Murrells Inlet is nicknamed “The Seafood Capital of South Carolina,” and those who visit the small fishing village about 15 miles south of Myrtle Beach know why. The port serves as a hub for fishing fleets and seafood restaurants who prepare their fare. Read More
Golf Digest recently informed the rest of the nation something that Myrtle Beach golf fans have known for years: Some of the best courses in the nation are right here on the Grand Strand.
Forget about your snow shoes. January is time to dust off your dancing shoes and go shagging on Ocean Drive in North Myrtle Beach for a pair of events honoring the state dance. Read More
The city of Myrtle Beach didn't take much of a break from the holidays before the social calendars kicks back in full gear. From theater and fine dining to boating and fishing, the first full week of January has plenty for visitors to do and see. Here are three events to get your 2015 started in style: Read More
It's never too late to get into the Christmas spirit, and the Grand Strand has plenty of events to help you do so before Santa starts double-checking his naughty/nice list. Here's a sampling of local holiday events that will help you find some Christmas cheer: Read More
It’s time to climb up on Santa's lap, say cheese and tell him what you want for Christmas. Fortunately for those living and staying on the Grand Strand this holiday season, it's not hard to find him. Here's a list of five places to get Santa pictures this Christmas: Read More
Brookgreen Gardens is known for its year-round beauty of plantlife and works of art. But for three weekends in December, the East Coast's first and oldest botanical sculpture transforms into a winter wonderland for the Nights of a Thousand Candles. Read More
Black Friday seems to come earlier and earlier every year, including a recent trend to moving it to Thanksgiving Thursday. Only hard-core shoppers venture out on Turkey Day, while some people prefer to wait till the traditional stroke of midnight on Black Friday. Whatever time you decide to hit the stores, here is a list of places you want to check out for the best deals and overall shopping experience on the Grand Strand: Read More
Coming to Myrtle Beach for Thanksgiving weekend and looking for a place to enjoy a holiday feast? Check out this list of 10 great Grand Strand restaurants that will be serving Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday: Read More
Looking for a Thanksgiving weekend getaway and a holiday feast all in one great place? Check out this list of Myrtle Beach resorts offering excellent rates along with a Thanksgiving dinner that doesn't involve any cooking or cleaning. Gobble up these deals before it's too late: Read More
It seems turkeys aren't the only ones being fattened up before Thanksgiving. The city of Conway, about 15 miles inland from Myrtle Beach, is hosting a 1-2 punch of great food this week with Thursday's Taste of Conway and Saturday's St. Nicholas BBQFest. Read More
It's beginning to look and sound a lot like Christmas at the Grand Strand's many live music theaters. Although many complain that we start celebrating Christmas too early, there are no such complaints coming from the crowds who catch these holiday showcases. Here's a list of the local theaters' Christmas show lineups this holiday season: Read More
Whoever said soup isn't a real meal never attended the Souper Supper event at Market Common. The 18th annual event, hosted by the Myrtle Beach chapter of the American Culinary Federation, will be held Sunday, Nov. 2, at Market Common, where local chefs, restaurants and culinary arts students put their best soups forward for the masses.
Trick-or-treating can be a tricky situation for Grand Strand visitors unfamiliar with the neighborhoods and roads. That's why the local business community steps up to offer fun and safe alternatives to the traditional door-to-door holiday activity. Here are five free places to go trick-or-treating on Halloween night in the Myrtle Beach area: Read More