Upstate residents plan downtown March for Science rally

Members of the Upstate’s science community plans to hold a rally in downtown Greenville on Earth Day to take a stand for the importance of public policies on science.

Greenville Memorial unlikely to lose Medicare money following warning

Neither the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services nor the Greenville Health System expect Greenville Memorial Hospital to lose Medicare funds.

Eating disorders cut across generations and gender

In popular perception, eating disorders most commonly affect female adolescents and young women, but the mental illness’ victims are far more wide-ranging.

Graham says Nunes’ objectivity ‘in question’

The South Carolina Senator had a lot to say about the House Intelligence Committee Chairmen when appearing on NBC’s “Today” show on Tuesday.

SC Congressional GOP hopeful after demise of Trumpcare

South Carolina Republicans see an opportunity to craft a better solution.

Greenville expansion of USC’s Arnold School of Health targets population health

The USC Arnold School of Public Health launches new satellite program in Greenville.

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Greenville County working to develop Veterans Park

Greenville County doesn’t have a Veterans Park and once County Square is redeveloped, the county’s veterans memorial won’t have a home. A committee of veterans and community leaders hope to solve both problems.

Why don’t we have a downtown dog park?

As the influx of apartments and mixed-use developments continues downtown, many residents may be wondering about the absence of a specific amenity in the city’s center: a dog park.

Gamecocks basketball commit to appear on ‘VICE’ episode

On Friday, USC Gamecocks basketball commit David Beatty will appear on a new “VICE” episode titled “End of Amateurism.”

Eating disorders cut across generations and gender

In popular perception, eating disorders most commonly affect female adolescents and young women, but the mental illness’ victims are far more wide-ranging.

The quest to bring back South Carolina’s only native trout

The Southern Appalachian brook trout is making a comeback thanks to a coalition of Upstate conservation groups and government agencies.

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Assemble the perfect picnic in downtown Greenville

It can be a true pleasure to create a unique al fresco dining experience that goes beyond the mediocre sandwiches and potato chips using only ingredients available within walking distance of Main Street.

ShalomFest celebrates Jewish cuisine from matzah to hamentaschen

In a time of political and social unrest, the Greenville Jewish community is using food to bring us together.

Magically Delicious Irish Soda Bread

The Abstract Art of Grateful Living with Paula Angermeier

Esso Club makes Southern Living’s best bars list

The beloved Clemson bar is named one of the South’s Best.

First Greenville area Tropical Smoothie Café locations to open

The restaurant chain, whose motto is “Eat Better. Feel Better,” is considered a healthier alternative to fast food.

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Assemble the perfect picnic in downtown Greenville

It can be a true pleasure to create a unique al fresco dining experience that goes beyond the mediocre sandwiches and potato chips using only ingredients available within walking distance of Main Street.

Metropolitan Arts Council has record year

If Greenville’s Metropolitan Arts Council were a singer, reviewers would have noted that the nonprofit hit all the high notes in 2016.

Must see shows this week: Toby Mac, Cedryl Ballou & The Zydeco Trendsetters and Faces Unturned

Toby Mac, Cedryl Ballou & The Zydeco Trendsetters and Faces Unturned

Dead 27’s partner with Galactic’s Ben Ellman for new LP

Charleston rock ‘n’ rollers Dead 27’s discover their R&B side.

Paul Taylor’s ‘Book of Beasts’ playfully toys with the audience’s expectations

The music for “Book of Beasts” is a compilation of classical orchestral works transcribed for electric harpsichord — such as Saint-Saëns “The Dying Swan” and selections from Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.”

Peace Center announces 2017-18 Broadway season

The Peace Center’s 2017–18 Broadway season announced Tuesday night features the 2015 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, “Fun Home,” and the 2016 Tony Award winner for Best Revival, “The Color Purple.”

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Get ready for the beginning of tomato season

See You in the Garden with Kathy Slayter

A Season to Savor

Infused saisons inspire uncommon entertaining

Fixer Upper

The Barth family of six turned their need for space into a model of mid-century modern style and function

Roll Out

From refined to rock-and-roll, a showcase of styles for the bar cart

Mountain Made

Eclectic finds in Western NC-based Cashiers

Old World. Modern Life.

Equal parts Italian inspiration and work-at-home staycation, Gus and Belinda Rubio’s Cliffs at Mountain Park abode is utterly adaptable

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Community Journals Publishing Group

“As the Upstate community has grown, Community Journals has grown right along with it.”

Beth Joyner Crigler

“Opening Doors in your Neighborhood”

Wild Birds Unlimited

“We enjoy helping people establish their yard so they can have the enjoyment that comes from bird watching.”

BRIGHT+CO Marketing Consortium

“We are a rare agency that really nails both the art and science of marketing.”

PartnerMD

“It was disheartening to not have the time, and it’s truly gratifying now to be able to give the patients what they need and what they deserve.”

Hot Springs Pools & Spas

“The key to our success is that our customers are like family.”

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