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what’s inside 4 | get out

david Quick previews outdoor options

5 | dollar days

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

6-7 | movies

“star trek into darkness�

8 | movie listings

9-13 | food + bev

charleston delicatessen & bakery, chew on this, Five loaves cafe, charleston beer garden

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23 | see and be scene 24-29 | calendar, nightlife, sudoku

cd reviews, upcoming shows

30-34 | comics +tv grid

18-19 | weekend events 22 | arts

35 | trivia, abby

a look at upcoming events

with horoscopes and crossword puzzle


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charleston sprint triathlon series kicks off e

ven though we’re still in the spring season, one of the summer traditions of the lowcountry’s endurance sports community kicks off this weekend. The 23rd annual charleston sprint triathlon series commences sunday with the first of five races at James island county park and features two new twists, so to speak. The first will be free yoga taught by holy cow yoga instructor erin levesque 5:45-6:45 p.m. on the saturday before each triathlon at the park’s “lake” during packet pickup. The yoga is open to anyone, not just participants. “we wanted to incorporate another type of exercise into our triathlon experience,” said series director paul king. “i found that yoga poses mirror many stretches that endurance athletes use but in a more flowing movement.” The second addition to the series this year will be “prime awards” for the fastest times in each leg of the triathlon (swim, bike, run), said king. other dates for the triathlons are June 16, July 7 and 28 and the championship race aug. 11. races begin at 7:15 a.m. with a 600-yard freshwater swim in the lake at James island county park, continue with a 12-mile bike ride through the park and out and back on riverland drive, and finish with a flat 5k run. each race is limited to 400 participants, and fees start at $55 per race. www.ccprc.com/csts

for the event. “with adaptive and creative paddling techniques, Jed still inspires us as he continues to kayak,” said livingston, adding that the event has raised more than $12,000 in the past four years. livingston said the goal this year is to raise $5,000. nature adventures outfitters has donated 100 percent of the proceeds to the national ms society-greater carolinas chapter and the tisch ms research center in the effort to help find a “kure” for the disease and for facilities that help ms patients. “This year, we’ll include stand-up paddleboarding tours as well as kayaks,” said livingston, adding that children ages 4 and up are welcome. The event also will feature a silent auction with prizes including whitewater rafting, kayaking trips, eco-tour boat excursions, gift baskets and more. www.kayak4ms.org

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Hands Across the Sand is an annual event for people to show support for alternative energy and against offshore oil drilling.

bike to work day

run for change

on saturday, the run for change 5k run and walk will kayak for the kure be at 8 a.m. at the christian also sunday is the fifth an- drug and alcohol rehabilitanual kayak for the kure for tion center in moncks corner. ms, starting from nature The fee is $25 for particiadventures kayak, canoe pants older than 18 and $15 and paddleboard outfitters for those 18 and younger. on shem creek in mount all proceeds will go toward pleasant. The changed lives ministry, The 23rd annual Charleston Sprint Triathlon Series will feaThe event involves two-hour which is a christian rehature a new award for the athletes with the fastest times in paddling trips departing at bilitation center dedicated the swim, bike and run segments of the race. 9:30 a.m., noon and 2:30 p.m. to those who are struggling surfboard demos donations start at $35. with addictions but desire “a “They say the company will kathie livingston, owner of change.” The second of two surfboard bring team riders,” said ocean nature adventures, said that packet pickup is 4-8 p.m. demonstrations in may by surf shop’s Bates hagood, local resident Jed elmaleh, Friday at santee circle comocean surf shop will be 1adding that big waver recordwho has advanced multiple munity church or 6-7:15 a.m. 6 p.m. Friday at The washout holder garrett mcnamara sclerosis, has been and contin- on race morning. on Folly Beach when wavejet and pro surfer cory lopez ues to be the main inspiration www.mcrunforchange.com comes into town. may attend.

The Hands Across the Sand annual event will be held Saturday next to the Folly Pier.

hands across the sand The annual hands across the sand, a demonstration for clean energy and against offshore drilling, will be 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. saturday on the beach next to the Folly pier. www.handsacrossthe sand.org

may is national Bike month, and this week’s national Bike to work week culminates with the national Bike to work day on Friday. charleston moves will hold events for bike commuters 7-7:30 a.m. Friday at two locations: behind earth Fare and at mount pleasant memorial waterfront park. The event at earth Fare will include a short rally, refreshments, bike raffle ticket and a police-escorted ride over the ashley river bridge to the medical university of south carolina’s clyburn center. in mount pleasant, the event will include a rally, refreshments and a raffle, also ending at the clyburn center. on sunday, charleston moves also plans rides along the Battery2Beach route, but details were not available. charlestonmoves.org/ involvement/events-calendar


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calendar overflows with inexpensive happenings

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he spring outdoor events calendar is in full swing, so let’s waste no more space and get to what’s going on.

folly fridays

well, that finale didn’t last long. The organizers behind Folly Fridays faked everyone out last week at what was to be the closing of the inaugural year. guess they weren’t ready to call it quits just yet. hosted by the Folly association of Business, the event gets an encore this week at not one but three locations: planet Follywood, drop-in deli and Folly Brew pub. each Friday for the past seven weeks, local businesses on Folly have banded together to offer visitors food and drink specials, live entertainment, prizes, giveaways and more. sponsored by mix 95.9 and corona and corona light, slammin’ sammy from mix 95.9 will broadcast his afternoon show (3-7 p.m.) live from Folly. participating restaurants will offer drink specials, including $3.50 coronas and corona lights, and attendees will have the opportunity to win corona prizes as well as gift certificates to dozens of businesses on Folly Beach. starting at 6 p.m., a number of musicians will perform around town. Find a schedule of who will be playing where at www.visitfolly.com.

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yappy hour

one of charleston county park and recreation’s most popular events, yappy hour, marks its return tonight. pick up your pup and head over to James island county park for an evening of socializing, live music and more starting at 4 p.m., held in the off-leash dog park, owners can enjoy live music by soul Fish duo while their dogs run around and play. But remember that pets must be leashed outside the dog park. admission is free with the $1 gate charge. outside coolers and alcohol are prohibited; beverages will be available for purchase on-site. call 795-4386 or go to www. ccprc.com.

Bluegrass bands, including eagle creek, 17-s Bluegrass, the harrmonators and Busker, do you know of an event will be scattered around the that should be included in dollar days? email anugent@ event area performing live music. and if you’re looking postandcourier.com. to get in on the action, you can bring an instrument and a chair and join the open advance purchases are made as tickets are limited. new this Blue grass Jam in town square. year is the “all-access dance in conjunction with this card,” a season pass to all of weekend’s sculpture in the the shaggin’ on the cooper south in summerville’s azaand moonlight mixer events lea square (see Pages 18-19 (moonlight mixers begin for more), the nonprofit has at the end of may on Folly teamed up with the audubon Beach). The passes are $84 or center at Francis Beidler $60 for charleston county Forest and summerville residents, for both series. passes for the moonlight mix- downtown restoration, enhancement and management er series or the shaggin’ on for Birds. an acronym for the cooper series also can be Birds in residence downpurchased for $48 or $36 for charleston county residents. town summerville, Birds is call 795-4386 or go to www. a project that will see 19 lifesize bird sculptures scattered ccprc.com/shaggin. throughout town. The first

sippin’ saturdays

also on saturday is irvinhouse vineyards’ sippin’ saturday event. From noon-4 p.m., enjoy a day at the wadmalaw island winery. tastings in the Firefly vodka distillery and irvinhouse winery are $6 to taste six of 24 flavors of Firefly spirits and $4 to taste five wines. in addition, wine-a-ritas will be served on the patio, shaggin’ on the cooper and wine may be purchased yet another annual seasonal by the glass or bottle. staple for charleston county live music will begin at park and rec is shaggin’ on 1 p.m. and will be provided the cooper. by guilt ridden troubadour. The dance series at the Food will be available for purmount pleasant pier off harry chase from the tomato shed party at the point hallman Jr. Boulevard in cafe. charleston’s “premier happy mount pleasant will be held guests are encouraged to hour concert series” is celsaturday, with gates opening bring lawn chairs and blanebrating the return of warm, at 7 p.m. and the music begin- kets. pets are allowed but must dry weather with the next in- ning at 8 p.m. be leashed. stallment of party at the point. This week, enjoy live music admission is free, but drinks From 5:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, from the port authority Band, and food must be purchased. enjoy the view from charleswhich performs top 40 hit irvin-house vineyards is ton harbor resort and masongs from yesterday and at 6775 Bears Bluff road on rina, 20 patriots point road in today in a variety of genres wadmalaw island. call 559mount pleasant, as you sip on including motown, rock ’n’ 6867 or go to www.charlesdrinks from the cash bar and roll, ’60s, ’70s, beach music tonwine.com. enjoy live music from blueand classic rock. Food and grass group The Blue dogs. beverages will be available for third thursday tickets are $7. Free on-street purchase. This month’s Third Thursparking is available, as is valet day event in downtown sumtickets are $10 or $8 for parking for $5. charleston county residents, merville is all about birds and go to www.Charleston bluegrass. and it’s recommended that

will be unveiled at 6:30 p.m. today. other happenings during Third Thursday include art and merchant booths, and events and specials at local shops and restaurants. The event runs 5-8 p.m. go to www.summervilledream. org for more.

ages are not allowed; cocktail service will be available. call 768-6301 or go to www. kiawahresort.com for more.

night walk

if you’re looking for something a little different, look no further than the audubon center at Francis Beidler Forest. summer concert series at 8 p.m. saturday, an audubon society naturalist The sanctuary at kiawah island golf resort, one sanc- will guide an evening tour tuary Beach drive on kiawah along the 1.75-mile boardwalk island, kicks off their summer through the old-growth Francis Beidler Forest. concert series on saturday. stars and moonlight will starting at 5 p.m. on The guide the way as walkers grand lawn, the familystroll past bald cypress trunks friendly event will feature a (some more than 1,000 years performance by The coastal Breeze Band, which plays mo- old) and listen to the bats and town, soul, pop and retro hits barred owls. pets are not allowed. from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. tickets are $10. reservations guests are encouraged to are required. call 462-2150 or bring beach chairs or a blango to www.beidlerforest.com. ket. outside alcoholic bever-


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‘star trek into darkness’

Latest movie has many high notes yet somehow steers its way off course movie review

By roger moore MCT

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Zachary quinto (left) and Chris Pine in “Star Trek Into Darkness.”

he giddiness of “star trek” is gone, but “star trek into darkness” maintains its love of character and pathos, the other great selling points of this rebooted sci-fi franchise. There’s action in abundance and some production design flourishes that are as eye-popping as any science fiction ever to hit the screen. But as our old friend ricardo montalban said 30 years ago in “The wrath of khan,” still the best of the “star trek” films: “it is veeery coooooold in space.” “into darkness,” for all its dense textures and epic scale, left me cold. director J.J. abrams, who has owned up to not having an emotional attachment to the tv show or the movies it spawned, commissioned his screenwriters to do a riff on “wrath of khan,” an alternate history of the khan myth. so knowing the classic “trek” version — dating from a tv episode in the ’60s, updated with the ’80s movie — doesn’t help in appreciating the new one or spoil its surprises. That’s both good and bad; good in its novelty, bad in the sense that it

1/2 (out of five stars) director: J.J. abrams cast: chris pine, benedict cumberbatch, zachary Quinto, zoe saldana, alice eve, simon pegg, John cho, anton yelchin rated: pg-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence running time: 2 hours, 12 minutes more photos: For more photographs from the film, check out the review at charlestonscene.com. still relies on the original series’ back story to draw on. remaking “The wrath of khan” while not actually remaking it muddies the message and robs the villain and the story of its mythic staying power. in terms of tone, “darkness” is balanced between the original series and the more pacifist “next generation,” an action film with a staggering body count, and characters protesting the morality of combat by remote control. abrams is intent on delivering a please see ‘trek,’ page e7

abrams takes enterprise in surprising direction

By rene rodriguez The Miami Herald

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ou just made my day,” director J.J. abrams said, exhaling with relief. he’d just been told that a particular action sequence in his new movie, “star trek into darkness,” quickened the pulse of a seen-itall movie critic. For a moment, abrams can stop explaining all the laborious homework and meticulous details that go into making a film with a rabid (and vocal) fan base and simply talk about the picture as a giant summer movie, shot with imaX cameras and postconverted to 3d. “The key for us was always to make a movie that was, above all else, a thrill ride and funny and entertaining,” abrams said. “we had already done the heavy lifting (in

2009’s “star trek”) and established our take on the characters and our own timeline that acknowledges and honors everything that had come before, but at the same time splits off and heads out on its own direction. we could pick and choose what we wanted from the original series and leave other things alone. and it was intentionally designed as a stand-alone movie. There’s no need to have seen the first movie or the original series. They are not essential reading. But if you are a fan of the series, you’ll be rewarded, too.” although “into darkness” tinkers with the “trek” canon in ingenious (some will say blasphemous) ways, the movie’s primary objective is to put on a great show with a series of increasingly grander action setpieces that are furiously exciting. “what J.J. does so well is to main-

tain a sense of fun throughout the entire story,” said simon pegg, who plays the engineer scotty. “it’s important that a big entertainment like this remembers what it is and doesn’t get pretensions of high art. not that the movie isn’t artful: it is. But there has been a tendency recently in movies to get overly serious with what is essentially kids’ stuff. “some filmmakers are trying to make comic books and superheroes and fantasy a little more somber, but i think sometimes that’s a slight misstep because it loses the core of what makes (the genre) special. J.J. never loses touch with his inner child: he is so in touch with the experience of being thrilled and happy and excited in every way.” “star trek into darkness,” which opens in theaters today, follows the crew of the enterprise as it

reluctantly embarks on a military mission to apprehend a terrorist, John harrison (Benedict cumberbatch), who plants a bomb that kills hundreds of people in london, then hides out on a klingon planet where captain James t. kirk (chris pine) and his crew are bound by law not to trespass.

