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Market Common History

Shine Avenue, is named in honor of Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shine, a pilot in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. Shine Avenue meanders around the periphery of the Market Common, intersecting with Farrow Parkway; it’s also the street where our Insider and Properties at the Market Common offices are found. It is …

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Market Common Community

Our April edition is a milestone edition for us at the Insider in many ways. It represents Market Common Community. We’d like to thank our advertisers and our readers for the positive comments we’ve received about the Insider over the past ten months, and for your tangible backing and appreciation of what we, at the …

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Market Common Dogs

Charlie’s Corner is the domain of Charlie, the furry four-legged lady’s man of Market Common. Each month, he’ll share information to help all new, visiting, and existing doggie community members get the most out of life alongside their human companions. We’ll feature his reflections on what it’s like to be a dashing downtown doggie, as …

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Market Common Cleaning

Redefining Clean for the Market Common GermBustMyBins began in Horry County in 2016 as Market Common Cleaning. Companies like it have been in existence in Europe for the past 30 years, but didn’t begin to appear in the U.S. until around 2007 or 2008. They’ve increased in popularity over the years, especially in the south, …

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Market Common Cigars

Bringing a Different Kind of Lounge to the Market Common Area The Cigar Shop and Market Common Cigars, just 5 minutes from the Market Common, in the Longbay Village shopping plaza, recently opened its doors to serve the cigar aficionados of Myrtle Beach, as well as those curious about the lifestyle. Large red flags, waving …

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The Highland Games - Market Common Festival

A Scottish Tradition Lands in the Heart of the Market Common Festivals When the Scottish people came to America a century or so ago, they brought the tradition of the Highland Games with them. Of the over 100 games that take place annually all over the U.S.— 11 are in the Carolinas; they have been …

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Market Common Food

Cream of Potato Soup Our recipe this month is brought to you by Market Common’s very own Emma Ware—nutritionist by trade and Market Common Food and foodie by passion. One of her passions is creating yummy soups with her favorite pre-made foods. This month, inspired by leprechauns of all shapes and sizes, Emma shares with …

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Market Common Community

Market Common Residents – Audrey and Jeff Williamson by Melissa LaScaleia Introduce me to your family. It’s just my husband, Jeff and I.  We have no kids or pets. Where are all the places you came from? I was born in Michigan, and spent the last 50 years of my life there.  Jeff and I …

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Remembering the Past with Colonel Buddy Styers This story is part 6 of a 7 part series which chronicles the redevelopment of the former Air Force base into the Market Common area as we know it today. Our history continues where we left off with the January issue. The next chapter in the chronicle of …

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Hackler Street, in the Market Common, links Farrow Parkway to Johnson Avenue, and borders Valor Memorial Garden. It is named after General James Franklin Hackler, Jr. James Hackler was born in Marion, Virginia in 1920. As a child, he was passionate about golf and dreamed of being a professional pilot. He determined his best recourse …

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