To date, I’ve written 21 profiles of local entrepreneurs. It’s been an honor to talk to all of them, and share their stories with the community.
Unfortunately, the audience has been limited; the papers I currently write for do not have my stories online. This makes it hard for anyone who might want to read them weeks after the original published date, difficult. So I’ve posted the stories here as submitted, and will update this post with new stories as they come out. [UPDATE:I’ve added 3 stories since this post was originally written: Voodoo, the Terrace, and Sushi Ninja.]
Below is a list of PDFs of the stories as submitted, accompanied by what the article looked like in print. All stories have been previously published, from November 2012-March 2013.
For convenience, they are followed by links to stories written for Eat This Charleston. Eat This Charleston stories are all online.
Sushi Ninja at Oak Barrel Tavern, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays (Avondale, Savannah Highway)
Fourth Annual Charleston Film Festival at the Terrace Theater, March 7-10 (Maybank Highway)
Cuba Libre: Voodoo Tiki Bar and Lounge heats up Sundays with Havana Nights (Avondale, off Hwy 17 on Magnolia Street)
Spayghetti Benefit for Pet Helpers (this was 12 restaurants, all over the Lowcountry, so I can’t list all the locations).
A Detour Onto Mex 1–Mex 1 Coastal Cantina (on Hwy 61 in West Ashely, before it forks off as Hwy 171 and then links into Hwy 7.)
Going Brazilianuts…Brazilianuts & Gathering Cafe bring you a taste of Brazil, starting with Bahia…(Gathering Cafe is on Hwy 7, just after the North Bridge off I-26)
Bowling You Over…Ladles soup, salad and sandwiches (on Folly Road, James Island, and in West Ashley off Bees Ferry. There are Ladles all over the Lowcountry and they are expanding to Buffalo, NY.)
The Sloppier The Better, The Sloppy Cow stuffed burgers and stuff (off Harborview Rd. on James Island)
Blending Retro and Modern, Ms Roses Fine Food and Cocktails (on Hwy 7 near the North Bridge off I-26)
A Lot of Changes Going On…The Lot, the new farm to table concept at the Charleston Pour House (on Maybank Hwy.)
And my stories in Eat This Charleston, which are exclusively online:
‘Eleventh article written for Eat This Charleston, “Jack Hurley: Linking the Entrepreneurial Spirit, Classic American Food and the Modern Palate”
‘Tenth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Sellsfish, They’ve Got Their Heads On And They’re Working Their Tails Off. Paul Godbout Knows His Fish and Tells No ‘Fish Stories’ “
‘Ninth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Coastal Cupboard Where There’s Always Something Cooking”
‘Eighth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Callie’s Charleston Biscuits Rise to Fame”:
‘Seventh article written for Eat This Charleston, “Carolina Creole, Hot and Sweet as a Lowcountry Summer”
‘Sixth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Scales, Enlightenment for the Cocktail Scene”
‘Fifth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Charleston Chops, A Cut Above”…
‘Fourth article written for Eat This Charleston, “Roots Ice Cream, get your licks on route King and Calhoun”
‘Third article written for Eat This Charleston, Coastal Coffee Roasters, A Cup of Culture and Community
‘Second article written for Eat This Charleston…it’s something sweet, bon appetit! “Carla Walker Baking Up Nostalgia with a Twist–CarlaBakes of Avondale”
‘First article written for Eat This Charleston…Drink up, and cheers! Charleston Bold n’ Spicy
Thanks for reading!
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UPDATE: It’s June 10, 2014, and I’ve written over forty articles in print and online, not to mention all those blogposts. You can find my printed article portfolio online at kathleenwcurry.contently.com. I also update the slideshows on this blog when my work appears in print or online. Click the link to see an example. You will find other slideshows under “Hire Me->Samples-><<Sampleslistedbypublication>>. Thanks for checking out my work.