CH2 CELEBRATE HILTON HEAD!
CH2 CELEBRATE HILTON HEAD!
plus: THE ULTIMATE FLING BEFORE THE RING Party at Poseidon SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY: For the sociably inclined
ANNUAL LOVE AFFAIR WITH FOOD
featuring: THE FACES OF FOOD & BEVERAGE 路 BURGERS & BREW 路 THE IMPORTANCE OF BBQ IN THE SOUTH 路 FLAVORFUL FOOD FASHION 路 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN FESTIVAL
CB2 CELEBRATE BLUFFTON & BEYOND
WHAT SORT OF CRAPPY CUSTOMER ARE YOU?
6 ANNUAL LOVE AFFAIR WITH FOOD ISSUE!
FEATURING THE FACES OF FOOD & BEVERAGE BURGERS & BREW THE IMPORTANCE OF BBQ IN THE SOUTH FLAVORFUL FOOD FASHION SEPTEMBER 2015
THE ITALIANAMERICAN FESTIVAL SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY: FOR THE SOCIABLY INCLINED
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CH2 CELEBRATE HILTON HEAD!
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WOMEN IN BUSINESS including:
THE CASE FOR A WOMAN PRESIDENT 5 STEPS TO STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS THE END OF MATERNITY LEAVE: ARE YOU IN OR OUT?
HOW FAMILIES GET BLENDED ARTICLE BY LINDA S. HOPKINS
ivorce can seem like the end of the world to children of all ages—from toddlers to teens to adults. No matter how amicable the agreement or how fair the settlement, the nuclear family has exploded and the fallout is inevitable. It’s a big blow that can result in frustration, anger, resentment, confusion and sadness. Making matters more complex is the leftover guilt, shame and regret that often casts children smack in the middle of the parents’ tug of war.
A LINE IN THE SAND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANNE
ONE subject. TWO opinions.
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Photography by Anne
A Note from Lisa Sulka
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ARTICLE BY KITTY BARTELL PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK STAFF
SERG GROUP PRESENTS
THE ULTIMATE FLING BEFORE THE RING S AT U R DAY
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Photography by Anne short ribs (short ribs cut across the bones instead of parallel to them) can be ordered * Flanken-style at butcher shops.
Ê “EXCUSE ME, we were here before them.”
“TABLE FOR 15?”
“SEPARATE CHECKS... GRRREAT!”
“CAN I HAVE IT THE OLD WAY?”
“How long is the wait???”
“GUACAMOLE IS EXTRA?”
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“+ A SIDE OF MUSTARD.”
“IS THIS SANDWICH GLUTEN FREE?”
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ô “It’s her birthday, can you sing?”
“WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE THING ON THE MENU?”
“Do you have a kids menu?”
> “What is our waitress’ name?”
DRESSING ON THE SIDE
“Check please, in a hurry!”
"CAN WE MOVE TABLES?"
“NO WE DIDN’T MAKE A RESERVATION.”
TIPS TO REMEMBER:
THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT. THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT. THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT.
To all chefs, owners, servers and bartenders, we say THANK YOU!
THANK YOU — PLEASE COME AGAIN
SKINNY BOWL - 100 Calories Grilled vegetables served on spinach and field greens with your choice of protein.
TUNA STEAK - 122 Calories
Oil & Vinegar (140 Calories) Golden Italian (200 Calories) Greek (200 Calories)
FRESH VEGETABLES - 50 Calories
ON THE SIDE
FAT FREE Sundried Tomato Vinaigrette (90 Calories)
- - - WARNING: ALL ORIGINAL ITEMS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR DEVOURING - - -
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ARTICLE BY KITTY BARTELL
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANNE
POWER BOWL - 276 Calories Quinoa, griled vegetables and black beans with your choice of protein.
LETTUCE WRAPS - Any sandwich OR wrap can be converted into a lettuce wrap
PALEO OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE Grass Fed Elk - 331 Calories
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ARTICLE BY KENT THUNE
P H OTO G R A P H Y BY ASS O RT E D A RT I STS
AR TICLE BY KITTY BAR TELL
TW TW EET EET TWEET
ARTICLE BY KENT THUNE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY M.KAT
THOUGHT A SINGLE WRITER’S KITCHEN ADVENTURES
NO SERVERS WERE HARMED (ONLY TORTURED) IN THIS SHOOT
WHAT SORT OF
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK STAFF SPECIAL THANKS TO CRAZY CRAB AND OLD FORT PUB FOR HOSTING OUR OBNOXIOUS GUESTS.
Kandace W. // 7:05 PM
Can you believe that they were allowed in here? Mike R. // 7:10PM
Iâ€™ve lost my appetite. He is burping and she is cutting her nails! Kandace W. // 7:11 PM
I hope they leave soon!
