CLEMSON — The way Tyler Krieger spoke, it was almost like the nightmare in Nashville happened yesterday and not more than half a year ago.
Across Charleston, bowlfuls of shrimp-and-grits often come saturated with scads of butter and a heap of heavy cream. But the locally-traditional version of the breakfast dish is made with brown gravy, a custom Orrin Mallard upholds at his new seafood take-out in North Charleston.
With a style that balances the grittiest side of Americana, the Southern corners of classic rock, the melancholic lilt of classic guitar-pop and a progressive approach to Southern culture within the modern world, Drive-By Truckers carry much more than most rock bands on the circuit.
With 30 million passengers and 400 million flight miles under its belt, the 787 Dreamliner is performing even better than advertised, prompting optimism about this year’s ramp-up in production and the program’s move toward profitability.
The Obama administration remains opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline for its supposed potential to harm the environment. Meanwhile, it announced Tuesday that offshore exploration for oil off the Atlantic coast is OK.
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