June/July 2015

There is a place, a boundary really. It’s a transitional environment between the land and the ocean, freshwater and salt. Like a thin ribbon running along an abrupt coastline, it provides protection for both. It is a nursery for fish before heading out to a life at sea, as well as a nesting area and respite for migratory and endangered shore and sea birds.
A new affiliation with the Chicago Cubs has the Myrtle Beach Pelicans dreaming of another championship season
This family beach destination offers something for everyone, in every season
Sailing school opens up a whole new world to a lifelong power boater
Duplin brings its muscadine wine to North Myrtle Beach
Head to Surfside Beach for sun, sand and plenty of fun-filled activities, all year-round
Ground Zero’s Dragon Boat Festival returns to The Market Common
The Carolina Country Music Fest to rock Myrtle Beach
Get as much (or as little) exercise as you want with Pedego pedal-assist bikes
Great festivities for your July 4th holiday
Chief Kamu and his fire-breathing hula shows entertained locals and visitors alike
Into the Wild Live! at Calvin Gilmore Theater
Master entertainer Greg Rowles on big dreams and the power of a smile
Capriccio serves specialties like your mama used to make
Fermented in stainless steel: no oak, all fruit
There’s nothing like recycling a week full of garbage to recharge the batteries
Galleria Shopping Center expanding its dining options