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  • Local man remembers The Palace as 'the grandest theater on the east coast'

    Mike Mabrey flips through 20 years of memories from The Palace he keeps in notebooks at his Myrtle Beach home on Monday, April 17, 2017. There’s playbills, newspaper clippings and photographs all organized and separated by tabs marking his years at the theater. The Palace, located at Broadway at the Beach, is slated to be demolished.

Mike Mabrey flips through 20 years of memories from The Palace he keeps in notebooks at his Myrtle Beach home on Monday, April 17, 2017. There’s playbills, newspaper clippings and photographs all organized and separated by tabs marking his years at the theater. The Palace, located at Broadway at the Beach, is slated to be demolished. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Mike Mabrey flips through 20 years of memories from The Palace he keeps in notebooks at his Myrtle Beach home on Monday, April 17, 2017. There’s playbills, newspaper clippings and photographs all organized and separated by tabs marking his years at the theater. The Palace, located at Broadway at the Beach, is slated to be demolished. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

Myrtle Beach’s Palace Theatre is coming down, but its legacy remains

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