34 Years Ago the World Stopped – Memories of The Challenger

Read More

34 years ago, the world stopped as nine dreamers vanished in a cloud of smoke into the atmosphere.  An event so emotionally damaging to a classroom of students that watched in exhilaration as their Teacher-in-space Sharon Christa McAuliffe joined payload specialist Gregory Jarvis; and astronauts Judith A. Resnik, mission specialist; Francis R. (Dick) Scobee, mission commander; Ronald E. McNair, mission specialist; Mike J. Smith, pilot; and Ellison S. Onizuka, mission specialist on a journey to the stars.

It was a dream come true, yet one that would end in tragedy just 73 seconds into the flight.  73 seconds into a magical countdown to space exploration, it was all over.  Students around the United States and the world watched as the shuttle vanished and the commentators spoke with uncertainty as to what had just transpired.  I remember the worlds vividly, “I hope they were able to survive.  I just don’t know.”

I recall leaning against the wall of the hallway, standing on line for lunch when Mr. Adams, our sixth grade science teacher walked slowly in the center of the two lines anguished.  He asked for our attention and explained to us what had just happened.

AP8601281739My older brother, whose passion for news and culture led to a six hour VHS tape of continuous news coverage and replay of the explosion until it was permanently branded into our brains.  It a time when our emotions and actions made us do things that were unexplainable.

As a child, becoming an astronaut was as important a dream as becoming a professional baseball player.  The idea of seeing the Earth as a small round object surrounded by darkness and stars was something we could only imagine in our sci-fi comic books.  To be Buck Rogers and maybe even meet an alien was the furthest spectrum of our over-zealous imaginations.  That all ended in seven adventurers in 73 seconds.

I have thought a lot over the last few years about what events truly magnified my senses and left an impression tattooed in my memory for the rest of my life.  For most, 9/11 is that moment.  An event so heinous; so shocking and so absolute that you became numb inside while being overtaken with silent anger.

The tragic event that occurred on January 28, 1986 was my event.  I had never witnessed or understood an event that froze my senses and awakened a level of understanding prior to this.  Like eating the apple in the Garden of Eden, this was the first moment I began to see a world I had never known; a world where people get hurt and good people die.

That was 30 years ago.  Even today, I can visualize all 73 seconds and beyond when that Y shaped stream of smoke appeared and the shuttle was gone.

memoria2I visited the memorial at Kennedy about 15 years ago.  I had goosebumps as I read the names.  I started to think of the students of Christa McAuliffe, and though they have grown up, my mind gravitated to those students watching as their teacher and mentor vanished into the sky in an instant fiery death.

When President Obama announced just before midnight that Bin Laden was killed in May, 2011, I was in a bar.  The crowd cheered, the bartender bought everyone a round of shots and within 3 minutes, everyone was back to their conversations about school, sports or drinking.  I looked around and thought about the Challenger.  In 1986, it was a time when we let out our emotions and tragedy had a moment to settle in.  Not much time has passed in the perspective of human evolution, but an entire world has changed.

Today, I will place extra special attention on remembering those brave members of NASA and their ultimate sacrifice.



?Charleston has been named one of the 12 Best US Fishing Cities for 2020 by FishingBooker!

Read More

The holiday season’s over and a new decade has begun. It’s time to look ahead at what 2020 will bring, and plan our next fishing trips. While we love small towns and remote waters that have an “untouched” charm, there’s not much to do once the trip is over. With that in mind, FishingBooker revealed its list of the best US fishing cities for 2020, and Charleston is one of them!

Why did Charleston make our list?

Anyone who’s cast a line in the local waters of Charleston won’t be surprised to find the city topping this list for the second year in a row. The shallow grass beds of the Lowcountry are famous for their big Red Drum, Flounder, and Seatrout. The city also has a solid Tarpon bite. It’s not all about the inshore action, though. Local reefs hold Snapper and Grouper. Past that, you can find Tuna, Sailfish, Marlin, and more.

