Pastor Elizabeth Bowens busts up a stone wall Monday at the historic Charlie’s Place on Carver Street in Myrtle Beach. Residents and city officials meet beneath the shade of a huge cedar tree on the front lawn to remember Charlie's Place. Once a popular club and motel, Charlie's Place hosted famous acts, like Little Richard and James Brown. The city has purchased the property and plans to begin demolition later this week.
Pastor Elizabeth Bowens busts up a stone wall Monday at the historic Charlie’s Place on Carver Street in Myrtle Beach. Residents and city officials meet beneath the shade of a huge cedar tree on the front lawn to remember Charlie's Place. Once a popular club and motel, Charlie's Place hosted famous acts, like Little Richard and James Brown. The city has purchased the property and plans to begin demolition later this week. Matt Silfer For The Sun News
Pastor Elizabeth Bowens busts up a stone wall Monday at the historic Charlie’s Place on Carver Street in Myrtle Beach. Residents and city officials meet beneath the shade of a huge cedar tree on the front lawn to remember Charlie's Place. Once a popular club and motel, Charlie's Place hosted famous acts, like Little Richard and James Brown. The city has purchased the property and plans to begin demolition later this week. Matt Silfer For The Sun News

Demolition of historic Myrtle Beach property under way

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