We already know Hilton Head Island and the surrounding Lowcountry is where the masses migrate for good food and that everyday vacay feel. As the summer winds down, cooler breezes kick up, and...
Follow a Local to Mixx on Main
Expanded facility and new Sunday hours add more fun to the mix
Fantastic Floors: Sir Grout of the Lowcountry finishes on top as national franchise
Sir Grout of the Lowcountry, well known in the area for their outstanding ability to restore natural stone floors to flawless, like new finishes, now has another reason to shine. The local business...
Lowcountry Fish and Grits Music Festival
Music, food, and a good time for the binyas (natives) and comyas (non-natives)
Operation Excellence: Robert Moul steps outside the box to elevate your real estate experience
Have you seen him? He’s the guy with the exquisitely groomed Aquaman beard, walking around in a suit and tie (complete with matching pocket square) on the steamiest dog days of summer. While clothes...
A Note from Mayor Sulka: September 2022
The Value of Product Ideation The growth of this area brings the need to continue to educate new and old residents about their town government. One important initiative is the Don Ryan Center of...
A Note from Mayor McCann: September 2022
Congratulations to Chief Brad Tadlock on His Upcoming Retirement Chief Brad Tadlock is one of the people I greatly admire for his leadership, professionalism, and teamwork. Last month, he announced...
Long Cove Lowcountry with an Edge
Merged styles blend beautifully in warm, welcoming, wide-open new home
Neighborhood Stroll: Long Cove Club
Touring Hilton Head Island’s premier neighborhoods
Our 268 Acre Foxhole
More than a sporting club or enchanting event location, according to its members, Legacy Oaks Preserve is, “a lifesaving venue.”
How to Prepare for a Recession
In the Lowcountry, during any given hurricane season, we never know in advance if a major storm will hit us. But we know it’s always smart to prepare in advance. In a sense, that’s where the U.S. economy is now. Some indicators are signaling an economic storm is headed this way.
All in the Family: Independent Benefit Advisors
Ashley Gasiorowski was not expecting to fall in love with pickleball. It just happened. “This year has been an interesting year,” she said. “I had picked up the sport of pickleball from my friends...
Homegrown Grocery Store
I might just be posthumously a millennial, but there is an ingenuity to being seemingly industrious without actually doing anything. I believe my parents’ generation labeled it as being lazy, but...
Editor’s Note: September 2022
Dive Bars + Shrimp I am not a dive bar kind of gal. After over 40 years on this planet, this is one thing I know about myself. If I’m going to go out for a drink, I want to look at a gorgeous view...
Taking in a Dive along the Coast
When you think about all the games we played to pass the time as kids, it doesn’t take long at all to rattle off a list. Of course, this was long before the smartphone changed everything. Heck, I am even talking pre-cable TV and remote controls. Can you imagine our kids living through such a time?
Fundamentals for Pursuing Investment Success
It’s been said that a rising tide lifts all boats. And despite negative returns in both stocks and bonds year-to-date, many investors seem content that they have weathered yet another storm, simply...
Face First: Bella Santé Esthetics offers unique custom and corrective treatments
If you’re in the market for skincare spas, the options abound. However, contrary to what you may think, one size does not fit all. Your skin is as distinctive and exceptional as you are, so finding...
Favorite recipes by: Chef Lynn Michelle
September Shrimp Baiting Season There is nothing finer than the simultaneous September full moon rise and sunset, the changing colors of the marsh grass for a Lowcountry fall, and shrimp baiting...
September 2022: Money Management Spotlight
Dan Guerrini, Thomas M. Dowling CFA, CFP®, CIMA®, Brandon B. Witt CFP® Alliance Global Partners We are a financial planning firm, and what we are known for is helping successful business owners and...
9 Bartenders We LOVE
Bartending isn’t just about pouring drinks. If it were the extent of their craft, anyone could do it. Right now, there are robots out there mixing mudslides and piña coladas. But that’s not bartending; that’s just mixing drinks.
And that’s the easy part. What makes a good bartender isn’t how they masterfully blend ingredients into a toast-worthy cocktail; it’s how they blend personalities. It’s how they can be your closest confidante on a day when you just need to vent over a stiff one. It’s how they can tame a whole bar full of unruly tourists with just a few words. It’s how they will toast your best days with your favorite drink, prepared before you’ve even asked for it.
A robot can mix you a drink. But a bartender will be your therapist, your cheerleader, and if necessary, your babysitter. And that’s why we’re thankful they’ll always be there.
The Fat Boy’s Guide to Food
Step inside the lard-laden arteries of a man who has spent his life devouring some of the world’s most questionable cuisine.