The first thing to do in Charleston is to enjoy how beautiful it is. Take in the Antebellum mansions, cobbled streets, and live oaks. You should also visit the Old Slave Mart Museum to learn about the city’s – and the nation’s – history. Feeling hungry? Sample local Gullah cuisine, full of spices and piled high with shrimp, fish, rice, and okra. Round things off with some live jazz and a refreshing cocktail to beat the evening heat.

The full list of locations that made the list can be found below:

  1. New Orleans, LA
  2. San Francisco, CA
  3. Nashville, TN
  4. Charleston, SC
  5. Portland, OR
  6. Portland, ME
  7. Boston, MA
  8. Virginia Beach, VA
  9. Chicago, IL
  10. Miami, FL
  11. Colorado Springs, CO
  12. San Juan, PR

FishingBooker is the world’s largest platform for connecting anglers and fishing guides, with over 30,000 fishing trips available in more than 1,950 destinations worldwide.

Complete Article

Painting with a Twist Celebrates Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening in Goose Creek, SC

Read More

The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Painting with a Twist. The owners are Aubrie and Nathan Smith. Nathan is a Combat Engineer Officer in the United States Army. Painting with a Twist aims to inspire guests to come together and experience a unique ‘getaway’ that includes friends, paint, and wine. An experience at Painting with a Twist is led by local artists, encouraging guests to create and socialize in a step-by-step process that transforms bare canvases into fun art. Painting with a Twist offers a variety of events from corporate outings and bachelorette parties to date nights and family classes. The studio can accommodate up to 60 people in total, making painting accessible for a few friends or a private party. Painting with a Twist is located at 2511 N Main Street, Studio B, Summerville SC 29486 in Carnes Crossroads.

About the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce
The Berkeley Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in the greater Berkeley County area. The Chamber seeks to accomplish this vision by advocating for initiatives that enable businesses to grow, thrive and remain relevant and forward-thinking in an ever-changing world. The chamber exists to create a positive impact on our community. The Berkeley Chamber strives to be the unifying force that brings together and leads those who work to improve the quality of life in the Berkeley County region through business growth.

Photo Caption: From left to right front row: Emily, Employee; Nancy, Employee; Brittany, Employee; Aubrie Smith, Owner; Nathan Smith, Owner; Gayla McSwain, City of Goose Creek Councilmember; Steve Lattuca, Berkeley Chamber Board of Directors; From left to right back row: F. Gary White Jr.,City of Charleston Councilmember; Katie, Employee; Tanya Watson, Employee; Daniela, Employee; Aliza Holmes, Employee; Danielle White, Employee; Corey McClary, City of Goose Creek Councilmember;

Harris Teeter Grand Opening at West Ashley Circle set for Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Read More

Harris Teeter is proud to welcome shoppers to its West Ashley Circle location on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020, at 8 a.m. as the company celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The store has many unique features including handmade lobster rolls; trail mix bar; in-store smoked salmon; Asian hot foods bar; American hot foods bar; Starbucks; ExpressLane Online Shopping; and a drive-thru Pharmacy.

“Harris Teeter is thrilled to introduce the Charleston community to their brand new Harris Teeter,” said Danna Robinson, communication manager for Harris Teeter. “Our shoppers will experience the same World Class service they have come to know and expect from their Harris Teeter.”

In each of its stores, Harris Teeter strives to offer customers an excellent shopping experience, which begins with customer service and features high-quality products, variety, and selection. Harris Teeter also works to be a true community partner by supporting local schools and youth sports organizations, among other non-profit organizations.

Fast Facts
Store Address:
West Ashley Circle Shopping Center
3865 West Ashley Circle
Charleston, SC 29414
Square Footage: 53,000
Grand Opening Date: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020
Grand Opening Time: 8 a.m., ribbon cutting, store open immediately following
Store Hours1: 6 a.m. to midnight
Check-Out Lanes: 9 checkouts and 6 express checkouts

