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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Woodworker creates lasting furniture, carves path for local craftsmen

For Pennsylvania native Michael McDunn moving to South Carolina in the early ‘70s was an adventure. Now, McDunn owns a showroom and connecting studio for his handcrafted wood furniture. 

Anatomy of a Concert Series

A few years back, Greenville’s Ash Foster-Lee was making home recordings of electronic music in his living room. It took him a while to...

Chicago marks more than 50 years on the road

When iconic rock band Chicago brings its 2019 "An Evening With Chicago" tour to Greenville later this month, it’ll mark 52 years of nonstop...

Live Music: Four concerts coming soon to Greenville

Who: Brigades ,with Calling All Captains and Felicity Where: Radio Room, 110 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville When:  Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m. Tickets: $12 adv., $15 dos. It's been about...

Lake Street Dive’s keyboardist plays solo Greenville show

Keyboardist and vocalist Akie Bermiss had already been onstage with New York’s Lake Street Dive plenty of times. Serving as a sideman on tour...

‘Power of Sail’ presents battle for power, opens controversial dialogue

“It's funny. It's shocking. It's chilling. It's thrilling. It'll be a roller coaster,” leading actor Rob Kahn says of the new thriller “Power of Sail.” Written by Paul Grellong, co-executive producer of CBS “Hawaii Five-O,” “Power of Sail” makes it’s world premiere at The Warehouse Theatre in Greenville. 

Blues music: Seth Walker performing in Greenville

When we last heard from singer/songwriter Seth Walker, it was on 2016’s "Gotta Get Back," an album that rose to No. 6 on Billboard’s...

Comedian Hunter Gardner offers dating advice in comedy of errors

Whether you’re single, dating, or married, “Hunter Gardner’s Dating Symposium Live!” offers an interactive comedic experience for all. 

Review: ‘Book of Mormon’ irreverent and terrifically entertaining

Hugely irreverent and terrifically entertaining, “The Book of Mormon” roared back into the Peace Center this week. The riotous national tour of the Tony Award-winning...

Venture ‘Into the Woods’ with Centre Stage’s upcoming musical

“Witches can be right, Giants can be good.” Greenvillians can embark on a magical journey to see well-known fairytales intertwine in Tony Award-winning musical “Into the Woods” at Centre Stage.

SUSTO’s star is rising rapidly

Charleston band, led by Justin Osborne, will play a sold-out show at The Radio Room this weekend The upward arc of Charleston singer/songwriter/guitarist Justin Osborne...

Album Release: A Little More Doubt

Upstate band The Apartment Club releases the second of three related EPs As a 20-something, Acen Herron, the singer, guitarist, and main songwriter for the...

Sound Bites: Staying local for live music

Who: Frances Cone Where: Horizon Records, 2-A W. Stone Ave., Greenville When:  Saturday, March 9 at noon Tickets: Free On album, the Charleston group Frances Cone creates vocal-harmony drenched dream pop,...

Arts, Culture & Life: What to expect at Artisphere 2019

Whether you're a Greenville native or new to the Upstate, Artisphere is a one-of-a-kind event the whole family can enjoy. Artisphere, presented by TD Bank,...

‘Titanic: The Musical’ retells captivating tragedy in Greenville

The tragic sinking of the Titanic in 1912 continues fascinating people 107 years later. The story will come alive in Greenville at Bob Jones University’s “Titanic: The Musical” for it’s South Carolina premiere.

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