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Market Common Charlie's Corner

Not so long ago, the Sugar Plum fairies who sprinkle magic and sometimes mischief around the
holidays took Charlie’s pen and penned this tale of him, and left it by his water bowl. Charlie was so delighted with it, that he was happy to pass the baton to them this month, and share it with his …

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Market Common Music

Dan O’Reilly is a musician with the jazz band UNI. He’s been living and playing music in Myrtle Beach for over twenty years. And he has a wonderful story to tell about how he started and what he offers to the Market Common crowd. “I’ve always been interested in music as far back as I …

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Market Common Charity

And has a good time to boot… They are located all across the country— in airports, and even Taiwan. Each restaurant has a big community that all the others are a part of, and they extend that outwards creating a community-oriented presence in each neighborhood they inhabit. Gordon Biersch releases new beers seasonally throughout the …

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Market Common Recipe

Our Market Common Recipe this month is brought to you by {bib.on Meals creator, AC Bethea. AC is a Conway native and a Market Common regular who dishes up vegan and gluten free baked goods and wholesome delectable meals, with love. Visit bibonmeals.com. is month, she has an ‘aubergenius’ idea to combine savory & sweet …

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Market Common MYN (11/16)

Market Common Residents – Dorothy and Joe Taylor by Melissa LaScaleia Introduce me to your family. My family consists of my husband Joe Taylor and I.  He is the executive chef at Divine Prime.  I work as a sales associate at Soma Intimates, my favorite store here.  We have three fur babies—our rescue dogs Sophia, …

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Market Common History Feature

Reed Street is one of the streets that leads up to the parking lot outside the new Insider and Properties at the Market Common office. So in celebration of our new location, this month, we bring you the history behind the name. Reed Street is named on behalf of General Robert H. Reed. He was …

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Remembering the past with Colonel Buddy Styers This story is part 2 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 October issue. As the redevelopment plan from the former …

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With the holidays just around the corner, we’re joining in the revelry by highlighting the entertainment and events in our Market Common neighborhood for this month’s edition of the Insider. We hope you enjoy learning more about the wonderful opportunities available in our neighborhood, and gain a greater appreciation and knowledge about those who give …

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Insider at the Market Common - Charlie's Corner (10/16)

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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Myrtle Beach Culinary School

Reforming Culinary Education for a More Sustainable Future The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach, part of Horry Georgetown Technical College, is opening its state-of-the-art $15 million facility here in the Market Common. The building was designed by Mozingo and Wallace, a local architectural firm, and what goes inside the building, including the school’s curriculum, …

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