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In 1939, the Myrtle Beach Town Council voted that the City of Myrtle Beach needed a local airport, and subsequently purchased 135 acres of property to create one.  At the time of the purchase, they paid $35 an acre.  The airport was constructed by the Works Progress Administration, and named the Harrelson Municipal Airport after …

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This subject is without question the most argued food subject of our time and is still waging war between believers and non-believers. There is truth lying between the argument and research that will open the eyes of critics on both sides.   Just what are artificial sweeteners? The answer is clearly in the name. They are …

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Ah, lolling about on my doggie bed, or out in the sun or shade of my balcony as the spirit moves me— it’s officially the dog days of summer— one of my most favorite times of the year in addition to my birthday, because I don’t need an excuse for being incredibly lazy.  I just …

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Liberty, Justice, and a Good Time For All by Melissa LaScaleia The Murrells Inlet Boat Parade is gearing up to celebrate their 36th year in Murrells Inlet this July 4.  “A group of us started the Boat Parade in 1983 as a way to celebrate the 4th of July,” says Lee Hewitt.  “Other communities had …

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Treating Patients Like Family by Melissa LaScaleia The service, technique, and care provided by Market Common Dentistry give you more reasons to flash your smile with happiness. They are a general dentistry practice that does all aspects of dental procedures except orthodontics.  The small local business has been located in the Market Common for seven …

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The Best of Both: Land and Sea Delivered With a Spirit of Teamwork By Kristyn Winch and Ettie Newlands At Carolina Seafood and Steak, you don’t have to choose. “We give you both: land and sea,” says restaurant owner Tevos Zatikyan.  The Myrtle Beach eatery, located along Restaurant Row, specializes in surf and turf combination …

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Protect Yourself at All Times by Melissa LaScaleia Matt Lillich, the owner and operator of Coastal Tinting and Security Films, attended college at UNC Wilmington, where he got started working with window films.  “I graduated in 1993 on a Saturday,” Matt tells the Insider in an interview.  “And on Monday, I was managing the company.”  …

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Instilling a Sense of Hope During a Single Day in Myrtle Beach by Melissa LaScaleia Sheila Karsevar is no stranger to entrepreneurial pursuits or following her passions.  She has owned her own business as a Reliv Ambassador in the health and wellness industry for twenty-three years.  She was so successful that sixteen years ago, her …

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The Name Says It All by Melissa LaScaleia Emma Ware has been a certified nutritionist, clinical homeopath, and doctor of holistic nutrition for over fifteen years.  She is also certified in Zone for weight loss, which teaches the art of combining proteins, starches and fats optimally.  “It’s one of the best programs for balancing foods …

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Persistent, Tenacious, Experienced by Melissa LaScaleia Lee Moore of Moore, Johnson, & Saraniti Law Firm primarily handles law cases in the areas of estate planning, probate administration, family law litigation, and mediation.  “I have thirty-two years of practice handling both sides of probate litigation working for  the plaintiff as well as the defendant,” she says.  …

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