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by Melissa LaScaleia “I was born in 1947, and grew up in Elizabeth, NJ, until my family moved to Middlesex.  I played a lot of baseball growing up.  In Elizabeth, we played stick ball in the streets.  That was big in NYC and most of the northeastern towns in America.  I got a scholarship to …

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by Melissa LaScaleia Along our sunny shores, hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30.  It’s unpredictable how storms develop and travel, so it’s always important to be prepared.  American Red Cross recommends having an emergency kit ready to go in your home— and the beginning of June is the perfect time to do …

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Offering Sales and Service for Myrtle Beach’s Favorite Toy by Melissa LaScaleia Russell Graham is from Conway, and has lived in the area his entire life.  He started Graham Golf Cars in the early 80s— traveling around locally and servicing peoples’ golf carts.  Over the years, his company has grown from a single truck and …

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Welcoming the Deaf In Our Community With a Fundraiser Baseball Game This June by Melissa LaScaleia Michael Sokolik began the non-profit organization, Beach Society For the Deaf, now The Pelicans For the Deaf, in 2018, as a way to build greater awareness of the existence of deaf people in the Myrtle Beach community and to …

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We Have No Problems— Only Solutions by Melissa LaScaleia Eric Richards has always been passionate about being creative.  He attended college interested in learning the craft of furniture building, but where he really excelled was in the realm of interior design.  “My teachers were blown away by my proficiency and I was too,” he says.  …

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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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Celebrating Our Veterans During the Month of May and Beyond by Melissa LaScaleia May is Military Appreciation Month in Myrtle Beach.  Every week and weekend sees a new event which celebrates and recognizes the service of present and former members of the military.  The City of Myrtle Beach as well as the Myrtle Beach Chamber …

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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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Hope, Heal, Thrive with Barbara Cardinal, LISW by Melissa LaScaleia Barbara Cardinal is a licensed independent social worker who owns and operates the Myrtle Beach based In Touch Counseling and Hypnotherapy.  In her work, she focusses on therapy and counseling, specializing in treating people struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, loss,  divorce, retirement, and other major …

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