We all love going out to eat, and the Grand Strand is filled with delicious places that satisfy and delight.Sasee found a few unique eateries that promise a good time– let us know what you think! Good Day Café 819 Main Street Myrtle Beach 843-448-GOOD www.gooddaycafe.net Stop by for the good vibes and BUBBLE TEA! […]

A Culinary Symphony

By Leslie Moore

Once a year, on the south end of the Grand Strand, the love of food and the love of beauty come together for one magical night. A fundraiser for the popular Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art, this event always sells out – once you attend, you never want to miss this unique celebration […]

Enjoy Easter Brunch

By Leslie Moore

Whether you have a crowd or just the two of you, delicious Easter brunches are available up and down the Grand Strand! Sasee has found a few tried and true places to give you ideas! Southern Comforts Pawleys Island 843-314-9369 Easter Brunch Buffet from 11am-4pm $26 adults, $14 kids 4-10, ages 3 and under free Rustic […]

Whether you go to a parade or stop by your favorite pub for a green beer, St. Patrick’s Day is a day for fun! Many people prepare the traditional corned beef and cabbage for their holiday meal, but Sasee has found a few “green” foods to liven up the traditional menu! Taste of Home (www.tasteofhome.com) […]

TV Dinners

By Diane DeVaughn Stokes

I used to love to go out to dinner, and still do, but nowadays I actually prefer cooking at home. It’s such an adventure! And even though I own more than thirty cookbooks, I enjoy being creative and whipping up a new dish from the “windmills of my mind,” to use a phase from a […]

Here’s to Valentine’s Day – a great opportunity to show that certain someone that you care and to spread a little warmth, cheer and caring during some of the coldest days of the year. That said, we really don’t know very much about St. Valentine, the supposed founder of the day named in his honor. […]

As I entered my dusty attic I was determined to clean, sort and de-clutter. I removed many boxes of outgrown clothes and made a pile to take to our local thrift store. I went through plastic tubs of holiday treasures and old toys and actually reduced them by at least half. I was extremely proud […]

“What’s your love language?” I asked my now-husband on our first date. “Touch,” Eric answered without even thinking. I smiled. “Mine too.” Although it was our first date, his answer seemed like confirmation of everything I’d been feeling since we’d started chatting on the dating website, eHarmony. This guy is special, maybe even The One, […]

Motherhood Revisited

By Pat Wahler

At an age when most women are cooing over grandchildren, I became a new mother. It happened after I retired. My beloved Schnauzer had died six months earlier, and the ache of seeing his empty bed started me thinking about adopting a dog. I needed a calm and dignified senior canine who would enjoy lounging […]

Ganging Up at the Movies

By Jeffery Cohen

I love the movies! I always have, ever since I was a kid. Watching those projected images on the big screen can take you to places you’ve never been, and introduce you to characters you only dream about. I learned about bravery from a thin little water-bearer from India, a wannabe soldier who proved to have the heart […]

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