April/May 2015

In 1964, 46-year-old Katherine “Cappy” Fitzgerald overcame improbable odds and caught the first blue marlin off the state of South Carolina. This was the beginning of a billion-dollar industry for the Lowcountry.
The timeless Pawleys Island rope hammock and its most loquacious weaver
Greg Norman’s is the place for prime rib, served in a classy-but-comfortable atmosphere
Local restaurateur scores with Southern & European fusion cookbook
Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery delivers happiness for breakfast and lunch
These past beauty queens continue to wow us with their inner and outer beauty
Who wouldn’t want to live in our hometown?
Discover the South Brunswick Islands of North Carolina
ArtFields offers culture, community and a hefty purse
Waccamaw—a journal of contemporary literature
Minor league soccer team takes players to the next level
Celebrate Earth Day every day with these eco-friendly ideas
Get in touch with your inner diva at this rocking race in North Myrtle Beach
Starfish Gala salutes the Waccamaw Youth Center
Brief overview of this month's issue.