Check out this sneak peek at A X's Spring 2010 Campaign shot on Location in Myrtle Beach, SC. Stay tuned for more...
Compilation Vids Of HOT BABES, Sweet Sport Bikes, Expensive Autos And Speed Demons! Myrtle Beach Bike Week 2008 Memorial Weekend
Black Bike Week 2008 Myrtle Beach, sc The Last bike week!
Extreme Motocross Stunts,Jumps And Tricks at the Beachfest with Andrew Palau
Myrtle Beach SC
Myrtle Beach Memorial Bike Week 08 Crash Police Station
Biker tries to ride a wheelie in front of the myrtle beach police station and wipes out BIG TIME, but he is ok! and walks away with minor scratches and so does the bike, lol
We were on our way to our parents house for a cook out, when we were sitting at the street light on Oak Street at 11th ave N, what used to be 10th ave N and is also called Joe White Avenue, When This guy tries to show off,,lol Ohhh well, glad to see you or the bike didn't get hurt! Better Luck Next time dude!
Red Ferrari: Bike Week 2008 Myrtle Beach
Memorial Weekend Fatality, the Atlantic Beach Bike Rally at Myrtle Beach at 62nd Ave N, Suv cut in front of Biker While I was having dinner at the Bamboo Cafe RIP 2007 black bike week death killed murder 187 crash accident truck motorcycle
Myrtle Beach sunrise Paradise and seagulls, extreme sunrise in myrtle beach sc just beautiful and colorful, you dont want to miss this one,, just awe awesome i cant express it enough you just had to be there,, this is the best sunrise I have ever seen, the best sunrise that you will ever see in your life time,, sooo colorful, soo many colors orange , yellow, red, with thick clouds just beautiful, unbelivable sunrise, wish you could have been there (more)
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the perfect destination for a family. Myrtle Beach offers countless family activities from hanging out at the beach, playing around in the ocean, quality shopping and fabulous fishing adventures. You can find out more information at www.discoversouthcarolina.com.
With record breaking heat blazing across the US" ... it only made sense for Sennheiser and the Sound Tour teams to come up with a solution.
2 words. Pool Party.
The cities: Myrtle Beach for the GIRLS, Galveston for the GUYS.
The task: THROW THE BEST POOL PARTY EVER!!!
How did they fair? Was it off the chain? Were there tons of people? Did they successfully get Sennheiser headphones on people while splashing around?
YOU gotta watch and let us know what you think!! And make sure you check back to see how the teams did on the next webisode challenge "Signs". Where you might ask??
Myrtle Beach: Beach Fest: Motorcycle Jump Stunts
The cube act - unique shape juggling & manipulation presented by Denis Ignatov as part of Le Grande Cirque show on stage of the Palace Theater in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Cody, our Jack Russell, Swims Under Water at the Bark Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He LOVES to swim!
Eagles Ride Only Welcome All Rockin' Media!
The world's first rock 'n' roll theme park, Hard Rock Park, is turning up the volume in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Opening in May 2008, this 55-acre theme park will rock out with over 50 attractions for rockers of all ages, including roller coasters, shows, children's play areas, restaurants, cafes and retail stores and a multi-purpose live music amphitheatre.
Hard Rock Park and rock 'n' roll is all about the "experience". Once you become familiar with the Park through our press kit, we hope you make the trip to experience Hard Rock Park, where rock comes to play!
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Rock is authentic and unpredictable but for Hard Rock Park if you need a little nudge to find that right story angle, we are here to help.
One of a Kind:
Hard Rock Park is the world's first rock 'n'roll theme park and the first new major attraction to be built in the U.S. in nearly a decade. From never-before-seen ride technology to a variety of "discoveries," distinctive rides and entertainment options and much more, discover what sets this first of its kind attraction apart from other theme parks.
The Family that Stays Together, Plays Together:
Hard Rock Park is putting a whole new spin on the modern family vacation. Unlike many other theme parks, Hard Rock Park is designed in a way that families can stay together for the duration of their visit. Rather than having separate child-only areas, the Park is built around six "rock environs" that are themed to a specific genre of music, each of which contains rides and shows for all ages, restaurants, shops, and more so that quality time together is something families can actually take advantage of rather than going their separate ways.
Food & beverage is an essential part of the theme park experience and Hard Rock Park has gone to great lengths to ensure its restaurants, diners and eateries are just as rockin' as the rides! Learn how the Park's restaurants were conceptualized, how menus were planned, and what signature items/dishes one wouldn't expect to find at a theme park... fried pickle anyone?
Myrtle Beach Tornado: First Time Ever: Caught On Tape During the late afternoon of July 6, 2001, two tornadoes occurred in portions of North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. A Special Marine Warning was issued for the coastal waters adjacent to Horry County at 3:38 pm. This warning was in effect due to large thunderstorms drifting south along the coastline. The potential for waterspouts was mentioned in the warning.
The first reports were actually of flooding rains and came in around 4:00 pm. At 4:20 pm, the Myrtle Beach police department informed us they were checking on reports of damage, however at this time it was believed the damage was caused by lightning rather than wind.
Between 4:25 and 4:30 pm, several reports of tornadoes in Myrtle Beach were received at the National Weather Service. A Tornado Warning was issued for Horry County at 4:33 pm. At 4:34 pm, weather observations from the Myrtle Beach airport included mention of a tornado moving southwest near the end of the runway. Tower personnel reported seeing the funnel surrounded by a debris cloud.
Many people saw this tornado, and excellent video was obtained by several TV stations and by dozens of vacationers. Their videos show the funnel moving slowly across the beachfront surrounded by a varying cloud of debris and dust. Flashes of light were visible as power lines arced in the winds. Damage was widespread across portions of Myrtle Beach and a small portion of North Myrtle Beach. Luckily, there were NO serious injuries and no deaths directly attributable to the storm.
A preliminary damage assessment was performed during the evening of July 6th and revealed damage to many buildings, signs, utility poles, and vehicles. The magnitude of the damage suggests F2 strength for the tornado, which corresponds to peak wind speeds of 113 to 157 mph. Many automobiles and multi-story motels had their windows blown out. Several structures had damage to their roofs and stucco walls, and one wooden structure had its roof completely removed. Power lines were down and some large billboards were damaged. The power of the wind was very evident when several vehicles were actually flipped over by the tornadoes, including two tourist trolleys. The most concentrated damage occurred in the vicinity of the Myrtle Beach pavilion, although more spotty damage occurred for miles north along the coastline.
This storm occurred during the busy Fourth of July week when nearly 400,000 vacationers are at Myrtle Beach. Reports indicated up to thirty-six people were taken by ambulance to area hospitals for only minor injuries. Damage from this tornado is preliminarily estimated at $8,000,000. Damage to automobiles accounts for over $1,000,000 of that total. At the height of the storm, 4,000 Myrtle Beach residents were without power.
My six year old daughter and I took short flight over the beach. Great helicopter pilot!