Um, I don't think Harry Potter World is part of Disney World. It is part of Universal.
I went there a few days ago... they're not quit
It appears the author's constant state of inebriation is starting to affect her cognition, as this piece contains at least two grammatical errors:
= There ARE not one, but two trolleys
= ...spotted faves for the boyfriend and ME
Sista needs AA, not brunch.
After reading all your articles, I finally got to experience Charlotte with you....had the best time and can't wait to return. I love you to infinity and beyond!
Chick needs AA.
I just moved here and I'm petrified of the dating scene. Being 56 sure doesn't help. Also, the plural of ex is exes.
Try swing dancing. Take a look at the Lindy Focus and GottaSwingCharlotte Facebook groups.
Missed Zombie Fest and Halloween Parade in North Wilkesboro
So surprising coming from you!!!! LOL
The friend really isn't that cool
This friend of Zach seems cool
One obvious choice and I can't believe you left it off is sycamore brewery. Also tyber creek and angry ale's have great patios
I'm not one to turn down an invite to kick back a few cold ones at OMB, but this columnist's repetitive narrative of drunkenness - including getting so smashed she can't even remember an interview she's getting paid to conduct - is becoming disturbing. I don't think Charlotte needs Alcoholic Pornography, which is the gig Ms. Spruill seems determined to succeed at.
Every gay person in Charlotte knows how few choices there are with regard to gay clubbing/nightlife here, so it's no surprise that a place like Cathode Azure isn't trying too hard. And given how small the venue is, this sad state of affairs might be just as well. Sadly, once a newer place opens--and one always eventually does--I have a feeling this joint will go the way of all that have come before it (think Marigny, Velocity, Genesis, Stonewall, The Garden and Gun Club, etc). Now, mind you, the physical space of Cath Az, despite being a bit challenged in the square footage department, isn't bad. The problem is more with the music--and therefore the general atmosphere, which, alas, is nothing new when it comes to Charlotte gay clubs. For some reason, club managers and DJs in this area seem afraid to risk playing anything cutting-edge or little known, which true, hardcore, regular club-goers want to hear. Instead, they opt for what they think is safer stuff--such as "dance remixes" of the radio's top 40 hits, which might be fine if the idea is to cater only to those occasional nightlifers who are afraid to dance to anything they haven't heard before. Too often, though, this just leads to sets filled with bad versions of pop songs that were never originally meant to be high-energy dance numbers. It also leads to jarring, inappropriate shifts in tempo, energy and mood--not unlike listening to the radio. It's no way to carry a crowd into blissful surrender on the dance floor, which any DJ worth his or her salt should strive to do. When Charlotte DJs should be giving clubbers meaty stuff, perhaps a bit dark, perhaps a bit deep, instead they offer only airy fluff with no substance. And the DJs at Cathode Azure are among the worst offenders as far as this goes. Their sets are filled with two-minute ditties that bounce erratically across the spectrum from R&B to hip hop to bubble gum pop to--well, you get the picture. And if they veer away from the current radio fare, it's only to dredge up the most overplayed, worn-out hits from yesteryear. Sadly, most Charlotteans are so inured to this being the norm that they just ride it out as best they can...until, of course, the next new club opens. It's only a matter of time before Cathode Azure goes the way of those that preceded it because the likelihood of its management staff making any changes is slim to none.
Great Timing !
But, I'm sure you've never made a typo either.
Dear Mr. John Q.,
I take it you've never locked your self out of your car or forgot to turn a light off or had too much to drink? Take your uptight condemnation elsewhere. You're clearly not ready for anyone that's telling the truth about what it is light to be a mid-twenties female post-college pre-kids/marriage. Until you walk a mile in someones shoes, it's best not to judge.
This column is genuinely disturbing. It's obvious that the author is an alcoholic. I hope she at least had the courtesy to call and cancel the doctor's appointment before calling Uber. And then called the doctor again to start detox. Can't remember where her car keys are and then can't remember getting tramp-stamped? Not cute. Not funny. Not entertaining.
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