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Charlie Morrison's James Island Messenger - The Ads

  1. 1. E 1 / rzmes Islands l l: ‘l‘: i;l; ’-“ Proud Members 01 ' CHARLESTON METRO la — . CHAMBER or -’m'* COMMERCE El. l5ll'_| l!5_S Hssncrahun First Shot Publishing, LLC | James Island Messenger 1411-B Folly Road - Charleston. so 29412 - (843) 2974435 Olfice I (843) 2974436 (Fax) EditorIPub| isher Charlie Morrison. Charlle@J| MPaperoom Art Director Distribution Manager Sally Taylor Sally. JlMPape(@gmail. com Carllon Simpson. 5|'TlP$0CW@9'“3" 00"‘ Account Executives Contributors s V Advening Inquiries should be sent in publisher. Dlalle 509'“ J9£'9hV| G’3?: 'e‘”i '§3"TrYVFe; fi' Charlie ll/ nmson at Pub1isher@JlMpaper. oorn And)’ BVJCK 3- 31 99" “W "5 ‘ Social Media Consultant Gabriella Garrison (" _ Sunday November 24. 2013 i James Island Community Thanksgiving Worship T ~21 -. James Island Presbyterian Church 1632 Fort Johnson Road 795-3111 ' a -‘ 5:30 pm ~ Pro-Service Music 6:00 pm — Worship Service G LO(§ D Come and join us for an evening of worship & pruise with churches all across James Island. Music will feature several praise teams & church choirs. as well as the JICHS Choir. (9) The offering will benefit ' James Island Outrenuh. ._ Please bring a non-perishable _(~, nh item for the ’ ‘ 5 C " James Island Food Bunk. i - _ , _ r i V l l r i '
  2. 2. Residential - Commercial Move-lnl Move-Out - Interior Boat Cleaning Fast, Efliciont Service - Free Estimates - Reasonable Rates Dally - Weekly - Monthly - On-Call " : TOWN OF - JAMES ISLAND Calendar of Events uovmam to - 7:00 pm BIA 2| - Srlopm . ll Pride. 7:00 pm Town Council 25 . mo pm JI Pilalic Service District 2: . nuntqim. iinimy ~ ELDSED 2v - rnuriugiving iiouaay - CLOSED oecauanr 2 Mtytltlhyl 5 » Timpvnlllltlfihboflinndtoilicll 4) - am pm Jl Children‘: Committee, 7:00 pm Ji PLDIK Service District - :00 pm Pinning covmmssion MINA . pmJl H162, kaoprnruwn Council 13 - hmprn ll Hbllc Servke Dlstncl Ikpeau nflltflyullklillaidtv. i. l11.ll03«Z-4-H714 I-I >ChrisllIIiSEtei‘hi| dly-CLOSED 15 - Clii-isrinas my CLOSED lb - Cfflsbllils Holldiv ~ CLOSED N- llecydiebayl Sign Up For Town News At llst0JameslslnndSC. us Ulu Town oi James island on Fazebooli For More information: www. .lamesisiandSC. us Town Contacts Island Sheriff Patrol Jim Palmer isp@jamesislandsc. us Public Works Mark Johnson publicworkséijamesislancls<. us Planning Kristen Crane plamier@jamesislands(. us Building Services Berry Rudisill buiIdingservicesifiijamesislandscus Code Enforcement Jim Palmer sal'ely@jamesis| ands(. us James Island Pride Grant Scurry jipridelrbjamesislandsizus Neighborhood Council Alan Laughlin jinc@jamesis| ands(. us Children's Commission Malinda Slephens childrenwjarnesislaridseus IX-llllflllli JQulolall.9939“-1 (343)795-4141 m IIYIIGICIIIIIIIIIIIGIII Hluamthnilhuhhflnflathmahflfiodwhbnwflbaud £uIfiad. 'DoPuIuah-aflup| nha. dItnIaIvIlu. uhllneoouvauoIudflolr¢. PROPOSED S~53 (RIVERLAND DRIVE) AND S-28 (CAMP ROAD) INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT Charleston County Meeting: Thursday. November 21 2013. from 500 pm 10 700 pm. at Forl Johnson Middle School caleleiia located at 1825 Camp Road, Charleston South Carolina 29412 A DIIEI loimal presentation regarding the proposed prciiecl will be conducted at S 30 pm The remainder of the meeting will be inloiriial, wilh concept plans and other Inlormalion displayed loi viewing lnlormal written and verbal comments Will he collected dunng the meeting In the iuture ii an official Public. Hearing is held, a formal presenlation will be given during the meeting and citizens will have the opportunity to make formal verbal commenls immedialely lollowing Purpose: The intersection has a high rate oi vehicular collisions The proposed pioiecl is intended lo im prove safety at lha inleisecliori The purpose of this Public lnloimation Meeting is to give allendees an opponunny to review and comment on the proposed concept plans Attendees are encouraged in review the various dr$play§ at lhe meeting and discuss your questions or coricems with any ol SCDOT iepreseniaiwes Attendees are also encouraged to provide written comments on the lorhts that will he Dlnvldad Another purpose oi‘ the meeting will be to gather information liorii the public or any interested organization on historic or culiuril resources in the area. Engineering Rtgll—Oi-Way and Environmenlal personnel lrom SCDOT will be available to answer questions Contact: Gueslions about the proiecl may be directed to SCDOT Safely P70)€CiS Engineer Keith Riddle at 803-737-0403 in Columbia. SC Persons with disabilities who may require special accommodations should contact Ms Lis Bleasdale at 803-737-1395 South Carolina Department of Transponation
