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Tire Town at the Inlet

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Carolina Forest: A Family First Unincorporated Community

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World War II veteran Houston Blancett lives in Myrtle Beach today. “Even at my age now, I’d serve again,” he says.  By Melissa LaScaleia I’m originally from Alabama.  In 1944, World War II was drawing to a close, and I wanted to join the service and go to war.  But I was sixteen years old …

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January and February are prime luxury cruising times and the time to book your vacation for the best deals and promotions is now.  Pampered Journeys: Where Travelers Are Well Taken Care Of By Melissa LaScaleia In an interview with the Insider, Marina Foy speaks about her company, Pampered Journeys, and what’s available to tempt Myrtle …

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Geoff Koskinen of T-Squad Fitness coaches a client at the X-Gym. “I push people, but in the right ways,” he says. “We make training approachable, non-intimidating, and highly personal.”  Your Place For Mind, Body, and Soul Rejuvenation By Melissa LaScaleia T’s Squad Fitness is a one-on-one personal training business and facility located on George Bishop …

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This aerial shot shows the crew of D.R. Horton at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Meridian August 2018.  Myrtle Beach’s Leading Homebuilding Company Offers Value for Homebuyers By Melissa LaScaleia Locally, D.R. Horton serves the entire Grand Strand area, from Carolina Shores, NC, to Pawleys Island, SC, and inland to Conway and beyond.  While D.R. …

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With a Full Bar and Breakfast and Dinner in the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia Crepe Creation Cafe has been a staple in the Market Common community for the past seven years.  From small beginnings on Howard Ave. to the present location at 4012 Deville Street, owner Larry Cauble and his wife Emma Ware finalized …

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Provided by Brookgreen Gardens Murrells Inlet, SC –  September was a tough month for so many in North and South Carolina. Brookgreen Gardens also experienced signigicant flooding during the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Unprecedented flooding along the river affected the Lowcountry Zoo and caused significant damage to trails and zoo exhibits.  A special preview benefit evening of Nights of …

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A Talk with Amy Barnhart and Ashley Thomas by Melissa LaScaleia Amy Barnhart started working at Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar when the restaurant first opened in the Market Common in 2008.  She was hired as a key manager and bartender, splitting her time between serving drinks and managing the restaurant.  A month after …

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Your Locally Owned Packing & Shipping Center: Big or Small We Pack and Ship It All, Part III by Melissa LaScaleia We first wrote about ShipOnSite in our November & December 2017 editions.  This is Part III of their story. Visit www.coastalinsider.com to learn more. “We are in our twelfth holiday season here at ShipOnSite …

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Isn’t It Time To Relax?  The Leader in the Hot Tub & Pool Industry For Horry & Georgetown County by Melissa LaScaleia Elko Spas, Billiards & Pools is family owned and operated by local husband and wife team, Michael and Kimberly Elko.  Their store location is near the Market Common on 17 Bypass South & …

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by Liza Mata Celebrate the holiday spirit with this festive, family-friendly ballet. Myr­tle Beach’s Coastal Youth Ballet Theatre presents the magical holiday production of The Nutcracker for the 13th year with performances on Dec. 8, 9, 15 and 16 at Coastal Carolina University’s Wheel­wright Auditorium in Conway. The Nutcracker ballet tells the story of young …

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