High expectations

with all those pesky origin storylines and character introductions taken care of in the first film (which grossed $385 million worldwide), you might assume writing the sequel would be easier, an opportunity for the creators to play and indulge crazy ideas. But roberto orci, who co-wrote the screenplay with alex kurtzman and damon lindelof, said please see abrams, page e7

Chris Pine plays Captain Kirk.


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Benedict Cumberbatch in “Star Trek Into Darkness.” ‘trek’ from page e6

more democratic “trek” in which all of the principals have big scenes, big moments and serious character development. Thus lt. uhura (zoe saldana) shows off her linguistic competence, and her emotional attachment to the recklessly selfless spock (zachary Quinto). scotty (simon pegg) expresses moral objections to the new ways of war. and everyone has his or her ethics, courage and convictions tested by a new villain, a terrorist (Benedict cumberbatch) whose agenda is a mystery even more puzzling if you remember “The wrath of khan.” in a bravura intro, kirk (chris pine) and spock try to intervene without intervening in a primitive, red-foliage planet whose simple, belligerent natives

are about to be wiped out by a volcano. kirk wants to act, spock wants to lecture him on “the prime directive” (no interference). kirk faces demotion, the crew of the enterprise may be broken up, and then the mysterious terrorist starts blowing stuff up at starfleet. is he connected with the “sworn enemy” klingons? can the bad guy be taken out by photon torpedo drone strikes? can kirk convince the admiral (peter weller of “robocop”) that only he can save the day? The 3d here is stunning, and that depth of field is put to good use in space battles and on alien worlds. abrams and his writers toss in scads of offhand references to the “trek” universe: dr. carol marcus (alice eve) shows up, and nurse chapel is mentioned.

There’s plenty of humor leavening all the weighty questions about who is a terrorist and who has the moral high ground. chekov (anton yelchin) kvetches like never before. scotty has the best lines, especially when he’s had a few to drink. (“if it isn’t captain James tiberius perfect hair!”) But the movie’s a muddle, a piece that abrams seems to want to turn into a “lost” puzzle that makes more sense in his head than on the screen. The confusing conflation of past films and alternate universe story is burdensome. and cumberbatch makes a decent villain but a much better tv sherlock holmes. “star trek” is still boldly going its own way, even as it references the classic “trek” canon. But somewhere along the way, abrams got lost.

the experience was quite the opposite. “with the first movie, we benefited from low expectations,” orci said. “how are you going to recast kirk and spock? no one thought it could be done. now with the second movie, all that stuff is gone and we can do anything we want. That was actually horrifying and terrifying because the audience demands to be surprised again, but this time their expectations are much higher.” ever since filming began, rumors have run rampant on the internet. is the bad guy in the film really the iconic villain khan (originally played by ricardo montalban) in disguise? is the shot from the Japanese trailer of two hands touching through a pane of glass an homage to the ending of “star trek ii: The wrath of khan,” and if so, who do the hands belong to? is there really a tribble in the movie? writer larry nemecek, a “star trek” authority who maintains the popular trek landblog.com, said even he was caught off-guard by some of the twists in “into darkness.” “The story starts out as a routine mission, but there are some major milestones for many of the characters,” he said. “i was really struck by how many homages they paid to the original show. They managed to walk the line and satisfy both the core fans and the casual viewers. during the last third of the movie, i was sitting there thinking,

‘i can’t believe they’re going there.’ and they really went there!”

Roddenberry’s legacy

what makes “into darkness” feel like a true “star trek” movie, even more than the previous film, is that the story is replete with allegories and metaphors that speak to modern times, honoring the intent gene roddenberry had when he created the tv show in the 1960s. “when you think about science fiction in general, the vast majority of future scenarios are very bleak,” said professor anthony rotolo, who teaches a class called star trek and the information age at syracuse university. “people are always struggling against some kind of tyrannical empire. roddenberry was the first to offer a vision of humanity that was hopeful. earth had overcome all the elements of war and we were exploring the universe again — a kind of race-to-the-moon feeling. he had a humanist vision of the future, being self-aware and educating yourself and carrying that to the way you deal with other people. That’s why his phasers had a stun setting. wouldn’t we rather make weapons that would knock them out and talk to them later? now you have that idea represented today by tasers.” abrams made a point to honor roddenberry’s legacy with “into darkness,” making sure that the futuristic story unfolding onscreen bore some connection to contemporary audiences. “ ‘star trek’ is not a long

time ago in a galaxy far, far away,” he said. “it’s us in the future, and that future will come sooner than you think. it’s imperative that the movie not be preachy or be a polemic. But it should also deal with resonant, relevant issues we are grappling with today. while this movie was not made with a precious import, we were very conscious to deal with elements that we could relate to and make us feel. if the audience doesn’t feel connected to the themes and events and the villain of the story, you end up with a theoretical, observational experience, where people watch the movie but don’t live the movie. They are not inside it. “so we let the characters have philosophical debates about certain moral quandaries without getting preachy. what happens when authority is wrong? what happens when following the rules means doing the immoral thing? what happens when you suspect you’re going to be attacked, so you become the attacker? none of that takes away from the excitement of the movie. on the contrary, it gives it a real pulse and soul.”

What’s next

abrams, who has accepted the daunting task of directing the next “star wars” movie (due in 2015), said he tends to do his best work when all eyes are trained on him. “sure, there’s going to be pressure. But there has been pressure in every tv show and film i’ve been involved in. one way to look at it is pressure; another way is to look at it is excitement.”


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

Opening

23: 5:35 citadel: today: 1, 6;50 James island: today: 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 10 northwoods: today-tues: 6:50, 9:35; wed: 6:50

The Hangover Part III r

the wolfpack is back in action, except this time there is no wedding or bachelor party. so what could go wrong? with these guys, everything.

Peeples  pg-13

cinebarre: wed: 10; thurs may 23: 3:05, 6:05, 9:20, 11:45 northwoods: wed: 10

tyler perry’s latest comedy about a wellto-do family’s reunion in the hamptons that gets crashed by the daughter’s fiance.

Star Trek Into Darkness

cinebarre: today: 1:15, 4:15, 7:35, 10; Fri: 12:15, 2:45, 5:45, 9:10, 11:35; sat-sun: 10:30, 12:15, 1, 2:45, 4, 5:45, 7:25, 9:10, 9:50, 11:35; mon-wed: 12:15, 2:45, 5:45, 9:10, 11:35; thurs may 23: 2:45, 5:45, 9:10, 11:35 citadel: today: 12:30, 1:15, 2:45, 3:30, 5, 5:45, 7:15, 8, 9:45 James island: today: 1:55, 4:20, 6:45, 9:10 northwoods: today-wed: 12:20, 1, 2:45, 3:30, 5, 5:45, 7:15, 8:10, 9:45; thurs may 23: 12:20, 2:45, 5, 7:15, 9:45

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captain kirk and the crew of the enterprise must capture a weapon of mass destruction that has terrorized earth.

cinebarre: today: 12:15, 7:30; Fri: 12:02, 2:47, 2:52, 5:22, 5:52, 9:07, 9:37, 9:52, 12:07, 12:42, 12:52; sat-sun: 9:40, 12:02, 12:30, 2:47, 12:25, 2:52, 3, 3:30, 5:22, 5:52, 6:45, 7:15, 7:30, 9:07, 9:37, 9:45, 9:52, 10:20, 10:30, 12:07, 12:42, 12:52; mon-wed: 12:02, 2:47, 2:52, 5:22, 5:52, 9:07, 9:37, 9:52, 12:07, 12:42, 12:52; thurs may 23: 2:47, 2:52, 5:22, 5:52, 9:07, 9:37, 9:52, 12:07, 12:42, 12:52 cinebarre 3d: today: 3:15, 10:30; Fri: 12:12, 2:42, 3:07, 6:07, 9:22, 10:07, 12:22, 1:07; sat-sun: 9:50, 12:12, 12:20, 12:45, 2:42, 3:07, 3:45, 6:07, 7, 7:45, 9:22, 10, 10:07, 10:45, 12:22, 1:07; monwed: 12:12, 2:42, 3:07, 6:07, 9:22, 10:07, 12:22, 1:07; thurs may 23: 2:42, 3:07, 6:07, 9:22, 10:07, 12:22, 1:07 citadel: today: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:30 citadel imaX 3d: today: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 hwy 21: Fri-sun: 8:25 northwoods: today-thurs may 23: 12:45, 1:30, 2:30, 3:35, 4:20, 5:30, 7, 8, 8:30, 9:45 northwoods 3d: today-thurs may 23: 1, 3:45, 6:30, 9:20

Playing

42: An American Legend  pg-13

biography of the legendary Jackie robinson, the first african-american to play major league baseball, and branch rickey, the brooklyn dodgers general manager, as they faced racism and prejudice while making history.

cinebarre: today: 12:50, 3:50, 7:15, 10:05; Fri: 12:03, 2:53, 5:53, 9:38, 12:33; sat-sun: 9:45, 12:03, 12:35, 2:53, 3:35, 5:53, 7:20, 9:38, 10:15, 12:33; mon-wed: 12:03, 2:53, 5:53, 9:38, 12:33 citadel: today: 1:15, 3:55, 6:50, 9:40 northwoods: today: terrace: today: 1:15, 6:55, 9:10

The Big Wedding

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this romantic comedy with an all-star cast follows a long-divorced couple forced to pretend they are still happily married at a

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Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Great Gatsby.” family wedding.

cinebarre: today: 1:30, 4:30, 7:25, 9:40 citadel: today: 1:25, 4, 7:15, 9:30 James island: today: 1:45, 4:05, 6:45, 9:20

The Croods

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animated feature about the world’s first prehistoric family after their cave is destroyed by an earthquake. citadel: today: 12:50, 3:20, 7, 9:30 James island: today: 1:30, 4, 6:45, 9:15 northwoods: today-wed: 1, 3:30

The Great Gatsby  pg-13

set in 1920s new york, a midwesterner (tobey maguire) gets swept away with the glitzy and glamorous lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor (leonardo dicaprio) and the relationship woes of his cousin (carey mulligan).

cinebarre: today: 12:15, 3:25, 7, 10:10; Fri: 12:07, 2:29, 3:02, 5:29, 6:02, 9:29, 10:02, 12:29, 12:57; sat-sun: 9:45, 12:07, 12:10, 12:40, 2:29, 3:02, 3:10, 3:40, 5:29, 6:02, 7:10, 7:40, 9:29, 10:02, 10:10, 10:35, 12:29, 12:57; mon-wed: 12:07, 2:29, 3:02, 5:29, 6:02, 9:29, 10:02, 12:29, 12:57; thurs may 23: 2:29, 3:02, 5:29, 6:02, 9:29, 10:02, 12:29, 12:57 cinebarre 3d: today: 12:35, 3:45, 7:20, 10:30; Fri: 3:12, 9:47; sat-sun: 12:50, 3:12, 7:25, 9:47; mon-thurs may 23: 3:12, 9:47 citadel: today: 12:45, 3:45, 6:50, 9:50 citadel 3d: today: 2, 5, 8 northwoods: today-thurs may 23: 12:30, 3:40, 6:50, 9:50 northwoods 3d: today-thurs may 23: 2,

5:15, 8:30 terrace: today: 1:20, 4, 7, 9:30; Fri-thurs may 23: 12:25, 1:20, 4, 5:55, 7, 9:30 terrace 3d: today: 12:30, 3:05, 5:55, 8:35; Fri-thurs may 23: 3, 8:35

Iron Man 3

 pg-13

tony stark/iron man (robert downey Jr.) is on a quest for retribution after the mandarin, a powerful and boundless terrorist, destroys his personal life.

cinebarre: today: 12:30, 3:30, 7, 9:55; Fri: 2:24, 5:24, 5:39, 9:24, 12:19; sat-sun: 12:05, 2:24, 3:05, 3:20, 5:24, 5:39, 7:05, 9:24, 10, 12:19; monthurs may 23: 2:24, 5:24, 5:39, 9:24, 12:19 cinebarre 3d: today: 1, 4, 7:30, 10:25; Fri: 12:14, 6:09, 12:44; sat-sun: 9:55, 12:14, 3:50, 6:09, 10:25, 12:44; mon-wed: 12:14, 6:09, 12:44; thurs may 23: 6:09, 12:44 citadel: today: noon, 1:30, 2, 3, 4:20, 5, 6, 7:10, 8, 9, 10 citadel 3d: today: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:30 citadel imaX 3d: today: 1, 4, 7, 10; wed: 1, 4 hwy 21: Fri-sun: 8:25 James island: today: 1, 4, 7, 10 James island 3d: today: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:30 northwoods: today-wed: 12:10, 1, 2:30, 3, 4, 5:30, 6, 7, 8:30, 9, 10; thurs may 23: 12:10, 1, 2:30, 3, 4, 5:30, 6, 7, 8:30, 9 northwoods 3d: today-thurs may 23: 12:30, 3:30, 6:30, 9:20

Mud

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two arkansas teenagers get involved

with a fugitive named mud (matthew mcconaughey) as he plans to evade bounty hunters and reunite with his true love (reese witherspoon).

terrace: today-thurs may 23: 12:30, 2:45, 4:55, 7:25, 9:35

Oblivion  pg-13

in 2077 on an evacuated earth, a veteran security repairman (tom cruise) is on a mission from his lunar colony to extract vital resources from the planet so a threatening alien doesn’t scavenge them. cinebarre: today: 12:40, 3:40, 7:25, 10:15 citadel: today: 3:50, 9:40 hwy 21: Fri-sun: 10:45 James island: today: 1, 4, 7, 9:55 northwoods: today: 9:30

Oz the Great and Powerful

The Place Beyond the Pines 1/2 r

a motorcycle stunt rider (ryan gosling) becomes a bank robber, and his actions create devastating consequences that affect him, the cop who pursues him (bradley cooper) and the future of their families.

cinebarre: today: 12:45, 3:45, 7:05, 10:10; Fri: noon; sat-sun: noon, 2:30; mon-thurs may 23: noon citadel: today: 1, 3:50, 6:50

