Bill Murray: Actor, minor league baseball team owner, tourist attraction.
Murray, the iconic actor who calls Charleston home, was reportedly enjoying dinner at a local steakhouse Memorial Day weekend, when a group of Boston College students in town for a bachelor party saw him and asked him to give their future groom buddy some advice.
Murray showed up but instead gave them some words of wisdom. “I’m going to give you this advice because it’s too late for this guy.”
One of the guys posted the video on his Facebook page.
Watch it here.
The video has been spreading like wildfire after it was picked up by
Deadspin’s The Concourse blog.
Murray sightings are pretty common in Charleston – especially at Charleston RiverDogs games – but they can still be a big deal, apparently. Reddit even has a
thread dedicated to Murray sightings.
Nope, that’s not Michael Kenton. That’s Michael Keaton at The MacIntosh in Charleston. Pardon their typo. They were obviously excited to have the star of Beetlejuice and Batman in their establishment.
They even made Keaton his very own Batman funnel cake, shown in this picture by Jacob Huder via
Another unedited, unconfirmed video of the
Myrtle Beach fatal shootings has surfaced on YouTube. This one appears to show fighting among several people and then you can hear very loud gunshots.
Earlier I posted
another graphic video that appears to have been recorded in the moments just after the shooting.
You can see it below:
Details are still trickling out about
Saturday night’s triple shooting in front of a Myrtle Beach motel that left three Lowcountry residents dead. A fourth person was injured.
This uncensored, unconfirmed video posted on YouTube today that appears to have been shot in the moments just after the shooting. It has 26 views as of this posting.
second video in which gunshots are audible has also been posted.
As Google Glass and GoPro become more and more popular there will probably be a day when we will be tired of seeing first-person videos of everything.
Until then here’s a still-unique first-person video of the 2014 College of Charleston graduation ceremony, as seen by graduate Michael Feliciano. Enjoy.