Charleston pizzeria first tenant for redeveloped Shinola complex on Mohawk Drive

Greenville developer Ron Rallis said he plans to create a total of 10,000 square feet of new restaurant, retail or office space by renovating an existing brick complex where the Shinola art and antiques store used to be.


Time to fix the roads

Infrastructure, workforce and pensions top the Upstate Chamber Coalition’s legislative agenda. Will their wishes be granted this time?

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Iberiabank moves into Greenville with former UCB exec at helm

South Carolina is the eighth state where the Louisiana-based bank will have retail branches once Sam Erwin of Greenville finds the right place to put one.


Seven Upstate leaders named Liberty Fellows Class of 2018

Liberty Fellowship, a statewide leadership initiative founded by Anna Kate and Hayne Hipp, Wofford College and The Aspen Institue, announced today their Liberty Fellows for the Class of 2018.


The day of the millennial entrepreneur has already arrived

During a recent networking event here in Greenville, I happened to stand close to a group of young people


A ‘Hometown Bank’ celebrates 70 years

Innovation has driven the growth of the Bank of Travelers Rest since its founding in 1946.

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The Quarterlife Crisis

Yes, it’s a real thing


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Sponsored Content: Breaking News from Animal Care

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Furman Golf Club will host part of BMW Charity Pro-Am

Organizers of the golf tournament announced today that Thornblade Club and The Preserve at Verdae will again serve as host courses for the tournament in 2017, and unveiled a new third location for the event: the Furman University Golf Club.


Obama’s overtime changes are on hold, but we should still talk about the value of nonprofit work

The season of giving is upon us, and most nonprofit organizations are in the midst of making their year-end appeals. I hope you are getting out your checkbooks and considering how you will generously allocate your charitable dollars.


Chronically ill, aging and obese find better health, friendship at the gym

When Bill Gressette was in his mid-70s, an autoimmune disease confined him to a hospital bed. He feared he’d never get out of it. But these days, you can find Gressette, 85, in the HealThy Self gym at Bon Secours St. Francis’ Millennium campus.


GLOW takes ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’ on a tour of Greenville

This year, GLOW is performing the 45-minute opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” Dec. 10, 16 and 20 in three Greenville churches, all with completely different stages requiring a variation on the set and blocking.

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Chicago-style hot dog joint Johnny F’s opens in Greer

John Fetchko is bringing the the taste of Chicago to the Upstate with his new sandwich shop, Johnny F’s Chicago Style, in Greer.


Soundbites: Upcoming Concerts

The Black Lillies, The Independents, and Wasted Wine


Comedian Hunter Gardner wants you to drink with Jesus

Two one-man shows take on booze, religion and spending Christmas with your teetotaling family


Shinedown and Five Finger Death Punch make an unlikely, but electric package

Five Finger Death Punch and Shinedown have both sold millions of albums, but their respective styles are quite different. There was no guarantee that they could successfully draw both their fan bases to a joint show.

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The Garden of the Mind

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter


Ornament Exchange

Treat your tree to a few tasteful trinkets


Talking Turkey About the Table

The Abstract Art of Grateful Living with Paula Angermeier

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Shrub Strategy, Holly Hints and Compost Chemistry

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter


Fall in the garden is the time to look ahead to spring

End-of-season gardening is probably my second-favorite gardening season because it can be a period to reset, reimagine and, most importantly, recycle.

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