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Divine Dining Group

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America’s Furniture Warehouse

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Peace, Love, and Little Donuts

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We’ve all been riding the Covid-19 wave of lifestyle changes, adapting and modifying the regular paces of our lives to the best of our abilities. But we’re still moving forward; and for students, this means resuming school in one medium or another. Whether schools in our area welcome students back, or parents continue teaching at …

This month, Charlie takes up a new hobby and sets his sights on the stars.   Every August or thereabouts I get fanciful and tend to wax poetical about that phrase, the dog days of summer (the nomenclature of which I still can’t decide if I find offensive or flattering). According to some accounts, these …

Let’s start with the obvious, they take us where we want to go! We get out of bed in the morning and the first thing we do is stand on them. Whether they are long and narrow, or short and wide, they carry our bodies and without us even giving them much of a thought, …

William Glover Farrow was born on September 24, 1918 in Darlington, South Carolina. He attended St. John’s High School and graduated with honors in May 1935. In 1938, he enrolled in the University of South Carolina. During his tenure at university, William was one of three people selected by the Civil Aeronautics Authority to attend …

EdVenture offers museum experiences plus afterschool programs and camps that inspire children of all ages to learn the joy of hands-on education – as individuals, as a family, and as a community. With the kids stuck at home, parents – more than ever – are now challenged by coming up with ideas on how to …

For many months now, the Insider has had the privilege of recounting the stories of the U.S. military veterans living in our community. The service of these brave and dedicated people has contributed to the protection and preservation of us and our country. This month, in celebration of our country’s birthday and all those who …

Gator-Strong Services of Myrtle Beach designs, installs, and services all manner and type of gates, fences, and hurricane shutters for their clientele along the Grand Strand and stretching into the Georgetown, Horry, Wilmington, Brunswick, and New Hanover County areas. The company is jointly owned and locally operated by Danny Vulin and Jim Leone. Danny met …

Dianne Ray, the owner of Garden City Furniture, is the second generation of store owners in her family. And today, working in partnership with her son, Joey Ray, the tradition is carrying over to the third. During the Great Depression, Dianne’s grandfather moved his family from Marion, South Carolina to Florence, where fate introduced him …

Locally, D.R. Horton serves the entire Grand Strand area, from Shallotte, NC, to Pawleys Island, SC, and inland to Conway and beyond. While D.R. Horton is a nationwide organization, the Myrtle Beach division is served by a group of 75 locals who live and work in the community and treat their clients like family. As …

Cindy Bright is the owner of Einstein’s Dog-Sitting Service, LLC & Cat-Care, a pet service for people who are busy, working, or away from home and want to make sure that their pets are well cared for in their absence or while they are tending to life’s other obligations. Cindy offers 30, 45 and 60 …