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MundoVibe.com locates in Charleston, streams every Thursday at Black Tap Coffee
Fans of world, jazz and electronic music in Charleston can now soak in the latest sounds while sipping espresso, coffee and tea at a weekly listening event hosted by world music website MundoVibe.com at Black Tap Coffee.
Now based in Charleston, MundoVibe.com is a leading site for world music, encompassing a wide range of musical genres. In its ten years online the site has gained a loyal readership with its mix of interviews, news, mixes and free tunes. Every Thursday, from 4-7PM, MundoVibe’s Editor, J.C. Tripp, will present new and unreleased material from a global roster of musicians.
Much of the music will be “yet unreleased”, giving listeners a preview of what’s …
New Local Map and Guide for Downtown Charleston Released
Adding to the mix of maps and guides to Charleston, but with a local business focus, C: Charleston released its first edition in May and is now available a numerous downtown locations. Designed and published by J.C. Tripp of JCT Creative, C: Charleston features a unique square format that folds out to reveal short articles, a business directory, a calendar of cultural events, a map of downtown and display ads of sponsors.
C: Charleston is the antithesis of glossy, ad saturated tourist maps that flood downtown, opting for a simple but elegant design with black ink and uncoated paper. Its initial print run of 4,000 copies will be circulated throughout May at local cafes, galleries, …
MoneyCon: A day of lectures, documentaries and discussion on money
The near collapse of the U.S. economy in 2008 was the result of 30 years of increased risk-taking and reduced regulation in the U.S. banking and finance industry. According to the 'New York Times' the U.S. government has made commitments of about $12.2 trillion and spent $2.5 trillion on the bailout of financial institutions.
With numbers like these, there is no doubt that the American tax payer is footing the bill for what has been called "the biggest transfer of wealth in history." The average cost of the bailout per taxpayer: $18,116.
With numbers like these, one might …