Renoir

1/2 r

in the south of France, impressionist painter pierre-auguste renoir and his son, wounded in world war i, are rejuvenated and inspired by a beautiful and enchanting young model.

terrace: today: 3:55; Fri-thurs may 23: 1:15, 3:55, 6:55, 8:55

Room 237

1/2

1/2

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.

a documentary on the different theories and interpretations of the hidden meanings within stanley kubrick’s horror film, “the shining.”

pg

hwy 21: Fri-sun: 10:35

Pain & Gain  r

based on a true story, this comedy follows bodybuilders (mark wahlberg and dwayne Johnson) who get involved with extortion, kidnapping, torture and murder.

cinebarre: today: 12:55, 3:55, 7:10, 10:05; Fri: 5:35; sat-sun: 3:25, 5:35; mon-thurs may

nr

citadel: today: 9:30

Scary Movie 5 

pg-13

the franchise tackles the supernatural in this installment, with parodies of “paranormal activity,” “child’s play,” “inception,” honey boo boo and more. James island: today: 1:50, 4:05, 7:15, 9:30

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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photographs by rob young

A pastrami sandwich from the Charleston Delicatessen & Bakery.

summerville bakery serves up true delicatessen offerings By roB young Special to The Post and Courier

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y friends and i long have lamented the absence of a true delicatessen in charleston, discounting those that masquerade as such. Those concerns, or annoyances, do not extend to the charleston delicatessen & Bakery. The Jewish delicatessen lives up to its title and to expectations. it’s like an outlier of sorts in a land of pretend delis, coolly delivering carnegiestyle stacked sandwiches, potato knishes, slow-roasted brisket sandwiches and beef tongue from its summerville outpost. it’s a place worth your time, worth your travel and worth your indulgence, no matter where you may live in the charleston area. The deli serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. mornings present freshly baked bagels and buttery croissants, house-made

A slow-cooked brisket sandwich.

if you go what: charleston delicatessen & bakery where: 10957 dorchester road, summerville hours: 7 a.m.-9 p.m. tuesday-sunday more info: 875-0630

lox ($6.95-$8.75), corned beef hash and eggs ($8.75), several dishes featuring challah bread and matzo brei ($7.95), a savory Jewish pancake made with matzo,

eggs and seasonings. The rest of the day belongs to features like matzo ball soup ($4.25), quiches, deep-dish tomato pies ($8.95) and a generous sandwich board: handtrimmed corned beef ($10.50), tender brisket ($10.50), reubens ($10.95) and spicerubbed and smoked pastrami ($10.50). For $18.50, the delicatessen ramps up the sandwich portion size to levels befitting new york’s carnegie deli. The impossibly large bread and dessert display cases also show off a world of options. The charleston delicatessen prepares its own Jewish rye and French baguettes, along with a rich collection of sweets like baklava, eclairs, italian cannoli, rum cake, and black and white cookies. and what’s this? They’re even introducing an ice creamery to the store, creating parlor-made classics that hark back to the 1950s. put it on the list — it’s yet another reason for dropping in.


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five loaves cafe multiplies east of the cooper By deidre schipani Special to The Post and Courier

to be chilled, though, and not tepid. The pasta menu offers clashere are no golden archsic spaghetti and meatballs es at the newest member for $12, as well as uptown blue of the restaurant family crab and artichoke hearts of casey glowacki and Joe tossed with spaghetti in a spicy Fischbein. shellfish broth. no “250 billion served” or The parms of chicken and “75 hamburgers per second,” eggplant ($13, $11) are jazzed but golden sails fly over the atwith red roasted peppers and tractive herb-lined patio that topped with slippery pillows of is home to the mount pleasant fresh mozzarella. location of Five loaves cafe. it The entree menu sprouts two joins its downtown sister propentrees for vegetarians: a stirerty at 43 cannon st. in servfry that embraces your choice ing healthy choices for lunch of chinese hoisin sauce or Thai and dinner. peanut sauce ($11) or a mariThe second Five loaves locanated portobello mushroom tion moved down the “block” ($12) served over a vegetable in the crickentree village late ragout. Those who care to eat last winter. They took over the meatless are not culinary stepformer village tavern space. children here. skylights and patio doors lifted tilapia picatta ($15) took the the darkness of this former traditional italian preparation music pub. with lemon, wine and capers in their proud tradition of and plated the fish over chunky recycling, much of the interior roasted garlic mashed potaof the restaurant has been toes. The spinach side was raw, repurposed, refinished or reand the heat of the fish could claimed. From barn wood to not wilt the greens, which was baskets, beadboard to bricks, an odd mouth-feel mix. But Five loaves whitewashes the the dish itself had merit. grace beahm/staFF new space in the best sense of a similar misstep occurred the word. Five Loaves Cafe Mount Pleasant is on Johnnie Dodds Boulevard. with the glazed salmon ($17). it’s a little bit coastal, a little The fish was served in a basil bit industrial. walls the color south carolina-raised poultry; the alcohol-free arnold palmer butter broth faint of basil, of red plums warm the coolhormone-free, pasture-raised will enjoy an adult beverage of surrounded with red bliss ness of concrete floors. inbeef; purchasing local fruits, cuisine: eclectic with med ner appetizers $3.75-$7; pas- mrs. palmer made with sweet potatoes, artichokes, tomatoes verted basket chandeliers lend vegetables, grains and nuts; spin tas $12-$14; entrees $12-$17 tea vodka ($8). The additional and roasted red peppers. all country charm over tables set and partnering with beer and category: neighborhood bar: Full service bar bar space permits an expanded were bright with flavor, but the with modern brushed alumiwine purveyors who share a Favorite vegetarian options: craft beer program, and the spinach was raw and a clump num chairs. and do check out common conscience. location: 1055 Johnnie yes, as well as vegan, gluten- current cocktail buzz finally of minced garlic that needed to the culinary quotes lettered on saffron cafe & Bakery is its dodds blvd., suite 50, mount free gets its due. be mixed into the broth sat on each tabletop. current dessert provider. pleasant wheelchair accessible: The menu is staked with a the sidelines. Fortunately disThere are two dining areas as Five loaves roasts all its own phone: 849-1043 yes nod to health and wellness. covered before spoon-fed. well as a bar with a community meats for a substantial sandhours: 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. parking: lot at crickentree honest, hearty fare can be had That being said, there is table and an outdoor patio. wich program. mozzarella monday-thursday; 11 a.m.village for a wallet-friendly price. much to like on the menu with expansion has allowed these is pulled in-house, and the 10 p.m. Friday-saturday; other: daily soup, entree salads are fresh and are avail- its range of vegetables, prepalong-term partners to bring kitchen makes its own pastas. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. sunday and sandwich specials. dinable in half- and whole portion rations and commitment to a cocktail and craft beer prosoups vary by the day and will food:  ner menu served after 5 p.m. sizes ($4.10-$8.50). They also “clean food.” gram into the mix, offer suninclude a vegetarian and vegan atmosphere: 1/2 risotto of the day. catering. offer small dinner and caesar The staff hustles to move day brunch and operate with a selection. and if you cannot service:  happy hour, no split plates, salads during dinner service chunks of fresh-from-the-oven bit more breathing space. make up your mind, there is a price: $-$$ carryout, fiveloavescafe. for $3.75. The spring mix was focaccia bread and seasoned oh, and that former location trio of small pours for $4.25. costs: lunch $4-$8.50; din- com, Facebook and twitter. crisp and chilled, and cucum- olive oil to your table, serve hot slightly north, it will become expect to see a daily special bers, cherry tomatoes, toasted dishes as quickly as your order an event space for both Five for soup, appetizer, seafood, almonds and parmesan cheese comes up and clear the tables loaves cafes and its burger risotto and entree. The lunch stripped of your cash. nah, the partners felt wellprovided both texture and between each course. emporia, sesame Burgers and menu can be ordered all day, glowacki and Fischbein met schooled and well-tooled to try taste notes to an easy eating it is clear from the crowds Beer. plans are to be up and and sandwiches are graciously over the pots and pans of sal a solo venture. They aim to of- first course. that Five loaves cafe has running in June. available in half-portions. parco’s mustard seed restaufer “fresh, delicious food with The daily soup, a vichyssoise found its own miracle. That the Five loaves is proud of its entree prices are quite fair. in rant. armed with local experi- a friendly and calm ambience.” ($4 cup), had great potato-leek gospel of “five loaves and two green program of recycling fact, you can make multiple ences at magnolias and tBonz, in that, they succeed. flavor, and its surface swirled fish” still resonates at the table. and using biodegradable prod- visits per week to Five loaves as well as a stint glowacki did They have a sense of humor with creme fraiche and was From one good idea, many can ucts; serving antibiotic-free, and not feel you’ve been with elizabeth terry in savan- about their work, and fans of speckled with chives. it needed be fed.

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By deidre schipani competition and a silent aucSpecial to The Post and Courier tion with original art items and trips. post house turns 10 www.eccocharleston.org Join the old village post get sharp for a cause house on Friday for a 10th birthday celebration. Brad pitner, owner of The Birthday “presents” will coastal cupboard, aninclude a three-course for $30 nounced that the store is hostmenu, discounted bottles of ing its semiannual charity wine, birthday cake, raffles knife sharpening event and birthday bonus mavermay 31-June 2 at the 644-J ick collection points. each long point road location in evening’s “presents” will be mount pleasant’s Belle hall announced on the company’s shopping center. Facebook page and through The event will take place their twitter account. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. may 31 and prizes will be given out via June 1 and noon-4 p.m. June 2. Facebook and twitter, as well. everyone in the charleston executive chef Frank lee area is invited to get their and chef de cuisine Forrest straight-edged knives profesparker will provide dinner sionally sharpened for a $1 specials from the past all donation per knife, with all week. a celebratory cocktail proceeds benefitting Feed the called 10 also will be available. need. opened in 2003, the old during the event, The village post house, 101 pitt coastal cupboard will feast., is a neighborhood tavern ture many gourmet foods for and inn. reservations can be guests to taste inside the store. made by calling 388-8935 or guests may enter the charity going to www.oldvillagepost raffle for a chance to win prizhouse.com. es such as cutting boards, cutlery sets, coastal cupboard cooking for a cause cooking classes and more. The east cooper community ultimate charity raffle prize outreach hosts its annual fun- of the weekend is a dinner for draiser called The golf Ball. four at charleston grill with The event will take place wine pairings, a $700 value. across two days with a golf go to www.TheCoastal tournament on may 21 at Cupboard.com or facebook. ralston creek course at the com/TheCoastalCupboard. daniel island club and the chef direct “ball,” which will be held may 23 at daniel island two-time James Beard clubhouse. award-nominated chef craig The ball centers around a deihl of cypress is offering cooking competition that reselections from his csa-like sembles the Food network’s concept the artisan meat “chopped,” where chefs are share for memorial day. a given mystery baskets filled limited number of packages with ingredients that must be are available for $50. used during the competition. The memorial day package The event will include some will feature grill items such of charleston’s premier chefs as italian sausage, smoked and celebrity judges michelle pork shoulder, barbecue sauce weaver of charleston grill, and pickles. gift packs can be mike lata of Fig and The or- pre-ordered by calling 937dinary, and matt lee, cook4012, ext. 229. orders will be book author. available at cypress for pickup The emcee for the evening beginning wednesday. will be charleston grill’s ted’s events mickey Bakst. competing chefs will include ted’s Butcherblock, 334 east John ondo of lana’s, Ben Ber- Bay st., charleston’s neighborryhill of red drum, and Jerhood butcher shop and cafe, emiah Bacon of the macintosh has scheduled a lineup of speand oak steakhouse. cial events, tastings and menu The ball begins at 6:30 p.m., offerings for may. and tickets cost $75. There will z Cask Beer Breakfast: be live music by permanent starting at 10 a.m. saturday, vacation, supper, the cooking the crew at ted’s will tap into

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a special cask of new holland dragon’s milk. The bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout will be paired with an eclectic menu of breakfast items, including duck crepes, austinstyle migas, steak and eggs, and an ultimate breakfast burger. The keg will be available for $5 a pint while it lasts. The special breakfast menu is priced per item and will be available until 1 p.m. with the exception of the breakfast burger, which will be available all day. no reservations are required. z Porchetta Wednesdays: on wednesdays only in may, starting at noon, get a taste of ted’s house-made porchetta. served with provolone and salsa verde on evo’s freshbaked focaccia, the sandwich is perfect for lunch or dinner. The cost is $9 and includes a side. z Friday Cookout & Wine Tasting: From 5-8 p.m. on Fridays, try something from the butcher counter — steaks, chops, fresh fish, chicken and more — and the crew at ted’s can grill it up on the Big green egg. it’s served with a choice of sauce, two sides and dessert. you pay the cost of your butcher counter selection plus $14 for the fully prepared meal. while you wait, sample the wines on the tasting table and enjoy discounts on featured wines. z Picnic specials: ted’s house-made pates and selection of international cured meats and artisanal cheeses are tasty components for a picnic spread. choose from a variety of house-made pates, cured meats, cheeses, fruits, wines and more, or order one of the shop’s special picnic offerings: charcuterie platters at $25 and picnic in a bag for two at $30.

author at Jestine’s

From 3-5 p.m. sunday, Jestine’s kitchen will host a book signing with local author Brian k. mcgreevy for his newly published book “Bring your own sheets: tales From a charleston Bed & Breakfast.” Jestine’s kitchen is at 251 meeting st. call 722-7224.

name change

For nearly three decades, the tBonz restaurant group has been serving diners at its collection of restaurants

throughout georgia, south carolina and north carolina. on tuesday, tBonz restaurant group will change its company name to homegrown hospitality group to better define what the group has become. with 10 concepts that include more than 20 restaurants and one bed-andbreakfast, founders Jerry scheer and mark cumins think that while the tBonz name represents its roots,

the company has grown into something more diverse. local properties include tBonz gill & grill, liberty tap room, pearlz oyster Bar and kaminsky’s Baking co.

new spring menu

Blossom has unveiled a new menu with a simple, easy-tofollow design and revamped items that highlight local, fresh products from charleston’s bounty of seafood as well as other regional influences.

