbank (tenor saxophone), special guest Kevin bales (piano), Kevin hamilton (bass) and Quentin e. baxter (drums). when: 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. march 30 where: the mezz-charleston Jazz bar, 276 King st., downtown charleston price: $10 more info: 854-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

The Shakin’ Martinis

what: blues and rock ’n’ roll, featuring shantel. when: 9 p.m. march 30 where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

Super Deluxe

what: local party band will present “everybody’s got a little light under the sun,” a tribute to george clinton and parliament-funkadelic.

Easter Promenade

what: the hat ladies will be riding carriages from old towne carriage co., traveling along the city market

when: 9 p.m. doors march 30 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $7 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Nathan Calhoun

what: vocalist and guitarist from local party rock band calhoun’s calling. when: march 30 where: smoky oak taproom, 1234 camp road, James island

Saul Brooks

what: country/rock singersongwriter. when: 9 p.m.-midnight march 30

and surrounding streets, wishing everyone a “hatpy easter” for their annual promenade. when: 11 a.m. march 30 where: north and south market

streets between meeting and east bay streets price: free more info: 762-6679 or www. hatladies.org

where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

ranch, blues/funk/rock. when: 10 p.m. march 30 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5

The Strumdogs

what: classic and modern rock cover band. when: 9:30 p.m. march 30 where: wet willies, 209 e. bay st., downtown charleston

‘Middle School Dance’

what: come relive the awkward years with dJ lanatron at the “middle school spring dance.” when: 10 p.m. march 30 where: tin roof, 1117 magnolia road, charleston price: free

Johnny Mac

what: Johnny mac & the booty

Hypnotist Show

what: gary conrad will perform a hypnotist comedy show. food and drinks will be served during the show. dJ John Kutter will spin immediately following the show. when: doors open at 7 p.m. saturday where: rehab bar & grill, 8484 dorchester road, north charleston price: $5 cover more info: 767-1426

what: every saturday, the winery will serve up a different local food vendor and music to entertain locals and visitors. there is no admission fee, but patrons are encouraged to bring their cash/credit for a variety of libations and food. the famous wine-a-ritas will be served, and wine may be purchased by the glass or bottle. tastings in the distillery and winery are $6 to taste six of 15 flavors of firefly spirits and $4 to taste five wines. bring lawn chairs to picnic under the oaks. when: 1-5 p.m. saturdays, march 30-aug. 10 where: irvin-house vineyards, 6775 bears bluff road price: free admission

Oyster Roast Benefit

what: on tap will be all-you-can-

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sunday New South Jazzmen

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

Cotton Blue

what: gator rob & detroit debbie play blues, rock and variety. when: 1 p.m. march 31 where: the shelter, 202 coleman blvd., mount pleasant

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E28: Thursday, March 28, 2013

events from page e27 eat oysters, with barbecue and hot dogs. event is byob (beer/wine only) for 21+. university of south carolina-beaufort chancellor dr. Jane t. upshaw will speak at 3 p.m. a live auction will benefit the endowment scholarship fund for local students attending auburn university. there is a $1 fee per person to get into the park in addition to oyster roast ticket. event will be in the tall pine shelter. when: 1 p.m. march 30 where: palmetto islands county park, 444 needlerush pkwy., mount pleasant price: $30 for general admission; $25 for auburn alumni association member admission; free for kids 12 and under

‘Hope on Goat’ Benefit

what: this fundraiser for yo art inc. will include fresh local oysters, kids activities and live music from Jordan igoe and friends, the distinguished gentlemen and more. fish stew, hot dogs, dessert and water will be available for purchase. coolers are welcome, and chairs are encouraged. a silent auction will include donated items from local artists, crafters, restaurants and vacation rentals. boat shuttle service

The post and courier will be provided by barrier island eco tours. when: 2-6 p.m. march 30 where: goat island gathering and barrier island eco tours, 50 41st ave., isle of palms price: $40 general; children under 12 are free. more info: 556-6800 or www. yoartinc.org

Comedy Improv

what: with 14 years and more than 1,200 shows together, the have nots! (founders of theatre 99) are ready for audience suggestions. no scripts — all improv. when: 8 p.m. march 30 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. downtown price: $12.50 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