  3. 3. llilikl EATIN’ ON THROUGH THE YEARS “BackYard Eats" Celebrates SixYears Supporting]. I. Outreach With Annual Cook-Oil Bi‘ C/ Mr/ it Morrium 1 Eili/ or "B"l‘ Yilrd E33" (BYE) celebrated six vctirs supporting jaincs lsland Outreach this past Saturday night and it was once >K3'n. ‘-I big hit. Over 100 area residents descended upon the (new) lionic of rvcnr JIM: I2 8 9 Pronliu: Burl Yard Eat: emu: ufjust aver S500 Jbnrt o_ftbn'rfundrni. u'ng got! at Saturday? aural, rallu-ling S923._[ll|4 bu: lung been ll . i-upporur of Jame: l. i-land Oulrein-II, and we want top»! mu’ money when our mouth is. JIIW want: in bzlfyou rte’ npfar tbir -worthy charity an the bark aflbis great annual event, and -we’: -e putting our money nubcre mrr mouth it. Reg-inning Tuesday, Nnimnber 19, JIM -will matrb any tub donltinns lollarfor duller until (be group reazbcs Lbeirgocl o_/ ‘$1,500. . codhuridcr Kristi Rcagor and her husband Randy. for the sixth annual BYE. which before the night was out had raised near lv 51000, and collected probably at least that in weight nf cans of noirpcrishablu food that was. the following mnrning, the Rcngors donated to Outreach. One thing is without doubt, what began as a hr: iiii~ stnrni between a Kristi and a Christy (t}: l» low CL! -fllllnklcf Christ)’ Sykes) has uvcr the past liitl(~dn-/ .cn years blnssmnud inin unc of the prvliuliday ‘must t. lo'cvciits mi James lslziiid. ‘I wanted to do this, .ind thc Lowcoun- try Food Bank wmild not rcnirti our ct II, " says Kristi Rcagor. "'lhc next week, I'm — ting iii Muddy Waters reading Jllvl, when lcame across 11 story on _[: in1es Island Out- reach. Right then I l-ultw these were our guysf’ James lslzitid Outreiirh has for decades dedicated itself to serving some ut'_I: iincs island's must nerdy, ninsl hungry, most deserving. Under the current leadership of Rev. Joseph Biirhuur, the organization is gitlvani-1.ing into . i wcll~nildcd. hct— ter-fiindccl machine, and no doubt the efforts iii" Kristi and Christy, along with everyone -. it “Back Yard liars" will be ap- preciated. ‘This is a grassroots cffiirt that hits reached out tn their mmniunitv to givi: [0 mini- nf Jamcs lsl; ind's less fortunate and people have latched on. home great pcnplc l12I'C' put it tiigcihcr and they've helped '. I Int ufpmpl: over the six ycrirs. " S'. ll. l Fully Beach resident and hospice nurse Cher- yl Tr-. ii'_v of l’lC cvcnt, who waxed puciic (From L In R) Ca—FoumIrrs Clvrixly Sykrr and KrirIiRmgarjuinfzIIa1u tvolunlrrrijr-mm 1|/ Iabtbie, 2-lime-winner Stacy Eld: rNe1ulan. I. i'nd. it_v Filzgiblrun and . ‘War_v C/ mpmim Baler al {be 6t/ J an nual, 2013 “Bark litnl Ealr fiinilruisrr iienrftllingjamtr Isluml Oulremb ivlicn thi: mph turned tn l1u~! Kristi Ru’ gnr "Kristi l1iL iust such :1 bciiuiifiil soul ” A ivcll-rounded mllccriuii oi" 10 re- . }'1t‘ lC(l ztitizitcur chefs ill‘! !! the . ui-. i iinl tllt large rtrnvd or i. ..pp_i» L‘. llL'(_, whn . .. lIrlV4:t‘n Cl1Cn‘l€iI'l)! _ ll'iL‘l| ' nulls iiikt-ts uliun "Erin" marketing V()l| II)lt. ‘l‘l l. iiul. ~i~v l7ii7,- gibbon burrowed mu mu i‘r. ..i. [llL’ (imnic ntiiimdi in k. |.ll l’l| L‘| l iilll, mu llt('Il , ... i cllrx tn the l). llIIl ltl'K. ‘~. i. i~iiiiq 'iYIL‘ lin the my ll’H(‘(' . |[‘pCl| './ Cl"~l. ’<'tl l! L‘.1[~ ! o.. i/ rt. -1.1 lg r; m'“ illulil ii. /kl! /Hi (. '/nu/ n I’niz/ / 5/ ; -c‘pul. rn ’l"voi/ mi . ' —/ v.1»‘: -it Hr! i. /1.1 . :u. / frrtl 3010 . k.. »», . N‘? .>; _;~ ,1- iiizn / -.-i/ my . »,~Ivn. - . l. .- continued from page 1 hack in August. Nn resolution, in this state or any other. can supersede a bill that has been passed by both houses Ul-3 State Legislature and signed into the banks by the Governor, as Ad_vlette, ]r. 