Discussion in 'SoWal Site Help & Announcements' started by Kurt Lischka, Jul 15, 2010.
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Scantly clad male models would be a start.
Scantily clad Alicia ??
No male junk for me, please (sorry, SWGB). It would have to be an equal opportunity scantilty clad letter...
How about "top 10" lists. For example, top 10 dishes from local restaurants (we had a great meal at George's - top of my list - this past weekend - my non-SoWal friends were very impressed) and a not-so-good-at-all dinner at a well-known local restaurant.
Other top 10 lists could be top 10 free things to do in SoWal, top 10 things to do with families, top 10 romantic restaurants/meals/places.
Another good thing to have information on in the newsletter would be handicap- accessbile beach accesses, activities, restaurants, shops, etc.
Stories about the local music, musicians.
Short stories about SoWal History - is it true people used to sell the SoWal sand to non-locals as sugar? (how about top 10 myths).
Tips involving some of the local, off the beaten path wonders that one normally has to live here for years to discover.....and scantily clad models would be great too!
Thank you guys - I always appreciate ideas and feedback.
I like this.
I forgot I already signed up.
I tried signing up twice too DD! lol
I'm in good company
How about an ask so and so column?
I like it.
also, a selection of member photos... thread of the week (could be recipe or ornament thread, or something funny or interesting, or latest local issue), or quote of the week (from forum)....
I like this idea a lot... definitely need to include the top thread(s), like a "Sowal chatter" section, what people are talking about. A "Post of the week" perhaps?
I would also like to see some real reviews... restaurants, music, theatre, art, films... we've got more and more options right here at home, and reviews not only inform readers, but also provide important feedback for the business/artists/entertainers.
I love the idea of an advice column...
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