Blossom also will continue to offer its special tuesday lunch program; each week, a different lunch item will be priced at $7 and leaked on social media the day of. Blossom is at 171 east Bay st. go to www.magnoliasblossom-cypress.com or call 722-9200.

now closed

z Barbara Jean’s on market street. z citrus on east Bay street.


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charleston beer garden

File photographs/marie rodriguez

Second annual event aims for educational fun in the sun By t. Ballard lesemann Special to The Post and Courier

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here may not be any lederhosenclad Bavarian types strolling the grounds at this weekend’s charleston Beer garden, but there will be a variety of local beer lovers who appreciate high-quality ales and lagers in a beautiful park setting. “The whole idea was built around being a beer garden, which for us is the quintessential way of communing with friends,” said festival organizer hillary Jones of the gusto group. last spring, the inaugural charleston Beer garden drew a strong crowd of beer enthusiasts and novices to Brittlebank park on lockwood drive. attendees of “the largest pop-up beer garden charleston has experienced” enjoyed the tree-covered setting by the ashley river, taking advantage of the vip areas, growler stations, cornhole lanes, beer classes, food trucks and live music. This year, the festival returns to the park with a full roster of craft-brewed ales, lagers and seasonal beers. a few major breweries are on the list, but

if you go what: second annual charleston beer garden when: noon-8 p.m. saturday where: brittlebank park off lockwood drive price: $25-$50; designated driver tickets are $15 and must be purchased in advance more info: www.charleston beergarden.com the majority of the lineup comprises popular national microbreweries and locals. presented by the gusto group and the craft Beer exchange at sunoco, the charleston Beer garden joined the ranks of two prominent local annual beer festivals, the Ballpark Festival of Beers at riley park and Brewvival at coast Brewing in north charleston. all three events feature a variety of craft-brewed ales and lagers; if the Ballpark Festival of Beers is a casual keg party and Brewvival please see beer, page e13

Josh Sarver at last year’s event.


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beer garden do’s and don’ts

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is a super-intensive tasting session, the charleston Beer garden has found its way into a spot right in the middle as an interactive riverside party with beer as the central theme. “The Festival of Beer and Brewvival are great events that do an amazing job of opening people’s eyes to a mass amount of craft beers with sampling opportunities,” Jones said. “They’re very well-done. with charleston Beer garden, we like to think of it as a celebration of beer where people can come and sample specific beers, but they also can hang out, play games, enjoy a day by the ashley river, kick back and do what we believe beer is built on. “it’s all about camaraderie, hanging out and enjoying beer in a space that you don’t normally get to do that,” Jones said. “we love for that to be the core of the event. That builds a foundation for it.”

Perfecting the party

Jones has spent years working for wine and beer companies and distributors, and she embraces the fun side of

Heather Beem and Thomas O’Briant of Lee Distributors serve some thirsty patrons. those industries. “Both beer and wine have their special fun aspects,” she said. while Jones admits she’s never spent time in Bavarian biergartens, she loved the inner-city beer gardens and patio hangouts of chicago. “For me, the love came out of the merging of two different things. in chicago, there were beer gardens everywhere. They were open-air, wedged in all over the city within brick walls in really

unique spaces. The pop-up event culture kicked up a few years ago, too. people started putting on one-day events in great outdoor spaces. For me, it’s exciting to see a lot of beer gardens popping up all over.” admission to the first charleston Beer garden included a commemorative festival pint glass and koozie, a “sampling passport” with information about the participating breweries and a bag of beer swag. at the peak of the afternoon, some found lines for samples and pints to be very long and running slowly. Jones and her team were well-aware of what worked and what didn’t in the first year, so they’ve addressed the issues and adjusted their approach for year two. “we thought a lot about some of the things we could do slightly differently this year,” she said. “There were a few things that didn’t totally work out, so we listened carefully for feedback from people who attended last year. we took it all into account and added more beers, more classes and more events. “we don’t want anyone to have the experience of waiting all day in beer lines, so

that was one of the first issues we addressed,” Jones adds. “in addition to the beer locations around the festival, we had brewers set up in their tents in one place. people were eager to get what was included in the ticket, so they wound up on one side of the festival trying to get samples. That was something we wanted to fix, so we adopted a slightly different way. They’ll have more of a choice to do what they want, whether it’s getting 3-ounce samples or full pints. The new pint glass “steins” will have 3-ounce pour lines marked on the side, making it easier for servers to pour proper samples, while small handout festival maps will chart where each class, game and performance will be held. in addition to the beer tickets in the sampling passport, tickets for extra samples or pints of beer will be available for purchase.

Music, sudsy extras

dozens of craft beers will be pouring throughout the day. charleston’s holy city Brewing and palmetto Brewing co. will be on hand with some of their standard and seasonal offerings. green-

z do arrive hydrated and stay hydrated by drinking water between samples. z don’t drink recklessly. savor each sip and enjoy each pint. there’s no hurry to guzzle. z do bring an id. every attendee is required to show it at the entrance and for wristbands. z don’t bring toddlers, infants or pets. z do bring blankets and chairs. the spacious park has plenty of room and river views. z don’t sneak in food or beverages. there will be plenty of food and drink

options, including nonalcoholic offerings, at the festival. z do bring bug spray and sunscreen. z don’t forget cash for extra purchases. there will be an atm on festival grounds for vendors who don’t take credit cards. z do drink responsibly and plan for a safe ride home. designated driver discounts are available. the festival has partnered with charleston green taxi and home-ped for safe rides. z don’t be loud and obnoxious. z do be respectful, inquisitive and adventurous.

ville’s Thomas creek and spartanburg’s rJ rockers each will have several flagship and seasonal selections. other featured craft brewers include sweetwater, Founders, goose island, lagunitas, Brooklyn, terrapin, dogfish head, Foothills, leinenkugel and sierra nevada. master brewers and staffers from many of the participating breweries will be there to serve their beers. last year, popular americana duo shovels & rope (cary ann hearst and michael trent) co-headlined the Beer garden’s main stage with support from southwood, megan Jean and the kFB, long miles and oompah group the hans schmidt german Band. situated on the opposite side of the park from the beer vendors, the live music stage seemed far away from the beer action, according to attendees. This year, the musical lineup will include nashville, tenn.-based southern rock band a Thousand horses, country/indie quintet the royal tinfoil, funk group wadata, twangy songwriter Jordan igoe and singer/ guitarist will hastings. Jones and her crew altered the layout of the festival to create a better flow from the vendors’ side to the music stage side. “The stage is in the same open area that’s kind of central to the festival, but we’ll have four additional breweries spread out near the music area,” she said. “it puts breweries closer to the music,

games and classes.” This year’s Beer olympics competition will feature the keg toss, grain sack race, growler ring toss and other lively activities. players can win a one-year membership to east shore athletic club, a charter fishing trip with lowcountry drifter charters, commemorative cornhole boards and other prizes. on the more academic side, the earth Fare Beer school will offer eight classes and seminars throughout the day, including a class on the vital ingredients of beer hosted by sierra nevada, several home-brewing sessions with the local home-brewing club lowcountry libations, a question-and-answer session with local brewmaster chris Brown of holy city Brewing, and two food-and-beer pairing sessions hosted by Brooklyn Brewery and lagunitas Brewing co. The homebrewers’ village will be an area where local home brewers can offer samples of their own specialty ales and lagers as well as information on home-brewing equipment, ingredients, procedures and competitions. “if you’re in the experimental phases and really want to approach it as an opportunity to learn about beer, go and try the beers, meet the brewers, play the games, and take the classes,” Jones said. “if you’re more into the idea of having fun and chilling out, go and grab a pint or growler and check out the games.”


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various artists

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all Baz luhrmann just about anything you want, but don’t call him conventional. The director has made a career of taking other people’s stories and putting his own decadent spin on them. in luhrmann’s hands, shakespeare’s “romeo and Juliet” became a modern-day tale of doomed lovers complete with designer drugs and semiautomatic weapons, and it was a hit. and his remake of “moulin rouge” was the greatest Bollywood film never made in india, and it worked despite the fact that it really should not have. now, luhrmann has decided to tackle that pinnacle of american literature, F. scott Fitzgerald’s “The great gatsby.” while the film is based in the early 20th century portrayed in the novel, this time, luhrmann has decided to insert 21st-century music into the mix. he did something similar in “moulin rouge,” but this time, the filmmaker has decided that music by Jay-z, Beyonce, Jack white and gotye will substitute nicely for the jazz-age tunes that were popular back in the time the story is set. it’s a novel idea, and had the music in question been top-shelf stuff, it might have worked. what we get on the soundtrack, though, are half-realized songs that are obviously castoffs from the various artists’ recent projects. Jay-z’s “100$ Bill” is uncharacteristically boring, while Florence and the machine’s “over the love” is similarly tepid. Bryan Ferry is heading in the right direction with “love is the drug,” but it still sounds forced. The only two tracks that lend themselves well to the story’s subject matter are Fergie’s “a little party never killed nobody (all we got)” and emeli sande’s jazzed-up cover of Beyonce’s “crazy in love.” again, luhrmann has guts to try to pull this off, but in the end, the musical ends just don’t justify the theatrical means.

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inger natalie maines is primarily known for two things: her grammy award-winning work with the dixie chicks and the comments she made about former president george w. Bush that caused country fans to shun that band for a time. while the dixie chicks weathered the political fallout of maines’ comments, its members have been spending time apart. The other two-thirds of the band, marty maguire and emily robison, have released new music as a duo. while maines hadn’t originally intended to do the same, she found herself playing around with some tracks in Ben harper’s los angeles studio, and before she knew it, harper was producing what eventually became “mother.” The album’s title refers to maines’ cover of the classic rock song by pink Floyd, and maines absolutely makes it her own. The album is a mix of covers and originals. maines’ take on Jeff Buckley’s “lover, you should’ve come over” isn’t quite as good as the Floyd cover, but it’s heartfelt nonetheless. “without you,” a song by eddie vedder originally included on his “ukulele songs” album, sounds great in a more fleshed out version by maines. among the original songs, “come cryin’ to me” was a dixie chicks song originally rejected as being too rock ’n’ roll, but its sheryl crow-like groove works beautifully here. This album is far more rock-oriented than anything we’ve heard from maines in the past, and she wears the music style well. harper’s influence can be heard all over this album. while many are hopeful that the dixie chicks get back together to record some new music soon, having an excellent album like this takes a bit of the hurt out of waiting for that to happen.

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he human ear is a pretty miraculous thing. it picks up vibrations in the air and delivers them to the brain as sound. when music is the source of those vibrations, it’s possible for that sound to remind the listener of something they’ve heard before. upon hearing “something to Believe” by singer-songwriter charlie mosbrook, i was struck by the confident yet melodic sound of his singing voice. That voice reminds me of similarly masculine folk voices of the past, such as kris kristofferson, Jim croce and gordon lightfoot. mosbrook’s songwriting is original, though, from the excellent “listen to a woman” to “creepy,” a clever song of a love hidden away. mosbrook was diagnosed with a progressive spinal disorder that left him an incomplete quadriplegic a few years back. despite the physical limitations, mosbrook has continued to write, record and tour. The song “crooked stick” examines his disability, but not in a self-pitying manner. The title track is another one of the album’s better songs, and it has a great old-time folk feel to it. mosbrook has an impressive list of guest artists who play on the album with him, including harmonica player steev inglish, mandolin player Bill lestock and vocalist cindy langmack. The collection of a dozen songs will appeal to anyone who enjoys good acoustic folk or americana.

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By matthew godBey Special to The Post and Courier

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at 73, nashville, tenn., native charles walker is one of the few original soul singers still working, with a career spanning more than 50 years. walker released his first album in 1959 before he moved to new york and eventually joined the J.c. davis band. during his tenure there, walker performed alongside such legends as James Brown, etta James, wilson pickett and Jackie wilson. Following his split with the J.c. davis band, walker spent most of his time running his art gallery in new york before returning to music as a songwriter for motown in 1979 and eventually as a solo artist in the ’90s. he teamed with the dynamites in 2007 for the album “kaboom,” and has remained part of the collaboration ever since. charles walker and the dynamites will perform Friday at The pour house, 1977 maybank highway. doors open at 9 p.m. with the show starting at 10 p.m. tickets are $10 in advance, $13 the day of the show, and are available at the door or online at Etix.com. call 571-4343 or go to CharlestonPourHouse.com.

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Elim Bolt is fronted by Johnnie Matthews (center). colin harper, aka collie Buddz, uses his geographic diversity in his music to craft a roots-reggae foundation while building on it with elements of hip-hop and r&B. after collaborating with shaggy on the 2007 album “intoxication,” harper released his self-titled debut later that same year to critical praise and high sales. The album helped harper garner attention for several prominent colleagues seeking collaborations with the up-and-coming mc, including Beyonce, kid cudi, Busta rhymes, dr. dre, snoop lion, akon, soJa and others. harper’s latest album, “playback,” was released in 2011. collie Buddz will perform tonight at the music Farm, 32 ann st., with cris cab and new kingston. doors open at 8 p.m. tickets are $20 and are available at the door, the mu-

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local indie-rock quintet elim Bolt quietly emerged on the scene last year with its seven-song album “nude south.” since that time, the band has proven to be a rarity among the typical charleston sound, leaning more toward slumberous hooks and enveloping indie-pop with hints of dreamy ’50s-era rock than the alt-country and folk sounds. elim Bolt will perform saturday at The royal american, 970 morrison drive, with estrangers. tickets are $5 at the door. showtime is set for 9 p.m. go to TheRoyalAmerican. com or call 817-6925.


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n terms of rising to rock stardom, stop light observations technically should still be in its infancy. The group of 20- to 21-year-olds has been playing together for a little over a year, and they’ve played only a handful of gigs around town. But factor in the groundswell of local support that keeps snowballing behind them, and the fact that they were chosen from about 1,000 bands around the country to play a set at the Bonnaroo music and arts Festival this summer, and you’ve got a band poised for greatness. stop light observations, often referred to as simply slo, comprises John keith culbreth (songwriter, synth, keys, guitar), will Blackburn (vocals), louis duffie (guitar, synth), wyatt garey (guitar), coleman sawyer (bass, fiddle, banjo) and luke withers (drums). you can see them in action saturday at the charleston tea plantation for the First Flush Festeaval, where they’ll share the stage with headliner old crow medicine show and others.