Adult City Prom

what: charleston’s second annual adult city prom will re-create for some and be the second chance for others who never had the opportunity to enjoy their high school prom when: 8 p.m. march 30 where: s.c. aquarium, 100 aquarium wharf price: $35 more info: http://cityprom2013. ticketleap.com/2013cityprom

sunday Gospel Music Festival

what: project love will host its 19th annual gospel music festival to celebrate easter. there will be arts and crafts, food vendors, a kids play area, easter egg hunt, fashion show

of hats and fireworks display. when: 3-8 p.m. march 31 where: riverfront park, north hobson avenue, north charleston price: free more info: 888-777-6593 or www.projectlovecharleston.org

when: 8 p.m. april 2 where: sottile theatre, 44 george st. price: $20 general; c of c students and those under 18 are free more info: 953-6575 or www. internationalpianoseries.org

Monday

Thursday, april 4

Fads: Fine Art Digitals

I’On House Concert

what: fads: fine art digitals, on loan through the s.c. state museum traveling exhibition program, presents a number of works by south carolinian bill helms. he is considered a pioneer in digital photography. his images are transformed into personal visions and recombinations of the world around him. this exhibit features helms’ color photo montages and digital manipulations that range from a kind of modern impressionism to various degrees of abstract realism. when: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. april 1-30 where: north charleston city gallery, 5001 coliseum drive price: free more info: 740-5854 or http://bit. ly/culturalarts

Tuesday Piano Series

what: chu-fang huang of china will perform in the finale concert of the college of charleston’s international piano series. the program will include pieces from haydn, beethoven and chopin. huang is also the artistic director of the ameri-china international music association.

what: musicians of chamber music charleston perform a program of music for violin, cello and piano including shostakovich’s piano trio no. 2 in e minor and Johannes brahms piano trio no. 1 in b major. performing musicians include violinist frances hsieh, cellist timothy o’malley and pianist ghadi shayban. when: 7 p.m. april 4 where: the baldwin residence, 28 robert mills circle price: $35 more info: 763-4941 or www. chambermusiccharleston.org

‘Bug’

what: american playwright tracy letts dishes up a “tension-filled” thriller about a softspoken veteran, peter, and the lonesome agnes. one night of unintended passion ends with the discovery of a bedbug ... or is it? when: 9 p.m. april 4-6, 11-13; 4 p.m. april 7 and 14 where: the footlight players, 20 Queen st. price: tickets are $15 on friday, saturday, and sunday, and $10 for thursday more info: 722-4487 or www. footlightplayers.net

more info: 557-7690 or www. roaringtwentieshotjazzdanceclub. com

Monday

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

Havana Nights

what: acoustic/folk/jazz and drink specials during 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 charleston more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

The Buddhist Prodigies

Philip Claypool

clubs from page e27

Cattle in the Cane

what: local phish cover band will play out on the deck. when: 4 p.m. doors where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: free more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Hot Jazz Swing Dance

Food Wednesdays in

Whet your appetite.

provided

Chu-Fang Huang will perform Tuesday night.

what: swing dance lessons and social party with live music from the v-tones, the self-described “postmodern ragtime/gypsy/jazz/swing/ jugband.” when: 6 p.m. beginner swing lesson, 7:30-10:00 p.m. social dance party where: ballroom dance club, 1632 ashley hall road, charleston price: $10

what: this jazz and salsa dancing event will feature gino castillo and his cuban Jazz band with cubaninspired drink and food specials on the menu. when: 7-10 p.m. sundays where: voodoo tiki bar & lounge, 15 magnolia road, charleston what: country singer/songwriter out of memphis, tenn. in promotion of his current single. when: march 31 where: amen street fish + raw bar, 205 e. bay st., downtown charleston price: no cover.

The Bill Show

what: acoustic rock/alternative. when: 9 p.m.-midnight sundays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Ledbelly Stumphole

what: bluegrass. when: 9 p.m. sundays in march where: planet follywood, 32 center st.

