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How the Myrtle Beach Community is Giving Back by Melissa LaScaleia Declan Maloney will be fourteen years old on April 22.  He has a form of cancer called Epithelioid Sarcoma, which typically affects males in their late twenties to late thirties.  The chances of a child being affected with this are rare— .05 out of …

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by Ashley Daniels We have an establishment here at The Market Common that’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face: Happy Teeth Dentistry. Open since April 2015, Happy Teeth offers comprehensive dental care for the entire family, from routine cleanings to fillings, crowns, sealants, implants, extractions,  X-rays, and more. “Our aim is to have …

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by the Little River Chamber of Commerce Located at the Historic Little River Waterfront, the Blue Crab Festival is one of the largest festivals in the Southeast— popular with both locals and visitors. Join the fun May 18-19 from 9am- 5pm, and enjoy live beach music and a kids zone. There will be approximately three …

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by Tabitha Mull The Senior Center Receives a Beautiful Makeover from Town Volunteers The Keep Surfside Beach Beautiful Committee had a vision to give the seniors who frequest the Senior Center in Surfside Beach a beautiful yard, a clean and inviting building, and an area outside to relax in or simply stroll along the new …

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by Melissa LaScaleia Carolina Forest is a 25 square-mile residential community located between the cities of historic Conway to the west and fun-loving Myrtle Beach to the east.  With a mere fifteen minute drive to our famous white sandy beaches, and adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway and wild beauty of the Waccamaw Wildlife Refuge, the …

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by Melissa LaScaleia Charles E. Cook, Jr. was born in 1921 in Pennington, New Jersey.  He went to grade school at Randolph-Macon Academy, a coeducational college preparatory school in Front Royal, Virginia.  He then attended college at Bucknell University, a private liberal arts college in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, and received his degree in 1942.  That same …

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by the City of North Myrtle Beach North Myrtle Beach signals its own bow to the coming of summer with the 14th Annual Mayfest on Main Street.  The free festival sports a series of musical concerts.  It will be held on Saturday, May 11 and is fueled to bring top-tier entertainment to accommodate everyone’s musical …

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by the City of Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach has two off-leash dog parks where owners may let their pets run and play.  Barc Parc South, the original leash-free space for pooches, is off Mallard Lake Drive near Grand Park and the Market Common.  The park covers fourteen acres and includes a lake.  Barc Parc North …

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This month, Charlie celebrates all that’s blooming in Myrtle Beach with further exploration of the magical world of plants.     You know, my journey searching for luck with which to bless my endeavors of winning the heart of my sweetheart (still Winnie), has really sparked a deep fascination for plants and their myths, hidden …

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We live in the South. It’s May and we have already put away our winter clothes and are happily sporting flip flops, shorts, and tank tops, (at least some of us are).  The sun here in South Carolina seems closer and hotter to us than it is further North; a burn is likely to happen …

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