The White House recently announced that Malia Obama, the eldest in the First Family, will be taking a gap year, or a year off between high school and college. Apparently there’s a name for it now. My parents just called it “lazy” back then.
Are you ready to celebrate Cinco de Mayo but unsure of where to go? Several restaurants in the Grand Strand will be serving up specials to get the fiesta started. Whether your in the mood for live music, great food or a cold cervazas, they have you covered.
Near the Ron Jon Surf Shop, Kilwins just recently opened its doors to provide a new selection of homemade ice cream and sweets for visitors. This confectioners company is well known and loved for their chocolate, so guests with a sweet tooth can also expect to find all sorts of delectable treats inside.
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.
After nearly 10 years of working throughout the state of Virginia as a licensed clinical social worker, Tony Roman decided to move to Myrtle Beach, ultimately starting his own private practice here, Roman Clinical Consulting, LLC – helping adolescents and adults deal with mental health and substance abuse issues.
The Beef Jerky Outlet also opened up a location in Broadway at the Beach, across from Margaritaville. This franchise growing in popularity doesn’t have just dried meat, although there is that in spades, including game and salmon jerky. The store has a plethora of other snacks, from spicy to sweet, and even some jams and rubs.
Shiki Sushi in Murrells Inlet celebrated their opening in The Shoppes at Tournament Boulevard center a few weeks ago. This new addition provides not only an impressive selection of sushi rolls but also appetizers, hibachi meals, noodle dishes, tempura, teriyaki, and bento boxes.
For those who enjoy a good sandwich, Pawleys Island just got their own Jimmy John’s who celebrated its opening on April 26. Although this franchise is indeed loved for their sandwiches, the company is also well known for fast deliveries, good service, and each restaurant’s dedication to the community.
▪ While Broadway at the Beach continues to undergo major changes, a few smaller additions have snuck their way in to the mix. A number of already existing stores also intend to spruce up their looks in time for summer to add even more freshness to this changing tourist attraction. Some of the updated eateries and food stores include Pepper Palace, both locations of The Fudgery, and the popular Fat Tuesday.