“Illusions on Main Street” Brings Glamorous, Legendary Ladies Back to the Stage
February 22, 2012, Conway, S.C. – The stage of Theatre of the Republic will be straining under the sheer weight of celebrity star power, as “Illusions on Main Street (with a Twist),” brings back the lovely ladies of the famed Jewel Box Revue.
Tracing its origins back to 1940s San
Do you know what would be good? If people kept their mouths shut more often. That’s what…Particularly on Facebook, twitter, Linked-in, Hulu, Zulu, etc. I cannot stress enough how aggravating it is to have my news feed, phone, and email blow up with every possible combination of wasted words in existence. I do not care about your fish tank. I will not “like” your status so that in your boredom you can “rate” me. And yes, Jesus will still love me if I do not forward that fluffy “super Christian” e-mail. (For one thing, that’s not even Jesus. He was a Hebrew. Not some girly looking white guy with green eyes.)
This time, Obi Wan Max and Ken the Hutt get in touch with their inner geek as they revel in the new Star Wars release. The talk also turns to the deeper meaning and life lessons to be garnered from the movie. Casper, on the other hand is out doing something productive and makes an appearance late in the show.
It might be cold today but fishing on a warm afternoon is less than 90 days away. So in the interest of economical goofing of...er...angling. We present this primer on growing bait on a budget. Leaves more money for bee...er...literary journals...yeah, that's it, literary journals. Anyway, get started today and you will be ready for the big ones in the spring.
This time, Ken and Eddie review the surprisingly good Chronicle, the very Harry Potter ghost story The Woman in Black and this week's Velveeta Award winner Big Miracle...
Plan your special day in Downtown Conway
Conway Downtown Alive presents the Conway Bridal Expo on Saturday, February 25 from noon-5:00 PM at the The Sidewheeler in Downtown Conway. The Conway Bridal Expo is presented with the generous support of Conway Rental Center, Cumulus Radio, Santee Cooper and PCRX Computers. With 40 vendors, the Conway Bridal Expo offers brides the opportunity to interact with potential vendors without the crowds of larger bridal showcases. A 4 PM Bridal Fashion Show features the spring collections from Haberdashery and Amanda's Collection. After visiting the expo hall attendees can utilize the Conway Alive Bride Guide to visit Downtown Shops that offer bridal registries and accessories. Admission to the Conway Bridal Expo is free and vendor spaces are still available.