Around Town: Edison Ale House

We (“hubby” and I ) consider ourselves “foodies”. We love finding local eateries to dine.  This local “gem” looks small from the outside, but the inside has the feel of an Irish pub (see here).

My “meatatarian” tried the Iron Bound Burger (below):


I, however opted for the Blackened Salmon Wrap ( seen below):


The atmosphere was nice and quickly began to fill as people attending the hockey game came to dine before the 8pm start. We enjoyed the meal and look forward to trying some of the other menu items in the future.

I’ll leave these here so you can drool . . until next time.


In “other” News – Vol. 3


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Here are the latest in “head scratching” news (in case you missed it):

Caught Red Faced

New Life and a New Car??

You Can’t Make Me Leave

Gumball Goof

Clean Yo’ Hands ! !

Hope this keeps you LOL until next time.




What Next Walmart??

photo courtesy of I Heart The Mart

Last year Wal-Mart decided to cut costs by having its employees deliver packages read here.

Now,  they are jumping into grocery delivery here.  So, if Wal-Mart is known for cutting costs and corners how long will it be until employees are knocking on your door with your groceries?  I’m not sure how I feel about that.

Something to ponder until next time .

History in SC.

It’s not often you are personally related to a history moment, but last month I witnessed it first-hand.  The block buster movie, Black Panther has grossed (as of this posting) $786.3 million !!

The impressive list of notable stars is definitely worthy of your consideration, however there are unsung heroes that work tirelessly behind the scenes in production, lighting, set design, accounting, catering and wardrobe whose names are often relegated to a 2-5 second screen scroll as movie race for the exits.

Allow me to take a moment to brag about a fellow South Carolinian that will forever be a part of this historic event.  We graduated from the same high school in Charleston, SC and I am honored to share his contribution in this epic film here.

photo courtesy of Quartz

It’s not often you’re able to directly relate to history moment, but it is truly special when you know someone directly linked to such a historical moment on the silver screen.  Well done, Paul.

. . . until next time.