October/November 2016

The readers have spoken. With literally a thousand or more establishments to enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner between Georgetown and Little River, the readership of Grand Strand Magazine and their online voting have created a “best of” guide to the area’s many excellent restaurants. 
A new playground for all was inspired by a mayor’s brush with death and a local girl’s indomitable spirit
Local cyclists and pedestrians could find it easier to travel the Grand Strand if the proposed RIDE 3 referendum is approved by voters
Head to the waterfront to take in the sights and sounds of the annual Georgetown Wooden Boat Show
Rockin’ Jump trampoline park is fun for all ages
Meleagris gallopavo silvestris
Edisto River adventure yields solitude, discovery and sweet slumber among the trees
CCU baseball coach reflects on the championship season and fast forwards to what’s next
Signature Chefs Auction benefits the March of Dimes
Human trafficking forum to address this growing community issue
Myrtle Beach native Madison Iseman stars as Charlotte on the CMT hit program, Still the King.
Thoroughbreds is a front-runner in local fine dining
Discovering the spirit of the Waccamaw River and Conway’s rich history with local paddleboard makers Island Inspired
A conversation with Carrie Humphreys
Observations of an Horry County substitute teacher
Travinia’s Kamakaziberry keeps happy hours happier year-round
Sample a taste of Asia at Myrtle Beach’s Wok on the Beach
Three local restaurants get back to basics with organic, non-processed menu offerings
Try Pinot Noir, the food-friendly red
The Market Common Fashion Show July 30, 2016
Scouting Report