Store Features and Departments
Full-service Butchers Market with Rancher Beef, HT Reserve Angus Beef ? Fresh Store made Sausage, Burgers & Kabobs ? Expanded Full-Service Fishermans Market ? Fresh Made Lobster Rolls ? Fresh Steamed Seafood Daily ? In-Store Smoked Salmon Daily ? Full-service Floral Department ? Farmers Market Produce ? Trail Mix Bar ? Salad Bar ? Full-service Fresh Foods Market Deli/Bakery ? Store Made Pizza ? International Cheeses ? Custom Cakes and Ice Cream Cakes ? Sub Shop ? Asian & American Hot Foods Bar ? Party Trays ? Peanut Butter Grinders ? Bulk Candy ? Bulk Nuts & Snacks ? Drive-Thru Pharmacy ? Free Blood Pressure Testing ? Private, Professional Pharmacist Consultations ? Drug Interaction/ Allergy Screening ? Double Coupons ? Club 60 Discount ? Carryout Service ? Parcel Pick-up ? ExpressLane Online Shopping ? Starbucks ? Sit-down eating area ? ATM

Harris Teeter, with headquarters in Matthews, N.C., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR). The regional grocery chain employs approximately 30,000 associates and operates stores in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, Delaware, Florida and the District of Columbia.

Dancing with the ARK Stars Competition is Back to Raise Money for Local Families Living with Alzheimer’s or Related Dementia

Read More

SUMMERVILLE, S.C. –The ARK, Alzheimer’s Family Support Services will host its tenth annual Dancing with The ARK’s Stars fundraising event on March 14, 2020. A nurse practitioner, a dentist, as well as a county and town official, are among the local personalities trading their day jobs for dancing shoes to raise money for Alzheimer’s or related dementia. The fundraiser, which pairs local celebrities with professional dancers will take place at Eidson Gym, Pinewood Preparatory School in Summerville at 7 p.m. Tickets for the event are on sale now.? ?

“These local personalities and professional dancers work hard and practice for several weeks leading up to their live performance. They work extremely hard to raise funds to support The ARK’s mission. Now more than ever, it is imperative that we work to raise awareness and funds for families living with Alzheimer’s or related dementia,” said Peg Lahmeyer, executive director of The ARK. “More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, and as many as 16 million will have the disease by the year 2050.”?

Tickets are $65 in advance and $75 at the door. The evening includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, open bar, and a silent auction. Cocktail attire is requested. Purchase tickets online at TheARKofSC.org or call 843-471-1360 for information.

Proceeds from this premier fundraiser support the many programs of The ARK as it provides essential services for families dealing with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. Serving five counties: Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, and Orangeburg. The ARK offers respite care, support groups, caregiver consultation, caregiver education workshops, resource referrals, law enforcement and first responders training, community learning programs, and rural services development.

Each dancer is paired with a professional dance partner from the sponsor, Ballroom Dance Charleston. The dancing duos will perform at the event for a chance to win one of two titles: the Judge’s Award or the People’s Choice Award voted on by the audience.?

The 2020 celebrity dancers are:

  • Ginger Arntz, nurse practitioner, Elite Patient Care
  • Cecil Buddin, retired
  • Marshall Connor, assistant vice president for continuing education, Trident Technical College
  • Russell Cornette, director of public works, Town of Summerville
  • Kristi Dillard, dentist, Kari Ryan Dentistry
  • Hannah Moldenhauer, county public information officer, Berkeley County
  • John Scott, Pastoral Assistant, St. Paul’s Summerville
  • Jillian Weatherford, project manager, Creekside Consulting

Similar to the hit TV show “Dancing with the Stars,” four couples will dance in each round, with the two couples receiving the most judges’ votes competing in a “dance-off” to win the Judge’s Award. The couple receiving the most votes by dollars wins the mirror ball trophy for the People’s Choice Award. Votes are $10 each and can be cast in advance at TheARKofSC.org or at the event.

Dorchester County Probate Judge, Mary Blunt is The Dancing with the ARK’s Star’s 2020 “Mirror Ball Sponsor.” This is Judge Blunt’s ninth year as The ARK’s title sponsor in memory of her mother, Dr. Lidia Vallarino, who had Alzheimer’s.

Dancing with The ARK’s Stars will be held at Pinewood Preparatory School for the tenth consecutive year. Pinewood Preparatory School is an independent, college preparatory school dedicated to excellence in the intellectual, physical, ethical, and social development of its students, families, faculty, and staff.

