In the James Bond film A View to a Kill, in Paris, Bond meets up with the unlikely French ‘tec M. Aubergine, who’s killed by a butterfly in the Restaurant Jules Verne, the pricey eaterie on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower.
Omakase Dinner - This month's dinner will be held on May 24, 2023, from 6-8 p.m. Come enjoy sushi courses curated by Chef Hunter and end with a sweet finish with a dessert from Chef Tori, Blu's in-house pastry chef. Tickets can be purchased online prior to the event
North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center
GRAMMY® Award-nominated rising country superstar Zach Bryan returns to the road in 2023 for the Burn Burn Burn North American Tour. Bryan’s first-ever live album Live From Red Rocks is available now. The musician’s chart-topping 2022 triple album, American Heartbreak, has become a critical sensation that continues to garner global accolades, appearing on numerous Year-End Best Of 2022 lists, and emerged as the “#1 Country Album on Spotify” for 2022 and has spent the past 104 consecutive days on Spotify’s “Today’s Top Hits chart.” To date, the album has accrued over 3 billion streams globally and has been RIAA certified Gold in the US and Canada along with Gold certified single “From Austin,” Platinum certified single “Heading South,” and now double-Platinum certified single “Something in the Orange,” which is currently on Billboard Top 10 Hot 100 chart. This past December 18th, Bryan and his band appeared on the smash television series Yellowstone (Season 5, Episode 7), performing “Motorcycle Drive-By” and “Summertime Blues,” from his Summertime Blues EP, while “Quittin Time” also graced the soundtrack. “The Good I’ll Do” and “Tishomingo,” have been heard in previous episodes and immediately ascended to the top of the Shazam chart in various locations around the world.
Lionsgate will host an early screening of a new horror-comedy movie called The Blackening on Tuesday, May 24th at 7 pm at Regal Palmetto Grande in Mt. Pleasant (1319 Theater Dr.). Passes, which are free, can be secured via the link below. Directed by Tim Story (Ride Along, Think Like A Man, Barbershop), The Blackening centers around a group of Black friends who reunite for a Juneteenth weekend getaway only to find themselves trapped in a remote cabin with a twisted killer. Forced to play by his rules, the friends soon realize they must pit their street smarts and knowledge of horror movies against the murderer to stay alive. Interested parties can download FREE movie passes via this link: lionsgatescreenings.com… The Blackening opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, June 16th.
Post House (101 Pitt St.) invites guests to a wine dinner on the restaurant’s back patio. The night is co-hosted by Master Sommelier and Old Village resident, Sarah Floyd of Luli Wines. The dinner will celebrate the brand’s new vintage collection. Based in the Santa Lucia Highlands in California, Luli Wines was founded in 2007 by Sarah Floyd and the Pisoni Family. Together, they focus almost exclusively on vineyards from the Santa Lucia Highlands and surrounding areas, producing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, and rose. Executive Chef Nick Wilber will create canapes and a four-course menu to pair with Luli Wines’ vintage selections (red and white). Luli Wines will also be available for guests to purchase following the dinner. Tickets are $125/guest, excluding tax and gratuity, and can be purchased through Resy
Queen Ruby's Pirate - Cruise of the Jeweled Princess 2023 A Participatory Community Drama. Read the back story of Queen Ruby and the Ladies in Raiding and prepare to join the drama. Those who have earned a pirate coin can purchase half price rum drinks at the bar. Food vendors will be on sight. Pirate attire encouraged.
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