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K​ids Can Enjoy Trick Or Treating And A Fireworks Show At Broadway On Saturday, October 31

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Halloween is one of the most popular holidays of the year, and Broadway at the Beach is ready to celebrate!

Bring your children to Broadway and enjoy an afternoon and evening filled with mystery, magic and fun. We'll look forward to seeing your littlest ones in costumes that transform them into Superheroes, sweet cartoon princesses and scrappy action figures.

On October 31, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., kids are invited to enjoy Trick or Treating along the walkways of Broadway at the Beach. Our participating merchants will be waiting with little surprises for all those in costume.

Then, the whole family can finish off the evening with a colorful fireworks show over Lake Broadway at 8 p.m.

After Trick or Treating and goodie sorting, be sure to share the photos you've taken with us by using #BroadwayattheBeach when posting on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

So put on your costume and discover our world of Halloween wonder at Broadway at the Beach!

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Celebrate National Pretzel Month With A Stop At Auntie Anne's

Posted in Broadway at the Beach, Featured Posts, Dining

October is National Pretzel Month. It's time to celebrate the creation of one of mankind's truly twisted inventions — the soft pretzel. Legend says that Christian monks created the doughy treat as far back as the 12th century. They twisted the pretzels into the shape of crossed arms – the popular posture for prayer in those very old days. By the 17th century, the pretzel knot was being revered as a symbol of everlasting love.

Some reports say the pretzel came over to America with the first English settlers, but it wasn't until 1861 that the first pretzel factory was built in Pennsylvania. Today, one of that state's claims to fame is that it produces 80% of all the pretzels made in the U.S.

Which brings us to Auntie Anne's, a company that started selling its pretzels at a Pennsylvania farmers market in 1988, and now has a home at Broadway at the Beach.

At Auntie Anne's in Broadway's Caribbean Village, these delicious snacks are mixed, hand-rolled and shaped right before your eyes, then baked to perfection as you wait with your mouth watering.

Auntie Anne's likes to say that it's “raising the standard of snacking" and few who have tasted their pretzels would disagree. In addition to their awesomely delicious basic pretzel, there are adventurous options like roasted garlic & parmesan and jalapeno. A variety of scrumptious dips are offered to jazz up the pretzely goodness.

But where's the meat? It's in the pepperoni pretzel and Auntie Anne's salute to the great American hot dog. Don't miss that unusually delicious treat formed by snuggling a plump Nathan's Famous hot dog inside soft, chewy pretzel dough.

Got a sweet tooth? Check out the sweet almond, raisin and cinnamon sugar pretzels. For the nuggets fan, Auntie Anne's has pretzel nuggets covered in cinnamon sugar or stuffed with cheddar cheese.

Why not celebrate fall and National Pretzel Month by sharing your thoughts about Auntie Anne's pretzels using #NationalPretzelMonth on social media?

Then, take a stroll around Lake Broadway. There's no better snack to have in hand on a crisp autumn day than a warm, soft pretzel.

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Muscle Car Memories Are At Broadway At The Beach This Weekend

Remember cruising down Ocean Boulevard in a '65 Mustang, top down, hair blowing in the wind? Does the sight of a decades-old Pontiac GTO stir memories of dusty races on empty roads with teenagers cheering?

Gentlemen (and ladies), mark your calendar! The Cruisin' The Beach Car Show is coming to Broadway and it's bringing the memories, as well as the machines.

On October 15, 16 and 17 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., you can see classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, street rods and muscle cars. Hosted by the Myrtle Beach Car Club, the event will feature T-shirts, souvenirs, food and drink. Awards, door prizes and trophies will be given out. There will even be a raffle with a portion of the proceeds going to the Children's Hospital of South Carolina.

If a day at the car show fills you with the need for speed, head on over to Broadway's SIM Racing Experience. Strap yourself in, start your engine and experience the thrill of a simulated racing experience.

Or take home the ultimate souvenir, a model of your favorite car from RIDEMAKERZ where kids 4 to 104 can build 1:18 scale cars and trucks. The classic car body styles like Camaro, Viper, and Mustang are all there — and you can even add radio-control. For the littlest car fans in the family, models include Disney-Pixar's Lightning McQueen and Mater, as well as Spiderman vehicles.

This weekend put your pedal to the metal and head to Broadway at the Beach to fuel your passion for classic cars and more.

