Southern Snaps

Moving to the Beat of Life: Carole Revetti

The first thing you notice when meeting Carole Revetti is her huge smile – and as soon as she starts talking you realize that smile extends to an even bigger heart that believes in sharing the blessings of her life. A native of Surfside Beach, Carole now divides her time between her homes in Virginia […]

Home Run Miracle: Grand Strand Miracle Leagues

During this “Season of Miracles,” Sasee found a ball field and playground, on 33rd Avenue North in Myrtle Beach, where small miracles happen on a daily basis. This magical place is the home of the Grand Strand Miracle Leagues, where lives are changed and enriched through the joy of play. Jennifer Averette, Executive Director of […]

Healing Grace: Dr. Angela Mislowsky

According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, except forskin cancers. About 1 in 8 (12%) women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. This year (2015) more than 40,000 women in this country will die from the disease (cancer.org). Since 2004, […]

For the Love of Georgetown: Nat Kaminski & Frankie Hills

Walking into The Kaminski House Museum feels like stepping back in time – the antebellum home has been preserved exactly as it was when Julia Kaminski donated it to her beloved City of Georgetown in 1972, giving residents and visitors a priceless gift, and one that thousands continue to enjoy every year. The Kaminski House […]

Get Squonked with Jackie Dempsey

Squonk Opera: If the name conjures up a fun and unusual image, you’d be right on track. That’s exactly the type of feeling musician Jackie Dempsey and musician/visual artist Steve O’Hearn, creators of Squonk Opera, want you to experience when you attend one of their performances. Actually, “performance” is too tame a word to describe […]

Hope and Healing on Four Legs

For most of us, our experience with animals is limited to our beloved four-legged companions – cats, dogs and maybe horses – who provide us with love, loyalty and unconditional love, enriching our lives in immeasurable ways. However, our animal friends provide so much more for people who are disabled, traumatized and abused, and this […]

Christine Yilmaz: Safety in the Sky

Confident and friendly, Christine Yilmaz is the type of person who never meets a stranger. Originally from Baltimore, Christine’s love of aviation led her to earn her pilot’s license and eventually to a career as an air traffic controller. We met when seated together on a plane; both of us returning from family visits. By […]

Living a Life of Color and Style: Mary Raab

Fashion, style and artistry are as much a part of our small community as sand, sun and waves. For our fashion issue, Sasee has highlighted two local artists whose creativity has become “All the Rage!” Walking into Mary and Corky Raab’s lovely home in Pawleys Island, it is obvious that this is the home of […]

Ashley Hoffman: Creating from the Heart

Fashion, style and artistry are as much a part of our small community as sand, sun and waves. For our fashion issue, Sasee has highlighted two local artists whose creativity has become “All the Rage!” When Grand Strand locals hear the name Ashley Hoffman, or ash hoffman jewelry, most know immediately that this is one […]

Bringing History to Life: Prince George Parish Plantation Tours Lee Jones &  Anne Hartis

Early in 1947, plans for the first Plantation Tours were being finalized by the women of Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church. For $1.50, tour goers departed the church’s Parish House at 3 pm on Friday, April 11th to walk the grounds of nine different Georgetown County plantations set on the Black and Pee Dee Rivers. […]

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