Every Friday we are sharing the top stories of the week you may have missed. Do you have one to share? Contact us via email.
In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show –
music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant. We’ll even tell you what to order and how long your Uber or Lyft should take between the two. Consider all of the guesswork taken care of. All you have to do is snag tickets and make that reservation.
Provincialism has always been a major deterrent to progress, and there is no more flagrant example of this than recent denial of the Peace Center to renovate the Wyche Pavilion by the City of Greenville’s Design & Review Board (DRB).
SAIL teams competed in divisional meets last week. See the latest photo galleries and team results from the competitions. Next up is Championships and Classics.
Kent Ambler transforms life’s often unnoticed objects into loosely textured woodcuts and paintings.
He considers art his natural way of interpreting the world. His knack for aesthetic composition is also innate. “I don’t think about that, it just happens,” he says of mark-making and line quality.
Whether he’s crafting a woodcut, painting, or sculpture, Ambler’s goal is not to send a message but rather to create visually pleasing art.
Megan Baxter’s series, “12 Last Meals in Greenville, S.C.” documents the food-lover’s farewell to our city. Check back each week for the next installment. This week’s installment focuses on Sidewall Pizza.
The phrase “solutions for a multimodal ecosystem” is a mouthful. The theme for Michelin’s 2019 Movin’On Summit held in Montreal June 4-6, its implications for Greenville’s transportation system – from traffic-light timing to consistent public transit – are even more complicated.
Come say hi to GPD officers, Greenville City Firefighters AND Mr. & Mrs. Claus today until 4 p.m.
We’re collecting new toys for children at the Shriners Hospital for Children! #gvlpd #yeahTHATgreenville pic.twitter.com/voV9HQ608Z
— Greenville SC Police (@GvlPD) July 19, 2019