Clean Eatz has brought another location for healthy eating to Myrtle Beach, with their newest location in Carolina Forest open and ready for business. The first Grand Strand Clean Eatz is near 77th Avenue on Kings Highway, and now at 4012 Postal Way the business can provide nutritious food to a greater area.
Angelo’s Mediterranean Grille in the Big Block Junction off S.C. 544 has sadly shut their doors despite being enjoyed by locals. Their Greek and Mediterranean food was a delicious, convenient, filling, and inexpensive option for fans of the cuisine.
The much-anticipated American Tap House has opened, bringing more change and beer to Celebrity Square in Broadway at the Beach. Their bright screen lights up the paths outside the building, drawing the attention of everyone who walks by.
On the cusp of turning the ripe old alternative magazine age of 10, Surge has turned the page of this final issue and has decided to refocus its efforts digitally. Sure, old Surge stories will remain online, but the entertainment focus will shift to our parent company, The Sun News.
On the hunt for a new apartment? A move can be an exciting opportunity to explore a new area or meet new people. However, competitive rental markets can make it difficult to find a desirable place on a budget.
Wet N Wild is one of those brands that girls first got into when, or if, they got into makeup. Along with Lip Smackers and NYC, Wet N Wild is a brand that seemed ever present during my pre-teen 90s years. I found out via Peta2 on Instagram, that Wet N Wild is one of a handful of cruelty-free beauty brands available at Walmart. So, I decided to give their products a shot.
Q: I’m seeing this guy who recently purchased a car. He is 35, and I was surprised to learn that not only is it the first car he’s ever owned, he also just recently got his driver’s license. I asked him if there was any reason why he’d never had one previously.
It’s almost the weekend again, and you haven’t made plans. Don’t worry. The Surge has the scoop to help you look smart and organized and convince your friends that you’ve got it together. Here’s what we recommend.
I’m not going to wax historic from the get-go, but let’s be real – The Tiny House Movement isn’t new. Americans have just reveled in their spaciousness for so long, striving for mini-mansions, when trends come along championing the idea of less-is-more, in some cases it’s liberating and in some cases people we’ll be treated as whackos.
You could hardly have been paying much attention if you traveled the Grand Strand’s musical landscape between 2000-2016, and didn’t run into the Necessary Band. Weathering a few personnel changes with professionalism and an ability to reinvent, downsize, and stay relevant, this popular and highly successful local cover band (that dabbled in original music, too) is finally calling it quits after some 16 years of providing music to the masses.