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Carolina Forest: A Family First Unincorporated Community

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Carolina Forest A Family First Unincorporated Community by Melissa LaScaleia Carolina Forest is a family-centered community located between the cities of Myrtle Beach to the East, and Conway to the West.  All addresses which fall under the 29579 zip code are designated as part of Carolina Forest.  It is the fastest growing unincorporated part of …

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The Newest Spot for Java and Conversation in the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia Inside the Market Common’s recently opened family-friendly entertainment complex, 810 Billiards and Bowling, there is a new early-morning breakfast and sweet spot that just arrived to delight locals and fans with beverages, treats, and to top it all off—good talk. Liz …

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Holistic Cancer Coaching with Pam Wilk and BJ Moore by Melissa LaScaleia Pam Wilk and BJ Moore are holistic cancer coaches certified through The Center for Advancement in Cancer Education in Pennsylvania.  Together they founded Hope Thru Cancer, located in Murrells Inlet.  In an interview with the Insider, the two explain what a holistic cancer …

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Meet Your Local Veteran gives voice to the stories of the U.S. military veterans living amongst us.  These stories often fade into the background— silent, present, but unrecognized and unheard by the community at large.  The actions of these brave and dedicated people, who have served our country both in active military duty as well …

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Fresh Seafood, Beautifully Prepared, At An Affordable Price by Melissa LaScaleia Earlier this year, the family owned and operated Lobster House restaurant opened its doors to patrons, next door to Myrtle Beach State Park.  Second generation Vic Parsadanyan is the head chef and creative force behind Lobster House. “The restaurant caters to two types of …

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by Richard Bischoff As my wife and I move into our new house in The Cottages development, we continue to hear the greeting: “Hello, and welcome to the Market Common lifestyle!” from our neighbors.  They have all been very friendly and helpful and we are looking forward to this no-car-necessary lifestyle.  We love the idea of …

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Design, Layout and More by Melissa LaScaleia Husband and wife team Scott and Larissa Madill are co-owners of The Countertop Store in Myrtle Beach, which offers custom designed and constructed countertops and factory cabinetry for your kitchen and bath.  They handle the design, sale, layout and installation of the cabinets and countertops for kitchens and …

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Jack Walker by Melissa LaScaleia Jack Walker was the oldest of six children, and grew up in Columbia, South Carolina.  As a boy, he had a paper route that took him through his neighborhood and beyond, exposing him to a variety of home styles, building materials, and landscapes.  Jack was disheartened by the landscapes and …

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Living the Good Life in Market Common 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 alongside their human companions.  Here, we’ll feature his reflections on what it’s …

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Preservatives – September 2018 Does consuming processed foods that contain preservatives really make us gain weight? According to a published report by Nature Communications, the foods we eat with preservatives interferes with our hormones thus disrupting the processes that tells us we are full.  They (preservatives) do that by distorting the chemical structure of those …

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