"Paula Deen made headlines once again this week, abruptly shuttering her Savannah restaurant, Uncle Bubba's Seafood & Oyster House, on April 3. According a report from the Washington Post, employees showed up to work that day to find appliances being removed from the building and operation ceased completely."
I read about that at least two weeks ago. Are their employees totally daft? Don't they know who they're dealing with?
Why are you going all the way to the Ansley Kroger when Edgewood is so much closer to where you live?
We can't forget about Backstreet, with "Charlie Brown's Cabaret" on the roof. I saw Grace Jones passed out drunk on top of the bar on the lower dance floor.
Rich Jenkins wrote:
"Good riddance. The city and its taxpayers are still on the hook for this economic white elephant. It was basically a c. 1960 stadium with more skyboxes, even as Baltimore, Cleveland and other cities built better designed old/new stadiums that offered something to fans."
Turner Field (originally the Olympic Stadium) was built with private money. The Braves then spent their own money to upgrade it to what they wanted it to be.
You might be thinking about Atlanta-Fulton County stadium which was payed off long ago.
I, personally, hate the fact that the Braves are leaving the Ted. I've always thought the ballpark was gorgeous and a great place to see a game.
So sad. She was such a great asset to the city.
"The season for celebrating and spending time with loved ones is upon on us"
You might want to take another look at that sentence.
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