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Leslie Moore

Saving Starfish

By Leslie Moore

There’s a popular story that tells of a woman walking along the beach and throwing stranded starfish back into the water. When asked why she was doing this when it was impossible to save the thousands of starfish washed up on the beach, the rescuer replied that was certainly very important to the ones she […]

Summer is my favorite time of year. I never complain about the heat, and I enjoy meeting the visitors who come to enjoy the spectacular beauty of our area. While on my morning beach run or walk, I see many of the same people, who, like me, love the peace and beauty of the dawn. […]

This July is a big month for me. On the 13th, I will turn 50. Yes, my friends, it’s a big birthday! For the past few months, I’ve been thinking a lot about this milestone and how I feel about it. And, I’ve come to the conclusion that I really am getting better, in most […]

Tucked away on a quiet street in Litchfield Country Club, Dottie Dixon and her husband, John, live a quiet and satisfying life. Dottie is a well-known local artist who has won numerous awards and is exhibited in several local galleries. Her work has appeared on the cover of Sasee twice in the past few years. […]

As the only child of older parents, I spent a lot of time growing up listening to my parents, and their friends, talk. They talked about everything from their favorite foods to the skeletons in the family closet, and I cherish the many things I learned about my parents’ lives that they may not have […]

For as many years as I’ve been living in this area (more than 30), we’ve gone to Brookgreen Gardens and had a picnic sometime around Mother’s Day. Both my mother and my mother-in-law love the gardens and this outing was always a sure bet for a good time. My mother has been gone for many […]

There’s a restaurant in a rural part of Georgetown County, about halfway between Georgetown and Hemmingway, which serves huge helpings of delicious home-cooked, southern food. You really have to know where it is to eat there. They don’t advertise, nor do they have a sign. It’s in the middle of nowhere. But, it’s packed every […]

Putting together this issue was so much fun for me. Green is my favorite color, and there are so many “green” things I love: the good feeling I get when I separate my trash and take it to the recycling center, those bright green shoots that peek out from the dead-looking branches of my hydrangeas […]

With a hard hat covering her stylish blond hair, Tammy Pahel is as at home on the construction site at she is in her office, or on the job designing and managing some of the finest spas in the world. Her company, Spa Management Solutions, designed, built, and now manages the new Cinzia The Spa […]

Our community is fortunate to have many talented musicians and access to numerous high-quality, professional performances, such as the Long Bay Symphony, CCU’s diverse cultural offerings, the FPC Concert Series and, of course, the Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art. Held in the fall, this spectacular festival brings us world class musicians like Barrage, […]

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