A new pizzeria-on-wheels will roll onto Charleston's food-truck scene next week.
Zombie Bob's Pizza, a food truck started by locals Ryan Dedrickson and Morgan Hallman, passed their final inspection Wednesday and hope to set up the truck for business sometime next week.
The menu priced from $4-$15 will offer made-to-order pies, slices, salads and calzones. The sourdough crust will be made with Holy City Brewing's Pluff Mud Porter.
The owners are still working out where to park the truck, but they will keep a schedule posted at www.zombiebobspizza.com and their Twitter and Facebook pages, Dedrickson said.
And although it's a mobile pizzeria, Zombie Bob's doesn't offer delivery.
LaVida Massage, a national wellness and massage spa franchise, has opened in Hanahan. The spa, at 1000 Tanner Ford Blvd. in Hanahan Crossing, is the first South Carolina location.
Franchise co-owners Vince Martone and Wes Atkinson opened the business last month. Therapist Mary Jeffries, who recently recovered from breast cancer, will donate a portion of the proceeds from each massage to a cancer charity of her choice for the next two years, according to a statement.
Half-Moon Outfitters is expanding to Augusta. The outdoors retailer based in Charleston has announced it will open a 7,500-square-foot store in the Washington Crossing, a shopping center that's under development. It is part of the company's plans to expand its presence in Georgia and throughout the Southeast, said spokeswoman Polly Dickson.
Buy the book
The Charleston Library at 68 Calhoun St. will host the Summer Book Sale from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2-4 p.m. Sunday.
There will be donated books, DVDs and CDs for sale priced from $1 each. The Charleston Friends of the Library, a nonprofit volunteer organization, uses proceeds from the book sale to help fund services, equipment, training and other needs at Charleston County public libraries.
Reach Abigail Darlington at 937-5906 and follow her on Twitter @A_Big_Gail
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