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June/July 2015

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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.
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A new affiliation with the Chicago Cubs has the Myrtle Beach Pelicans dreaming of another championship season
Getaways
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This family beach destination offers something for everyone, in every season
Community
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Sailing school opens up a whole new world to a lifelong power boater
Life & Times
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Duplin brings its muscadine wine to North Myrtle Beach
Beachcomber
Head to Surfside Beach for sun, sand and plenty of fun-filled activities, all year-round
Community
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Ground Zero’s Dragon Boat Festival returns to The Market Common
Arts & Events
The Carolina Country Music Fest to rock Myrtle Beach
Community
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Get as much (or as little) exercise as you want with Pedego pedal-assist bikes
Community
Great festivities for your July 4th holiday
Community
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Chief Kamu and his fire-breathing hula shows entertained locals and visitors alike
Community
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Into the Wild Live! at Calvin Gilmore Theater
Book Review
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Arts Profile
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Master entertainer Greg Rowles on big dreams and the power of a smile
Restaurant Review
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Capriccio serves specialties like your mama used to make
Food & Wine
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Fermented in stainless steel: no oak, all fruit
View From Here
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There’s nothing like recycling a week full of garbage to recharge the batteries
Food & Wine
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Galleria Shopping Center expanding its dining options

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