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Time To Suit Up In Your Favorite Football Team's Gear

Are you ready for some football?

Whether you're a college gridiron fan or cheer for your favorite NFL team, you're not truly ready for game day unless you layer yourself in your team colors and logo. Jerseys, tee shirts and hats are some of the best ways to show your team spirit.

But where can you find everything you need to be dressed for the success of your team? The popularity of items that support fan affection has resulted in the opening of shops that focus on feeding the need for great gear.

Sports Fanatics at Broadway at the Beach, for example, has sportswear with team logos for colleges and the NFL. The store specializes in clothing that shows team colors, numbered jerseys of favorite players and caps that reflect team style.

And that's not all. If you're looking to build the ultimate tribute to your team, Sports Fanatics has the gear you need to stock your man (or woman) cave with team memorabilia, glasses, mugs and home décor items. They'll even help you take your team pride on the road with a special license plate.

If football's not your only love, you can indulge your fandom in other sports, too. Sports Fanatics carries apparel and other articles for all the major sports leagues, including MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA and NASCAR. The store also carries unique gifts and collectibles that you can't find anywhere else.

Sports Fanatics has it all, from Under Armour, Reebok, Addidas and Nike, to New Era, Zephyr and Top Of The World, to Majestic, Phiten, Trion-Z, Power Balance and more.

If you're a sports fan, head over to Sports Fanatics at Broadway at the Beach and rev up your team spirit. As Nike would say, “JUST DO IT®."

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Fall Festivals At Broadway Make Myrtle Beach's Secret Season Fun

Posted in Broadway at the Beach, Special Events

Fall is called “the secret season" in Myrtle Beach. The summer crowds are gone but the weather is perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities. The air temperatures are in the high 70s, while the ocean water hovers around 73 degrees. Best of all, it's festival season in Myrtle Beach, and there's something going on at Broadway at the Beach every week.

Cars take center stage on October 3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. when the 5th Annual Coastal Carolina Mustang Stampede & All Ford Car Show is held near Hard Rock Cafe. It's been more than 50 years since the first Mustang was introduced. The 1965 version became the first car ever to win the Tiffany Gold Medal for excellence in American design. Come see how the car named Motor Trend's Car of The Year twice has evolved over the years, while capturing a slot on Car and Driver's Ten Best list six times. But this show isn't just about Mustangs. Registration is open to all Ford vehicles in 23 classes, so there will be lots of models to check out.

The following week, the Out of the Darkness Walk will be held on October 10, with registration beginning at 9 a.m. and the walk at 10 a.m. The event provides an opportunity to get some exercise in while raising money for a good cause. Proceeds from the Walk benefit American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. After you've built up an appetite walking, check out the Sons of Italy Festival from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on October 10 in the parking lot near Hard Rock Cafe. Food and drink vendors will line the parking lot serving up everything Italian, and specialty gift vendors will be offering unique gifts and souvenirs. The event will continue through Sunday, October 11, from noon to 7 p.m.

Love classic cars? Mark your calendar for the Cruisin' The Beach Car Show from October 15-17 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Spectators can get up close to classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, street rods and muscle cars at this event hosted by the Myrtle Beach Car Club. There will be vendors offering T-shirts, souvenirs, food and drink, as well as awards, a raffle, door prizes and trophies. A portion of the proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Children's Hospital of South Carolina.

At 9 a.m. on October 17, registration begins for the 2015 Waccamaw Heart Walk and the walk gets started at 10 a.m. The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association's premiere event and it promotes physical activity and heart-healthy living, so grab some friends and come walk!

On Saturday, October 24, adults can celebrate Halloween with DJ Barry at Revolutions. Dress in costume and you'll get free admission that night to Revolutions, Crocodile Rocks, Malibu's Surf Bar, Club Boca, Froggy Bottoms and Broadway Louie's. Then join in the Costume Contest in Celebrity Square where you can win up to $2000 if your costume is one of the best.

When it's time for the kids to dress up and go on the hunt for candy, bring your little ghosts and goblins to Broadway at the Beach. On October 31 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. , they can Trick or Treat in a fun and safe environment where participating merchants will be waiting with little surprises for all those in costume. Finish off your evening of Halloween fun with a fireworks show over Lake Broadway at 8 p.m.

Enjoy the fall weather and all the October festivities at Broadway at the Beach!

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