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Market Common Cost of Convenience.

by Emma Ware, D.H.N, C.N, C.H.H of the Market Common The cost of convenience teaches people to make choices in a hurry. Being in a hurry causes you to compromise in your decision making with your health habits.  Convenience more often than not, is a result of lack of organization, planning, having structure and rules.  …

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Service and Repairs Anytime, All Along the Grand Strand by Melissa LaScaleia Jeremy Hartlaub started J & J Air in Myrtle Beach in 2001.  He’s originally from the Baltimore Maryland area, and graduated from Bridgewater College in Central Virginia with a degree in economics in 2001. “Right when I graduated, the Dotcom Bubble burst and …

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The Style and Story of Stevie Mac by Melissa LaScaleia Steven McLendon, aka Stevie Mac, is a South Carolina native with a penchant for the acoustic guitar. The Insider caught up with him to learn the story of his journey as a singer-musician living in Myrtle Beach. “I picked up guitar when I was twelve,” …

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Cutting Edge Dentistry with Dr. David Savage by Melissa LaScaleia   David Savage was born and raised in Kentucky. He graduated with a degree in dentistry at the University of Louisville, in Kentucky, in 2010. “I always wanted to live in the Southeast, in a coastal environment,” he tells me. “After graduation, I decided to …

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Two Gals Under One Roof In the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia Crystal Lee and Hannah Ruth are business roommates and photo partners with a studio on Deville Street in the Market Common. They each own their own business as well as operating their studio space together as Crystal Lee and Hannah Ruth Photography. Crystal …

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From the North to the South, One Man’s Perspective by Melissa LaScaleia Living in Paradise, Beauty of God’s Creation in Myrtle Beach, a book by Michael Martin, came out November 1, 2017, published by Micro Press Publishers. Michael is originally from Ohio and moved to Myrtle Beach almost four years ago. He is so captivated …

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DeFalco's of Surfside Beach is here to help!

Striving To Ensure Customers Are Totally Satisfied by Melissa LaScaleia   My father was in the automotive industry for 50 years,” April DeFalco-Rempfer tells me. “He grew up working on cars. My parents started DeFalco’s Automotive and Towing; we are completely family owned and operated.” DeFalco’s is the preferred towing and service provider for AAA …

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Alsuna Roland, the Grand Strand's Kangen Water respresentative, is being photograpphed at the Market Common.

Change Your Water, Change Your Life By Melissa LaScaleia “I see Enagic Kangen Water as a true health principle: you improve your physical health, you improve your financial health, and the two together create peace of mind,” Alsuna Roland tells me with a smile. Alsuna lives in Emmens Preserve in the Market Common, which she …

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Ken van Keyningen and the rest of the Coastal Transformations staff made the Insider at the Market Common team feel right at home!

Bring in The Light and Do It Right by Melissa LaScaleia Ken van Heyningen, a friend of the Insider at the Market Common, is a self proclaimed army brat, and himself a veteran of the Coast Guard. His wife is from the Myrtle Beach area, and the two have made Myrtle Beach their permanent home since 1990. …

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The Graham Golf Cars crew was a delight to work with according to the Insider at the Market Common.

All About Myrtle Beach’s Favorite Outdoor Toy by Melissa LaScaleia   Russell Graham is from Conway, and has been his entire life. He started Graham Golf Cars in the early 80’s— traveling around locally and servicing peoples’ golf carts. Over the years, his company has grown from a single truck and trailer, and three employees …

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