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put on by 105.5 The Bridge and the charleston tea plantation, the First Flush Festeaval is all about celebrating the commencement of the 2013 crop harvest. The festival name, First Flush, is defined on the plantation’s website as “the growth of new leaves on the tea plants in the spring time after a winter of rest. The ‘first flush’ of new growth is harvested to produce what avid tea drinkers deem to be the most unique, fresh and amazing cup of tea.” while tea may be at the center of the festival held at the charleston tea plantation on wadmalaw island, billed as “america’s only tea garden,” the event includes music, entertainment, art and local cuisine for the whole family. in its seventh year, the event will begin at 2 p.m. and will include a kids area, food trucks, vendors and more.

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Road to Roo

slo’s performance at First Flush will be the latest in a string of events that has the band reeling from excitement. “it definitely feels like this is all kind of blurring together,” Blackburn said. The band released its debut album, “radiation,” in march and sold out the mu-

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sic Farm for its album release ing performance. party april 20. That show less than a week later, slo was the group’s first headlin- was nominated for the road

to roo contest held by Bonnaroo, one of america’s biggest music festivals, held each June in manchester, tenn. about 1,000 bands from around the country were nominated for the contest, and people voted for their favorite bands online. The 10 bands with the most votes were listened to by a panel of music industry professionals, and they selected two to perform at Bonnaroo. slo was in the no. 1 slot by the end of the voting period, and was announced as the winner a few days later. The band will perform June 15 at the “new music on tap” tent. “This is a huge deal,” said culbreth. “of course, we’re

if you go what: seventh annual First Flush Festeaval when: 2 p.m. saturday; doors open at 1 p.m. where: charleston tea plantation, 6617 maybank highway, wadmalaw island price: $25-$50; kids 10 and under get in free info: www.charlestontea plantation.com not the biggest band there. But there’s networking upon networking to take advantage of. talent scouts, record labels, publicists — they’re all going please see band, page e17


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band from page e16 to be there.” if scouts at Bonnaroo hear what charleston hears, slo may soon find itself on the map of the american music scene.

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slo often is marketed as a southern rock group, but to pin a single genre on it would be too limiting. like many bands its age, slo is the product of a generation insistent on fusing styles and eras to create unique identities. “when you listen to our album, it starts out kind of swampy and a little bit grungy with acoustic melodies,” Blackburn said. “Then the further you go into it, it turns into synthesizers and big, heavy, dirty guitar solos.” on paper, it’s everything but the kitchen sink. But it’s a sound that has captivated charleston’s younger audience with an unforeseen velocity. “i don’t think we write songs. we try to write experi-

Stop Light Observations ences,” culbreth said. “it’s our music being a form of self-discovery, and then the crowd finding who they are, and then sharing that all together. ... That’s what makes it so special.” Blackburn said they accumulated a fan base when some of the members played together in high school at parties. once they started recording as slo, they were able to spread their music through social

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networking.now, the band has close to 19,000 followers on Facebook. “it’s endless the amount of ways it can spread. The friend showing friends type of networking has really worked for us. social media is probably how we did it so fast,” he said. it also helps to have friends in the right places. slo has everyone from social media gurus to filmmakers in its corner, ready to help however needed.

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With nearly 127 acres of tea bushes on Wadmalaw Island, the Charleston Tea Plantation is the only place in North America where guests can experience tea from leaf to cup. “people who are not even asking for money are just doing these things out of love for us, just to make sure that we’re being heard and that we have a chance to make it,” culbreth said.

That kind of community support makes culbreth and Blackburn cherish their hometown even more. “charleston is probably the best place we could have ever been a band,” he said. “in cit-

ies like Boston or new york or charleston, if you’re from there and you make them proud, they’ll pay you back with a loyalty. and i think charleston is one of the few places like that.”


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water ball charleston waterkeeper, a local nonprofit that is dedicated to protecting lowcountry waterways, again will host its popular water ball to raise funds for its initiatives. the event will feature some of the area’s most sustainably focused chefs, who will come together to showcase the connection between the local water quality and local seafood. participating chefs include mike lata of the ordinary and Fig, Jason stanhope of Fig, graham dailey of peninsula grill, drew hedlund of Fleet landing, Jeremiah bacon of indigo road group, nico romo of Fish, stuart tracy of butcher & bee, aaron siegel and taylor garrigan of home team bbQ, brian parkhurst of ted’s butcherblock and kevin Johnson of the grocery. ben bridwell and creighton barrett of the rock band band of horses will give a performance at the event. when: 7-11 p.m. Friday where: s.c. aquarium, 100 aquarium wharf price: $75 in advance, $90 at the door more info: thewaterball.org

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american country music singer Jason aldean has been on a steady climb, going multiplatinum and having nine of his singles reaching no. 1 on the hot country songs charts. with hits such as “she’s country,” “big green tractor,” “dirt road anthem” and “take a little ride,” the country music association award and academy of country music award winner is on his night

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dorchester habitat for humanity, a nonprofit that aims to eliminate substandard housing and homelessness through bringing volunteers together to build homes, is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a community block party. the public may take part in a day of music, food, habitat home tours and more. kids’ games and jump castles will be set up on-site. the kickin’ chicken food truck will serve up meals while popcorn and cotton candy will be available for purchase for snacking.

train tour, with special guests Jake owen and thomas rhett. children ages 2 and over will require a ticket. when: 7:30 p.m. Friday where: north charleston coliseum, 5001 coliseum drive price: $28.75-$54.75 more info: jasonaldean.com or northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com

homes built by dorchester habitat will be open for tours so that attendees can see firsthand the work the organization does. an adopt-a-thon will round out the event, with the spca in attendance with adoptable dogs. when: 4-7 p.m. saturday where: corey woods neighborhood, miken lane, summerville price: Free more info: 851-1414 or monica@ dorchesterhabitat.org

the “front porch of the lowcountry” will be holding the seventh annual walterboro antiques, history & arts Festival this weekend. vendors will be set up along washington and lucas streets selling their wares and offering appraisals, and there will be carriage tours through the historic district and an antique tractor show. a Jeans and Jewels barbecue will top things off Friday night. on saturday, a Folk art celebration will be held at the south carolina artisans center. in addition, the lowcountry Juried art exhibition also opens this weekend, and a s.c. watermedia society show will be going on at the colleton museum. when: Friday and saturday where: various locations in walterboro price: Free-$15 more info: www.walterborosc.org

body building and bikini championships check out some of the fittest folks around at the 2013 npc Junior usa body building and bikini championships. competitors will vie for a spot in the night’s finals in categories that include fitness routines, women’s bodybuilding, men’s bodybuilding, men’s physique, women’s physique, fitness two piece, figure and bikini. when: saturday; prejudging begins at 8:30 a.m. with finals beginning at 6 p.m. where: north charleston performing arts center, 5001 coliseum drive price: $30 for prejudging, $50-$70 for finals more info: www.northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com or www.npcJrusa.com

Saxophonist Robert Lewis arranged a new “Porgy and Bess” suite for the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, led by Charlton Singleton.

‘porgy & bess’: reimagined by the cJo the charleston Jazz orchestra, the holy city’s resident big band, continues its fifth season with what is likely to be an iconic show in “porgy & bess.” the american folk opera that features a combined effort by george gershwin and charleston native dubose heyward has been reimagined for the cJo. the story is distinctly american and uniquely charleston, and this performance will feature instrumental and vocal selections of the standard repertoire and compositions, including “my man’s gone now,” “summertime” and “i got plenty o’ nuttin’.” when: saturday, with sets at 7 and 10 p.m. where: charleston music hall, 37 John st price: $30-$40; $25-$35 for seniors 65 and over; student ticket rates vary more info: www.charlestonjazz.com or 641-0011

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celebrating its 15th year, this one-of-a-kind event offers collectors and first-time art enthusiasts a chance to mingle with world-class sculptors. the two-day event will include sculpture demonstrations, kids’ activities and family fun. Founded in 1998, sculpture in the south promotes the arts through education and the creation of an accessible public sculpture collection that enhances the community. all sculpture purchases benefit summerville’s permanent public sculpture collection. when: saturday and sunday where: azalea park, summerville price: $5 for a one-day pass, $7 for a weekend pass; kids 12 and under get in free with a paying adult more info: www.sculpture inthesouth.info


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blues bonnie raitt still reigns supreme after four decades

By stratton lawrence Special to The Post and Courier

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he instinct to help people is ingrained in Bonnie raitt’s dna, likely somewhere near the gene that gives her the ability to play a mean blues guitar and sing like a soulful angel. even before the release of her 1971 eponymous debut, raitt’s career track was oriented toward service. a social relations and african studies major at radcliffe college in Boston, harvard’s sister school, raitt began playing the slide guitar and singing the blues as an evening hobby. Fortunately for her legions of fans, raitt found herself in the right place at the right time. with the backing of a local blues promoter whom she befriended, raitt began sitting in with greats like howlin’ wolf, mississippi Fred mcdowell and sippie wallace, a female blues great. she soon put her dreams of a service career in africa aside, following her musical muse instead. over the four decades since first establishing herself as a blues singer, raitt has dedicated her life to music and activism, maintaining a strong voice in the antinuclear, environmental and human rights movements. in charleston, she has worked

if you go what: bonnie raitt with special guest danny ellis when: 7:30 p.m. Friday where: north charleston performing arts center, 5001 coliseum drive price: $60.50-$80.50 more info: www.north charlestoncoliseumpac.com or www.bonnieraitt.com closely with the coastal conservation league, raising as much as $80,000 through two performances in the 1990s to benefit the organization. “she is a dedicated environmentalist and a generous and gracious person,” said dana Beach, executive director of the coastal conservation league, citing raitt���s work to provide support for elderly blues musicians. “it is hard to imagine anyone giving back more to the musical community and the environment than she has.” From organizing concerts against nuclear power in the 1970s to fighting south african apartheid in the 1980s and her continued commitment to donate proceeds from every concert please see blues, page e21

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blues from page e20 she performs to local charities in the region, raitt has never lost sight of her ideals, leveraging her fame to help individuals and the planet at every step along the way.

‘Nick of Time’

now 63, raitt, daughter of late Broadway musical star John raitt, has cemented her legacy as one of the all-time greats in blues music. rolling stone includes her on both its lists of the top 100 singers and guitarists of all-time, thanks to her biting slide work on the guitar and her poignant lyrical delivery. irish songwriter danny ellis first heard raitt’s music in 1989, when she released the classic album “nick of time.” “my wife and i met around that time, and that was our go-to album when we were courting,” recalls ellis, who opens raitt’s concert on Friday at the north charleston performing arts center. “Bonnie has an expression to her voice that really takes a lyric to a whole ‘nother place. when she sings a song, the lyrics go home to where the writer meant for them to go.” raitt’s ability to express herself and “get inside of a lyric when she sings” helped to inspire ellis as he transformed himself from a pop and r&B songwriter into a singer writing personal songs with only a guitar to accompany him. in his own musical development, ellis first emulated dixieland jazz and the hit american bands of the ’70s, traveling with various groups around the european continent and to the united states. it wasn’t until he settled in asheville, n.c., that ellis came to terms with his difficult childhood. at 8, his mother handed him and his four siblings over to the care of the state. he was raised in an orphanage that doubled as a correctional school until he was 16, exposing him to “thieves, tinkers, bullies and blackguards.” in 2009, ellis released “800 voices,” a “devastatingly personal” album that traces his story growing up in the irish orphanage. ellis’ friend and fellow songwriter, david wilcox, gave a copy of the disc to nashville, tenn., songwriter Beth nielsen chapman, who played it for raitt during a vacation together in malibu, calif. soon thereafter, raitt reached out to ellis in an email to let him know she was a fan and to invite him to her upcoming show in asheville. “i was over the moon. you can imagine how that would impact

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you,” recalls ellis. “when my wife and i first met her and told her we had courted to ‘nick of time,’ she was genuinely bowled over and touched. she’s a really down-to-earth, straight-talking person.” after booking this week’s date in charleston, raitt again reached out to ellis, inviting him to perform. The timing worked out nicely; ellis released his newest album, “rest yourself,” this month, blending his folk songwriting with the natural celtic influence that permeates all of his work. “when the irish influence started to creep back into my music, it really felt like something was coming home,” said ellis.

