CHS Coastal Charcuterie Take your parties and events to the next level with CHS Coastal Charcuterie. They work with you one-on-one to create the board or table of your dreams, including options for 2-4, 4-6, or even 10-14 people. They also offer dessert + brunch boards, so be sure to peruse the entire menu.
Uncork| 476 King St. As a self-pour wine bar located downtown, Uncork offers made-to-order charcuterie boards with your choice of meats + cheeses accompanied by a freshly baked baguette from Evo Bakery. Check out the menu here.
Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. | 1505 King St. Dairy-free? No problem. At Edmund’s Oast, the customcharcuterie boards come stocked with meat, bread + dijon mustard – no cheese in sight. However, cheese lovers can order a separate cheese plate from the main menu if they wish. Just be sure to order in advance, though, because each board takes about four hours to make.
Development ○ After nearly two decades, Charleston port’sLeatherman Terminalis open. The first ship docked at the port’s new container terminal this past Friday. ○ Design Division has created a Bee Streetbikeway proposal for downtown Charleston. With the construction of the new pedestrian bridge, there will need to be additional bike lanes to provide bikers with a safe route to the bridge. 🚲
Civic ○ There might be a new park headed to Johns Island on Griffith Road. The park would stretch across 26 acres of land and two lakes. Currently, city officials are applying for $542,000 in greenbelt funding. (WCSC)
State ○ Due to the state economy staying afloat during the pandemic, SC legislators have an additional $1.7 billion in tax revenue to spend in the upcoming state budget. Negotiations for the budget will begin on July 1. (The Post and Courier)
Biz ○People with disabilities in SC will not be paid less than the minimum wage by state businesses — under legislation approved last week by the Senate. This will not take effect until August 2024. Next up, the House will take a look at the bill. (The Post and Courier)
Coming Soon ○ Beech plans to expand their smoothie, acai + poke bowl business to James Island soon. The shop’sthird location is set to open at the end of this month. (Charleston City Paper) ○ Ruby Sunshine — an all-day brunch restaurant — will make its way to downtown Charleston by the end of the year. The brunch spot will be located at 171 E Bay Street — the former home of Blossom. (Holy City Sinner)
WaterCooler ○ Tyler Corbitt, a baseball player for the Citadel, is looking to transfer schoolsfor his next 2 eligible seasons with the NCAA. So far this season, he has 5 home runs + 16 RBI (runs batted in). ⚾️ (The Post and Courier)
Charlestonian ○ Parker Gibbons, an 18-year-old interested in herpetology, uses his knowledge of reptiles + amphibians to educate the Lowcountry on the importance of snakes. He also helps relocate unwanted snake guests from private lawns to more secluded areas. 🐍 (WCIV)
FeelGood ○ Local student Zachary Redick received a $25,000 scholarship from Chick-Fil-A to continue his studies at Coastal Carolina University. Last year, Zachary put his schooling on pause to care for his ailing mother. Now, CFA hopes to help him through his education journey + the beginning of his business career. 💸 (WCSC)
For those in the community interested in finding their legislator, the dashboard allows the user to click the search icon on the appropriate map + type in the voting address. Next, the user just needs to click enter. Then, click the map for information about the legislator. Easy as 1,2,3.
TryThis ○ Swamp Fox Comedy Night| Mon., Apr. 12 | 7:30 p.m. | Dreamers Restaurant, 312 Rembert C. Dennis Blvd., Moncks Corner | $10 | Comedians Mike Speenberg and Jas + Kevin Williams will perform comedy routines. 🎤
FeaturedEvent ○ Let’s Talk Recruitment | Tues., Apr. 13 | 11 a.m.-12 p.m. | Virtual | Free | Learn the tactics, techniques and communication strategies that savvy marketers are using for better recruitment in 2021.Ⓟ
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