's was by Riley. For area residents. many oi" which have lived in the ncigliborhoutl longer than the law has been in June 8!. Halsey: Jesse and llnlsey are Shepherd mix brothers. six and eight wars Ulll respectively. Mui-. h nu llhtjr uurptinz. they were ibilflillllllftl in tlic Pct Hdpgn Iahhy. Thus: boys in: inincd at thr hip and would luv: hi timi 4 new home togctlicn They an: cvcn—t= tnpv. ~red. great with dogs and lady. and luv: in be scratrlicd bizhinil thc urn and on the butt! lfv<iu'| l npcn yaur home to ihcic boys, wt: knnw you want regret it. Conic Vhll ins: and Hnlsey tnday at 1447 Folly Road on James Inland lodav! place, it's prct ' simple. "We're IIKN/ lt. C5 In thc Liw. " began uric lliirlmr Wnmls lL‘. ltl(‘I‘, who ilcrlincil to he named in ii rcisent interview with ]lll. citing the pending litiigaitioii. "But you i. 'in't just L‘lrL'UlHV'L‘Hl -.1 law signed by the Governor li's 3| li| ‘'. it's still mi tht: l7()()l(. '. " The mritinn for the iiijuiictioii will lw l'ii: .tril A3 mnii . | the Court L'l1C(. llIlL'. (l1L' lie. trin_L; . The ¢_{l'4'l| i[1 {miii lliirlmr Nund. ~ will he ri: ceiviii_-4 . i imticc iii l'L‘[! til. '~C to their I'k‘(lIK'I [mm the ‘ith District Circuit Ciiuii iii the iiiiiiiiig vvccl-(»_ Sn‘ tuned fur more on this and other topics in future issues ot'VlIM. To rciitl JllUll)C)'. curlicr Jl’lltlC In; this tlC’I. 'l0PIllCI1l and the issues raised. go to l)IlI recciitly i'C'V. Ill'lpC(l website ill_| lH]lW. IiCf. i.Iill1i. |lIlL'* '()‘.1(l’dl€fL‘! 'Cl1i'pE| KlS/ . fit Pet Helpers W! I: min; I in mi‘! 711/ mu. H471‘-i! l_i R ‘L‘h. ulc~t. » St‘ 30411 . ‘«li>p(hm L‘ ntct [R-Bi 7 $1111: l. iiw L'l 5p. i_i. 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  4. 4. TUl’. Sl). Y ‘ 0"l~‘. .l H ER 1‘). 2013 DINING {5} CAPTURING THE BULL MARKET Bohemian Bull Serves Up A Hearty Menu, Healthy Beer List At Former]ack's Location AH / (.1//7/rrlt Cut 7 . , n. »/mung H7:/ n Fmtn no»: rim; to tail, Th: lluhcnw in Hull 'l'. n'v: rn and Burt (iartlen rcflcrh l. llI1C t1.. m1: . .n. .;1.. advh. ..tt sttlc ln llu‘ x«| .L' uI' thc “Bu11”tr I‘. lfI. with th: pm. .. rt trm 0| Clutl Burl, .‘ndrcw . l. tl. mtl. ru, .| ltl l. ihcrt' Stntth who ct: ll. tlmt. ttrtl in . .tpt-trtng J. llHC~ l<l. tml'. ~ lunL and IL-cl tn ! l1(‘ Llvxlgll nf l-‘ully Ru. td'~ "mm tu_; lt xpul. Ovcr -. rwwmnnth puriutl, local (inn Grccn Cnnstrucrimt mcldctl Il€Il' idea: md l'I'l? lL[lIl lltc llnhctnun Bull to life, utilizing lnt-. ll_v murccd And tctlaimnl : nan: r|. |ls tltruttzlttnlr the l"l'()_]C| .I. /rucri— . .nu t. ~ rt-rlrctcd cvcrvwhcrr: in thu tlint-rs‘ hunk. .rnd the dincr's ltmk rcllctts thc t. lc~ lL{r| CY. ~llCn1SClVC. . mt‘l1l1;n nI'tht-it hnmt-, nut homc. )amts lslantl. Tllk‘ Bohcmirtn Bull tcuturu. » hath in— Jnnr . md nuttlnnr l’! -H . ~.t-atittz Tht-re urt- putt talalcs near Iltc hat, and an atljutcnt dining mom with tratlilinnal tables for : '-. tmil'-s‘r}'lt: meals. l)Incr'~ cntcr the back lot by walking Jndcr .1 rt: b.Ir 4trt'hvav. Th: _v arc grct-I: -d by A 3Ullll~~‘q. ft. lot framed by pallct patch- work l‘cto; c. T|1crt: 's . I buctc court‘ turn- halt boards. and .1 fir: pit. To thc right, picnic tables at: arranged under 11 unnpy -11 cantina lights. Thcrc arc zllat) stdntling hcztlcrs to ward uffthc now winter chill. Behind the bar. there .11: mntc th. m trait brews to t'llU(>. l' Frutn including hrcs tram Lowmuntry brands C-um. Holy L'irv. Wcsrhronk. Frnthy Beard, Rivculng, and must recently, Frcchuusc Brewery Tlac other cult brews an: from a dtvcrsc . ;.Irh: ring ofbccr lluuscs. cvcrytlting, from : vcrv to Wcybachcr. Drafts arc scrvcd by the ll) n7.. . lb 01.. or litcr glass. Bccrs can be snmplcd priur tn purchasc and beer tlighls are also available upon rcqucst. Back in the kitt hm. Cht~f}t-red Young embraced the opportunity It) design a menu rh. |t wuultl cutnplt-tnrnt all thul hccr The Bull uacs Normandv Farms Ivrnd and (}ruwFood Cunlina pruducc in All their menu itcms to boot. Evcrvthing is math: frcclt and in-housc. Dincrvs can still with Pub Grub classics lik: wings. build-your-own fries. uniun rings. uouthern fried ulun. nr black hcan hummus. Fur palates sacking huuse spr culrics. thcrci: options likc thc pepper jack pimlcrrlo chccsc dip, "Bollu" Ll('VllCLl eggs. and fried mac um! cheer: hitcs. Cbad Riel. Librrly Smitb. Clufjtrcrl Youn. am! /Im1'r: 'w / llalamlro Iymtrz