Executive director Cherington Love Shucker leaves GCCA

According to the GCCA website, curator of programs Liz Rundorff Smith will serve as interim executive director. 
Upcountry History Museum

Upcountry History Museum cools off Greenville with Arctic exploration

A 30-foot replica of the nation’s only permafrost research tunnel allows visitors to walk through a piece of history.

Brandon Fellow Jaz Henderson celebrates all things weird and childlike

“Everybody is different, and so it’s not always bad to be different. It can be good to be different.” -Jaz Henderson
South Carolina Children's Theatre

Progress steady on SC Children’s Theatre’s new home

For the first time in its 32 years, SCCT will have a permanent home located on 153 Augusta St. in Greenville.

Meet the mural man: Adam Schrimmer enriches community with public art

The “Iconic Greenville” mural in Haywood Mall exposes shoppers from all walks of life to contemporary art.

Dig Greenville makes history with 6,000-foot underground sewer tunnel

Dig Greenville, the city’s biggest wastewater conveyance project, will accommodate Greenville’s 100-year projected growth.

‘The Crucible’ examines past, speaks to today’s lack of humanity

Definition of “crucible” from Merriam-Webster: a severe test; a place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development.
Michael Brodeur

Local artist, teacher celebrates retirement with two-part exhibition

The approximately 100 paintings and drawings that make up “The Veneer of the Familiar” pay homage to 50 years of artistic endeavor.
BJU Theatre

BJU announces 2019-20 season of concerts, operas, dramas

All performances are open to the public. Prices vary.

Peace Center announces free musical happy hours for 2019-20

All Interludes are held on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. at the Peace Center.
Sisters too

‘Sisters, too.’ addresses womanhood through song, art, poetry

“What you’re doing matters. Who you are matters. Keep going, don’t stop.” – Jenny Ayers

‘Little Shop of Horrors’ brings exotic, blood-thirsty plant to Centre Stage

“It’s two hours of absurdity, but absurdity that makes sense and is relatable and fun — fun absurdity.” -actor Mary Evan Giles.

From addiction to hope: One mother’s story of success amid struggles

“It feels good to know in such a mean, hateful world that there are people out there that want to help.” -Ashley Burley
Indie Craft Parade

Need-to-know: Rundown of Greenville’s 2019 Indie Craft Parade

More than 100 artists will bring their work to Greenville for Indie Craft Parade, which also includes local food and a free photo booth.

Want to win Southwest Airlines tickets and help local children in need?

One winner will be selected by a random draw to receive two one-way tickets. Or, the tickets can be combined for one roundtrip pass.