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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Remembering Billy Graham, 1918-2018

In a country, and a world, more divided than ever along lines of faith, race,......
Arts & Culture

Soundbites: Brooks Dixon Band, Rodriguez w/ Victory Boyd, Chunx…

Saturday, Feb. 24 Brooks Dixon Band Smiley’s Acoustic Café 111 Augusta St. 10 p.m. Free If you’re a fan of Greenville......
Arts & Culture

Spotlights: HUMONGOUS, Greenville Taco Crawl

Feb. 25 COMEDY HUMONGOUS: The Biggest Night of Comedy!  Alchemy Comedy Theater is trying something completely new to......
Arts & Culture

A Q&A with assistant technical director and carpenter Zoe Shaye Sneed

The Greenville Journal is excited to introduce a new recurring series in our culture section,......
Eat & Drink

Whole Health Nation seeks to teach people how to grow and use food for their health

“Choose your farmer as your grocery store and your kitchen as your pharmacy” is the......
Eat & Drink

Feast: Small Plates

Basically an Oscar nomination The Anchorage in the Village of West Greenville, 586 Perry Ave., has......
Arts & Culture

Laura Leigh Morris’ ‘Jaws of Life’ spotlights the recent struggles of her home state of West Virginia

They say you can’t go home again, and Laura Leigh Morris had to go pretty......
Arts & Culture

On Jonny Lang’s carefully sequenced ‘Signs,’ the guitar remains the instrumental focal point

When Jonny Lang, who will perform at the Peace Center in Greenville on Sunday, was......
Arts & Culture

Chris White’s ‘Electric Jesus’ screenplay is a love letter to 1980s Christian hair-metal

Chris White’s screenplay might bear the potentially controversial title “Electric Jesus,” but the Greenville producer,......
Arts & Culture

A collection of Cuban art that has traveled to 14 cities lands in Greenville to kick off Upstate International Month

Taken in together, the images are stunning. The 300-plus paintings in the Clyde Hensley Collection......
Arts & Culture

CBT’s Black History Month performance pays tribute to influential dancers like Arthur Mitchell and Misty Copeland

The Carolina Ballet Theatre had long planned a performance at the Kroc Center to commemorate......
Arts & Culture

For rockabilly trio Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, playing festivals was key to getting noticed

“Heart Beat,” the new album by the Greenville trio Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, is......

BMW Group unveils next-generation X4 that will be built in the Upstate

BMW Group’s X4 Sports Activity Coupe is getting a makeover. The German automaker on Wednesday, Feb. 14, introduced the second generation of the popular...

Early returns show C-corps and international companies most impacted by tax reform

By Danielle Besser, public relations coordinator, Upstate SC Alliance “Did we really get tax reform this time?” asked GreerWalker partner Barry Leasure as he...

Too often in business, we choose the path of imitation to limit potential failure

By Brent Warwick In many ways, the web is one of the most paradoxical realms of business — and life. On the one hand,...

The gatekeepers, technicians, and cheerleaders – these 3 figures will boost your marketing results

By Jennifer Oladipo, owner, X Editorial  How does the marketing process usually work in your organization? Maybe it goes roughly like this: Leadership decides...

The recent market correction feels different, but is it?

By Camp R. Wynn, CFA, principal and trust officer, Colonial Trust The S&P 500 hit an all-time high Jan. 26. By midday Feb. 9,...

Goal setting and evaluating analytics are keys to solving the social media puzzle

By Laura Haight How’s business? It’s a simple question. But when you’re talking about marketing your business on the internet, the answer can be...

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