Not soup to nuts but even better - soup to brownies - will be available at the 24th Souper Supper Sunday, Jan. 26 from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the International Culinary Institute (920 Crabtree Lane in Myrtle Beach).
Combine the classic elegance of the Long Bay Symphony with the familiar comfort of The Band of Oz, The Fantastic Shakers and the Martin Davis Band, and you’ve got the first annual Legends of A Beach Music Christmas.
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Lonesome River Band, and The Malpass Brothers headline this terrific talent lineup announced by promoters Adams Bluegrass, LLC, for the 50th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival, the Palmetto State's oldest, largest, an…
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.”
The place to be the day after Thanksgiving is the 35th Intracoastal Christmas Regatta. Not just a fun display of creatively-decorated vessels, the maritime parade of boats is also a major fundraiser that benefits about 2,500 area children, and even pets.
From its modern decor to its many available specials on food and drink, you’ll feel right at home as soon as you walk into Bar Louie, one of the newest nightlife/restaurant offerings at Myrtle Beach’s Broadway at the Beach.
The pink and turquoise interior of the store at 325 Main St. is as appealing as the merchandise. It’s a fun, happy place to visit, where the smell of real leather invites guests to come in and stay a bit.
Whether you remember searching for seashells with your sister, posing with the yeti for a Facebook picture or trying to find your name on the license plate wall, The Gay Dolphin Gift Cove is a nostalgic spot for Myrtle Beach visitors of all ages.
On June 2, 1986, when Calvin Gilmore opened his doors to the first paying customers of The Carolina Opry, few locals or vacationers knew what to expect. Another country bar? Maybe Hee Haw at the beach?
Bobby Collins has toured with Frank Sinatra and Dolly Parton, has appeared on all three “Tonight Show”s, earned a Grammy nomination, written a best-selling book and performed at the White House, but coming to Myrtle Beach is a highlight of the comedian’s year.