taken lbrir rollrtlitrr talrnlx In lb: lab]: in trailing F015/Zr newer! nigblrpal, 71;: Bahamian Bull 'l}r= trrrn and Beer Garden For tht; nuin cnrruc. ll(‘ Hull's "hand spmtcd, “ grnuntl in-lmusc lwurgurs tum‘: ht: |cat. T|tc brisket utttltltutlt-l1;t~’t-d >p: cialtv burger: tnmc in six lll'll‘l'l¢lll(‘ up nuns: thc Southcrn Drawl. whith features BBQsaucc ; In(l5l: IW: ll1< Ctprcsc (intona- rclla. tomato, and basil), thc Tmfllc burg» cr whiuh lus grillcd ttmshmtnn-. , . m on- ion ring And trufflc mayo (picrurrtl), The Brcnkfist Burger has egg, l1:| >l browns, suuaagc party, and / tnt: ric; n chccw. ilihu rcmnining two, the l’l'. |1('ln . md t-hccsc and the mushrmmt and VWISS. round our the Bull} burger mcnu. 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  7. 7. HOLD UBER By Andy Brack Statebause Report 11' you didn’t think the Palmetto Statcis 2014 gubernatorial politics were already getting hot and bothered, you might wan’: to tune in a little more. Just last week, a Democratic Governors Association poll showed presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee Vincent Shehcen had a decent shot at taking down Republican Gov. Nikki Haley. The poll showed Haley leading Sheheen by four points — 44 to 40 — but that the margin of error was plusl minus 3.53 percent. More importantly, the poll showed Shehecn leading Haley 44-30 among independents. Because gubernatorial campaigns these days often are won because of swinging independent voters, the Shchcen campaign Vnnts falls to realize he's got an edge among a key ON FOR A WILD part of the electorate a yar out from the election. Not to he outdone, the Haley campaign this week l'ClCilSE(l a poll that clttimcd -' guess what —— her lead really was 9 points over Shehccn, but adrnittcd hcr favombility rating stand at 42 percent and unfavorabiliry was -'13 percent. Political analysts generally worry about a candidate‘; re-election chances when favorability ratings are in the low 405 A year from the election. Whttt’s really interesting about Haley’: poll is that it came out the day before the uon~pan-isan Winthrop Pull. which ensured political headlines on the release day of the Winthrop Poll would include the Haley poll. Nobody ever said Haley's team wasn't smart -— timing the rclcasc of their poll to influence coverage about the Winthrop Poll was political gold. lntcrcstingly. the Winthrop Poll may help Haley sleep a little better for the time being. Her approval rating was 44.5 percent of registered voters. up from 40.5 percent in December 2012. Htzr disapproval rating was 4] percent, down 1.4 percent from December. NATO RIAL CAMPAIGN / |<n interesting: Almost hall nl rcspnrtdct1ts(49.9 pcrtcnl‘, tnmparcd to 9 1 percent in December) said they thought the «rate ofsutuh Carolina W2.» heztlctl in the wrong tlirct-tioit, but 4R 4 pcru. -nt (up 8.2 points) thought the start-'s L-mnnntit condition was very good Ill flirly gootl. Some 47.4 percent til the people thought the Cl mmmy was getting hi-ttcr With all of this pulling, rr'. ~. tlcar Haley and Shchccn have .1 lot of work to do tn win. Shcltecn has more challenges, ainte he lost by 4 points in 2010 and rcrmtins about that I'. tr hr. -hind in polls now. But he . tl: l"rlS to lit a more energized cantlt-latc with a crisper mcssage in the year going into the election. Ht’: raising money and he is engaging ’t)tcr. s in new Ways, particularly since he publislicd a policy book of ideas carltcr thts ycar. For her part, Halrzy ll2> two big things going for her: her laser focus on jobs and Barack Obama. Nat a week goes by that her ollicc announces : t business expansion or investment and the number of jobs associated with it. In the year ahead. llaley also will intensify hcr criticism of President Ob-amt: and the Affiirtlahlc BIGGER BEERSI FIGHTOTHE COLD When Old Is Definitely A Good Thing Spons red by: Smox OAK rannonut ' BEERSNOB . by jefl'reyM. Gn: dlein tittuing to bl: reiile“; die ther- mgmctet I begin looking for IITOHE“ beers, dude: that will keep me warm and ifihfied 0“ Mn [he most frigid night! ‘ mt. white inter‘-1 '*°“S'. "‘, §', “£1” rpm are also -w-¢*"*‘- "‘ ‘. " ‘bu fin under the heading of 13008 ‘ch tl wonttaadelve into naw. I|tn fegfl qf thou been known as ntoc| =flWS°'°”“1“ 1*‘ u , ,. I'n1thee1eWeg4.fl7°"”°"3 M? ‘ f; “_ ‘flay have lI. :IIl. fl¥"'l“‘ °g T * M‘ .1“ H’, gfien overwhelming- IFYWIV _ 1.”