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Celebrating Our Second Anniversary and Evolution into the Coastal Insider by Melissa LaScaleia It’s been two very full years since we published our first edition of the Insider at the Market Common.  And we’re celebrating our achievements this month by sharing with you the story of our journey from then to now. The concept of …

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Charlie’s Corner is the domain of Charlie, the furry four-legged lady’s man of Market Common.  Each month, he’ll share information to help all new, visiting, and existing doggie community members get the most out of life along side their human companions.  Here, we’ll feature his reflections on what it’s like to be a dashing downtown …

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For Children by the Town of Surfside Beach Crafter’s Cove is a weekly event sponsored by the Town of Surfside Beach and EdVenture Myrtle Beach. EdVenture Myrtle Beach, formerly the Children’s Museum of South Carolina, is the first satellite location for EdVenture Children’s Museum in Columbia—the largest children’s museum in the southeast. Staff from the …

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June 2018 What does June mean to you? Usually it signals beach time, picnics and Bar-B-Qs . Some of us struggle with putting on a bathing suit or wearing shorts; wearing fewer clothing reveals our bodies more than we want to, and weight loss becomes a focal point and frustration.  Nothing seems to work, or …

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by Melissa LaScaleia This month, we explore the origins of the 354th Fighter Group of the United States Air Force, which was stationed at the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base for many years. The roots of the 354th stretch back to the inception of the 342nd Fighter Day Wing which was implemented at the Myrtle Beach …

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Opens in the Market Common June 14 by Melissa LaScaleia In 2014, Mike Siniscalchi left the world of finance and NYC, and relocated to Myrtle Beach with his family. “I wanted to start a business, and in thinking of ideas, I had great memories from my times in New York and Chicago at upscale bowling …

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Redefining Clean for Horry County by Melissa LaScaleia When most people compile a task list of things to clean around their home, the garbage bin usually factors pretty low on both the priority, desirability, and ease of accomplishment list.  Dirty bins are a problem—they attract pests, roaches, rodents, flies, bees, E. Coli and other bacteria.  …

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Open Carriage Rides Return to the Market Common This Month by Melissa LaScaleia Joey Mincey started his business, Mincey Carriages and Tours, fifteen years ago as an enjoyable side hobby business to generate extra income.  His regular day job is in the tree service industry; he owns and operates Mincey Tree Service, which specializes in commercial …

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Be Wise With Money and Live Generously by Melissa LaScaleia Thrivent Financial is a nation-wide, full-service, financial planning company.  Their story began in the late 1800s, when a flour mill explosion tragically ended the lives of several of the mill’s employees.  At that time, there were no employee benefits like worker’s compensation, so a close …

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Taste the South Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake With strawberry season in full swing, what better way or time to celebrate the abundance of these succulent little fruits than with a shortcake?  Simple to prepare, even faster to make, and oh-so-satisfying to boot, this is Melissa’s go-to-dessert-recipe for June. It’s a great recipe for that impromptu dinner …

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