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Here it is, the Charls Dickens classic brought to you from the banks of the Waccamaw River in beautiful Conway, South Carolina. Sit back and enjoy our radio play.
You really need to check out AlPhies (not a typo, it’s short for Alex and Phil) Reef Seafood on 501 by-pass in the old Cerro Grande building.
AlPhies offers great quality in a casual setting with affordable pricing. They start the day with breakfast, which features an eggs benedict dish called Eggs AlPhie that incorporates lump crab. Yeah boy.
Lunch features surf and turf favorites including my favorite, a lunch portion seafood platter. I’m getting hungry writing this.
In a unique twist for Conway, they offer an early bird supper that they call their Twilight Menu. This is a four-course meal including coffee or tea starting at $9.95.
The dinner menu is a guaranteed winner with items such as Alaskan Crab legs, hand breaded clam strips, lobster, prime rib and Angus steaks. All at prices that won’t flatten your wallet.
Don’t forget dessert. They have a delicious selection of goodies made on the premises.
AlPhies is located at 621 Church Street. For more information or to place a take out order: 843-488-5004.
After a short State Fair-induced absence, we get back to work to talk about Paul Ryan’s libertarian credentials, Todd Akin and social conservatism, and then Gault shows up an hour and a half late to discuss tech news.
This week, Chris and Chris interview the owner of a roll your own tobacco shop. (Creighton is out sick.) Because of a new law, they had to lay off 3/4 of their employees on Monday. Megan of the Smoke Station chain in Indianapolis explains the real damage that government regulation has on small business owners and their employees.
We are proud to introduce a new show to the Rivertown Radio world. We Are Libertarians is a political talk show from the viewpoint of guess who? That's right, Libertarians. These guys are from Indiana and have a non-mainstream take on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness...
WARNING! Some language. PG.
Our great Republic was born 236 years ago in 1776 and we at Political Graffiti pay tribute to the brilliant Founding Fathers sharing clips from speeches made during the Second Continental Congress by John Adams and a special presentation narrated by Ronald Reagan, "Freedoms Finest Hour." Happy Independence Day and God bless our American Republic.
Ken, John Oliver and Lucifer J, ask and answer hard hitting questions about Eric Holder and Barack Obama's involvement in Operation Fast and Furious the Mexican gun running operation that has killed hundreds if not thousands. Watergate on steroids!
John is under the weather this week so Ken is joined by Lucifer J. and The Loon News' Little Lonnie as the NY Times best Seller list is headed up by two, count 'em two Books that justifiably slam Obama. Obama loses The Obama Girl as well as voters across the board making November look mighty good right now. Eric Holder in the hot seat and is The White House leaking covert intelligence secrets to try and bolster Obama in an election year? Oh, and Obama has a new campaign strategy.....blame Bush....yeah that's original, all this week on Political Graffiti.
This week, Ken, Eddie and friends (yes, they have some, believe it or not) review Prometheus. The scores ranged from 3.5 to 4.5 so the guys really liked it. But beware, this is not Sygorney Weaver's Alien movie. This is more mystery and philosophy than boo. Creatures abound along with questions of faith and the origin of people...and stuff.