Health & Wellness
The Grand Strand is in the holiday spirit. Even frigid temperatures have hit us! There is so much holiday related activities from tree lightings to shopping to looking forward to a new you! Check out the vendor shopping event at the Clarion on Saturday.
House of Blues Myrtle Beach is hosting a charity benefit event to raise funds for the Adaptive Surf Project Tuesday November 18th from 4pm until 8pm. The event includes the premiere of the Cherry Grove Pier Surf Club’s independent film The Darkness of Light.
We are two weeks away from Thanksgiving and you can feel a buzz in the air about our things to do in Myrtle Beach. Could it be the colder weather coming in this weekend or all the holiday shows including the highly anticipated Dickens Festival?
Years ago just hearing that you needed treatment on your varicose veins was scary. A patient would have his or her problematic veins stripped out in a hospital room under anesthesia. Recovery was painful not to mention disruptive and they would be out of work for some time.
Fans of America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping active military and veterans with housing issues nationwide. Their goal is to help disabled and disadvantaged vets, as well as troops who are in transition.
On October 24-25, members of Grand Strand-area churches and civic groups will join with local businesses to make a tangible difference for local and international hunger needs. The annual Grand Strand Meal Mania, a collaborative effort sponsored by the CitiIMPACT non-profit organization, will take place in the warehouse of The Sun News.
Our pick 3 events include theater, bog and fashion. As usual in the Grand Strand, there is so much to do this weekend. Besides our picks, check out the calender which includes the mini marathon, the music of John Williams with the Long Bay Symphony and the Beer Fest at Market Common.
Caring In Our Lifetime, the local fight against breast cancer in Horry and Georgetown counties, is proud to announce area events scheduled for October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All funds raised stay local and benefit local residents with their medical bills related to breast cancer. Caring In Our Lifetime is the recipient of funds raised […]
By Nicole Loughan While surfing the net the other day I came across an article titled, “What every four-year-old should know.” I clicked on it for a play by play list of what my four-year-old should be doing, items like being able to count to twenty, knowing all of the colors and the alphabet, but […]