In the ‘Slipstream’

raitt’s current tour also coincides with a highly successful new album, “slipstream.” released last april, the disc won a grammy earlier this year for Best americana album, bringing her total count of gilded gramophones to 10. The release of “slipstream” fol-

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“I took a yearlong hiatus from working on anything related to a new album or touring to find some balance in the other areas of my life. It was a very worthwhile and restorative time,” said Bonnie Raitt. lowed seven years behind her previous album, 2005’s “souls alike,” and marked a difficult period in her life where she lost both of her parents, her brother and a best friend. “i knew i needed to take some time to heal,” raitt said in an interview about the album. “i took a yearlong hiatus from working on anything related to a new album or touring to find some balance in the other areas of my life. it was a very worthwhile and restorative time.” For the collection of songs, raitt drew from her own recent songwriting, tunes by randall Bramblett, loudon wainwright and al anderson, and classics like gerry rafferty’s “right down the line.” “That song (“right down the line”) came on the radio a few years ago, and the guitar part just came to me like a lightning bolt. i love that nexus where reggae and rock meet, and this song gets right into it,” raitt said. “i’m so inspired and proud to carry on the styles of music i love, whether it’s reggae or a James Brown feel, ballads or the blues. i’m in the slipstream of those who came before me, and i’m creating one for those behind me, as well.” raitt said she’s also been drawing inspiration from newer acts like Bon iver and The Black keys, and was honored to hear Bon iver, adele and kelly clarkson cover her song, “i can’t make you love me” in recent

years. “There’s so much great music out there now, especially in the americana format i tend to listen to,” said raitt. “i’m really happy with the success of The Black keys and some others that show real artistry and innovation. it’s great to hear so many young artists influenced by the same classic soul, blues, jazz and rock that means so much to me.” although “slipstream” includes guest performances from luminaries like jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, raitt still relies on her band in the studio, some of whom have been with her since “nick of time,” including drummer ricky Fataar and bassist James “hutch” hutchinson. raitt’s keep-it-in-the-family attitude is underscored by the release of “slipstream” on her own redwing records. Throughout the ’70s and ’80s, raitt dealt with constant wrangling by record companies that would bid for rights to her next album, only to drop her when a release didn’t achieve the commercial success that they’d hoped. despite being a recognizable name for 20 years, her first genuine hit didn’t come until “nick of time.” she followed that album with a series of hits throughout the ’90s, including “something to talk about” and “love sneakin’ up on you,” both

of which accompanied platinumselling albums. “we did a lot of research on the different options for a legacy artist like myself in this very different music business of today,” raitt said of the decision to self-release. “i think the biggest change is how streamlined and customized our efforts are. The narrowed focus of being the only artist on a label helps with that transparency and control, and we know these folks are passionate and aren’t being pulled in so many directions.” still, raitt acknowledges that getting a foot in the door as an independent artist in 2013 would be far more difficult than it was for her in 1970. “There are more inexpensive, populist routes to getting your music and image out through the internet and indie labels and blogs, but wading through the explosion of new artists from nearly every format of music trying to break through is challenging,” she said. “you’re more at the mercy of luck and who you know.” Fortunately for artists like ellis, raitt is more than willing to offer a hand to help music she believes in find a wider audience, just as every concert she plays is another step in her lifelong quest to improve the health of the planet and the human condition, one bluesy note at a time.


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By olivia pool as they perform “overhaul.” Special to The Post and Courier This should be an interesting collaboration, as original risten solecki’s work is pieces from annex will be quite different from most melded with laura Ball’s seen in charleston these musical talents in the eclectic days. chamber orchestra, all set to with a style very much her a backdrop of artwork by John own, her pieces combine duckworth. her bold ink drawing lines “old works get a new treatwith acrylic paint, creating ment and give rise to new works that are fun, vivid and innovations as the performers illustrative. carve their niche in contemher subjects range from seporary art practice,” said krisries of objects, like a collection tin Fieseler, annex’s creator. of various types of cameras, to she went on to say attendees streetscapes such as rainbow should expect “an evening row. of unexpected moments and Join her for her opening true human connection.” reception 5-7:30 p.m. today at “overhaul” is a lowcounthe Flagship gallery inside the try Quarterly arts grant digital corridor near east Bay program, funded by the city and calhoun streets. There of charleston office of culwill be at least 14 large new tural affairs, the city of north pieces on display until July 15. charleston cultural arts Find out more at www. program, the lowcountry kristensolecki.com. Quarterly arts grant program and the south carolina arts ‘overhaul’ commission. over the past couple of There will be only two peryears, charleston’s dance formances, at 6 and 8 p.m. community steadily has been saturday at rick rhodes creating amazing works of studio, 1842 Belgrade ave. moving art. in west ashley. tickets are on saturday, join the an$12 and are available at www. nex dance company and the brownpapertickets.com. eclectic chamber orchestra For more information about

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Joint show

Jill hooper and kamille corry are accomplished classic realism artists, but what many don’t know is that these two also are great friends and have spent years growing together as women as well as artists. The two will have a show together throughout may at ann long Fine art, 54 Broad st. “corry and hooper met in the early ’90s as students of d. Jeffrey mims. They spent months working beside one another in mims’ atelier in southern pines, n.c., and with mims in Florence, italy,” explains susan kridler of ann long Fine art. “returning from italy, they embarked on a road trip, traveling west across the united states to paint landscape. This trip solidified their steely dedication to inspire, be inspired by and challenge one another artistically. “while the two women share a passion for classical realism, each has developed a voice that is clearly unique. For this exhibit, both artists have returned to the subject matter they are most wellknown for: corry’s emphasis is the human figure and portraiture; hooper’s is still life,” kridler said. They’ve been preparing for this exhibition over the past few months, corry in her studio in lake city, utah, and hooper in her studios in charleston and london. The show will open Friday and will be on display through the remainder of the month. call 577-0447 or go to www.

An opening reception for Solecki will be 5-7:30 p.m. today.

photographs provided

Kristen Solecki’s work will be on display at the Flagship Gallery. annlongfineart.com.

‘eclectic interiors’

The gibbes museum’s art with a twist series continues to gain popularity as they bring in more experts from different industries related to the arts to speak about their fields. monday’s lunchtime lecture will be by author susan sully. “in her latest publication, ‘houses with charm: simple southern style,’ sully explores southern antiques and architecture. during her lunchtime lecture at the gibbes, audiences will enjoy a virtual tour through the 18th to the 21st century properties featured in the volume,” explains amy mercer, marketing and communications manager at the museum. “The lecture explores the two themes of the book — the south’s ‘pure and simple’ vernacular architecture and the ‘simple elegance’ with which homeowners

combine fine antiques with relaxed surroundings.” sully graduated from yale with a degree in art history, and she has had works published in The new york times, martha stewart living and town & country travel, among others. she often lectures at the smithsonian and sotheby’s and has a blog called The southern cosmopolitan (www.southern cosmopolitan.com). her lecture monday will begin at noon at the gibbes. tickets are $20 for members, $30 for nonmembers. all tickets include a boxed lunch. For more information, go to gibbesmuseum.org/events or call 722-2706, ext. 21.

date change

last week, i told you about the extremely different works of local favorites lisa shimko and hirona matsuda, who have had several shows together over the years.

in the information provided about their newest collaboration, “vagal tone,” an error was made on the date of the opening reception at michael mitchell gallery, 438 king st. The reception is 6-9 p.m. Friday. to refresh your memory, “vagal tone is the activity of the vagus nerve, the longest of the cranial nerves, which regulates the activities of our vocal cord, ears, facial muscles and heart rate. vagal tone is known to be linked to our emotional state, how we communicate with others and how we respond to stresses,” said chelsea steadman of the gallery. in this new show, the artists are creating works that are representative of the western model of “body as machine” and the eastern philosophy of “body as garden.” “This dichotomy is represented in shimko’s focus on organic subject matter and matsuda’s use of remnants of the industrial world. Both bodies of work focus on the idea of things connected and linked together: elements affecting each other in order to function, not unlike the wandering vagus nerve,” steadman said. call 564-0034 or go to www. michaelmitchellcharleston. com.


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spring invitational polo match photographs by marie rodriguez

Folks enjoyed a day of fun at hyde park Farm on sunday at the spring invitational polo match. with two matches, live music, food and beverages from local vendors, and more, it was an ideal sunday Funday. some attendees packed a picnic to enjoy while others brought their canine companions. and with mcdaniels audi of charleston on-site with some of the new models on display, there was a little something for everyone. the match benefitted rein & shine, an equine-therapy facility for children and adults with special needs. Find more photos from the spring invitational at charlestonscene.com.

Michelle and Gavin McCulley with Tom and Angela Yu

Aarin Trombley, Sarah Macdonald, Rachel Lindsay, Rachel Bee and Jessica Hanson

Ann Mallari and Alex Jiao

John Templeton, Chris Pruett and Rhett Ambrite

Joyce Harvey, Barry Carroll, Helen Merrell, Kathy Stites and LeeAnn Rawson

Elle, Jack and Mary Rowan


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

Today ‘Oklahoma!’

what: “oklahoma!” takes place in the wild west on indian territory. a love story unfolds between curly, a handsome cowboy, and laurey, a charming farm girl, who are too stubborn to admit it in this rodgers & hammerstein classic. when: 8 p.m. may 16-18; 3 p.m. may 19 where: the Footlight players, 2 0 Queen st. downtown price: tickets $30 for adults, $25 for seniors/military, $20 for students (student rush 10 minutes prior to show $15 with valid student id) $18 for children more info: 722-4487 or www. footlightplayers.net

Roddy White Camp

what: the annual roddy white keep the Faith Foundation summer camp will be held at James island charter high school. the cheer and football camp is for boys and girls ages 7-17. registration deadline is may 17. register online. when: June 11-14 where: 1000 Fort Johnson road, James island price: $10 registration fee more info: www.rwktf.org

Artists of Pinar Del Rio

what: pinar del rio, cuba, is an area

steeped in rich culture and history that has been the birthplace and home of many of the country’s most outstanding writers, musicians and visual artists. in this group exhibit curated by reynier llanes, nine professional contemporary artists from this westernmost province of cuba will present a collection of post cuban revolution art in various media and styles that capture their unusual culture and heritage as is relates to the land, life and the essence of community. when: 8 a.m.-8 p.m. through June 20 where: north charleston city hall, 2500 city hall lane price: Free more info: 740-5854 or http:// northcharlestonartsfest.com

‘Once upon a quilt’

what: curated by award-winning textile artist torreah “cookie” washington, “once upon a Quilt: welcome to my Quilted story book” showcases african-american fiber artists from across the nation creating works through a variety of traditional and nontraditional fiber techniques. when: 8 a.m.-8 p.m. through June 20 where: north charleston city hall, 2500 city hall lane price: Free more info: 740-5854 or http://

northcharlestonartsfest.com

‘33 Variations’

what: it is 1819: beethoven is asked to write a variation on a waltz by anton diabelli. beethoven is not interested. he becomes obsessed with this “cobbler’s patch” and spends the next five years writing not one but 33 variations. cut to 2007: dr. katherine brandt has been diagnosed with als. yet she is obsessed to uncover why beethoven is obsessed with writing variations on a mundane waltz. such are questions moises kaufman boldly asks in his riveting, award-winning play. when: 8 p.m. may 16-18; 3 p.m. may 19 where: threshold repertory theatre, 84 society st. price: $20/adults, $15/seniors, $10/ students and military id more info: 277-2172 or www. thresholdrep.org

‘Indigo’ exhibit

what: the charleston museum presents an original exhibition, “indigo: natural blue dye in the lowcountry,” in its historic textiles galleries. this small, focused exhibit will explore a brief history of the cultivation and production of indigo, eliza lucas pinckney’s important role and its curious dyeing procedure, along with examples of indigo-dyed textiles. ranging from the 18th,

19th and early 20th centuries, these include clothing and household goods. when: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through sept. 2 where: 360 meeting st. downtown price: included in general admission $10/adults, $5/children, under 3 free more info: 722-2996 or www. charlestonmuseum.org/indigo

‘Fashion Accessories’

what: From the collections of the charleston museum, “Fashion accessories,” a five-part exhibition, will look at clothing additions that really did complete the image for fashionable men and women in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. the series begins with Fashion accessories: shoes. installed in the study drawer section of the museum’s historic textiles gallery, footwear ranging from early 19th-century pattens and delicate satin slippers to formidable boots and high button shoes will be shown. when: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through June 9 where: 360 meeting st. downtown charleston price: included with general admission more info: 722-2996 or www. charlestonmuseum.org/exhibitscurrent

‘My Inner Thoughts’

what: “my inner thoughts” is a

quirky comedic cabaret poking fun at the ups and downs of life. this cabaret is a compilation of musical theater numbers from new composers like pasek and paul, who recently have written music for the hit tv show “smash” on nbc as well as popular musical numbers from hit broadway shows like “i love you,” “you’re perfect now change” and “avenue Q.” when: 8 p.m. may 16 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st. downtown price: $12 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

Art & Fine Craft Co-op

Friday

what: this temporary cooperative gallery, presented as a component of the annual north charleston arts Festival, presents many local artists of varied backgrounds working in an array of media and representing a range of styles. a variety of pieces including paintings, prints, photography and more will be available for sale. when: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Fridays and saturdays through June 1 where: the meeting place, 1077 e. montague ave. price: Free more info: 740-5854 or http:// northcharlestonartsfest.com/artfine-craft-co-op

Water Ball

Party at The Point

what: charleston waterkeeper’s 2013 water ball will feature a dozen of the area’s sustainably focused chefs, who will come together to showcase the important connection between the local water quality and local seafood. ben bridwell and creighton barrett of the popular rock band band of horses will give a special performance. when: 7 p.m. may 17 where: s.c. aquarium, 100 aquarium wharf downtown price: $75-$90 more info: 608-9287 or www. thewaterball.org

what: the outdoor concert series features rockin’ music, beautiful views, great food and festive drinks. the event is hosted by charleston harbor resort & marina. when: 5:30-9 p.m. through June 28; may 17, the blue dogs, americana, roots rock band with adalya (country/rock/pop) where: charleston harbor resort and marina, 20 patriots point road cost: $7 more info: 856-0028 or www. charlestonpartyatthepoint.com

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the deadline for night life items is monday at 5 p.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 Soul Fish Duo

what: rotie and morgan take rock and pop requests at this month’s yappy hour at the dog park. when: 4-8 p.m. may 16 where: James island county park, 871 riverland drive price: Free with general park admission. more info: 795-4386 or www. ccprc.com

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

Motel Rodeo

what: old-time/country/bluegrass. when: 6 p.m. may 16 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., Folly beach

Lowcountry Juke Box

what: acoustic rock/classic rock covers from the 50s to today. when: 6 p.m. may 16

where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Bo Farish

what: live music. when: 6-9 p.m. may 16 where: salty mike’s deck bar, 17 lockwood drive at the city marina, downtown charleston

Whiskey Diablo Duo

what: self-described “dirty rock-nroll and gutter country with a touch of swingin’ jazz.” when: 6:15-9:15 p.m. may 16 where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Shrimp City Slim

kings of Jazz. when: 7-10 p.m. thursdays where: barsa tapas, lounge, 58 line st., downtown charleston more info: 577-5393

disco and more. when: 8-11 p.m. may 16 where: main street bar and grill, 1761 n. main st., summerville

Tony Monaco Trio

what: team trivia mixed with karaoke. compete against other teams for a chance to win house cash. when: 8 p.m. thursdays where: kickin’ chicken, 1119 Johnnie dodds blvd., mount pleasant price: Free more info: 647-9263

what: the “guest artist series” presents tony monaco (jazz organ wizard) with howard paul (guitarist) and Quentin e. baxter (drummer). when: 8-11:30 p.m. may 16 where: the mezz - charleston Jazz bar, 276 king st., downtown charleston price: $15 more info: 853-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

The Malah, Intermixture

what: lowcountry blues ambassadors aboard “carolina belle” for blues & bbQ sunset cruise. buffet provided by Fiery ron’s home team bbQ. when: 6:30 p.m. thursdays where: carolina belle, 10 wharfside st., downtown charleston price: $39.95 more info: 722-1112 or www. charlestonharbortours.com or www. zerve.com/harbourtours/bbQblues

what: electronica/psychedelic/ jam/rock from the malah out of denver and electronica/dubstep/ trip hop from intermixture out of charlotte, n.c. when: 9 p.m. doors may 16 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-of-show more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Steve Simon

Dance w/ DJ E

what: “cool jazz” clarinetist and a group of lowcountry jazz pros, the

what: all styles of dance, including hip hop, line dancing, shag, top 40,

Trivioke

Steve Carroll

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

Hibachi Heroes

what: Funk/rock/blues. when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 16 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island

Spunjwurthi

what: local rock combo playing two sets of classics, faves, twangy

numbers and jams. when: 9 p.m. may 16 where: the windjammer, 1008 ocean blvd., isle of palms price: $5

Soul Fish

what: Four-piece party rock band. when: 10 p.m. may 16 where: wild wing cafe, 7618 rivers ave., north charleston

more info: www.visitfolly.com/ folly-fridays

Satellite Rodeo

what: americana/pop/rock on the creekside stage. when: 4:30-7:30 p.m. may 17 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

James Slater Trio

what: latin night. when: 10 p.m. thursdays where: rehab bar and grill, 8484 dorchester road, north charleston price: no cover.

