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Introduce me to your family.  It’s myself and my husband, Alan.  We’ve been married for seventy-one years.  We have a son, Perry, who is a nuclear engineer.  He’s sixty-four-years-old and lives in Tennessee.  Our daughter, Karen, is sixty-six-years-old and lives in Pennsylvania.  She’s a dental hygienist, and has a son and a daughter.  We have …

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“I was born in 1925.  World War II broke out one Sunday when I was a senior in high school, and everyone went down to enlist on Monday.  But I was only sixteen-years-old, and my mother wouldn’t sign anything, so I couldn’t enlist.  I finished high school in June of 1942 and didn’t turn 17 …

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Thomas Merritt Knoles was born in Flagstaff, Arizona in 1927.  He attended Flagstaff High School, followed by the University of Arizona.  In March 1946, he enlisted in the United States Air Force.  He received his commission as a second lieutenant and his pilot wings through the aviation cadet program in June 1948.  In 1950, he …

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The Spice Connection One of my go-to places on the web is WebMD; and as I was researching the material for this article at that site, I discovered information contributed by Monica Moreno, adjunct professor of nutrition at the University of Miami, also a dietitian for the Miami Marlins. According to Monica, it’s best to …

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Oh boy summer is here!  In addition to watermelons, peaches, picnics, and barbecues (my enthusiasm usually lies pretty close to my tummy), this season also brings us the Fourth of July which involves all of the aforementioned things and then some.  People flock to Myrtle Beach to celebrate our nation’s birthday, and for good reason.  …

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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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Colonel Robert Pasqualicchio has a long, interesting, and illustrious military career.  He enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps in 1942, and served in World War II.  He was a combat fighter pilot, flying P-40s, P-47s and P-51s during the war. In 1954, the City of Myrtle Beach donated it’s airport to the United …

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This month, Charlie further explores the world of plants as he delves into the rich tapestry of greenery around him.  You know, even though I’m a doggie and by nature love the great outdoors, we all know I have more of that city-bred glamor in me rather than the qualities of a carefree forest-dweller.  But …

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HYDRATION: WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? Surprising facts we need to know according to sports physician Dr. James Batson of Lowcountry Spine and Sport, in Hilton Head Island, SC. “Thirst isn’t the best indicator that you need to drink,” says Dr. Batson.  “If you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated.”  The importance of recognizing …

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