2016 has been a bad year for legendary musicians. We’re not even half way through the year, and we have already lost such legends as David Bowie, Merle Haggard, Glenn Frey, Maurice White, Natalie Cole and most recently, Prince. Obviously, most of us do not know these people personally, so why then do we seem to mourn them as if… Read More “Grieving Our Lost Icons”
Visitors to the area may or may not know that Myrtle Beach is home to one of the House of Blues venues. If you haven’t been to one of the HOBs before, they are a great place to see a variety of really cool performances. Located in Barefoot Landing, on the northern end of Myrtle Beach, the building, both inside… Read More “House of Blues in Myrtle Beach”
The weekend is nearing and this one is looking to be quite nice, with temperatures reaching the 70s during the day and 60s at night. Not too shabby!
The Myrtle Beach Market Common is a great place for strolling, shopping and dining, and if you’re looking for a real weekend treat, I suggest you hit up Travinia Italian Kitchen. Both… Read More “Jazz Nights at Travinia Italian Kitchen in Myrtle Beach”
For anyone who is looking for a real holiday treat that showcases the finest of the South Carolina lowcountry, be sure to take a trip down to Brookgreen Gardens during their annual Nights of a Thousand Candles program. During selected days in December, the statue gardens of Brookgreen are transformed into a twinkling wonderland, with thousands of candles lighting pathways,… Read More “Holiday Magic at Brookgreen Gardens”
The expresso machine steams as patrons lounge on comfy couches and chairs, sipping their java and reading, or tapping on their laptops. They are surrounded by artwork, pottery, jewelry, sculptures and a laid back, coffeehouse vibe. Does this sound like a scene out of a big city coffee shop/gallery? Think again! Right here in Murrells Inlet is a hidden treasure… Read More “Best destination for coffee and art in the Myrtle Beach area!”
Just because summer has come and gone doesn’t mean your vacation has to be over! In fact, the Garden City Beach area remains a draw for visitors throughout the year! Temperatures are often still in the 70’s all the way up through December (we’ve definitely had our share of nice, warm Christmases!) and the nights are pleasantly cool; no snow… Read More “Activities fun and holiday fare abound In Garden City and Murrells Inlet!”