100 years later, the Great War’s impact on Greenville is still evident

On April 6, our nation will commemorate the centennial of the declaration of war against Germany in World War I. The story of all that Greenville contributed to the war effort, and how the city was so extensively impacted by the war, is significant.

Do you know the oldest standing structure in Greenville County?

By international standards, the United States is a very young country. Countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and South America boast of architectural treasures thousands of years old. Yet aside from some Native American dwellings in New Mexico and several structures in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the oldest surviving architecture in what now constitutes the United […]

Man With a Plan

Gifford Pinchot, George Vanderbilt’s resident forester, believed in the thoughtful use of land rather than the preservation of it

Target Practice

Iconic painter Jasper Johns shows at the Greenville County Museum of Art

Target Practice

Iconic painter Jasper Johns shows at the Greenville County Museum of Art

Our democracy, often tested, still an example to the world

Past and Present with Courtney Tollison Hartness, Ph.D.

Sandwich Lady

Eugenia Duke’s popular spread remains a household name

Street Moves

Famed landscape architect Lawrence Halprin transformed Greenville’s Main Street

Southern Tide

Iconic artist William Halsey found inspiration in Charleston’s beautiful decay

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