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September 27, 2018

We know it’s boring. You’ve been sitting at home trying to figure out what to do… Here are the answers! 

Hurrication brings on another week of being anywhere except in the classroom, so here are a few things you can do before returning that could occupy some of your time: 

  1. HOMEWORK: Yeah, yeah. We know you don’t want to hear it but if you go ahead...

September 15, 2018

With Florence making a mess of our area, there really is not much to do right now in the Grand Strand. However, once we all come back to campus and we get back into our routine, be sure to check out these hot spots right in our backyard.

Horry County: 

Food: River City Café or Ultimate California Pizza: Both operated by the same owner, River City Café has two locati...

April 21, 2018

Julius Caesar written by William Shakespeare produced at Coastal Carolina University, directed by Gwendolyn Schwinke was an empowering and motivating piece.  

Gwendolyn Schwinke, theater professor at Coastal Carolina, directed an empowering and motivating rendition of Julius Caesar. 

It was a full female cast with leads featuring some familiar faces that are approac...

April 11, 2018

A controversial topic for many could be politics but, for others, it’s religion.

A play which takes on the circumstantial and topic controversy is non-other than Hand to God written by Robert Askins, which was produced at Theatre of the Republic in downtown Conway, March 16 to March 25.  

This play addresses morality, the world of uncertainty and absurd situations....

April 4, 2018

A truly beautiful production by Carolina Forest High School, West Side Story was exquisite and emotional in its entirety. The set design, scene changes and sound were perfectly blended at ease to the eyes and ears, which kept the audience engaged and not looking down at their cell phones wondering when the show would be over.

Instead, the f...

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