The Agenda: Brock to open Husk Nashville, Peatsy Hollings, and the value of your vote

Researchers going deep on harbor dredging


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Brock, Neighborhood Dining Group to open Husk Nashville
The restaurant group that owns Charleston restaurants McCrady's, Husk, and Queen Anne's Revenge announced that Chef Sean Brock will open Husk Nashville, saying they felt that the Nashville fine-dining scene is ripe for expansion.
Source: The Tennesseean, Post and Courier, Eater

Wife of former Sen. Fritz Hollings passes away at 77
Rita Louise "Peatsy" Hollings, wife of 41 years and often political and personal advisor to longtime senator Fritz Hollings, passed away Sunday night at the age of 77 after battling Alzheimer’s disease.
Sources: Post and Courier, The State

Manny's to open in former Patat Spot location
On Friday, we reported that Patat Spot on George St. closed earlier this month. It looks like the storefront, which has gone through its share of tenants in recent years, it will be replaced by Manny's Mediterranean Cafe.
Sources: Post and Courier
Related: Closings: Patat Spot, Mama Q's, Uno Mas

Charleston Harbor deepening project moves into deeper water
Researchers are scouring data gathered from Charleston Harbor floor surveys to find out where they might encounter problems as crews work to deepen the harbor by five feet.
Sources: Washington Post/AP

With herds thinning, hunters speak out on state wildlife policy
Some hunters and state environmental officials are concerned over how the state's wildlife management policy is crafted, with legislators doing much of the legwork rather than a state agency.
Sources: Post and Courier

What's your vote worth?
An interesting look at the relative value of your vote for president in the Palmetto State, a reliably Republican state these days, versus other states. Spoiler: The candidates are visiting our neighbors to the north for good reason.
Sources:The State



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