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Saturday, February 24, 2018

A Q&A with assistant technical director and carpenter Zoe Shaye Sneed

The Greenville Journal is excited to introduce a new recurring series in our culture section, Backstage. In an effort to bring the theater community...

Laura Leigh Morris’ ‘Jaws of Life’ spotlights the recent struggles of...

They say you can’t go home again, and Laura Leigh Morris had to go pretty far away from her home — to Texas, to...

On Jonny Lang’s carefully sequenced ‘Signs,’ the guitar remains the instrumental...

When Jonny Lang, who will perform at the Peace Center in Greenville on Sunday, was preparing to release his new album, “Signs,” he remarked...

Chris White’s ‘Electric Jesus’ screenplay is a love letter to 1980s...

Chris White’s screenplay might bear the potentially controversial title “Electric Jesus,” but the Greenville producer, actor, and writer has actually created an homage to...

A collection of Cuban art that has traveled to 14 cities...

Taken in together, the images are stunning. The 300-plus paintings in the Clyde Hensley Collection are kaleidoscopic in color and style, fitting for a...

CBT’s Black History Month performance pays tribute to influential dancers like...

The Carolina Ballet Theatre had long planned a performance at the Kroc Center to commemorate Black History Month. After all, that fits in with...

For rockabilly trio Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, playing festivals was...

“Heart Beat,” the new album by the Greenville trio Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, is largely pure, no-nonsense rockabilly. Not the revved-up punkabilly hybrid...

Young Greenville artists receive recognition at national arts competition

Each year, thousands of young artists from all over the country compete against each other in literary, visual, design, and performing arts for the...

R&B icon Mavis Staples’ messages of kindness and understanding continue to...

Since Mavis Staples began using her powerful, soulful voice as part of The Staple Singers in the early 1960s, she has sung about making...

For ‘Brooklyn country’ band The Lone Bellow, moving to Nashville was...

  When the Brooklyn, N.Y., trio The Lone Bellow released their self-titled debut album in 2013, it garnered some serious buzz and critical acclaim. The...

Small plates with Ariel Turner

Encore, encore The former American Grocery restaurant space at 732 S. Main St. has a new tenant — Encore Gastrolounge. But they aren’t at all...

Southern Foodways Alliance guest chef dinner highlights history of Southern cuisine

To fully embrace your food, you need to know the narrative, says John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA) since its...

Herring Chamber Ensemble concert features music to console, celebrate life and...

The Herring Chamber Ensemble, the chamber choral group composed of Greenville Chorale members, will present a three-part program for the two performances of their...

More Than a Mural

A 7,000-square-foot piece of original artwork has been unveiled from the rooftop of Embassy Suites RiverPlace Downtown, showcasing Greenville’s history, its landmarks, and some...
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Sound Bites: The Apartment Club w/ Sparrows Point, Caroline Keller Band,...

Friday, Feb. 16 The Apartment Club w/ Sparrows Point, Psycho Psycho, and Feather Trade The Radio Room 110 Poinsett Highway 9 p.m. $7 The Apartment Club’s brand of tight, blissfully...

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