Celia Hargraves

Local teen turns her love for macramé into Vintage Dreams

“I don’t use patterns. I just make it up as I go for the most part.” – Celia Hargraves, 14-year-old macrame maker

Harlem 100 brings century of Harlem Renaissance culture to the Peace Center

“We feel like we’re carrying them on our shoulders as guardians and protectors and bringing them on with us spiritually.”
Fall for Greenville music

Melodic rockers return to Fall For Greenville with a slate of new songs

Alabama’s Moon Taxi will bring their large-scale pop-rock to the Carolina Chevy Stage
Greenville Chorale

Paul’s Pick: Greenville Chorale takes on the finest of Mozart and Bach

The Chorale has performed the chosen pieces many times over the past 59 years.
Fall for Greenville

Upstate Beat: Listen local at Fall For Greenville

The Journal’s Vincent Harris dishes on the Fall for Greenville acts he’s most excited to see.
Edwin McCain

Edwin McCain, Maia Sharp return for songwriters concerts, workshops

Each concert is $75, and all four workshops are offered as a package for $350.

Sound Bites: Shows to see in Greenville this weekend

Vincent Harris shares his list of shows to see this weekend in Greenville
Upstate pop expo

Upstate Pop Expo: A splash of color

J Chris Campbell is one of the vendors at the inaugural Upstate POP Expo on Oct. 12-13.

Tyler Hoff creates ‘skullscapes’ of art from discarded animal skulls

“I like using stuff that people would usually look at and think it’s garbage or avoid touching.” – Tyler Hoff, local artist

‘And Still I Rise’ series continues with Hurston’s ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’

According to Google Books, Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God is the most widely read and highly acclaimed novel in the African American literature canon.
Yonrico Scott

Upstate Beat: Remembering Yonrico Scott, 1955-2019

“…He loved and lived large & taught me how to carry myself with dignity.” -Jeff Sipe, drummer

Expect to be dazzled by the dance and high-risk acrobatics of Diavolo

Diavolo returns to the Peace Center on Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
Sarah Clanton

Cello-bration: Sarah Clanton returns to the Upstate for a little redemption

“The day my album came out, the FBI raided the offices of the parent company to all the companies I was signed with here in town…”
Little Lesley

Sound Bites: Three shows to see around town

Little Lesley & The Bloodshots, The Ghost of Paul Revere & Scott Miller are playing Greenville venues.

Artist Jordan Fretz doodles on cardboard, creates unique masterpieces

“I’ve actually gotten stuck in a dumpster trying to get out with pieces of cardboard,” Jordan Fretz says. “I’ll just go grab cardboard all the time.”