Listen In On Our Roundup Of Live Music At The Market Common By Ashley Daniel The Market Common is a feast for all the senses – and that includes the dining venues that make beautiful live music nearly every night of the week. If you have the itch to move your feet to the beat …

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Myrtle Beach’s paid parking season is underway and continues through October 31.  Generally, no one feels enthusiasm for parking meters, but they are helpful in managing infrastructure.  First, they identify which spaces are available and legal for parking.  Second, they encourage turnover so that more people can enjoy a handy parking spot.  Third, revenue from …

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Country Music at its Best in Myrtle Beach by Melissa LaScaleia This June, Southern Entertainment returns to our coast to bring country music lovers the much acclaimed Carolina Country Music Fest, CCMF.  Running for four days, the festival draws crowds from all over the country by the hundreds of thousands— and as they feature some …

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Celebrating Our Third Year Anniversary This June by Melissa LaScaleia This month marks our publication’s three year anniversary of bringing our readers lighthearted, uplifting, and relevant information about the businesses, activities, and people in our community; it’s also the one year anniversary of our evolution from the Insider at the Market Common to the Coastal …

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Summer is here and so are the fun events sponsored by the Town of Surfside Beach.  HULA SHOWS ARE BACK Mary Burns and family will be back this summer with their wildly popular Hula Shows.  The shows will be held every Tuesday evening from 7-8pm at the Surfside Beach Pier from June 18 – August …

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The City of North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation is proud to announce their annual Summer Concert Series and Movies at McLean events.  The popular Summer Concert Series consists of two events: Music on Main and Sounds of Summer.  Music on Main takes place every Thursday on Main Street at the Horseshoe at 11 South …

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Warm temperatures are finally here, which means it’s time to enjoy the outdoors, especially our beautiful beaches.  Here is a handy list of Myrtle Beach’s rules and regulations. The primary purpose of these laws is to protect all beachgoers and the beach itself.  1. Alcohol is NOT allowed on the beach. 2. Glass containers and …

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By Ashley Daniels If life is like a box of chocolates, I’ll take one of everything at The Uncommon Chocolatier on a daily basis.  New to the neighborhood at the dawning of the new year, this cute little shop packs a big punch in every bite. Owner Christine Falvo, however, isn’t new to working with …

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“I smile because you’re my father. I laugh because there’s nothing you can do about it.” — Unknown Father’s Day is just around the corner, on June 16.  Do you have anything special planned for your father this year? Here are some ideas to help you plan a fun family outing. Enjoy the pool without …

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By Alex Biello Amongst all of the growth that is occurring along the Grand Strand, Carolina Forest may be the fastest growing area.  Now nearing 40,000 residents, and with new residential communities in the works, the area is planning for even greater expansion.  Subdivisions, such as Waterbridge, Indigo Bay, Plantation Lakes, and Brookberry at the …

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