COVID-19 restrictions permitting, ongoing exhibits Black Southern Belles and GrassinMotion continue through March at Brookgreen Gardens, while February brings exhibits, series and lectures ranging from The Musicology of Gullah Geechee Culture to The Proper Way to Prune A Rose.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your beach house or condo or need the perfect accessory for date night, you can find it all at Flamingo Porch – just see the “crazy flamingo lady” behind the counter.
Tupelo Bay Golf Center is the ideal place for any golfer or would-be golfer. It’s a complete facility featuring an executive course where you will “use every club in the bag but only three hours of your time.”
For the first time since it began more than a decade ago, Ground Zero has had to cancel its Dragon Boat Festival. But COVID-19 can’t cancel the fun or the fundraising, both of which are up and running.
When the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum reopened Tuesday, June 16 after the COVID-19 closing, a brand-new exhibit joined the tribute to women which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote.
At The Wacky Rabbit, customers are greeted with a warm welcome, the familiarity of “oldies” music – you’ll hear at least a few Elvis songs during your visit – and a piece of owner Paula Joyner’s mother’s personal recipe fudge. “We like to be happy and we want our customers to be happy,” Joyn…
The doors of the Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Myrtle Beach Art Museum are currently closed to the public in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 , but that hasn’t stopped the staff from bringing art education to the people of Horry County and beyond.