The inappropriately dressed couple
Catherine D. // 12:45 PM
OMG!!! I literallly canâ€™t even right now! Hunter K. // 12:50 PM
Do you think they need help? Is that baby NAKED?
“ ”THaT family
Stephanie K. // 3:30 PM
Hey lady! Get here now! Kevin is here and he asked about you!!! Kaity R. // 3:31 PM
UGH! My mom is making me take my brother to his game. GOD my life!! Stephanie K. // 3:32 PM
...I’ll tell him you’re coming.
Ellory S. calling Eric M. // 3:30 PM
Eric...hey um you needed to talk. You’re what? [crying]...
The social media obsessed
Mike R. // 8:00 PM
DUDE! This hottie is making out with this lucky guy. Iâ€™m going to try and take a photo...hang on! Betty speaking
WE ARE IN A RESTAURANT! GET A ROOM!
P.D.A. on parade
Mark A. thinking to himself
This guy will never decide and, of course, she is NOW out of water.
Oh, tuna salad, I didnâ€™t see that. Hmm. This changes everything.
The terrible tipper
Thatâ€™s all for you babe!
Brandy D. // 2:00 PM
I officially need a new job! Mom // 2:30 PM
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WHERE TO GET YOUR BARBECUE (Noun) IN BLUFFTON Bluffton BBQ 11 State of Mind Street, The Promenade www.blufftonbbq.com Burn Box Social from the folks at Farm Follow their Facebook page for pop-up locations Choo Choo BBQ- Xpress 129 Burnt Church Road choochoobbq.net
KIND OF IN BLUFFTON (But Not Really)
The Pink Pig 3508 South Okatie Hwy, Hardeeville www.pinkpigbbq.com
ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND Bullies BBQ 3 Regency Parkway www.bulliesbbq.com One Hot Mamaâ€™s 7 Greenwood Drive www.onehotmamas.com The Smokehouse 34 Palmetto Bay Road www.smokehousehhi.com
ONE HOT MAMAS
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ARTICLE BY CASSIE COCHRANE, PT, DPT, NCS
HORIZON REHABILITATION & SPORTS MEDICINE
ow would you feel if you couldn’t control or move your body the same way you’ve done for your entire life? Frustrated, tired, and defeated would probably spring to mind. As a physical therapist, these are just some of the emotions my patients express when I first sit down with them to discuss their concerns. My entire focus is returning them to full mobility, and the first steps include a complete evaluation of why my patients
cannot move in the way they need to move and how to go about improving that. Only then can I create a treatment program to help them accomplish their goals. One recent patient, David DeLoach, was referred to me about a year ago for treatment incorporating the LSVT BIG therapy program, a protocol specifically designed for patients with Parkinson’s disease. David had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s about eight months prior, and his symptoms were beginning to interfere with his everyday life. He was starting to shuffle when walking, often catching his left foot on the floor, and having a hard time using his left hand for fine motor tasks. David’s disease was also starting to interfere with his work. Counting money from beach parking meters and manipulating tools in his facilities maintenance job for the Town of Hilton Head Island were proving to become more and more difficult. Using the LSVT BIG regimen, David and I worked together to formulate his therapy goals and outline a treatment plan that would help him get around more efficiently. We first focused on learning a set of whole-body large amplitude exercises that, with daily practice, help him maximize his range of motion and overcome the smallness of his current movements. After perfecting the large scale exercises, we spent the remainder of his treatment time on repetitive and varied practice of the functional activities that gave him most difficulty: walking over a variety of surfaces and obstacles, working with nuts and bolts, and performing a variety of fine motor tasks with his left hand. By the end of his four weeks of physical therapy, David was no longer shuffling when he walked! He was also more adept using his left hand, and, most important, he was dedicated to practicing his home exercises on a daily basis. Creating a personalized therapy program for patients like David is something we excel at here at Horizon Rehabilitation. By doing so, we are able to see big changes in patients’ physical movements and get them back to fuller, more engaged lives.
« THESE SEATS ARE FOR YOU
ARTICLE BY KITTY BARTELL PHOTOGRAPHY BY M.KAT
THE PARK PLAZA CINEMA EXPERIENCE HILTON HEAD ISLAND’S ÜBER COOL THEATER
LARRY AND LUCE MANN WITH THE THEATER MASCOTS, ANNABELLE AND ANTOINETTE.