The 2019 Dancing with The ARK’s Stars event raised $104,000. Nearly 450 people watched local celebrities and professional dancers compete. Steven Jackson, general manager at NW White & Company, along with his professional partner, Sarah Sharpe, took home the Mirror Ball trophy as The People’s Choice winner. Jackson raised more than $19,800. Bill Marshall, executive vice president for sales and marketing at Architrave LLC, also partnered with Sharpe, received the Judges’ Choice trophy.


Based in Summerville, The ARK is a local nonsectarian nonprofit outreach program providing hope and relief to families living with Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Dementia (ADRD). Support services include social respite care, support groups, education, caregiver consultations, resource referrals, and community development. For more information, call 843-471-1360 or visit thearkofsc.org.?


Participation-driven community announced in Charleston with street art partnership

Read More

LC (Lifestyle Communities), just announced its latest participation-driven rental community, LC Line Street in Charleston. The development will straddle where the Lowcountry LowLine, an extensive urban park aimed at reconnecting the neighborhoods split by the rail line and I-26, will be. The project will be LC’s first in Charleston and is scheduled to break ground in late spring 2020, with tentative completion slated for the end of 2022.

Dedicated to maintaining the architectural character and cultural feel of Charleston within the new community, LC is collaborating with local street artists, Dos Banditos, on an artistic fence wrap to mark the beginning of its long-term partnership with the city. The design depicts the site’s current structures and will rotate over the course of the development, sharing the story of the original site use, its evolution over time and how the future community will build upon its rich past.

The $120 million Phase I of the project will consist of 293 apartment homes and 22,000 square feet of common areas.

?Bluemercury Brings Luxury Beauty to Mount Pleasant, SC – Grand Opening Saturday, January 25, 2020

Read More


Washington, DC (January 8, 2020) – Bluemercury, the nationwide luxury cosmetics retailer and cosmetics brand developer, today announced that it will open the brand’s fourth store location in South Carolina on January 10, 2020. The 1,892-square-foot corner-facing store will open officially in Mount Pleasant, SC at 1230 Belk Drive, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464. It will be Bluemercury’s 201st location.

  • Bluemercury is hosting a?Grand?Opening?Celebration?on?Saturday, January 25th!
  • When doors open at 10 am, the first 50 attendees will receive a FREE beauty gift bag in a Bluemercury tote!

Grand Opening Celebration Date: Saturday, January 25, 2020

Store Location: Bluemercury Mount Pleasant – 1230 Belk Drive, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Bluemercury was founded in 1999 by Marla and Barry Beck and is widely recognized as the nation’s largest and fastest-growing luxury beauty and spa retail chain. This iconic high-growth luxury brand now boasts more than 183 specialty stores nationwide. Marla and Barry’s continued mission for Bluemercury is to be the friendly neighborhood beauty store where customers can receive expert, honest beauty advice. The Bluemercury approach always starts with the customer and providing them with a premium and more engaging shopping experience.

This will be the brands fourth location in South Carolina and the third location in the Charleston area. The brand’s location at 255 King Street opened in 2010, with the second location in Kiawah Island opening in 2017. The brand also has a store location in Greenville.

“We are excited to open our latest Bluemercury store in Mount Pleasant, SC,” said Marla Beck, CEO, and Co-Founder of Bluemercury. “I’m thrilled that we’re able to serve the Mount Pleasant community by offering them a conveniently located destination for all of their beauty needs.”

Bluemercury locations carry luxury skincare brands such as Crème de la Mer, Revive, Darphin, M-61 Powerful Skincare and Kiehl’s, along with cosmetics brands NARS, Hourglass, Lune+Aster, RMS Beauty, and more. Clients will also enjoy Bluemercury’s signature in-house spa treatments. Bluemercury has performed more than 10 million spa treatments since the company was founded and was rated by O, The Oprah Magazine as having one of the best facials in America.

Bluemercury Mount Pleasant will be located at 1230 Belk Drive, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464.

