Short shrift for Mardi Gras

The Abstract Art of Grateful Living with Paula Angermeier

CurEat app launches in GVL, partners with local chefs, restaurant owners

The app is designed to help you quickly find the best place to dine and drink based upon your location by providing curated lists of restaurants from local and national experts.

How to enjoy the smooth taste of aged liquor at a fraction of the cost

For only $11, Beyond Barrels’ bottle-aging staves can turn a bottle of lower-grade liquor into something worthy of the reserve label.

Two Rick Erwin’s restaurants get a facelift

West End Grille got a complete interior update, while Nantucket Seafood amped up the wow factor with its new lighting by glass artist Ryan Gothrup of Mt. Juliet, Tenn., who is a featured artist at Artisphere.

A South African grill makes its way to the Upstate

Some call it the African TV, but this wood-fired charcoal grill has nothing to do with digital images being transmitted from the earth to the sky and back again, and now it’s coming to Greenville.

For Valentine’s Day, put your heart into a cake

The recipe below is for a vanilla heart inside a chocolate loaf, but the combinations are endless — pink strawberry cake hearts inside a vanilla loaf, red velvet hearts inside a vanilla loaf with pink frosting, etc.

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What is Greenville missing? Just listen.

If you’re a fan of almost any sort of music, run to your nearest internet-connected device and Google the calendar for Asheville’s Orange Peel. Between now and mid-spring, some of the nation’s best-known and up-and-coming artists are on the bill. There is barely time to breathe between one good act and another. That’s not even […]

Behind the Mask

The Bunny the Bear’s Matthew Tybor bares his soul on heavy new LP, ‘The Way We Rust.’

Nile shakeup: Dallas Toler-Wade exits Greenville death metal giant

For more than 20 years, Dallas Toler-Wade and Karl Sanders stood alongside one another onstage in Nile, conjuring holy hell out of their guitars as the leaders of Greenville’s own technical death metal band.

Charles Hedgepath uses his music biz experience to help others

Upstate singer/guitarist Charles Hedgepath has been managing his own career for over two decades, both as a solo artist and a member of bands like The Bad Popes and The Work. A versatile player who can go from jazz to jam-rock to country, Hedgepath essentially learned on the job, developing relationships with venues, bookers, and […]

Sarah Jarosz announces spring Peace Center show

It’s hard to believe that singer and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz is only 25 years old, because she’s packed a lot of experience into that quarter-century.

American Idol’s Ruben Studdard to give free performance

The Greenville Health System Nurse-Family Partnership will hold a free Community Baby Shower on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the TD Convention Center. The event will feature Ruben Studdard, winner of the second season of “American Idol,” Nick Gaggero and Tp9.

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Artisphere announces artists, programming

The 135 artists selected for Artisphere’s Artist Row include an artist from Cuba who escaped in a boat he built himself, an artist whose watercolor and colored pencil drawings are smaller than a thimble and an artist named beer.

Voices of History

The Greenville County Museum of Art presents the work of African-American artists

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Talent and Tapestry

The smash Broadway musical ‘Beautiful’ tells the story of songwriting great Carole King.

Shirley Sarlin remembered as ‘theater mom,’ arts supporter

Shirley Sarlin was the ultimate “theater mom.”

GLOW Lyric Theatre presents Valentine’s Day cabaret

In collaboration with Upstate Pride SC, the show features seven Upstate LGBTQ singers, actors, and dancers as they share personal experiences through dance, poetry, stand-up comedy and a myriad of musical styles including musical theatre, pop/hip-hop, and opera.

Talking religion, heart and the F-word with the star of ‘Book of Mormon’

Riddled with potty humor and F-bombs, “The Book of Mormon” might not seem like the catalyst to serious conversation about religious beliefs. But that’s exactly what the Broadway musical written by the creators of “South Park” is, according to Gabe Gibbs.

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

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

Centre Stage announces 2017-18 Main Stage shows

While there are some familiar titles in Centre Stage’s 2017-18 Main Stage lineup, there are some not-so-familiar plays and musicals scheduled, too. It’s possible because of the trust the theater has built up in recent years, Centre Stage’s Executive Artistic Director Glenda ManWaring said.

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Ode to Joy

Appalachian author David Joy pushes into the darkest parts of humanity in search of the light

That ’70s Game

Era of Borg and Connors is the backdrop for Judy Fogarty’s debut novel “Breaking and Holding”

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And the Winner Is…

All of this year’s Oscar-nominated live action, animation, and documentary shorts will be screened Feb. 17–19 at the Peace Center.

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