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Continued from last month… So I came up with a suggestion I thought would help.  “Why does each involved agency, division, and branch of the Corps have to send someone to the factory separately to check the equipment, then go back to the office, have meetings, then write reports, then circulate the reports, and, finally, after …

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The month of October never really feels quite as much like fall as perhaps some other parts of the United States, as we enjoy such continued warm, beautiful and sunny weather.  But the last day of the month, Halloween, finds us here in Myrtle Beach just as it does everyone else across the country even …

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Lobster & Jazz Enjoy a Lobster Bake while listening to the cool Jazz sounds of Scott Watkins. The lobster bake includes: Maine lobster, shrimp, mussels, Andouille sausage, corn on the cob, and red potatoes. Get yours Tuesdays & Thursdays at the Brentwood Wine Bistro. Due to popular demand, reservations are highly recommended.  Also available: Three …

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There is fun for all at Howl-O-Scream.  The North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex transforms into a safe haven for the thrill seekers of North Myrtle Beach on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 5- 8 pm.  For this event, the Parks and Recreation Department collaborates with Coastal Carolina University’s recreation management class to convert the …

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In 1956, officers and military personnel began the work of compiling a fighter wing on the premises of the newly reconstructed Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.  The 342nd Fighter Day Wing was initially activated then subsequently deactivated.  In its stead, officers and airmen worked to reactivate the 354th Fighter Day Wing which garnered fame during …

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Any piece from the collection of oil paintings created by the masterful hand of artist Sharon Sorrels is a closer look into the local landscapes and coastal scenes she holds dear to her heart. Originally from Washington, D.C., Sorrels migrated to Myrtle Beach with her late husband thirteen years ago. The retirees were in pursuit …

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“I was drafted in Pennsylvania and from there I was sent to Oregon as part of the United States Army Infantry.  From there, half of us went to Europe, and the other half were sent down the coast of California.  I was part of the group that went to California, where we were in training …

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Myrtle Beach’s unique musical history is part of the story being told through the restoration and re-use of Charlie’s Place on Carver Street.  Charlie Fitzgerald and his wife, Sarah, owned the Myrtle Beach nightspot from the late 1930s to the early 1960s.  The Shag and “beach music” all have their origins here.  Famous African-Americans entertained …

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Ah, Surfside Beach. The Family Beach. A lovely, quiet seaside haven. With a top-notch police force and a fire department that boasts the highest rating in the state of South Carolina.  Our two-mile stretch of beach and town is a tiny gem in the crown of the Grand Strand. We may be small, but we …

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Nighttime creeps in earlier every day as autumn settles in. The evenings are cooler, though the daytime heat hangs on.  October is a busy time for the Grand Strand.  Even though it’s officially the “off” season and most tourists have returned to their homes, there are still many events to enjoy. Locals gather to celebrate …

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