About Bluemercury

Bluemercury was founded in 1999 by Marla and Barry Beck and is widely recognized as the nation’s largest and fastest-growing luxury beauty and spa retail chain. This iconic high-growth luxury brand now boasts more than 201 specialty stores nationwide. Bluemercury joined Macy’s, Inc. through acquisition in March 2015 and is the go-to destination for all your luxury beauty needs. Bluemercury stores are embedded in local communities near where clients live and work. The Bluemercury approach always starts with the customer and providing her with a better and more engaging shopping experience.

For additional information on Bluemercury visit Bluemercury.com, follow Bluemercury on Facebook, and @bluemercury on Instagram and Twitter.

Press Contact:

Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic for Lowcountry Hospitality Workers

Read More

Everyone Deserves a little ‘Southern Hospitality’ – Especially Charleston’s Hospitality Workers. 

As of September 2019, Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic has extended all free healthcare services to include eligible, low income, uninsured adults who work in the hospitality industry of Downtown Charleston. The HIP [Hospitality Inclusion Project] Initiative aims to expand patient eligibility and provide free healthcare, specialty referrals, and low/no-cost prescription services to all uninsured adults ages 18-65 who serve the hospitality industry of Charleston’s Peninsula, inclusive of all downtown food, beverage, and lodging businesses. [Are you eligible? Take this quiz.]

As a large, 140-volunteer free clinic located on Johns Island just over the Stono River Bridge from downtown Charleston, we are well-positioned to meet the demands of the often low income, uninsured population comprising our hospitality industry. Clinic services include:

  • Primary Care
  • Dermatology
  • Psychiatry
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Gynecology
  • Urology 
  • Cardiology
  • Reproductive Health
  • Nutrition
  • Low/No Cost Prescriptions
  • Labs & Imaging
  • Free referrals to 19 off-site sub-specialty practices as needed.

As a part of our HIP Initiative, prior to submitting a patient application, all prospective patients must first demonstrate that they meet the base guidelines for free health care services at Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic. HIP Eligible Patients Must:

*Prospective HIP patients will demonstrate initial eligibility by stating their 1. Current place of employment; 2. Household size and/or financial support for both family/dependent housing or non-familial rent sharing status; and 3. Indicate monthly or annual income.

Official Website

Charleston Serves; Charleston Cares.?It has long been our philosophy that everyone deserves the dignity of healthcare. We are now fortunate to be able to return the hospitality to those who serve as the backbone of what we consider to be a truly welcoming city.

Help Spread the Word! Follow Us on Twitter @BIFMCovers or use the tag: #HIPchs

Are you eligible? Take this short quiz to help determine your eligibility, or call us at 843-266-9800. You can also email info@bifmc.org.

Click Here for Application Forms and Resources.

Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is a 501c3 non-profit medical clinic in Charleston, SC. We provide free medical care to eligible patients just like any family practitioner or internist – at no cost. The Free Clinic serves uninsured adults living at or below 299 % of the Federal poverty level who live or work on the Barrier Islands or serve Charleston’s Downtown Hospitality Industry. You can follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

Charleston RiverDogs Hire Jason Kempf as Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations

Read More

CHARLESTON, S.C. – RiverDogs President and General Manager Dave Echols has announced the hiring of Jason Kempf as the next Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the Charleston RiverDogs. He replaces Matt Dean, who is now assuming a similar role with the Fayetteville Woodpeckers (Advanced-A, Houston Astros).

Kempf joins the RiverDogs after spending the previous two seasons with the Quad Cities River Bandits (Single-A, Houston Astros) as Director of Media Relations and Broadcasting, where he provided play-by-play and color commentary in addition to coordinating media coverage, among other responsibilities. Prior to working with the River Bandits, Kempf spent time with the Dayton Dragons, Wichita Wingnuts and the RiverDogs’ sister team in the Goldklang Group, the St. Paul Saints.

“Jason is a confident individual with an abundance of experience and knowledge,” said Echols. “We know from Jason’s past experience, especially with our sister team in St. Paul, that he will be a great fit with the RiverDogs.”

As the club’s new Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations, Kempf will occupy the role as the liaison between the RiverDogs and the Charleston media in addition to serving as the voice of the club for all 140 contests during the 2020 season.

