Couple plans rooftop wedding in Greenville during eclipse

The ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. and conclude at the exact moment of totality, 2:38 p.m.

John Nolan guides Greenvillians and guests alike on a culinary journey of the city

“Lost Restaurants of Greenville” will highlight such long-gone eateries as Boston Lunch and Ye Olde Fireplace.

SIP Whiskey and Wine Bar’s new menu proves kitchen size doesn’t matter

Executive chef Troy Gagliardo accepted the challenge of creating a 13-item menu for a restaurant kitchen that has only three major pieces of equipment — a 24-inch flat cook top, panini grill, and sandwich station to store cold items.

These Millennials Will Rock You

The two-hour musical review features songs from the Bee Gees, Carole King, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder, Three Dog Night, Queen, Marvin Gaye, Prince, and many others. Singing along is encouraged.

Work begins on new public plaza in Village of West Greenville

The roughly 5,000-square-foot plaza will feature lights strung from rooftop to rooftop, one-of-a-kind cast-iron light poles donated by local businessman and community leader Richard Heusel, and public art as a nod to the area’s thriving arts scene.

Local grill master to compete on ‘Chopped Grill Masters’

Grill master Jeff Bannister battled it out against three other masters from around the country in the fast-paced reality cooking show.

Habitat for Humanity introduces celebrity chef ambassador at The Loft at Soby’s

Habitat for Humanity International supporters from around the country converged in Greenville July 20 for the official launch of chef Roshara Sanders’ partnership as celebrity ambassador.

Euphoria’s annual Tapas & Tinis an eventful party

The annual party, held July 14 at The Rutherford, was an evening full of surprises for the hosts and guests, beginning with the venue itself, which had only just been completed 24 hours before.

Feed & Seed breaks ground on market in The Commons

What better way to celebrate the ground breaking of the Feed & Seed facility at 159 Welborn St. and the receipt of a long-sought-after $250,000 grant than with a dinner prepared by one of the nonprofit’s partners, Bacon Brothers Food Group chef Anthony Gray and his team.

2017 Indie Craft Parade artists and makers announced

After receiving a record number of applications for the eighth annual festival, the field was juried down to 80 accepted applicants, with 32 of them new to the weekend-long celebration of handmade arts in the South.

Comparison shopping in the discount grocery aisles

Comparing prices between grocery stores, while often a frugal move, can feel like it takes more time than it’s actually worth.

American Grocery Restaurant closes

After 10 years American Grocery Restaurant has shared its last service with guests.

GLOW Lyric Theatre questions authority with Summer Festival Season

The season begins with a haunting opera version of “The Crucible,” July 13–28, followed by the hippie rock musical “Hair,” July 14–30, and concluding with the Gilbert and Sullivan political satire operetta “The Gondoliers,” July 21–29.