. ‘ad in ,9‘, uses, harsh. 1.. . rm“-*. :="‘: ;:: t:: ; m muntion the powerful p U hop and alcohol bombs from the stalcs. Thus, a great and somewhat more as- sessable beer for the cold rnnttths is old ale. Old ales get their name from the fact that they are aged, and are actually old, not fresh. Generally, old ales wcrc {cr- mented from the first running: of a rmsh, and would be ofthe highest grow ity. A second running ofthe mash would ulually be fermented as l brown or am- ber ale, and ifso needed, 2 third running might be made into I very low gravity mild or tmnll beer. Old ale: are a classic English style of bggw, and are often slightly sweet and alcoholic, although moat ofarc less than 10 percent alcohol-by-volume (ABV). While tttsny old ales are offered during the winter months, and can include Mn‘ terwarmars, that latter style is often not on strong in flavor or alcohol: ‘"5 l’ WP‘ iqlly released closer to Christmas and New Year. Whereas English versions are avall— able, -and highly rccommcndt: d.l always adore the American example fr: -tn Great Divide Brewing Company out of Den- ver. Colorado. llibcrnation Ale is firs! ’ rate, and yct not too overwhelming that a novice can't appreciate the char-. tctv. ~ri. ~ tits on stronger, quality beer. Great Divide calls Hibernation . ‘lc . t nmlty and robust English Style Old Ale that has won gold and silver medalt . tt the Great American Beer Festival. “l*'li~ bernatinn ale has been our celebrated winter tradition since l995.This robust, dry-hopped ale has it malty richness bal- anced with a complex hop profile and heart)’. warming character. " This is where Hibernation Ale will stand out from its English bmlltren; instead of being completely malty and mostly sweet. this ale offers enough of west coast hop presence to keep the beer crisp. While strong. 8.7 percent ARV, the beer will more resemble a tttrottg amber ale than bl glass ofbmndy. l‘lihcrn: ttittn is A dark ruby beet with OPINIONS {7} (‘in 'I. 1l-nii, r_ LLlYllAIl]L' M -1'- ' hr hlttltccri tn lhc “lil-1.r. tl (‘limit-. : 41:1 ml-1 rh. tt'« luttvtng l. Ifl1|lIL‘ 1 Hut um . i~ ll. tlcv‘~ . mipat4n 1-1—-*1 I prrtln r. il»l: . In p.1ltttc. tl lllll(‘i'r, '1 . Shelircn'~ _lu»r lmt-n t-- lm tlirlnth I11 ; ll4“(r'L‘L'll lcttcr writ ru tl1nm. mtl« ul V| l"I"Il'f€Y’i ‘We l<I'uW that we don't wmt (our mun _VL'ar. ol the «amt tr; party tlC~II’| ullV(' p(| llLlC5 lhal huvc lmn nut ‘. l'; IIL'. ‘'c want In move South Carolina turwartl with new idnn and mvr. -~trnenr< 1:. our future. while nmvtng away from the corruption ll’IJI ha- pliguctl thi~ I. lfTL'Yll . tdrmni~tratx-m. " For the next year. Shchcen will rr_t to tie ll£IlC_V to the 1:; party. He'll -n-ur ltrr with being asleep at tht: wheel and lining the print: information of! » flllllllln South Carolina individuals And Izusincurx in the largest ever hacking of a state. He'll vilify her 1‘. .. op, ..mn, ; :11 billion in federal nitmcy to expand tlC| lK. ll(l to help provide insuramc for thousands of thr- pnnrrsl Slruth Carolinians VVhar'~. going to be intcrcsting 1» to sec how the urttpaigns ct-me up with ncw ways to counter all of the predictable attacks. Sit back Strap in. ltk going to get messy. dmly Brad 11 pi. /-/1./ m of 5/. ..-(rm. .. Report’ You run rm. -b Brarl at [rrar. (>Q xltllrbamrrrporl. can a fluffy amber head. Smells of spice and buttered earthy bread emit from the glass. The taste is even better. with malt doutinating and hop: showing up in the linish. The beer has a great tcxt1tre. :nd is l'ull-bodied. Although l taste caramel and a hint of chornlnte, v. -nu can h: my, this is not a putter or stout. Hops an- citrusy. but fit well with lltc taste bill. l aged our ufthesc for over a yen, “rd fin hop. -t were cttmplctcly gone. leaving onir rich. sweet malty gntudncsgk The , ,,, ,c, ,, rm. -1. says bottled on 5cpt l9—2()l4; rm-1 bottle late Oct. we'll see if the rcmllnv ing 5 make it to 2014 Great Divide recommends pairing Hlbernnlion Ale with "Ruom; ... .,_ , ,, aged hard Dutch cow's milk cheese, grilled beer tenderloin. and apple crisp with ginger ice crt-am. 'l recommend it with friends and n cold nigl'tr. Thts beer is only around through January it (hc latest. so get your mates and grab some now. Enjoy the brewt Cheen. Snrolry Owl Trprun but ever 50 5", an mp Tlvry an luatrl en / um lr/ .n. _( . , 1234 C1!! !’ Raul tn rbr Clilf Slyeppg, cm" s4Wr—7o: —o2an. £—~. ..'/ :5. 5”} Snob at pnrIIr'tlur0_[r'mP: prr r en