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

Friday

Blue Dogs

DJ OB Juan

Folly Fridays Finale

what: this final Folly Fridays event will take place at three locations with slammin’ sammy from mix 95.5 broadcasting live with contests, trivia, giveaways, promotions and drink specials. when: 3-7 p.m. may 17 where: drop in deli, 32-b center st.; planet Follywood, 32-a center st.; Folly brew pub, 34 center st., Folly beach

what: roots/rock/americana band will play this week’s party at the point event with guest adalya (country/rock/pop). when: 5:30-9 p.m. may 17 where: charleston harbor resort and marina, 20 patriots point road, mount pleasant price: $7 more info: 856-0028 or www. charlestonpartyatthepoint.com

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events from page e24

saturday

‘Vagal Tone’

Charleston Beer Garden

what: local artists lisa shimko and hirona matsuda are teaming up for “vagal tone,” a show that juxtaposes the western model of “body as machine” with the eastern philosophy of “body as garden” through shimko’s acrylic depictions of organic matter and matsuda’s assemblages. when: opening reception 6-9 p.m. may 17 where: michael mitchell gallery, 438 king st. downtown price: Free more info: 564-0034 or www. michaelmitchellcharleston.com

Sound of Charleston

what: experience the sounds that define charleston and its southern charm — jazz, gospel, gershwin, gullah, spirituals, civil war songs — coming to life in sacred and historic spaces during a 75-minute live concert. For more than three centuries, charleston’s musical heritage has been as diverse as the people who’ve lived here. when: 7 p.m. may 17 where: circular congregational church, 150 meeting st., downtown price: $28 more info: 270-4903 or www. soundofcharleston.com

Brandy and Greg Show

what: two of theatre 99’s founders, brandy sullivan and greg tavares, do what they do best: improv. when: 8 p.m. may 17 where: theatre 99, 280 meeting st., downtown price: $10 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

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Paul Jameson

what: acoustic covers. when: 6 p.m. may 17 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Karaoke & Dance w/ DJ E when: 6-10 p.m. may 17 where: la carreta, 1580 old trolley road, summerville

Derek Cribb

what: experimental/reggae/ rock. when: 6-9 p.m. may 17 where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Terri Fryar

what: a musical tribute to loretta lynn. when: 6-10 p.m. may 17 where: blackbeard’s cove Family Fun park, 3255 u.s. highway 17, mount pleasant

what: the second annual charleston beer garden returns to brittlebank park. inspired by the festive biergartens of germany, brittlebank park will be transformed a pop-up beer garden. Festival-goers also partake in free beer school classes, beer olympics games, the homebrewers village and more. when: noon may 18 where: brittlebank park, 180 lockwood blvd. more info: 619-0229 or www. charlestonbeergarden.com

Jazz Orchestra

what: Jazz artists of charleston has announced new dates for charleston Jazz orchestra’s fifth anniversary season. the upcoming season will offer new arrangements and performances in addition to some annual favorites. may 18: “porgy & bess,” reimagined by cJo. when: 7 p.m. on certain dates through nov. 23 where: charleston music hall, 37 John st., downtown price: $25-$40 more info: 641-0011 or www. thejac.org

Shaggin’ on the Cooper

what: spend an evening dancing on the scenic mount pleasant pier to live music. beverages will be available for purchase on-site. only 800 tickets will be sold for this event. advance purchase is recommended. in the event of cancellation, tickets will be good for any 2013 shaggin’ on the cooper event. series passes also available. when: 7-11 p.m. may 18 (port authority band) where: harry m. hallman Jr. boule-

Contra Dance

what: dancing to live music with a caller. all ages welcome. when: 7:30-10:30 p.m. may 17 where: park circle, 4800 park circle, north charleston price: $8 adults, $4 children ages 6-12, children ages 5 and under free

Kristi Starr Duo

what: acoustic americana/folk on the upper deck. when: 7:30-10:30 p.m. may 17 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

The Cool

what: pop, rock, dance and party covers. when: 8 p.m. may 17 where: tru blues, 1039 Johnnie dodds blvd., mount pleasant more info: 881-1858

Strumdogs

what: classic and modern rock cover band. when: may 17-18

vard, mount pleasant price: $10/$8 ccr discount/$10 on-site (if available); free for ages 3 and under more info: 795-4386 or www. ccprc.com

Improv Riot

what: shows at theatre 99 are improv parties where audience members laugh until it hurts. come loaded with suggestions for the quick-witted theatre 99 ensemble members, who will take your suggestions and rock out hilarious unscripted scenes. when: 8 p.m. may 18 where: 280 meeting st. downtown price: $10 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

Dusty Slay’s Stand-up

what: host dusty slay has been performing for eight years as a stand-up comic and theatre 99 company member. he has performed at new york’s gotham comedy club and del close Festival and has worked with michael ian black, nate bargatze and Joe torry. each week he hosts an open mic at big gun burger shop. when: 10 p.m. may 18 where: 280 meeting st. downtown price: $10 more info: 853-6687 or www. theatre99.com

sunday Chonda Pierce

what: chonda pierce, the southern “Queen of clean comedy,” will make a local stop on her “laughing

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where: sand dollar, 7 center st., Folly beach

Mark Sterbank quartet

what: mark sterbank (tenor saxophone), richard h. white Jr. (piano), kevin hamilton (bass) and david patterson (drums). when: 8-11:30 p.m. may 17 where: the mezz — charleston Jazz bar, 276 king st., downtown charleston

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The opening reception for the exhibit “Vagal Tone” will be held Friday.


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price: $10 more info: 853-4515 or www. mezzdowntown.com

when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 17 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

The Cordovans

Momma & Redemption

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what: “homegrown roots rock and roll with some americana flair.” when: may 17 where: surf bar, 103 w. cooper ave., Folly beach

Six Time Losers

what: country/southern rock band out of orlando, Fla.

what: momma & the redemption. originals/blues/eclectic. when: 9 p.m. may 17 where: pierpont pub, 2366 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

Live Bait Reunion

what: the original charleston

roots-rock band that gained popularity in the late 1990s will reunite, with guests from the Jason aldean band, with spunjwurthi and kemp ridley as openers. when: 9 p.m. doors may 17 where: the windjammer, 1008 ocean blvd., isle of palms price: $7

Ryan Becknell Trio

what: guitarist/vocalist from dub island soundsystem and the dubplates on the deck. when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 17 where: tides Folly beach, one

center st. more info: 588-6658 or www. blufollybeach.com

Cotton Blue

what: gator rob & detroit debbie play blues, rock and variety. when: 9 p.m. may 17 where: dog & duck, 624 long point road, mount pleasant

Gary Ray

what: cross-over country artist and singer-songwriter from

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The Cordovans will perform at Surf Bar on Folly Beach on Friday.


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Shaun Jones

what: stand-up comedian shaun Jones has appeared on bet’s comic view, 1st amendment standup and robert townsend’s partners in crime - the next generation. when: 9:30 p.m. may 17-18 where: Firewater grille, 109 holiday drive, summerville

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The Louie D. Project

what: Four-piece post-modern funk band featuring louie d. on sax and lead vocals. when: 10 p.m. may 17 where: castaways grille, 1291 Folly road, James island more info: www.louied.com

The Dynamites

what: the dynamites feat. charles walker. self-described “deep funk and super-soul” out of nashville. when: 9 p.m. doors may 17

where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $10 advance, $13 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

The Krays

what: all-classic rock cover band featuring members of soul Fish, hot sauce and babyfat. when: 10 p.m.-1 a.m. may 17 where: trayce’s too neighborhood grille and pub, 2578 ashley river road, charleston

Stewart & Winfield

what: country/folk rock/southern rock out of georgia. when: 10 p.m. may 17 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5

saturday Bootless

what: country/southern rock band will play the Jrotc game day

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The New South Jazzmen will perform Sunday at High Cotton.

Moxie Fridays in

Courage. Vigor. Determination. Verve. Skill. Pep. Know-how.


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clubs from page e27 challenge. when: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. may 18 where: mount pleasant armory, 245 mathis Ferry road price: Free

Hunter Hill

what: singer-songwriter/guitarist. when: noon may 18 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Justin Castellano Duo

what: acoustic singer/songwriter on the deck. when: 2-5 p.m. may 18 where: tides Folly beach, one center st. more info: 588-6658 or www. blufollybeach.com

Reggae All-Stars

what: “reggae, roots, dub, jam, disco” out on the deck with the Folly beach reggae all-stars. when: 4 p.m. doors may 18 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: Free more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Rene Russell Trio

what: acoustic/alternative singersongwriter/12-string guitarist on the creekside stage. when: 4:30-7:30 p.m. may 18 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

Thomas Champagne

what: live music. when: 6-9 p.m. may 18 where: salty mike’s deck bar, 17 lockwood drive at the city marina, downtown charleston

Amber Caparas

what: Folk/indie rock. when: 6-9 p.m. may 18 where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Karaoke & Dance w/ DJ E when: 6-10 p.m. may 18 where: la carreta, 335 Folly road, James island

Skip Sullins

what: acoustic rock/folk rock. when: 6 p.m. may 18 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Port Authority Band

what: the band will perform it’s “timeless top 40 from the last six decades” at this month’s shaggin’ on the cooper event. when: 7-11 p.m. may 18 where: mount pleasant pier, 71 harry m. hallman Jr. blvd.

The post and courier price: $10 general, $8 ccr discount, free for ages 3 and under more info: 795-4386 or www. ccprc.com

Amy Henderson

what: live music on the upper deck. when: 7:30-10:30 may 18 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

Mama’s Love w/ Lingo

what: Funk/progressive/rock from mama’s love out of athens, ga. and jam/funk folk/rock from lingo, also out of georgia. when: 9 p.m. doors may 18 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: $8 advance, $10 day-ofshow more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Shakin’ Martinis

what: blues and rock ’n’ roll. when: 9 p.m. may 18 where: planet Follywood, 32 center st., Folly beach

DJ Dynamik

what: spins of all things dance from top 40s to house music and hip hop on the deck. when: 2-5 p.m. may 19 where: tides Folly beach, one center st. more info: 588-6658 or www. blufollybeach.com

The Buddhist Prodigies

what: local phish cover band will play out on the deck. when: 4 p.m. doors may 19 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Leigh Glass

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

Eric Lindell

what: eric lindell & the sunliners. indie/roots/r&b/soul out of louisiana. when: may 19 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: call for details. more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

Ben Fagan Duo

what: leigh glass & the hazards. rock/americana/blues/roots rock/ southern soul on the creekside stage. when: 4:30 p.m. may 19 where: morgan creek grill, 80 41st ave., isle of palms

what: self-described “feel good funk rock & reggae with soul” out on the deck. when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 19 where: tides Folly beach, one center st. more info: 588-6658 or www. blufollybeach.com

Cattle in the Cane

Sunday Sessions

The Louie D. Project

what: Four-piece post-modern funk band featuring louie d. on sax and lead vocals. when: 10:30 p.m. may 18 where: silver dollar, 478 king st., downtown charleston more info: www.louied.com

Soul Fish

what: Four-piece party rock band. when: 10:30 p.m. may 18 where: wild wing cafe, 36 n. market st., downtown charleston

sunday New South Jazzmen

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

Keith Bruce

what: guitarist/songwriter. when: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. may 19 where: castaways grille, 1291 Folly road, James island

Joe Fisher

what: acoustic singer-guitarist. when: noon may 19 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

V-Tones

Mark Jackson

Shelly Waters Duo

what: louisiana songstress entertains for “blues monday.” when: 5:30 p.m. may 20 where: med bistro, 90 Folly road blvd., charleston

what: alternative rock. when: 6 p.m. may 21 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., Folly beach

Carroll Brown

what: acoustic pop/reggae/funk. when: 6 p.m. may 20 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

what: acoustic/country/”coastal folk” singer/guitarist with bob sachs, big Frank, gary hewitt & marci shore. when: 7:30 p.m. may 21 where: dunleavy’s pub, 2213 middle st., sullivan’s island

Hit or Miss

Home Team Trivia

Ted Mckee & Friends

DJ Sharon Johnson

Thomas Champagne

what: rock/party rock and dance. when: 6-9 p.m. may 19 where: the shelter, 202 coleman blvd., mount pleasant

what: the summerville shag club offers shag lessons and an open dance. cash bar, 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

Havana Nights

Dance & Karaoke w/ DJ E

what: this jazz and salsa dancing event will feature gino castillo and

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. facebook.com/Fire-ice-karaoke

Dave Landeo

what: live jams from Joel and ward of sol driven train. when: 6 p.m. may 20 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., Folly beach

Bateman’s Stud Farm

Open Mic

Fire & Ice Karaoke

what: 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

what: hot Jazz swing dance with the self-described “post-modern 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 general, $5 members and students more info: 557-7690 or www. roaringtwentieshotjazzdanceclub. com what: beach, boogie, country and rock out on the deck. when: 6-9 p.m. sundays where: d.d. peckers wing shack, 1660 savannah highway, charleston

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

what: mix of “folk, celtic folk, blues, swing and original americana.” when: 6 p.m. may 21 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Heather Luttrell

what: acoustic americana. when: 6 p.m. may 19 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

James Slater Trio

what: indie-rock duo, adam chase and mandy philips. when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 21 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.

