From pancakes to prime rib, there’s plenty of options for Mother’s Day
Butterfly sculptures land downtown to honor cancer survivors
On Mother’s Day weekend, International Ballet will carry out its mission to educate and inspire the Upstate
The old factory will soon be hosting the Made South Market, Taylors Farmers Market and the Southern Bleachery venue.
Diapers are health and economic problem for countless working families
Butterfly sculptures land in downtown to support the Cancer Survivors Park
Two Holocaust survivors – Norbert and Gerda Bikales – will tell their stories, sign books and advance their mission of education and remembrance at several upstate locations next week.
Throughout March, you’ve still got time for this selection of Upstate International Month events
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate Finances for the Family program receives local support
Dragon Boat Race to benefit GHS Cancer Institute
After months of painstaking work and late nights in the studio, Greenville Technical College’s art students now have the opportunity to put their hard work on display.
Pura Alegría Dance Company’s Salsa Night at the Zone premieres Jan. 29
Local artist Olaf Sorensen may be in retirement professionally, but his artwork is nowhere near the end of its career.
At a very young age, Robbie Waisman was taken from his home in Skarżysko, Poland, when the Germans invaded in 1938. He was forced to work in a munitions factory, and was sent to the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in Weimar, Germany, several years later.