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Late Nights and a 1920s Vibe by Melissa LaScaleia Since its arrival in the Market Common, Crepe Creations Cafe has charmed patrons with its old-world inspired crepes and steady expansion both of menu and space.  Last year they procured a liquor license and introduced a full bar to their offerings, and several months ago finished …

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Giving a Personal Touch to All Her Clients by Melissa LaScaleia Nancy Zovnic practices real estate law at Moore, Johnson & Saraniti Law Firm in Myrtle Beach.  She handles the legal aspects of home purchases and sales, refinances, seller sides, and home equity lines of credit.  Nancy has been practicing law since 2006.  Originally from …

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If a Website Is In Your Plans, Put It In eNation’s Hands by Melissa LaScaleia eNation Worldwide is a digital media firm that helps the small to mid-sized local business owner increase their business through digital marketing using tools such as web design, SEO (search engine optimization), social media marketing, SEM (search engine marketing via …

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A Message from Jim Parker

This June, we’re celebrating not only our third year in print, but our first full year of covering information along the Grand Strand as The Coastal Insider.  The expansion happened organically; we hit unprecedented levels of growth in our first couple of years, and realized that we were providing something that was both needed and wanted in our community.  When we saw how well it was received, we realized there was an opportunity to inform, connect, and help build community in other areas along the Grand Strand. 

We sought to highlight the unique personalities of those places, so we now include information directly from representatives of Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Carolina Forest, North Myrtle Beach, and Little River. 

Our decision turned out to be a smart one.  Since implementing the change, our circulation reach has increased dramatically.  We now cover a distribution area that stretches from Pawley’s Island, to Carolina Forest, to Little River.  This was a big step, and we’re excited for the ways in which this continues to foster even greater connection in our city. 

Myrtle Beach as a whole continues to grow.  When people newly move into the area, they now have access to a free publication that informs them about what’s going on all over the city.  Our decision brings much needed information to those who are getting acclimated here and don’t know where to find services, and helps our advertisers have a broader reach.  Our publication is deep-rooted now into the overall community. 

To make sure that message reaches the broadest readership possible, we chose to have a print publication in addition to digital one, as many who move here are retirees, and come from a paper rather than a digital world.  It has turned out to be more popular with everyone of any age demographic.  As always, we appreciate your support and being able to serve you.  And stay tuned for new great developments in this, our third year. 

 

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Charlie’s Corner

This month, Charlie further explores the world of plants as he delves into the rich tapestry of greenery around him.  You know, even though I’m a doggie and by nature love the great outdoors, we all know I have more of that city-bred glamor in me rather than the qualities of a carefree forest-dweller.  But …

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Meet Your Neighbor

Introduce me to your family.  I live with my husband Dwayne Fisher and our two dogs Jazmin, an American Staffordshire Terrier, and Jaxson, a Yorkshire Terrier. Where are all the places you came from? Where do you live now? I was born in Staten Island, NY, and lived there for most of my life.  Then …

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Market Common History

Colonel Robert Pasqualicchio has a long, interesting, and illustrious military career.  He enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in 1942, and served in World War II.  He was a combat fighter pilot, flying P-40s, P-47s and P-51s during the war. In 1954, the City of Myrtle Beach donated it’s airport to the United …

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Recipe Corner

These are an ooey, gooey, sticky-finger treat that you won’t want to miss.  The ingredients are simple, but together make for a satisfying, mouth-watering dessert.  This is a perfect recipe to cook up with any little ones in your family, as it’s easy, fun, and takes vitually minutes to prepare.  Plus you mix the ingredients …

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Nothing says Spring like a harvest of fresh rhubarb.  And nothing creates such a homey welcome as the aroma of a freshly baked strawberry-rhubarb cobbler.  Cobbler is an unpretentious, down-to-earth kind of dessert— very forgiving in it’s construction, as it’s  virtually impossible to mess up.  It’s great for the first time home baker, or to …

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Chocolate Scones

Did you know that chocolate releases feel good hormones in your brain?  It impacts your physiognomy similarly to how you feel when you’re in love, enjoying an activity, or delighted by an experience.  No wonder why chocolate is our cultural go-to delight for Valentine’s Day— the day we celebrate love and life.  This month, take …

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