Pete Ledbetter

what: live 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

Jude Michaels

Tuesday, May 21

Big & Small

High Steppin’ Trio

Six Time Losers

what: acoustic folk/blues/americana. when: 5:30-8:30 p.m. may 19 where: high thyme, 2213 middle st., sullivan’s island

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

what: bill wilson & the secret ingredients. “Funk, jazz, feel-good music you can dance to.” when: 9 p.m. may 21 where: tattooed moose, 1137 morrison drive, charleston price: Free

Monday

what: rock/party rock and dance. when: 8 p.m. may 18 where: montreux bar and grill, 127 w. richardson ave., summerville

what: an evening of musical collaboration with young-mi. when: may 19 where: surf bar, 103 w. cooper ave., Folly beach

what: country/southern rock out of orlando, Fla. when: 10 p.m. may 18 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: $5

Songwriter’s Night

Bill Wilson

what: bring your musical instrument or your voice, poems and dramatic readings to this open mic presented by the greater summerville music Forum when: 6 p.m. may 21 where: single smile cafe, 100-a s. main st., summerville price: Free more info: 875-7745

what: live 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 e. bay st., downtown charleston more info: 724-3815 or www. highcottoncharleston.com

Bateman’s Stud Farm

hood grill & bar, 1486 stuart engals blvd., mount pleasant

when: 8-11 p.m. mondays where: applebee’s neighbor-

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

Gino Castillo quartet

what: latin/cuban/jazz/funk/ blues featuring mike Quinn (saxophone), william moore (bass) and trey cooper (piano). when: 8:30 p.m. doors may 21 where: the pour house, 1977 maybank highway, James island price: Free more info: 571-4343 or www. charlestonpourhouse.com

DJ Donnie Dramatic

when: 9 p.m. tuesdays where: rehab bar and grill, 8484 dorchester road, north charleston price: $5

Dance & Karaoke w/ DJ E

when: 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. tuesdays where: kickin’ chicken, 1179 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Wednesday Erin Armstrong

what: live music. when: 6-9 p.m. may 22 where: ms. roses, 1090 sam rittenberg blvd., charleston

Mark Schuler

what: acoustic guitarist/vocalist. when: 6 p.m. may 22 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Chris Boone

what: live music. when: 6-9 p.m. may 22 where: salty mike’s deck bar, 17 d lockwood drive at the city marina, o downtown charleston o

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clubs from page e28 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., Folly beach

Carroll Brown

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

Live Team Trivia

what: live team trivia at all five lowcountry locations. when: wednesdays where: kickin’ chicken restaurants price: Free more info: www.kickinchicken. com

Soul Fish Duo

what: rotie and morgan take rock and pop requests. when: 8-11 p.m. may 22 where: the roost bar n’ grille, 825 savannah highway, charleston

Lowcountry Blues Club

what: Full band, open mic electric 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

Trivia Night

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

VITEK

what: indie/electro-pop out of nashville, tenn. when: may 22 where: the sparrow, 1078 e. montague ave., north charleston

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Jefferson Coker Duo

what: americana/blues/roots rock/country. when: may 22

The Jefferson Coker Duo will perform at Surf Bar on Wednesday. where: surf bar, 103 w. cooper ave., Folly beach

Reid Stone

what: member of americana/ roots/rock band guilt ridden troubadour, sometimes acoustic, sometimes with a full band, sometimes with rotating musicians. when: 9 p.m.-midnight wednesdays where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 2209 middle st., sullivan’s island price: no cover.

Thursday, May 23 Rawberry Jam Band

what: acoustic/reggae/jam band will play this week’s pups, yups and Food trucks event. when: 4-7 p.m. may 23

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Theauctionforthe1999Cavendish Pairs generated comfortably over a million dollars, so everyone knew that good play would be rewarded. At the table where Neil Chambers and John Schirmer were South and North respectively, they managed to silence their opponents; when East opened one club, Chambers overcalled one diamond and Schirmer simply jumped to three no-trump, making nine tricks in comfort. But reaching the 4-4 heart fit was not easy when East-West could bid and raise clubs — and of course, the five-club sacrifice is relatively cheap. However, on our featured auction, Fred Gitelman finished in five diamonds, and when West

ledahelpfulheart,Gitelmanwon in hand, crossed to dummy with a trump to ruff a club, then drew a second trump. Next, he cashed the heart ace to get the bad news, and now he found the neat maneuver of leading the club king to pitch a low spade. East won his ace (ducking does not beat the hand as declarer would subsequently set up a spade) and could not safely give a ruff-sluff. In fact, East chose to play the spadeaceandleadanotherspade, hoping that his partner had the jack, and now Gitelman had a home for his heart loser. After winning the club ace, East had to underlead his spade ace-queen to beat the hand. Would you have thought of it?

through it” tour. when: 6-8 p.m. may 19 where: seacoast church mount pleasant, 750 long point road price: tickets start at $18 more info: www.chonda.org/ calendar.html for tickets

Thursday, May 23 Pups and Yups

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what: you and your pup are invited after work to palmetto islands county park for live music, beverages and food trucks. all dogs must remain on leash. no outside alcohol or coolers permitted. registration not required. when: 4-7 p.m. may 23, rawberry Jam band, Jack’s cosmic dogs and outta my huevos food trucks. where: 444 needlerush parkway, mount pleasant price: Free with general park admission. more info: 795-4386 or www.

where: palmetto islands county park, 444 needlerush parkway, mount pleasant price: Free with park admission. more info: 795-4386 or www. ccprc.com

Bo Farish

what: Folk/rock singer-songwriter. when: 6 p.m. may 23 where: banana cabana, 1130 ocean blvd., isle of palms

Reckoning Duo

what: grateful dead covers, featuring members of sol driven train. when: 6-9 p.m. may 23 where: rita’s seaside grille, 2 center st., Folly beach more info: 588-2525

Luke Cunningham

what: local rock singer-song-

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Friday, May 24 ‘Venus in Fur’

what: Just when you think you’ve got it all under control, a person walks into your life and everything you thought you knew is turned upside down. thomas has spent an exasperating day listening to incompetent actresses and is ready to head home. as he is about to do so, an electrical storm rages outside, vanda enters the room, and her electricity rivals anything mother nature might produce. power, submission, gender roles, misogyny and feminism are bandied about in david ives’ tony-nominated play. when: 8 p.m. may 24-25, 2 p.m. may 26, 7:30 p.m. may 29 and June 6, 7 p.m. June 1, 4:30 p.m. June 7 where: threshold repertory theatre, 84 society st. price: $19 more info: 866-811-4111 or www. piccolospoleto.com

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writer. when: 9 p.m.-midnight may 23 where: Fiery ron’s home team bbQ, 1205 ashley river road, charleston price: no cover.


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B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart

SALLY FORTH By Francesco Marciuliano & Jim Keefe

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

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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 21april 19): a friend or lover will help you make a difficult decision. resolve situations that are weighing heavily on your mind. show compassion.

leo (July 23-aug. 22): Face an emotional situation head-on and avoid an encounter that is a waste of your time.

sagittarius (nov. 22dec. 21): know what’s expected of you and tend to your responsibilities first so you can focus on more engaging pastimes. integrity must be maintained.

taurus (april 20may 20): don’t let anyone force you into an argument. be a silent observer instead of a stubborn participant. making an assumption will lead to a costly mistake.

virgo (aug. 23sept. 22): explore your options and travel to places that offer knowledge, experience and opportunity. do your own fact-finding and stick to your guidelines, principles and set plans.

capricorn (dec. 22Jan. 19): spend more time on projects that will bring you in contact with people who have something to offer you personally.

gemini (may 21June 20): use your intelligence and knowledge to clear up unfinished business. conversations will help you learn what is expected of you.

libra (sept. 23oct. 22): take action and impress everyone with your talents and skills. Fundraising will make you feel good. love is highlighted.

aQuarius (Jan. 20feb. 18): weed out the people and indulgences in your life that are weighing you down. Focus on home. love is in the stars.

cancer (June 21July 22): push to do fulfilling creative projects that highlight what you enjoy doing most and utilize your skills to the maximum.

scorpio (oct. 23nov. 21): review the past to avoid making the same mistake twice. impulsive actions will be your downfall. take your time. don’t spend foolishly.

pisces (feb. 19march 20): ask pertinent questions until you fully understand what’s expected of you. someone will withhold information.


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thursday, may 16, 2013: E35

Woman needs to end long-term relationship

may the force be with you d for this round of trivia By reBekah BradFord Special to the Post and Courier

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he original “star wars” movie premiered on may 25, 1977, and has remained a touchstone for many. not too long ago, it was announced that J.J. abrams would be directing episode 7 of the film franchise, and fans of the original trilogy have their fingers crossed that it will live up to expectations. current head2head trivia champ steve zimmer will be going up against Brent norris.

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A young George Lucas talks with Anthony Daniels, who plays the robot C-3PO, on the set for the film “Star Wars: A New Hope.”

Questions

1. in the rolling prologue, “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away ... ,’ that begins the original film, who is the only main character mentioned? 2. who is the first character to speak in “star wars: a new hope”? 3. what color is luke skywalker’s lightsaber? 4. what is the name of Jabba the hutt’s court jester? 5. what is the name of the bog planet where yoda is living when luke skywalker’s X-wing crashes in the swamp? 6. what comic book hero was an early inspiration for george lucas when he was creating the characters for “star wars”? 7. who was the first major actor cast in “star wars: a new hope”? 8. how many suns does the planet tatooine have? 9. when obi-wan kenobi says, “that’s no moon,” what is he referring to? 10. how many rebel pilots survive the final assault on the death star at the end of the movie?

steve’s answers

1. guessing. is it obi-wan? 2. pretty sure it’s c-3po. 3. blue 4. i got no clue. 5. dagobath, or something like that. 6. i don’t know. superman? 7. maybe the actor who played obi-wan kenobi. alec guinness. 8. two suns. 9. death star 10. three

conclusion

it almost seemed like this week’s topic on star wars was too easy. brent, our new head2head trivia champ, motored through the questions; turns out, he’s a huge fan and had seen the original trilogy “dozens of times.” brent will return next week to defend his title.

brent’s answers

1. princess leia 2. it’s c-3po. 3. it’s blue. 4. salacious crumb 5. dagobah 6. i read once that his inspiration was from Flash gordon. 7. alec guinness 8. two suns on that planet. 9. the death star 10. three

correct answers 1. princess leia 2. c-3po 3. blue 4. salacious b. crumb 5. dagobah

6. Flash gordon 7. alec guinness 8. two 9. the death star 10. three

ear aBBy: i am a divorcee with college-age children. i love my children, and i thought i loved my ex. however, after my divorce, i wonder if i’m capable of loving anyone other than my children again. two years after the divorce, i started a relationship with a man who is 10 years older. he recently had ended a longterm relationship. i wasn’t particularly drawn to him, but he was very persistent. we finally, jokingly, agreed to be “exclusively casual” and began dating. my children don’t dislike him; they are indifferent. we have been dating for six years. i do not love him. he, however, professes to adore me and wants us to spend our lives together. i do not want this to go on any longer. i have some serious health issues and i’m not interested in having him as my caretaker. he already has made plans for us to be together for this. i don’t want him doing this for me. he’s a good man. he deserves someone who wants the devotion he is so willing to give. how do i tell him to move on? i’m financially stable. he’s not after my money; he’s very comfortable on his own. i need to force him to go find a woman who needs or wants him. many of his friends think i take advantage of his feelings. i don’t want to be in this position any longer. — dragging my Feet in teXas DEAR DRAGGING YOUR FEET: The longer you put this off, the harder it will be, and if you don’t open your mouth, you are going to find yourself in exactly the position you say you don’t want to be. The magic words are: “ ‘John,’ I have enjoyed your friendship, but I’m not in love with you. I had hoped that as time passed I would fall in love with you, but it hasn’t happened, and now I realize it isn’t going to. I want to deal with my health issues on my own. I don’t want you to be my caretaker. What I do want is to end our relationship so you can find a woman who will love you

dear abby

the way you deserve to be loved. Sadly, that’s not me, but I wish you well — and goodbye.” Do not expect him to welcome this dose of reality, but those are the words that will set you and him free. dear aBBy: i am a veteran and while i have spent this past year in school, i can’t seem to connect with any of the younger students there. it’s disheartening, to be honest, and i feel it’s part of the reason i can’t enjoy school at my age (23) after all my experiences in combat. i can’t decide whether to drop out and join a private security company or tough it out and deal with these kids who don’t take education seriously. i miss work at the same time. any thoughts? — torn in milFord, conn. DEAR TORN: The students you describe are at a very different level of maturity than you, and I don’t mean chronologically. After having experienced combat, you have a different perspective on what’s important in life from someone who hasn’t been tested. You have earned the right to a college degree, so please don’t waste the opportunity. If you complete your education, you will have more career options than if you quit now. If you feel you want to go into security work after graduation, that option will still be open. Others may not be. 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.


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