April/May 2017

The following photos include the best images submitted for our our annual reader photo contest
As a new season heats up, we look back at the Chanticleers’ College World Series Championship, a run fueled by talent, togetherness—and a few lucky charms and superstitions.
Do you have the Grand Strand’s cutest pet?
Tara Hall’s Paddle Fest raises funds for residents
Head to downtown Myrtle Beach for the First Friday Art Walk
The Dragon Boat Festival hits the water for a good cause
What’s so bad about it and what can we do?
Playful becomes provocative in the work of Charles Clary
Scouting Report
A conversation with Nancy Goldman
With John Gore at the helm of the design dream, every room is an unforgettable event
Heritage, the arts and award-winning creativity unite Ron and Natalie Daise
Lake City, the home of ArtFields, is cultivating a future in art
The Long Bay Symphony thrives in its 29th season
Costa Coastal Kitchen & Bar’s eclectic culinary artistry makes a difference from start to finish
American Tap House offers an eclectic menu that’s anything but ordinary
Soft and mellow, it’s a favorite for many
Jim Swaim, pictured here with his Environmental Sculptures artwork that also serve as trash containers.
Colleen Bang - 2016, acrylic, 20” x 26”, Best in Show 2016