The Agenda: Cheap gas this holiday weekend; Charleston a 'culinary fantasyland'?; Pre-schedule your Ubers

R-Dogs surpass attendance record

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Drivers traveling through the Carolinas this holiday weekend will be paying the lowest price for gas in 11 years. Source: AP

Beginning yesterday, some Uber users in Charleston can start pre-scheduling rides instead of having to hope for an available drivers right when you need them. Source: P&C

Seeking to clarify what politicians are allowed to spend their campaign money on, the House Ethics Committee said yesterday that candidates can use campaign money to buy clothes, but should not use campaign funds to pay for the dry cleaning for those clothes. Source: AP, P&C

South Korea-based Hanjin Shipping, an international shipping line that makes stops in Charleston, is seeking bankruptcy protection. Source: P&C

The owner of Senor Tequila is heading to prison for deceiving labor regulators for improperly paying more than $106,000 in back wages to three employees. Source: P&C

The Charleston RiverDogs surpassed their attendance record at last night's game with 293,161 fans having walked through the turnstiles this season. Source: P&C

P&C's Hanna Raskin PREACHIN' in her column on the downtown Bi-Lo closure: "Downtown’s transformation into an artificial culinary fantasyland is closer to complete."

Speaking of: IHOP will open on East Bay Street later this year. Source: Eater


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