October/November 2015

One of the great joys of living in a moderate climate is the sheer volume of days and nights we may enjoy meals en plein air, alfresco, outside. Many of the thousands of Grand Strand eateries are designed to accommodate those looking to eat out of doors; kind of like picnicking without all the hassle. Whether creek side, oceanfront, on the Intracoastal Waterway, or even at a table on a nicely decorated tree-lined porch, enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner in the fresh South Carolina air is a true Grand Strand treat.
Stretch your comfort zone at two new area parks with above-the-ground obstacle courses
Startup.SC empowers local entrepreneurs by giving them the resources to make millions
This kosher restaurant is making waves in Mediterranean cuisine
The spices of South Strand Jamaican chef Eric “Mon” Sutherland
Have a cup of comfortable coffee with The Local Grind Coffee House
Tupelo Honey’s Violet Beauregarde is fierce and fruity
Time, space and fun are redefined in Williamsburg, Virginia
Two new restaurants complement the growing Grand Strand restaurant scene
Bridal fashion show raises funds for Caring in Our Lifetime
Taste of the Town returns for its 32nd year
Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art brings an explosion of culture to the coast
What’s in a name? Owning up to it.
Atlantic Stage joins Carolina Improv at Myrtle Beach Mall
Beagle Freedom Project gives rescued dogs a new life
Local celebrities hit the dance floor to benefit BE2/HCS Early College High School
Local guild dedicated to advancing and promoting excellence in the arts
Pat Puckett’s work highlighted during two local festivals
The multiple manifestations of Ron “Sunshine” Bass’ high school football career