October/November 2014

Nothing says fall and winter like a hearty, steaming bowl of soup. Many of us share childhood recollections of this seasonal sacrament when we contemplate simpler times and a cup of Campbell’s Tomato Soup served with a crusty grilled cheese sandwich. Mmm, mmm, good. As our palates grew more sophisticated and regional variations enticed us to try things we’d never before heard of, soup became a much more important part of our dining experience.
Playing country or rock ’n’ roll, Darius Rucker draws an enthusiastic Grand Strand crowd
This quaint town has a lot more to offer than a great meal
This happy camper shares the beauty of beach camping
New releases from our local authors
Fostering a pet is a win for all involved
These popular beach finds are in abundance as sharks shed thousands of teeth in a lifetime
The Wooden Boat Show returns to Georgetown
A mixture of soccer and golf comes to Meadowlands Golf Course
These Rhone Valley wines deliver big taste for a small price
A friend in need leads a local woman to The Wig Shop
Myrtle Beach’s Atlas Tap House: brews barbecue and drinks
Georgetown’s River Room delivers an enjoyable dining experience
A time-honored Myrtle Beach legend
The Rivoli Theatre gets a makeover for a great cause
Brief overview of this month's issue.