This month-long event is called Muzika, which features well-known conductors, choral orchestral performances, soloists and fully staged operas.
Food writer Andre James visits a Myrtle Beach juice bar for avocado toast.
Expect road closures around the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place during Carolina Country Music Festival in Myrtle Beach.
Illumination Park is an outside art exhibit that debuted at Broadway’s new Key West Village area.
Food writer Andre James knows where to find the perfect curry goat dish in Myrtle Beach.
Food writer Andre James explored the World Famous Blue Crab Festival in Little River.
Here are five things to eat at restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area on Cinco de Mayo.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is hosting saltwater fishing clinics along the Grand Strand throughout the next month.
Students of Janet Inman Haigh will perform two concerts Saturday afternoon in the First United Methodist Church in Conway.
This year, the OD Shag Club celebrates its 40th anniversary. And the club’s home has forever been Fat Harold’s, which welcomes members particu…
After two years of COVID-19 cancellations, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in North Myrtle Beach is back on March 19.
A coalition of local Myrtle Beach musicians gathered in Nance Plaza Tuesday night to raise money for a mobile recording studio and tour bus fo…
Seven upcoming special events spanning Myrtle Beach from The Market Common to the downtown business district have been approved by city council.
Aynor High School ninth grader Carolinah Carroll doesn’t know what it’s like not to play the lead role in every school musical.
Jesse Ricks Livingston Jr.
Going Out: Looking for something to do? Here are our five picks for entertainment on the Grand Strand.You’ll find something for all ages to enjoy.
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church is sharing a collection of nativity scenes with the community at its new location at 2104 Main St., Conway. The di…
GALIVANTS FERRY-Disney’s Aladdin Jr. will play at Aynor Middle School Nov. 19 and 20 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 21 at 3 p.m.
Trick or treating
By KATHY ROPP
Johnnie Walter Looney Jr.
Jerri Kay Hardee
Conway Downtown Alive is ready to present the first-ever Halloween Golf Cart Parade this Saturday at 11 a.m. in Conway.
There’ll be no tricks, and just treats for kids at Brookgreen Gardens’ Harvest Home Weekend Saturday and Sunday.
The popular, two-hour, Myrtle Beach history trolley tours that sold out each week last winter returned Sept. 22 in a socially distanced form. …
If you could use a break from your day-to-day COVID-19 routine that offers a beat and a groove, tune in to Coastal Carolina University’s Cultu…
You’ll have to listen closely to determine if the frog you hear is a tenor or an alto.
Food and fun will be the order of the evening March 19 when the Conway Chamber of Commerce hosts its first Taste of Conway.