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America’s Furniture Warehouse

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Peace, Love, and Little Donuts

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A Homegrown, Ridiculously Good Restaurant Group by Melissa LaScaleia The Divine Dining Group currently owns and manages sixteen restaurant locations along the Grand Strand, with plans to expand its units this year.  The oldest concept was the River City Cafes, followed by Ultimate California Pizza in the late 80s; Bubba’s Fish Shack; Nacho Hippo; and …

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Myrtle Beach’s Highest Rated Furniture Store Offers Unbeatable Quality at Unbeatable Prices by Melissa LaScaleia American’s Furniture Warehouse is one of the most competitive furniture stores in Myrtle Beach.  They’re located in the old Room-Store building just along Hwy. 17 Bypass, heading towards Murrell’s Inlet.  “My grandfather has been in the furniture business for fifty …

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Winterize Your Pets Tips Provided by Einstein’s Dog Sitting   Provide extra food, as some pets have increased appetites during cold-weather months. Use sweaters, raincoats, hats or paw protection (such as shoes or booties). Buy heated water bowls for outdoor pets. Consider using heated beds for extreme cold weather. Keep nails trimmed regularly. It is …

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Catnip Scented Bites Recipe Provided by Einstein’s Pet Sitting   Ingredients 1 3oz Can Wet Cat Food (any flavor) 1 Tsp Catnip Preparation Preheat oven to 350 Line baking sheet with foil or parchment paper Put catnip and cat food in to a blender. Cover and puree until it looks like frosting. Spoon mixture into …

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Feed Your Inner Hippie By Melissa LaScaleia Peace, Love, and Little Donuts has been open in the Market Common for the past sixteen months, and has become very popular not only with the Market Common locals, but also with tourists.  “A lot of our regulars are not from the Market Common,” says Clayton Matthews, the …

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Coastal Inspired Living for Over 30 Years by Melissa LaScaleia Furniture and Mattress Gallery is a family owned business with one location in Murrells Inlet.  They’ve been in business for over 30 years.  “We pride ourselves in trying to provide excellent customer service,” says Bettie Jones, the owner.   “I think that’s what sets us …

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A Hometown Local Bank With Plenty of Tech Savvy By Melissa LaScaleia   Anderson Brothers Bank is a local institution that began back in the early 1930s, when tobacco farmers needed financing for their crop.  During the recession, there wasn’t an option for farmers to secure funding, so the Anderson family offered it to them …

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Supporting Myrtle Beach’s Vibrant and Thriving Art Community By Melissa LaScaleia The Seacoast Artists Gallery, a subset of the Seacoast Artists Guild, opened its doors to the public on May 1, 2013.  Both the Gallery and the Guild are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. “We were looking for a place for a number of our guild members …

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A Conway Native Offers Affordable Services to the Community By Melissa LaScaleia Lewis Crematory and Funeral Services is a full-service crematory and funeral service provider located on Highway Bypass 17 South, just north of the hospital, in Myrtle Beach.  Kelvin Ford Lewis opened the business in July 2018.  “I’ve been in the funeral business for …

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Hand-cut Steaks, Quality Food, and Authentic Hospitality By Melissa LaScaleia George Ghazaryan opened Angus Steakhouse and Seafood in 2013 in Myrtle Beach.  In an interview with the Insider, he reveals the passion, work ethic, commitment, and team effort that made and continue to make Angus Steakhouse and Seafood a success. “I came to this country …

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