BIRD OF WAR: This WW II era B-29, the "Ancient Mariner", is identical to those T.C. Griffin serviced on Saipan. It was originally on display at the Florence Air and Missile Museum, which Mr. Griffin founded, before being damaged by Hurricane Hugo and sent to Dobbins Air Base in Marietta, Georgia, where it currently remains … Continue reading The Griffin Brothers: Service Matters – A Veteran’s Day Tale of Sacrifice
A video compilation of Meniere's info in recognition of Balance Awareness Week -- and the prayers of many with Meniere's and those praying on our behalf For more information on coping techniques, or to assist in increasing Meniere's awareness and encouraging increased research funding, please follow these links: Meniere's Awareness Project https://www.change.org/p/bono-and-u2-meniere-s-disease-rais… Mind Over Meniere's … Continue reading Balance Awareness Week video
At this moment 16 years ago, millions of Americans went quietly to bed, unaware that the next morning their world would change forever. Hundreds packed travel bags they would not live to open. Thousands unknowingly slept with loved ones for the very last time. We never know what the next day, hour, or minute will … Continue reading NEVER FORGET.
By Gray Bostick Oh, Brother, where art thou? Well, if it's Freeman Schmucker you're looking for, you're likely to have your best shot at finding him – and some of the most unusual and imaginative, as well as exquisitely hand-crafted, items in South Carolina – at 1040-A Broad Street in Camden, just under the sign … Continue reading Schmucker’s Brings Taste of Amish Life to Carolina
By Gray Bostick “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise.” So instructs Psalm 98:4. And with their World Famous Sunday Gospel Brunch dining and live music show, the House of Blues Myrtle Beach takes it literally. And then some. The truth is, the … Continue reading House of Blues Gospel Brunch a Seacoast Soul Lifter