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Leslie Moore

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 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 […]

Most (all) kids love candy, but moms and grand moms know too much is never a good thing! Here are a few fun ideas to fill Easter baskets that don’t involve a sugar rush. Sunglasses – everyone needs a pair A personal water bottle –all kids love having their own Playing Cards – Go Fish […]

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 ( […]

It’s February and that means Valentine’s Day! I’ve always loved this holiday, whether or not I had a significant other in my life. In recent years, I like using this day to spend some time focusing on my most important relationship – the one with myself. Treats are important, and I always feel much more […]

If your home is like many, meaning everyone spends a lot of time in front of a screen, then you might want to surprise the kids or grandkids with some old and new games that will keep everyone involved. Put the cell phones in a basket and get ready to have fun! Bean Boozled This […]

In January of 2017, Elizabeth Poole was happily married with a successful career as a Mary Kay representative; her life was full of love, family and fun. When it was time for her annual physical checkup, she thought little about it. “I went for a mammogram, and it all came back okay,” Elizabeth began. “A […]

It’s January dear readers! A month of new beginnings and cozy sweaters and (finally) time for reading good books. But January isn’t most people’s favorite month, even though I believe it should be. I love January for many reasons – the first is that it’s my son’s birthday month. I received one of the two […]

Local therapists who work with our children every day know that a kid’s world today is very different from the one we parents and grandparents experienced. Bullying is much more extreme and technology is king. Here are a few suggestions from local professionals to help you better understand and navigate the often challenging landscape of […]

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