When Dress Isn’t Your Strongest Suit

You aren’t supposed to judge a book by its cover, but your clothes tell a story. Make sure it’s the tale you want to be told.

Beacon marketing targets customers where they are

Technological shifts may help beacon technology deliver on its initial promise.

The golden age of email marketing is dawning

A 50-year-old technology is the next big thing in reaching customers. Matthew Smith proves it with Really Good Emails.

Owning the Sweet Spot

10 ways to outfit your marketing toolkit and stay top-of-mind with your potential customers

Crafted beer company finds home on Washington Street

Brewery, beer garden planned in heart of Greenville. Fireforge Crafted Beer finds home after nearly two-year search in “seemingly every surrounding nook and cranny.

Spartanburg’s DRB approves plan for downtown beer garden

Planners said FR8 Yard, a beer garden planned for a vacant lot at 125 E. Main St. in downtown Spartanburg, will be on par with similar concepts in Austin, Chicago and Philadelphia.

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Greenville Zoo’s Sumatran orangutan now on exhibit

Kumar, the Greenville Zoo’s new male Sumatran orangutan, is now on exhibit following the completion of his quarantine period, the Zoo announced Wednesday.

Women’s March on Washington — Greenville Rally to relocate

Due to the anticipated crowd size, the Women’s March on Washington — Greenville Rally has relocated, organizers announced Wednesday morning.

America is made great by those who remake it

Hope is engrained in the American way of life. It is that hope that led slaves to make that perilous journey in the darkness of night on an underground railroad to the light of freedom. It is that hope that led women to reach for the ballot.

Scenes from Saturday’s Clemson national championship parade

Photos by Jack Lukow Tens of thousands of fans lined the streets of downtown Clemson and tens of thousands more waited in Death Valley to celebrate the Tigers’ first national football championship since 1981. After the parade wound its way from College Avenue to Death Valley, the 2016 National Champions touched Howard’s Rock and ran […]

Greenville Women Giving founders awarded Order of the Silver Crescent

Last Saturday, during a ceremony at Embassy Suites Riverplace, Frances Ellison, Harriet Goldsmith and Sue Priester — co-founders of Greenville Women Giving — were awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent, one of three prestigious Governor’s Awards that “recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the life and well being of South Carolina and her people.”

What happens if Obamacare is repealed without a replacement?

Greenville County has 18,000 adults in the “Medicaid gap” with absolutely no options for health care coverage. These individuals are a significant portion of the nearly 4,000 patients annually who receive their health care at the Greenville Free Medical Clinic.

Supporting Roles

For Greenville’s theater families, the stage ain’t nothing but a family thing.

Punk Rock Role Model

Horrible Girl Amelia Taylor talks about transitioning and her gender-bending musical showcase.

Swamp Rabbit Café launches wood-fired pizza restaurant

The concept is simple: wood-fired 12-inch pizzas made from strictly local ingredients and local beer, soda and kombucha on tap, consumed outside on the patio.

The Power of Words

Chautauqua’s 2017 season features those who incited or inspired change with their words

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What the devil is in these eggs

Put Your Apron On with Emily Yepes

Drawn to History

Greenville residential designer N. Jackson Thacker has become the keeper of historic architect Willie Ward’s drawings

Freeze Frame

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Enjoy the Show

Home theaters get a facelift by finding their spot in the heart of the home

A Mid-Winter Affair

Nicole Jean Greer and Jonathan David Mularski, married January 16, 2016 at The Viewpoint at Buckhorn Creek, Greenville

Take a Seat

A simple sidechair becomes a versatile room accent

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