April 2007



Health Note - Fitness on the Run

“We travel to expand our horizons, not our waistlines.”—Author unknown Does your workout routine get out of whack when you travel? Do you think a demanding schedule makes it impossible to stay healthy and fit on the road? Do you think stress, poor health and reduced…
Author:Ken Weisner



Editor's Note - April

April on Hilton Head Island is synonymous with golf. In just a few days thousands of visitors will descend upon our little Island to watch the pros battle it out on the famed Harbourtown Golf Links. Whether you are a fan of golf or not,…
Author:Maggie Washo



Cooks and Books

Literacy volunteers serve up a smorgasbord of fun Can too many cooks spoil the broth? Apparently not when it comes to stirring up a major culinary event. The 2007 Friends of Literacy annual fundraiser will take on a different flavor this year as the organization presents…
Author:Linda S. Hopkins



Dynamic Dining at Two-Eleven Park Wine Bar & Bistro

Two Eleven Park Wine Bar and Bistro’s evolution has remained progressive and loyal to the essence that first made it unique twelve years ago.

Author:Jimmy Leppert



UBS - Making the Most of Your Money

“You are here!” Don’t you just love those maps with the big red arrow pinpointing your precise whereabouts? It’s always easier to decide which way to turn next when you know exactly where you are. It’s no different when you’re mapping your financial future: You…
Author:Linda S. Hopkins



Fresh Catch: Reel in a Great Meal at the Ocean Grille

Does fresh fish prepared to order in savory sauces, a large, live Maine lobster, or a prime steak grilled to perfection tempt your palate? If so, dinner at the Ocean Grille may be in order. The Ocean Grille became the newest addition to the Lowrey Group’s…
Author:Teresa Fitzgibbons



The 5th Annual Art Market at Honey Horn

The Lowcountry is well known for its beautiful landscapes and natural beauty–and as a great place for artists to live and to work. Each year since 2003, the Coastal Discovery Museum has invited artists from all over the country to join forces with some of…
Author:Natalie Hefter



YesterYears- A Sports Fan's Paradise

If you are a sports fan, YesterYears is the store for you. Located at Fresh Market Shoppes on Highway 278, next to the Bonefish restaurant, Yesteryears is a sports memorabilia store featuring only the best in sports collectibles. From trading cards to framed, autographed pictures…
Author:Lawrence Bergin



Wine Talk: What's Golf Got to Do with It?

April on Hilton Head Island is a time for golf. You probably know that the Verizon Heritage Golf Tournament takes place every year at the Harbour Town Golf Links. Many famous golfers from all over the world compete for prize money while spectators enjoy a…
Author:Krissy Cantelupe



Arts & Entertainment: The Eric Culberson Band

Beautifully bending note after note on his classic Trini Lopez 335 electric guitar, blues man Eric Culberson brings a new sound to Boathouse II. His sound. Critics have labeled it “Chicago blues” and “Texas blues” and “Memphis blues.” But if Culberson’s music needs a label,…
Author:Eric Culberson



Not A Golfer? Not a Problem!

Mark Twain defined golf as “a good walk spoiled.” I disagree. It’s a good and very long walk spoiled. When it comes to the sport, I have to be honest with myself… and anyone unfortunate enough to play with me. I do not have a knack…
Author:Becca Dupps Edwards



The Heritage Survival Guide for Residents

It’s that time of year again. Legions of golf fans will arrive on Hilton Head Island to attend one of the PGA’s premiere events, The Verizon Heritage of Golf. As a sports fan, I look forward to the throngs of fans and reporters that arrive…
Author:Keith Kelson



Palmetto Hall: Golf Under the Radar

Back in the early 1990s, golf writers couldn’t get enough of the new Arthur Hills layout at Palmetto Hall Plantation. Golf Magazine rated it one of the top ten new courses in the U.S. Two years later, Robert Cupp got the opportunity to craft 18…
Author:Paul deVere



Restoring a Classic: Rees Jones at Haig Point

Rees Jones. For golfers the name has special meaning. Anyone who has played Bear Creek, Oyster Reef, the Country Club of Hilton Head or Haig Point knows the name. It’s right there on the scorecard: Rees Jones, Architect. The name also has special meaning to every…
Author:Paul deVere



Latitude Adjustment - A New Travel Column

Do you need a latitude adjustment? Some of us are “lucky” enough to have family or friends who let us know when we need an attitude adjustment, but the need for a latitude adjustment (to go from where we are to some other place) is…
Author:Kate Keep



Island Cigars: A Premium Experience

The most difficult challenge for Carl Hess, owner of Island Cigars is conveying the truth to the public. “There are so many misconceptions surrounding the cigar business,” he said, “and people continue to propel the myths.” Having been associated with the industry for over fifteen…
Author:NancyLee Honey



Tipping Etiquette 101

Much of the travel and tourism industry in the United States involves employees who base some or most of their salary on the tips they receive from satisfied guests and customers. Of course, not everyone expects a tip or, more importantly, deserves a tip, so…
Author:Craig Hysell



P. Venus - Golf is a Four Letter Word

You could say that golf and I got off on the wrong foot almost immediately. One of my earliest memories of spending time with my father was on a golf course. For whatever reason, Dad got stuck lugging around a five-year-old in addition to a…
Author:P. Venus



Make Yourself at Home at Market Street Cafe

In the heart of Coligny Plaza lies a home away from home—Market Street Café. It’s the sort of place where both the loyal locals and returning visitors are greeted by name and even first-time guests like they’re among old friends. “We know just about everyone who…
Author:Teresa Fitzgibbons



A Conversation with Steve Wilmot

What you probably don’t know about Steve Wilmot: He was a football, basketball, baseball kind of guy, not golf, when he got his “10-month” job.

Author:Paul deVere




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