High Steppin’ Trio

Shrimp City Slim

what: pianist/singer does “blues monday” show. when: 5:30 p.m. april 1 where: med bistro, 90 folly road blvd., charleston

Shag Dance Party

what: the summerville shag club offers shag lessons and a dance party with a cash bar and food available for purchase. when: 6 p.m. Junior shag lesson, 7 p.m. adult basic lesson, 8-10 p.m. open dance mondays where: summerville country club, 400 country club blvd. price: free more info: 214-0242 or www. summervilleshaggers.com

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The post and courier

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Battle of the Bands

what: week 5 of a five-week band competition in connection with 98 rock. twelve bands will be selected; three judges will pick the final winner. when: 8 p.m. where: tin roof, 1117 magnolia road, charleston price: $5

Dance & Karaoke w/ DJ E

when: 8-11 p.m. mondays where: applebee’s neighborhood grill & bar, 1486 stuart engals blvd., mount pleasant

Songwriter’s Night

what: susie summers hosts this open mic with original song performances only. when: 8 p.m.-2 a.m. mondays where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: free

Luke Cunningham Duo

what: rock singer-songwriter. when: april 1 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach

Open Mic

what: with dave grunstra. open mic night with singer/guitarist of wire and wood. when: 9:30 p.m.-until mondays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Tuesday James Slater Trio

what: live jazz and drink specials during 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 charleston more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Dan Clamp

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

Carroll Brown

what: acoustic/country/”coastal folk” singer/guitarist, joined by bob sachs, big frank, gary hewitt and marci shore. when: 7:30 p.m. april 2 where: dunleavy’s pub, 2213 middle st., sullivan’s island

Home Team Trivia

when: 8-10 p.m. tuesdays where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island

Fire & Ice Karaoke

what: Karaoke with dJ wild bill. when: 9 p.m. tuesdays where: wet willies, 209 e. bay st., downtown charleston price: no cover more info: 826-2193 or www.

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Mac Calhoun

what: local singer-songwriter. when: 9 p.m.-midnight tuesdays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Lauris Vidal

what: dub/folk/roots/punk out of evinston, fla. when: 9 p.m. april 2 where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: free

Jordan Miller

what: Jordan miller & the executives rock/pop/jam band with former frontman/ founder of the movement. when: 9 p.m. doors april 2 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $5 more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Sgt. Submarine

what: beatles tribute band. when: april 2 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach

when: 6-10 p.m. april 3 where: sewee outpost, 4853 u.s. highway 17, awendaw price: $5 requested donation more info: www.awendawgreen. com

Stephen Fiore

what: indie folk/pop/folk rock. when: 6-9 p.m. april 3 where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Reid Stone

what: member of americana/ roots/rock band guilt ridden troubadour, sometimes acoustic, sometimes with a full band. when: 7-9 p.m. wednesdays where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island

Karaoke w/ DJ E

when: 7-10 p.m. wednesdays where: bushido Japanese restaurant and sushi bar, 10597 dorchester road, summerville more info: 851-3460

Carroll Brown

jam, with backline drums and amps provided. when: 8 p.m. wednesdays where: fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: free

Joy Kills Sorrow

what: boston-based americana/ bluegrass string band. when: 8:30 p.m. doors april 3 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Matt & Eddie

what: matt Jordan, front man from the alternative rock group trickKnee with eddie smith. when: april 3 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach

Thursday, april 4 Reckoning Duo

Wednesday

what: acoustic/country/”coastal folk” singer/guitarist. when: 7:30 p.m. wednesdays where: tommy condon’s irish pub, 160 church st., downtown charleston

what: grateful dead covers, featuring members of sol driven train. when: 6-9 p.m. april 4 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., folly beach more info: 588-2525

Anne Caldwell

Trivia Night

Island Duo

what: anne caldwell & larry ford trio. live jazz and drink specials during high steppin’ happy hour. when: band 5-9 p.m. wednesdays; happy hour 4-7 p.m. where: high cotton, 199 e. bay st., downtown charleston more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Barn Jam

what: awendaw green’s weekly barn Jam featuring case Keatley, Kaleb hensley, Kylie hinze and cane creek string band.

when: 8 p.m. wednesdays where: cutty’s, 227 st. phillip st., downtown charleston

Live Team Trivia

what: live team trivia at all five lowcountry locations. times vary. when: wednesdays where: Kickin’ chicken restaurants price: free more info: www.kickinchicken. com

Lowcountry Blues Club

what: full band, open mic electric

what: calypso/carribean/reggae/ beach music. when: 7-10 p.m. thursdays where: folly beach crab shack, 24 center st.

