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    CALENDAR

    Here's a look at some of the entertainment and events happening locally in the next few days. For a full list see the Calendar page.

    TWITTER

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    Where we've been

    Looking for some place new to try? Check out one of these places which we've checked into recently or click over to the Reviews page for more information.

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    MEDIA

    FEATURED VIDEO

    Here's some of the great video work being produced around the area, for more ListenUp videos and interviews Click here.

    PHOTO GALLERY

    Here's a look at some of our most recent photos of various entertainment events around town.
    To see all of our photos and event coverage, click here.

     

    EDITOR'S PICKS

    Things move fast on the Grand Strand and we know you're too busy to read about everything happening around town. Here's some of the great stories you may have missed that we think are worth giving another look:

     

    THE POWER OF SONG

    Local Christian musician Alan Parks has been through highs, including a successful career that spanned the globe, and lows, inclduing the death of his father and wife. Read the story of how one song changed it all.  Click here.

     

     

     


     

    SHARING A VISION

    Since relocating to the Grand Strand a few years ago, Ground Zero teen ministry has made a big impact on the area with its musical events, festivals and fellowship. Now the group is set to take the next big leap in its mission with the opening of Ground Zero teen club, opening downtown in the former Rivoli Theatre this spring. Get an inside look at the new club.

     


     

    DOMECANDY BUILDING
    A BETTER BOOMBOX

    Founded by Seth “Mr. Spark” Alcorace, 29, and Bobby “Dr. XactO” Williams, 36, Domecandy is a two-man electronics company that produces the RockBox, a device that combines classic aesthetics and modern functionality to make a unique portable speaker. Read their story.

     


     

    THE BOWERY: 
    BUILDING A TRADITION 

    For The Bowery, the journey to become a world renowned entertainment venue and a Myrtle Beach icon began in 1944. In its more than six decades of operation the place has seen it all. Check out the story of how a downtown honky tonk became a local icon.

     

     

     


     

    A PLACE FOR JAZZ

    Though Myrtle Beach has been called a "place where Jazz is obsolete" there are a dedicated few keeping this beloved genre alive on the Grand Strand. Check out our interview with some of the top Jazz musicians in the area about where they play See the video.