October/November 2017

Maybe you’ve heard? The Grand Strand is among the the fastest-growing regions in the U.S. With all that growth comes lots of new businesses and lots of new restaurants.
Checking in with Myrtle Beach’s craft beer brewery, New South Brewing
Grand Strand Magazine presents the fourth annual Women in Business special section. The following pages feature profiles of some of our area’s most prominent businesswomen. In partnership with Carolina Regional Cancer Center, Ruth’s Chris and our advertisers, Grand Strand Magazine is donating a portion of the proceeds from this section to Caring in Our Lifetime, which provides assistance to local women suffering from breast cancer.
Have a wicked good time with one of these Halloween events
The Dickens Christmas Show & Festivals returns to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center
(Myotis lucifugus) One of the most common bats in North America, the little brown bat is often found in forested areas near water.
The Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art brings a burst of culture to the Grand Strand
A celebration of South Carolina arts
This scavenger-hunt style game promotes creativity, community and connectedness
A conversation with bluegrass legend Alan Bibey
Scouting Report
A time of lessons and love
Dr. Marilyn Fore shares her personal and professional history as she makes history herself as the first female president of HGTC
Crime, image and growth are spotlight issues as Election Day approaches
The Georgetown Wooden Boat Show helps keep a craft heritage alive
Check out some of these great festivals to get your foodie fix
The Whiskey Fish explores a new take on serving seafood in Murrells Inlet
New eatery serves Carolina meets California with a side of Middle America
710 North Myrtle Beach delivers food and fun
This French transplant does best in Argentina
Clark’s Caramel Apple Martini is the perfect crisp weather concoction
Jef Sturm Painting on Canvas
Brief overview of this month's issue.