The Greenville Jewelry Invitational is accepting applications from local jewelry artists to participate through Sept. 30.
Jon Cesaro never intended for his woodworking hobby to go further — until the pandemic hit
Greenville Center for Creative Arts will hold its sixth annual showcase on Friday, Aug. 6, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 101 Abney St. in Greenville.
On their new album, “Undercurrent,” singer/keyboard player Rebekah Riley is a vocal chameleon, moving from coy to beguiling to wounded to furious
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Classic rock band ZZ Top announced July 28 on their Facebook page that bassist Dusty Hill died in his sleep at home in Houston Texas. He was 72.
Have you ever passed a distinctive building for years and wondered who — or what — lives there?
The board of directors of Hi-ARTS announced July 19 Aaron L. McKinney, a Greenville native, was named as executive director.
See photos from Sift Gallery's hosting of Melissa Anderson and her latest work, "Historical Fiction: Faces of Claussen's Bakery."
The ensemble’s 60th anniversary season spotlights core works of the choral-and-orchestral repertoire, offering Brahms’ Requiem, Handel’s “Messiah” and Bach’s B-Minor Mass.
“I had a character in mind who was a detective, but an apathetic one, not one who actually solves cases. I gave him a whole laundry list of problems.” - Steven Tingle
The film follows a Christian hair metal band as they spend a summer performing in the name of Christ.
The Birmingham, Alabama band is an eight-piece group who can channel great soul men like Al Green.
Jamarcus Gaston double-majored at Furman, getting a Bachelor of Arts in music and communications studies.
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