Cooking for One

By Betsy L. Haase

I remember the sad face, a tear plopping – almost off the glossy page of my oversized book. Because he was lame, the squirrel could only forage his dinner from what the other creatures in his neighborhood forest left behind. He was struggling with a rotten acorn on a mostly empty plate when the tale […]


By Erika Hoffman

In the past six years, I’ve made three new friends. Pitiful, you say? I’d have agreed once upon a time. Yet, circumstances change. I used to be hyper-social. The one office I was chronically elected to fill – social secretary. Because I possessed a motor mouth, folks automatically figured I’d make friends. Not always. Sometimes, […]

Chocolate Covered Zen

By Rose Ann Sinay

I made a promise this year to avoid cold-turkey resolutions I couldn’t keep. So, I decided to take a natural Zen approach to tweaking the 60-plus years of a couple of undesirable habits: my chocolate obsession and my constant procrastination. I have allowed myself leeway with the definition of change, trusting my intuition through meditation. […]

Welcome to the bubble! Well, technically Sweetgrass West in Market Common. You know, those colorful Charlestonian homes across Farrow Parkway from the shops and restaurants? That’s my neighborhood, my forever home. My happy place. A place many of us who live here jokingly refer to as The Bubble. Why? Because we are spoiled with the […]

I met artist Bruce Munro via Skype from his studio in England and, even though we were many miles apart, I was struck by his warmth and good humor, as well as his excitement about his upcoming exhibition in Brookgreen Gardens. Talking to this brilliant, world renowned artist had me a bit star struck, but […]

–Read It!–

By Nicole McManus

Saving Meghan, by D. J. Palmer Meghan is fifteen years old, and she is tired of being sick. She used to love playing soccer and was hoping for a possible scholarship, but now, she doesn’t even want to get out of bed. She feels the switches being turned off inside her, even if the doctors […]

Shine CafĂ© 707 Main Street, Conway Brunch Saturday and Sunday 10am-2pm Menu Highlights: Garden of Eden Potatoes, Crab Benedict, Shrimp & Grits, Homemade Challah Bread The Famous Toastery 2005 Oakheart Rd, Carolina Forest 7am-3pm breakfast, lunch and brunch all day Menu Highlights: Sunrise Burrito, Breakfast Pizza, Flapjacks, Specialty Omelets Blueberry’s Grill 7931 N. Kings Hwy, […]

“Somehow, it happens,” laughed Summer Karst when I asked her how she manages to do everything packed into her busy life. Summer is the co-owner of Random, a clothing boutique in Market Common, the mother of two girls, Vivi, 8, and Isla, 10, and is married to Timothy a history teacher and football coach at […]

If you ever scroll through any social media site, you’ve probably seen, or listened to, or enjoyed reading about, the women of Sunshine & Salty Secrets. Amanda Patrick, Elizabeth Ferraro, Keri Smith and Nicole Queen all live in Myrtle Beach, are married with children and have busy, successful careers. Amanda is a realtor, with Coldwell […]

“All I see out there now right now are animal prints,” laughed Amy Bunn when I asked her about this year’s fashion trends. Amy is the owner of The Joggling Board in Pawleys Island, a Lilly Pulitzer Signature Shop for ladies and children. “Funny you asked, we just got our last resort delivery and, low […]

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