Shelly Waters

what: shelly waters & shrimp city slim. lowcountry blues and swamp music by popular piano/guitar duo. when: 7 p.m. april 4 where: aqua terrace bar, marriott hotel, 170 lockwood drive, downtown charleston price: free

ace’s on bridge By BOBBY WOLFF

Againstfourspades,Westleads the club queen, which holds the trick. West then thoughtfully continueswiththeclub10toyour ace. Everyone follows when you cash the trump ace. What now? At the table, after winning the club ace, one declarer drew two rounds of trump with the ace and king, discovering the 4-1 break. Next he played on diamonds, but Westhelduphisaceuntilthethird round, then exited with a trump to the dummy’s 10. The contract could no longer be made, since dummy had no more entries and West was poised to ruff a fourth round of diamonds. Declarerhadtotryaheart,hopingthatEastheldbothhonors,but it was not to be, and so declarer

could not avoid losing four tricks. The declarer at the second table showed better technique. The firsttwotrickswerethesame,but instead of drawing two rounds of trump, he cashed the trump ace, then played on diamonds. Like his counterpart, this West held up the ace until the third round, then exited with a trump, taken by dummy’s 10. Declarer now playedagooddiamondandthrew one of his heart losers. West could do no better than ruff and try a heart. Declarer took East’s queen with the ace and crossed to dummybyplayingatrumptothe king, drawing West’s last trump. He then cashed the fifth diamond to dispose of his remaining heart and claimed 10 tricks.

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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: conduces

code coed cone average mark 19 cued words time limit 35 minutes cusec once can you find 30 onus or more words in ounce irrigate? node the list will be published tomorrow. nodus noes – united feature syndicate 3/28 nose

today’s word: irrigate

nude does done dose douse dues dunce dune undo undoes used scend

sconce scone scud secco second send sonde sone sound sued

the rules -words must be four

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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

Yesterday’s Solution

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): start planning an adventure. travel or exploring a new pastime will boost your spirits and encourage you to open up emotionally.

leo (July 23-aug. 22): boast about what you have to offer and you will get the chance to show your talent. someone will be jealous of your accomplishments.

taurus (april 20may 20): an idea you have can help reform a situation you are involved in that isn’t working. an interesting partnership can also lead to greater opportunity and good fortune.

virgo (aug. 23sept. 22): consider what’s being offered or what the people around you are doing or inferring. don’t expect to get the whole truth.

gemini (may 21June 20): your ideas are good but going about getting what you want must be handled with honesty and integrity regardless of what’s at stake.

libra (sept. 23oct. 22): having a greater understanding of what you can offer one another will make it easier to move forward positively.

scorpio (oct. 23nov. 21): don’t share too much information cancer (June 21with your peers. you July 22): stay away have to make sure from unpredictable you have everything in place people looking for an out. follow your instincts and to avoid anyone from derailing what you want to see work toward a goal that will transpire. benefit you.

sagittarius (nov. 22dec. 21): stick close to home and make alterations that will help improve your surroundings as well as your lifestyle. love and romance are prevalent. capricorn (dec. 22Jan. 19): put greater emphasis on whatever job you’ve been given. letting someone sidetrack you will lead to greater delays. aQuarius (Jan. 20feb. 18): settlements and contracts can be dealt with in your personal and professional affairs. past experience will help you excel now. pisces (feb. 19march 20): don’t limit what you can do because you are afraid of the consequences. follow the path your intuition designates.


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Parents should enforce rules on bike helmets

will you take the iron throne of trivia?

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by rebekah bradford Special to The Post and Courier

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he third season of hbo’s “game of Thrones” premieres sunday, and it’s been a long wait for fans, especially considering what happened at the end of season two. The show revolves around a power struggle for the iron Throne, but there’s also magic, zombies and dragons. our current champ, colleen Myers, is being challenged by greg bradley.

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The author of the book series that “Game of Thrones” is based on arrives at the Season Three premiere in Los Angeles. Name that author.

