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Properties at the Market Common Joins Real Living Real Estate Brokerage Network by John Jobson MYRTLE BEACH, SC (Mar. 20, 2018) – Real Living Real Estate, one of the nation’s leading real estate franchisors and a member of the HSF Affiliates LLC family of real estate brokerage franchise networks, today announced that independent brokerage Properties …

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Market Common Cost of Convenience.

by Emma Ware, D.H.N, C.N, C.H.H of the Market Common The cost of convenience teaches people to make choices in a hurry. Being in a hurry causes you to compromise in your decision making with your health habits.  Convenience more often than not, is a result of lack of organization, planning, having structure and rules. …

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Service and Repairs Anytime, All Along the Grand Strand by Melissa LaScaleia Jeremy Hartlaub started J & J Air in Myrtle Beach in 2001. He’s originally from the Baltimore Maryland area, and graduated from Bridgewater College, in Central Virginia, with a degree in economics in 2001. “Right when I graduated, the Dotcom Bubble burst and …

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A Message from Jim Parker

The air shows from the 70’s and 80’s that I remember took place here in Myrtle Beach and featured F-16 Thunderbirds. The shows used to occur around the time of the annual

Sun Fun Festival. This festival was a big little event on the Boulevard across the street from the old pavilion, and everyone would gather to see the pageants and eat cotton candy.

Now we’re excited to welcome the Blue Angels to Myrtle Beach. Although the event is happening next month, we aim to keep you in the know, before some of the best seats in the house sell out. In addition to appealing to the large number of veterans and retirees in our community, this is a wonderful boon for the Market Common, an event that’s sure to draw many tourists and introduce visitors from near and far to all our community has to offer.

I also want to bring your attention to the article on page 9, about the after school program for the girls at St. James. We’ve known Kerri for over 10 years; she worked for us for a few years before the Insider and Properties at the Market Common were even a twinkle. I think it’s important for the community to support youth activities, and we especially stand behind and want to bring attention to non-profits. We take our hat off to Kerri and the other volunteers who give their time to support programs that enrich our youth. We recognize her achievements and are proud of her for giving back to the community in this way.

Lastly, this month, we’re excited to announce that Properties at the Market Common is now affiliated with Real Living Real Estate as a franchisee. Stay tuned for more on this in the coming months.

Jim Parker, Co-owner of Properties at the Market Common, Co-owner Insider at the Market Common

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Charlie’s Corner

Charlie’s Corner is the domain of Charlie, the furry four-legged lady’s man of Market Common.  Each month, he’ll share information to help all new, visiting, and existing doggie community members get the most out of life alongside their human companions.  Here, we’ll feature his reflections on what it’s like to be a dashing downtown doggie, …

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Market Common Residents – Carl and Cathy Sivertsen by Melissa LaScaleia   Introduce me to your family.   It’s myself and my wife Cathy.  We have amongst us four children and five grandchildren.  We’re both retired now.  She was a second grade teacher, and I worked with education and outreach programs dealing with West Nile …

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Market Common History

by Melissa LaScaleia Past month’s history article explored possibilities about where the name Chicora originated, and this month, we continue where our story left off— with the Spanish and French making initial discoveries and colonizing attempts of the coastal land. The first documented visitation to the South Carolina coast by the Spanish was in 1521. …

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The Mac n’ Cheese You Weren’t Expecting When we’re looking for non-traditional, think-outside-the-box recipes, we always turn to Megan for delicious ideas. And this month’s recipe is no exception. With an alter- native take on a down-home staple, this dairy-free, vegan mac and cheese is a nice, satisfying meal for the transitional season of March. …

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Love Sparkles Cut-Out Cookies Add a little sparkle to your winter and Valentine’s Day in the Market Common with these traditional all-time favorite cookies— Butter and Sugar Cut-Outs. Who doesn’t like to bake cookies, play with sparkly things, or delve into dessert? Well, it may not be everyone’s cup-of-tea, but it sure is Melissa’s, and …

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Kick off the New Year right, with Megan of the Insider at the Market Common, and try our healthy and tasty, grab-n-go treat — NoBakeEnergyBalls. We suspect she created the recipe herself, but she won’t say. Megan is all about quick, and easy-to-make energy boosting snacks that get you through your day no matter how …

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