  8. 8. “I The following were recently filed by the Charleston County Shcrifi"'s Department. These are not convictions and the names of businesses, complainants, &. suspects have been left off to protect the innocent. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty, of course. From I Slum of: Seam Surpidoulrfiuily (Pt. 1) On 'lTiutsd: iy, ]uly 10 at approxiiiiatcly 8 am. a 71-yt-. u'~old lligliwood Circle victim received a call from at ‘Sgt. Riley of the Charleston County VV. i.tr-ants Otficc "The subject informed her that that she Failed to report for jury duty. and that she needed to obtain 31.400 in ‘green dot" C1|’ClS and await further insrriictions. llxsmld. lhc Vidim called the CCSO. Thc Slicrifs Otficc told her it was a sum and that she should warn her neigh~ bots. So should you. u a . . ' "' ‘ . i.: r.i ~; .7" ; _'. ._, ;_ . . . uaiun‘I' 4“ - ’“" ‘ A”‘"'P"dF"“"d(P‘~3) Room Ind(I)“Hmird" li. nl rlirnun ht~ lit-| «'I'_t: ”Ht‘ W” 'l“ ‘""" ill“ Shortly before three in the riftemoon the same day. the home of: Sl-ye. ir—oltl female Ft. John- son Rd. received a call from someone irlentifyirig themselves to “Lt. Corporal Lance Miller, " who stated he was with the Charleston County Sher- itfk Ollie: Warrants Division. Thc caller told her tlimily to have someone from the home call him back to “discuss an urgent matter. " The victim, the female homeowner called the phone num— ber back. and was told ‘LL Corporal Miller" that she needed to get .1 prepaid money card in the amount of5l.000 and then give him the pin number to clear '. I warrant issued for her arrest For missing jury duty. The victims street sriurts kicked in at that point. and knowing about sim~ il; ir scarns that had been perpetuated on James lshind oflate, she mrn: etly identified the caller to be a scam b|1‘Il5l, l1u| 'lg up and reported it the Charleston County Slieriflis Othce (CCSO). to die ole‘ Fl. im~Flam Suspidaur Behavior Later that week on Friday. the CCSO's Rivcr~ l. ind Drive Station Four got a visitor reporting of another inddent of fraud. this one involving a website. barcfontstudentuim. A 21vyear~uld vic— iim entered the station and Spflhli with the desk offircr. She stated that through the website, she'd applied for a nanny position on the website and ‘gotten the job" from a man who stated he was in the process of moving his family to Charleston. They corresponded by email, and the subjcu told the victim to expect a check to come to in the mail over the next couple at-days. She did get the check, made our in the amount ot'l1,985, which she was to deposit at 3 local brink and use sonic of the riiimcy to buy supplies for Llic transition» ing Family. The lunk informed her however. that the check was no good, news she responded in hy calling the subject. At heating the news that the bank had rejctted the cheek the sub_ii: ct became angry. When lie got angry, she got suspicious and decided to speak with the CCSO to have the in- cident dnmmentcd. Danizrlir Vinlarre - Verbal Shortly after rniclnight on Wediie. <d. iy_ July ‘) CCSO Sheriffs Dryll[iL‘. were Clllttl ((7 . i Vzillcy Forge Dr. home in response to .1 reported case of dnmestir violence, of at least it V(. '|'lV1|l n'. imrc. When l)t'pUllt‘V arrived, he made CIIIILIKI with the subject. a 58-year-old male, who stated tli. ir when he rctumcd home from work cirlicr tliit night he found some of hi» belongings strewn about the street. The victim then confronted the subject. the victim‘: ~l5~ye; ir—-yltl lite-in girlfriend. about the allegation and she st. itcd [li| l yes, the HT. “ Creative Art Director Sally Taylor Sal| y@JameslslandMessen9er oom senior Account Executive Tracy Hood. 8434253890 Tracy@JameslsIandMessenger com Distribution Manager Canton Simpson Dislribution@James| slandMessenger com contributors Andy Black. Justin Falk. Jefl Gmdlein. Jrl--an Cress. Paul Hedden. Cone Hrpp. Sandy INIHQ. Tina Russo. Kathy Woolstzy Komberlc Gntfiri Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the VIEW‘; 0| First Shot Publishing. LLC dba The James Island Messenger Proud Member 0! Loc/ it FIRST. : First Shot Publishing, LLC | James Island Messenger 437 Fleming Road - Charleston SC 29412 - (643) 2974435 Office I (843) 2974436 fax Ed| torlPubl| sher Cname MOlTlSOfl. 