Questions

1. what is the name of the continent where game of thrones takes place? 2. what are the words of house stark? 3. why was Jorah exiled? 4. what is the name of arya’s sword? 5. what do wildings call men of the black watch? 6. what color does shade-of-theevening turn the lips to? 7. what is the name of the massive battle at King’s landing in season two? 8. which was responsible for the destruction of harrenhal: wildfire, dragons or comets? 9. how many horns equal the white walkers warning? 10. who wrote the books that the tv series is based on?

colleen’s answers

greg’s answers

1. westeros. lucky thing i’ve seen some episodes or i’d be lost. 2. i don’t remember this. 3. was he a pirate? 4. she called it needle. 5. not sure i saw this far. 6. this is just a guess, but red? 7. again, i don’t think i saw this episode. 8. dragons 9. two 10. george martin with two r’s.

conclusion after dominating head2head trivia for the past several weeks, colleen met her match in greg, who turned out to be a bigger fan of “game of thrones” than she was. so we say farewell to a former champ, and we’ll return next week with a new one looking for a second win. until then.

1. westeros 2. “winter is coming.” Kind of the show’s theme. 3. don’t remember. 4. needle 5. crow, maybe. 6. i don’t know, purple? 7. blackwater. Killer episode. 8. dragons 9. three 10. george r.r. martin

correct answers 1. westeros 2. “winter is coming” 3. for selling slaves. 4. needle 5. crows 6. blue

7. the battle of the blackwater 8. dragons 9. three 10. george r.r. martin

ear abby: as a law enforcement officer, i would like to comment on your reply to “overprotective Mom.” i agree with your solution to have the boy who wouldn’t wear his bike helmet because it was “uncool” visit a facility that treats people with traumatic brain injuries. however, you missed a golden opportunity to remind parents that they are the parents, and because they are responsible for their child’s safety, they are in charge. what has happened to plain old “parenting”? time and again, i see children make their own rules because the parents have shrugged off the responsibility of parenting. you should have told them to tell their child that if he won’t wear a helmet, his bike will be taken away until he does. — bill in bartlesville, okla. DEAR BILL: You and many readers are right. I did overlook the issue of parenting in my reply. Mea culpa. Read on: dear abby: have “overprotective Mom” ask her son if he thinks firefighters, fighter pilots, police officers and football players are “uncool.” They all wear helmets. — JaMes in hastings, neb. dear abby: not wearing a bike helmet to be “cool” is knuckling under to peer pressure. Those parents should use this opportunity to explain peer pressure and its consequences to their son. he needs to understand that he must make decisions for himself, and his “friends” should accept him for who he is. he needs to learn to stand his ground and be who he wants to be despite what others think of him. he also needs to learn to make decisions that affect his life based on facts and not follow the crowd. true friends most often will make the same sound decisions that he makes or accept his decision without pressuring him.

dear abby

one other comment: require the kid to wear a helmet or forfeit the right to ride a bike. it’s called “tough love,” and although it is tough, it is also rewarding. More parents need to have sound, well-thought-out rules and stick to them. — parent first, friend second dear abby: patients cannot be used as exhibits, even with the best of intentions. it would be unethical and also illegal under hipaa laws. a better option would be to contact the injury prevention office at a local children’s hospital and ask for tips. if your readers don’t live near one, there are websites filled with helpful information. — laurie in dallas dear abby: it’s true that there is no state code law in texas regarding bicycle helmets, but many municipalities, including dallas, have ordinances that require riders to wear them. That mother should check her city code. — concerned in teXas dear abby: “overprotective” should let her son choose a “cool” helmet and be sure it’s fitted correctly. going to a bike shop may be the best bet. serious bikers are cool and will be supportive. The boy should select the style and color he wants and decorate it with hot stickers or whatever he wishes. if that doesn’t work, then take the bike away. it’s the kind of cause-and-effect discipline that really works. — barbara in ruMford, Maine dear abby is written by abigail van buren, also known as Jeanne phillips, and was founded by her mother, pauline phillips. write dear abby at www. dearabby.com or p.o. box 69440, los angeles, ca 90069.


E36: Thursday, March 28, 2013

The post and courier

03.28.13 Charleston Scene  

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