LIKE A GOOD BOOK AND A HAMMOCK ON A BREEZY, BILLOWYCLOUD DAY, GOING TO THE MOVIES IS A MODERN-DAY ESCAPE WHERE ORDINARY CONCERNS ARE FORGOTTEN FOR A BIT; WHERE THE DARKNESS PUSHES YOU BACK IN YOUR SEAT, EXPECTING YOU TO SAVOR THE SALTINESS OF THE POPCORN, THE SWEETNESS OF THE MILK DUDS, AND THE COOL SIP OF A SODA.
MIKE AND HARPER HODSDON ENJOY AN EARLY MORNING PADDLEBOARD EXCURSION IN SHELTER COVE MARINA.
ARTICLE BY LINDA S. HOPKINS PHOTOGRAPHY BY M.KAT
AT S H E LT E R C O V E H A R B O U R & M A R I N A
BIKING If you go: Bike Rentals - Shipâ€™s Store (843) 842-7001
Nature Tours & Fishing Charters - Shelter Cove Marina palmettodunes.com/shelter-cove/marina-hilton-head ; (843) 842-7001
Kayaks, Pabbleboards & Towing Sports outsidehiltonhead.com ; (800) 686-6996
Tubing, Water Skis, Wakeboards, Kneeboards - Island Watersports watersportshiltonhead.com ; (843) 843-7001
Shopping & Dining palmettodunes.com/shelter-cove/shelter-cove-harbour SEPTEMBER 2015
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Ben Hughey, Grayson Lentz, Davis Lentz, and Zach Stevens make up a rising new band called Native.
NAMASTE NAMASTE SPA
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK STAFF
ROTARY S E E K S
W O R T H Y
P R O J E C T
Ca t f i s h F e s t i val RETURNS TO HARDEEVILLE
History of the Festival The Hardeeville Catfish Festival started as a fundraiser by the Hardeeville Marine Rescue Squadron to help defray costs for assisting the United States Coast Guard, and the South Carolina and Georgia Department of Natural Resources with their search and rescue efforts for boaters in distress and water accidents. The first few years, the event took place at Millstone Landing along the perimeter of Hardeeville. The city then brought it downtown and renamed it the â€œCelebrate Hardeeville Festival.â€? After five years, the Chamber of Commerce and the Hardeeville Marine Rescue Squadron assumed its management and renamed it the Catfish Festival. This year, the festival was re-designated as a single entity non-profit corporation and is organized and directed by a group of talented and dedicated citizen volunteers.
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Porter & Pig: Happy Hour Live Jazz with Will & Delbert (4:30-7:30) $4 House Wines $5 Chorizo Stuffed Dates
T Hudson’s- Happy Hour! Beer, cocktails & bites (Daily 3-6PM) Corks (Bluffton)Every Tuesday OPEN MIC with Johnny O & The Port O Johns (8-11PM) Marleys Island GrilleHappy Hour, 4-7pm and Live Music (7 Days a Week) Fun for the entire family! Extended patio now open.
The SmokehouseThe Simpson Brothers (Every Sunday night starting at 8PM)
The Black Marlin Hurricane Bar- Happy Hour (4-7pm every weekday)
Charbar Co.- Mike & Leo Duo (6-9PM) Mellow MushroomBeer Club Night Happy Hour! 7 Days a Week!
Wreck at the Salty Dog- Sept 2: Will Snyder (5:30-9:30PM)
Crazy Crab- Brad Wells/Harry Santana (rotating every other Wednesday; 6-9PM)
The Crazy CrabMike Wilson (Mondays 6-9PM) Mellow MushroomSept 6: Kick Off Party! NFL Football Food & Drink Specials Giveaways! Party starts at 12PM!
Mellow Mushroom (Bluffton)- Trivia Night (Tuesdays @ 9PM)
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Mellow Mushroom (HH)- Trivia Night (Wednesday @ 9PM)
Kingfisher (Pelican’s Point)Earl Williams - Motown, Jazz & Blues (Fridays @ 6PM) Wild Wing (Hilton Head)Sept 4: Whiskey Run Sept 18: Souls Harbor Duo Sept 25: Nicholas Wright
Hudson’s- M&M Morgan & Marshall (Thursdays 6-9PM) Happy Hour! Food and Drink Specials (everyday from 3-6PM)
Wild Wing (Bluffton)Sept 4: La Bodega Sept 11: Big Show w/ Chris Brandi! Sept 18: MoZo Sept 25: TBA Salty Dog Cafe- Dave Kemmerly (6-10PM)
Crazy Crab- Mike Wilson (Thursdays; 6-9PM)
Mellow MushroomTap & App Night! $1 OFF Beer Tap & Appetizers.