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  10. 10. E wnirmI: ni»: tmk. ,IIwIn. 1+‘. '4.iIb-‘ I Portrait of a lames Island Family The Dinkins Joe and Tracee Dinkins have been married for 20 years and almost all of that time spent right here on James Island. They are members of and serve at Seacoast Church -James Island. The Dinkins family includes four daughters, the oldest Maclce — Class of2012 and a member of the tennis team, Rhealyn — Class of2015 also a member ofthe tennis tcain, Caiden — a competitive cheerleader at JICIIS and Jaci, 21 pianist. A small snapshot of a James Island family. --~-. ' ~ :6 I Lg 1237 Camp. i(; Jahneslsland V“: __ 343-225-1522 iiflobfl . _.—__. ,—. — ; V(‘§lance> at the White Duck Taco Shop Opening Soon , white Duck Taco Shop is about to take iames Island by storm. No we are not Izlltln| nuns, he", more may ‘wow, my new favorite place. ‘ and ‘where did this 2 answer is Asheville. MC. and they are opening their first unit not- -most neighbor right here on iames island. From tofu tacos to Thai daddy‘! taro place. when you see the lines {arming at 792 Folly Road you were forewarned and you heard It here ilrst. —= —’; -¢—'—‘V hurricane wa come from? ‘ well, lit side of our northem iclten tacos. this ain't your { peanut ch White Duck Taco Shop 792 Polly Road lames island mum i Heather | Lola 7 >7 I Unrelated Family T In our flrst feature about the people from lames Island Cleaners we talked I about the family connection, but truth be told they are all one big family & you ' l (eel that vibe when you walk through the door. Don't think [or a moment because they are having fun that they are not taking care of business, these - ladies process about 800 pieces per day & they know what clothes belong in ' whom without checking the name tag. Heather "Red" Dennis and Lola ‘Lo’ } Hewitt [11 and 3 years respectively) are part of the team that goes above and I beyond, one of the many reasons why their customers love them, 1739 Mayhank Hwy ‘ Charleston, SC 29412 ‘ (84-3) 795.4210
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  16. 16. Embrace The Wit , <. ~ M-N-W‘ : ‘ 3: . .«V / * BEEHSNOB TtF; 'Al ‘ ‘X ' ; ‘__IY4 jg-t)m(_. M. dill-Il'l‘LElN eat beers come in a variety of types, but the majority of original styles come from either Gcnnany or Belgium. Regardless of country, the styles have in common the requirement that about 50% of the malt bill must be made up of wheat. The Germans boast several varieties ofwcizen beer, including hefeweizen, dunkelweizen, and weizenbock. The Belgians really have only one style, Witbicr. In the case of/ Kmerican made wheat beers, it seems our brewers favor the Belgian wit style as opposed to the German hefe variety. Sure, there are numerous examples of native hefeweizens, but looking at the bulk numbers, American brewed witbiers win the day. Not to mention, the majority of the hefewcizcns brewed here are made by breweries that have mostly been in decline as the craft beer swell continues to build. The likes of Saranac, Yuengling, Pyramid, Magic Hat and Widmcr all make German style wheat beers, but I suggest sticking with the Deutschland originals. In comparison, there are a number of fantastic yank—made Belgian style witbiers that are worth your While. I'm assuming you've crossed paths with Blue Moon Belgian White, a Coors product, Shock Top Belgian White, from Anheuser-Busch, and Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat; 3 subsidiary of Miller. Avoid — all are macro examples, all are too sweet, and all are crap. Better examples abound. Ommegang's Witte is tasty, spicy Refreshingfilavorfifl and clean is also solid, if not slightly more malty than normal with hints of ginger joining the typical wit flavors. Boulevard Brewing's Two Jokers is fantastic, cranking the typical 5% alcohol by volume range to a boisterous 8% ABV. Even wilder is Dogfish Head's Positive Contact, a Belgian-style with fuji apples, cider and cilantro, checking in at 9% ABV! The most widely available