Fans can catch Kempf on the call for all RiverDogs games on WTMA 1250 AM in the tri-county area, online streaming on the TuneIn Radio app and on MiLB.tv with a subscription. Sunday home games will once again be broadcasted on MyTV Charleston.

With the 2019 season in the books, the RiverDogs look ahead toward 2020 Opening Day on Thursday, April 9 at Riley Park. Season ticket plans, including options to the Riley Park Club, are available by contacting the RiverDogs front office at 843-577-3647 (DOGS). A full schedule for the 2020 season is available at riverdogs.com.

3 Great Charleston Restaurants that set the standard for quality, value and community – Kiss Cafe, Dellz and Dashi

Read More

A great restaurant is not defined solely by its commitment to quality and customer service, but its ability to create and harness a sense of community.  The true mark of success is longevity and that foundation begins with its customer base.

Three local area restaurants embody that rare combination of quality, value, customer service, and community and for that we thank them.

As we thought about these three community-driven restaurants we found some common themes:

  1. Family owned with an extension of that family feel to all their employees
  2. Community spirit and pride
  3. Quality and freshness of food with strong local partnerships
  4. Value in cost
  5. A unique style and culture
  6. A deep focus on the most important element of success, the customer

The three restaurants that truly have created a remarkable dining experience and culture are Kiss Café on Johns Island, Dellz in downtown Charleston (Crosstown) and Dashi in North Charleston.

Kiss Cafe

Kiss Café

Kiss Café was born from the imagination of a husband and wife team who, in less than 3 months have solidified themselves as one of the top breakfast and lunch destinations in the Lowcountry. With a focus on freshness and imagination, they have created a menu that is truly from the heart.? Let us see if this entices you:? The biscuits and gravy are made from scratch, their hot sauce and jams are homemade and remarkably addictive with their explosive flavor, the corned beef is made to perfection, fresh Ramen with broth made in-house and the Brioche French Kiss, and Belgium waffles will melt their way down your throat.? Maybe a glass of champagne or white wine with a French dip may be more your style.? Whether it is lunch or breakfast or perhaps a cocktail with friends, there is no bad experience at Kiss Café.? Finally, when you walk in the door, the staff will make you feel like you are part of a family Thanksgiving dinner in their own homes.?

Surprise:  Soon the newest breakfast and lunch location on Johns Island will be launching a monthly wine and dinner pairing evening.  Go to their website and sign up to be the first to receive notifications. Click Here to Sign Up

Full Menu – Kiss Café

Kiss Cafe

Dellz Charleston

With an emphasis on vegan and vegetarian cuisine, a passionate commitment to the community, décor that blends 70’s vinyl with pop culture and vegan nachos and a portabella, avocado wrap that is to die for, Dellz is an awakening disguised as quaint, local dining in Charleston.  Dellz has great food made with love and that love is directly extended to the community.  The thing that truly makes Dellz remarkable is the feeling of warmth, happiness and belonging you get once you step inside.  Your body eagerly celebrates the quality ingredients about to enter and your mind is spiritually refreshed.  There is a reason folks yearn for their next visit each time they leave Dellz.

Full Menu – Dellz Charleston



Many locals may know Dashi from its origins as a food truck. The original blueprint for this Asian and Latin Fusion was a mobile vehicle.? Now they have laid roots in North Charleston on Remount Road.? Chef Stephen Thompson has created a unique menu that is mouthwatering.? His zest for food and life extend out to every dish from the steamed bun to Thai Curry Stir Fry to his unique spin on Paella.? No casual and hip experience is complete without a full-service bar and outdoor seating for all our dog lovers in the neighborhood.?

There is something else, the cool factor.  You know what I mean and very few restaurants have it.  When you dine here, you just feel cool.  Even if you don’t have an amazing canvas of tattoos or piercings, you still feel hip and part of a movement.  Dashi has created a culture of casual, hip and fun with a remarkable menu of incredible food.

Full Menus – Dashi


There you have it.? Three incredible restaurants in the Charleston community each with their own unique journey that has created an environment focused on high-quality menus, value, community, and style.? If you have not found your way, make time soon.? Warning, they may become addictive.

Photos courtesy of Dellz, Kiss Cafe and Dashi Instagram