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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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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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Always There, Always Fair by Melissa LaScaleia “I was raised on a dairy farm, outside of Danville, in Virginia,” says Jim Bowdre in an interview with the Insider.  “I learned at an early age, that the easiest way to get out of farming was to get an education.  I spent my formative years raising cattle …

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Specializing in Senior Markets by Melissa LaScaleia “In my thirties I had an opportunity to go into the insurance industry, around the same time my parents were turning sixty-five and going on Medicare,” says David Parker in an interview with the Insider.”  I realized then the complexity of Medicare, and how important it was to …

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With 30 Years Plus of Experience Serving Myrtle Beach by Melissa LaScaleia Matt Lillich, the owner and operator of Coastal Tinting, is originally from Michigan.  He attended college at UNC Wilmington, where he got started working with window film. “I graduated in 1993 on a Saturday, ”Matt tells the Insider in an interview.  “And on …

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We Can Fix What Others Can’t by Melissa LaScaleia Vic Cotoia got started in the plumbing industry twenty years ago when he was living in New York. “I was working in retail management,” he tells the Insider in an interview, “and decided to pick up a trade because I wasn’t happy.  We had no plumbers …

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Catching Up with Chef Joe Bonaparte by Melissa LaScaleia This month, the Insider took a look at what is cooking and in the works for Chef Joe Bonaparte, executive director of the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach in the Market Common, and a trailblazer in the arenas of sustainability and food production from farm …

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