and possibly still the best American brewed Belgian-style witbier is White, the sensational example from Allagash. This really is a first~rate ale, one you must have. The bottle depicts an artistic winding, tree-lined river scene, and directs one to pour the majority of the beer into a glass, swirl the last bit of beer and yeast, and add the remainder. A cloudy lcmon yellow body sits underneath a bright white foamy head, which quickly drops to a dusting on the beer. The aroma is delicate but intricate, with yeast, lemon zest and a spicy note that I assume is coriander. Tastc is also gentle yet multifaceted, with tangy wheat segueing into sharp lemon and orange fruit flavors. A tingle of tiny bubbles hit the tip of the tongue, but smoothcs out as the beer crosses the mouth. A very dry finish in this ale, being more tart from the wheat and citrus, than bitter from hops. A fresh beer, and easy to drink at 5% ABV. Available year round, but perfect for the dog days of summer, Allagash White is flavorful and clean! Enjoy the brews. Cheers. .. Tb: Tradzrnmn Brewing Co. is new apm at 1639 Tatum Drirz/ r. Stop by and enjoy tbrir tatling roam. Monday — Friday 4:30 imli/ Epm am] Saturday refreshing, and with notes of flowers and pepper. from noon unti/8pm. Tour: arr avail- Calabaza Blanca from jolly Pumpkin able, 843-410-1.315. ‘! FL1!{A! .'1bi Make to time for wine, even during the Dog Days of summer By Sandy Irving ‘ Contributing Writer ; H . ife is good and the livin'is easy. . . . E and the Dog Days ofsumrner in the Lowcountry are perfect for wine enthusiasts. Food pairing options expand as soon as you uncover the grill in the backyard or patio. From May to September, many ofus reach for chilled white wines and rose, but red wines are a great choice with food from the grill. The summer heat here on James Island may make you think you need to stow away the red wine — but grilled red meats call out for Australian Shiraz, Argentinean Malbecs and California Cabcrnets. 'lhe spicy and peppery notes of a Shiraz will pair perfectly with those great baby back ribs slathcred in your favorite ted l3BQsauce. The rich tannins of the bold Malbcc will make your steaks and burgers that much better, and nothing improves a chilled dark chocolate mousse more than a smooth cabcrnet sauvignon. But hold on! What about those shrimp, begging to be grilled, or that piece of fresh grouper you picked up locally at llufls seafood? (To find out what's fresh — call Hulfs at 843- 762~l989) What if the heat is sliding between your shoulder blades and nothing but chilled whites will quench your thirst? It's time to get away from oaked chardonnay and experiment. While you wait for the sun to set over the marsh and the heat of the day to fade, you can start oifthe back yard fun with a wonderful Viognicr. Sunshine in your glass, Viognicr shows light golden color with marsh green highlights, it has :1 characteristic minerality that wakes up your palate, finishing with crisp hints of citms fruit. It pairs . -e. -4v-. .- perfectly with shrimp hot off the grill, and will cool you offas the sun sets. Having blackened and grilled Mahi or Tuna fillets? Try a young Riesling. 'lhe of dry flavors of the Riesling will complement the spicy flavors of the fish. Back yard fun is great for both red and white aficionados, but there are some guidelines to remember to keep everyone happy: Do: 0 Keep your wine out of direct sunlight. I Chill your wine, especially the whites, but rose and beaujolais will benefit from chilling too. Even bold reds are better with just 20 minutes in the refrigerator prior to serving. I Keep your wine cold in an ice bucket or with an icc~ less chiller. - Make sure your wine is not overly oalted; the combination of oak, smoke and spices will not complt, -mt-m one another. 0 Contact me if you want to try our Viognier, Riesling, Shjmz or Cabernet Sauvignon, or ifyou want to bring Wine Country into your living room with a fun private win; msfingi Don’t: 0 Store unfinished bottles on your counter. Return them to um refrigerator — yes even the reds! 0 Gct overwhelmed by food pairings; trust your instincts and your own taste preferences. And whatever you do, don’t nin our ofwincl Cheers!
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