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Market Common Christmas

What’s Happening at the Market Common this Holiday Season Strolling down the streets of the Market Common this time of year, it’s easy to adopt a more leisurely, exploratory pace than even my acquired slow southern stride. During December, there’s an added layer of richness permeating the air that’s captivating, that makes me want to …

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Market Common Ballet

A Market Common Non-profit “When I was a young student coming from the Philippines,” Liza Mata tells me, “I thought that the Nutcracker was a ballet you could perform anytime of the year, like Swan Lake or Sleeping Beauty. But coming to the United States, I learned that every other dance company here stages it …

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Market Common Butternut Soup

Our recipe this month is brought to you by {bib.on Meals creator, AC Bethea. AC is a Conway native who serves up vegan and gluten free baked goods and wholesome delectable meals along with yummy recipes for us. Her main ingredient is love. To learn more, visitbibonmeals.com. This winter month, she’s gone nuts for butternut! …

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Market Common Resident – Angie Miller by Melissa LaScaleia Introduce me to your family. My husband and I have four children, two mine and two his; 3 grandsons, 2 granddaughters, and 1 grandson on the way. We have three dogs—two German Schnauzers, Angel and Roxy, and an Australian cattle dog rescue, Sydney. Why did you …

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Market Common Redevelopment

Remembering the Past with Colonel Buddy Styers This story is part 3 of a 7 part series, which chronicles the redevelopment of the former Air Force base into the Market Common area as we know it today. Our history continues where we left off with the November issue. By the time the parcel of land …

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12.16 - Market Common History

Our history section this month is in honor of the late colonel Edsel “Coupe” J. DeVille, who was stationed at the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base in 1978, and passed away this fall, on October 21, 2016. DeVille Street, one of the main streets in the Market Common, is named after him, in commemoration of …

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We’re getting into the spirit of the holidays here at the Insider office. And putting together this month’s edition has certainly made us grateful for the many opportunities around us to celebrate and enjoy the season. We’re pleased to bring attention to a local Market Common non-profit— The Coastal Youth Ballet Theatre and their production …

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Market Common Charlie's Corner

Not so long ago, the Sugar Plum fairies who sprinkle magic and sometimes mischief around the
holidays took Charlie’s pen and penned this tale of him, and left it by his water bowl. Charlie was so delighted with it, that he was happy to pass the baton to them this month, and share it with his …

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