The virtual panel focused on the film’s unique perspective of the events which happened in the Upstate 74 years ago this week.
“Food is such a great conduit because everybody eats,” says Terry. “I think people are more comfortable with food. Maybe you’re not comfortable taking tincture or smoking flowers, but you’re comfortable with eating good food.”
The Upstate’s seasonal farmers markets are preparing to meet the demands of a post-quarantine community with reliable local food systems and safe community gathering places. At Spartanburg’s Hub City Farmers…
Upstate university communities are making preparations for a possible outbreak of coronavirus. For most of them, that means examining everything from potential on-campus quarantine locations to canceling study abroad trips.
Over 50,000 audience members and 10 years later, Dew still wonders over the show’s impact, saying, “I had no idea how many people would be emotionally moved by this show. I didn’t realize how timeless it was going to be."
The club is moving to its own dedicated ice rink for the first time.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has been practiced in the United States since the 1980s, according to the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, which notes that the concept originated from Switzerland and Japan in the 1960s.
The new director describes his job as "community-building, advocating for our organization, and helping to bring people to the table."
With six repurposed shipping containers and 13 local restauranteurs, the father-son duo of Doug and Mack Cross hope to create a communal space in downtown Greenville.
The Riverstead community is based around farming and keeping families connected to nature.
In this food rewind, we look back at the new players and the beloved restaurants which comprised The Greenville Journal's top food stories of the year.
The Piedmont Shirt Factory is being revitalized by a family of entrepreneurs who plan to create a new space for the community to gather on Poinsett Highway in 2020. The…
“As we help give a merry Christmas to children in need, we are reminded of the true meaning of Christmas and the joy of giving to others.”
Senior Action serves nearly 5,000 seniors at eight locations throughout Greenville County.
Tickets are on sale now for a traveling version of the popular daytime TV show, The Price is Right. Participants will have the opportunity to "come on down" and play live versions of the show's classic games such as Plinko, spin The Big Wheel, and earn cash prizes.