ELA’s Blu Water Grille- John Wasem (Saturdays; 7-10PM) Aunt Chilada’s- Adam Gardner (Saturdays; 1-4PM & 7-10PM)
Aunt Chilada’sNick Poulin (Thursdays; 7-10PM) Poulin Trio (9-Midnight) Wild Wing (Hilton Head)Sept 3: Groove Town Assault Sept 10: Chase Martin Sept 17: MoZo Sept 24: Nickel Bag of Funk
The Salty Dog- Sept 5: Salty Dog Annual Crab Boil. Crab legs, burgers and more. Outside with live music and children’s entertainment (4-8PM)
Wild Wing (Hilton Head)Sept 5: TJ Lazer & The New Detroits
Corks (Bluffton)Sept 4: Chilly Willy Sept 11: The Chiggers Sept 18: Native Sept 25: Muddy Creek(9PM-12AM)
Wild Wing (Bluffton) Sept 5: Groove Town Assault Sept 12: Tailgate Party w/ BYOG Sept 19: Bootess Sept 26: Zack Stiltner Band Mellow Mushroom- College Football Food & Drink Specials HHI- Karaoke @ 10PM
SAVE THE DATE! REGATTA WEEKEND ON CALIBOGUE SOUND Sponsored by Harbour Town at Sea Pines Resort The 46th Annual Harbour Town Cup Regatta, Saturday, October 17, 2015 The 45th Annual Calibogue Cup Regatta, Sunday, October 18, 2015 The series of races begin on Saturday at 12PM and on Sunday at 10:00AM. 843-671-6536 or yachtclubhh.org
PORTRAIT OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am-4pm. Art League of Hilton Head Gallery 843.681.5060.
TIE-DYEING FUN Afternoons from 11AM UNTIL 4PM
SUN-TUES “TWO THOUGHT MINIMUM” STARRING MENTALIST BILL GLADWELL Pelican’s Point Comedy Club @ 8:00PM $18 for general seating, and $22 for VIP seating
Happy birthday bailey!
DAVID WINGO BENEFIT CONCERT Rooftop Bar at Poseidon @ 6:00PM There will be a fantastic silent auction and lots of musician friends dropping by to sit in.
NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION PetSmart Bluffton, SC 12PM-3PM
TUESDAYS SEA PINES FARMERS MARKET PRESENTED BY LOWCOUNTRY PRODUCE 10AM-2PM Runs through December
28 FULL MOON SHORE EXPLORE 7:30-9PM 15/adult, $10/ child (ages 12 & under) (843) 842-1979
NOAH ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION Farmer’s Market Bluffton 2-7PM
8TH ANNUAL PALMETTO DUNES FALL TENNIS CLASSIC All Day Event Palmetto Dunes
RUN FOR RET Sea Pines Forest Preserve; 8:00AM Open to all levels & ages. retfoundation. com
17 DON RYAN CENTER FOR INNOVATION HOSTS EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR 6PM-7:30PM Don Ryan Center for Innovation ryaninnovationcenter.com HOW TO REVIVE YOUR FURNITURE Revival Designs & Decor; 2-4pm 785-5557 or RevivalDesigns HHI.com
LOWCOUNTRY ROCKIN’ THE PINK BREAST CANCER WALK Red Cedar Elementary School Saturday, October 3, 2015 Starts at 8:00AM $20 / $10 Tshirts 843-757-2800
12 FOURTH ANNUAL CUT-A-THON Tara’s at 55 New Orleans Drive contribute to the community’s Feral Cat Program. www.hhhumane. org
FARMERS MARKET IN OLD TOWN BLUFFTON 2-7PM Calhoun Street farmersmarket bluffton.org
WED-SAT STAND-UP POOLSIDE MOVIE Pelican’s Point Harbour Town Pool Comedy Club @ April 1-15; 7:30pm 8:00PM 16/adult, $13/ childfor (ages 12 & $18 general younger) seating, and $22 (843) 842-1979 for VIP seating
NOAH ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION Whole Foods Local Fair 11AM-2PM
18-19 41ST ANNUAL CATFISH FESTIVAL City Hall on Main Street in Hardeeville
25-26 JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION’S THIRD ANNUAL TASTE AMERICA The Cedar Room at the Cigar Factory Charleston, SC www.jbftasteamerica. org/event/charleston
MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER WALK Coligny Beach Saturday, October 3, 2015 Registration begins at 8:30 am and the walk begins at 10:00 am.
19 BEACH SWEEP 9AM-12PM Sea Pines Resort “Life’s a Clean Beach” team seapines.com/ events
26 HOW TO REVIVE YOUR FURNITURE Revival Designs & Decor; 12-2pm 785-5557 or RevivalDesigns HHI.com PRINCESS WARRIORS 2ND ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Rose Hill (843) 338-9000 NOAH’S ARKS RESCUE ADOPTION PetSmart Beaufort, SC 12PM-3PM
Published on Aug 28, 2015
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