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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Billy Strings brings heavy metal showmanship, bluegrass sounds to Greenville

Simply taken as a piece of music, without accompanying videos or photos, Billy Strings’ 2017 album “Turmoil & Tinfoil” sure sounds like bluegrass. Led by...

Bands in the know are making the trek to Westminster’s Red...

Every Thursday night for the last year or so, some of Greenville’s best young bands have been trekking out to Red Arrow Studio in...

Paul’s Picks: Towering Shakespeare and thought-proving fringe

Paul’s Picks of the Week: The spotlight is on towering Shakespeare and thought-provoking fringe: “King Lear” at Bob Jones University and “World Builders” at...

Exhibit showcases beauty of natural hair, finds empowerment through ‘Afro Art’

Kahran and Regis Bethencourt, the people behind CreativeSoul Photography, have been photographing children’s fashion for about nine years, but it wasn’t until 2014 that...

Marcus King Band encompasses ‘idea of Americana roots music’

Greenville’s Marcus King Band has spent the last two or three years becoming one of the fastest-rising groups in the country. Led by their namesake’s...

Sound Bites: Pablopalooza II, Advance Base, and Cory Henry & The...

Pablopalooza II, with Apricot Blush, Daddy’s Beemer, Hugger Mugger, Wallpaper, J.S. Terry, Prozac Dreams, Gardeners When: 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 Where: Radio Room,...

Atlas Road Crew goes for darker, more atmospheric sounds on latest...

“Halfway to Hopkins,” the 2015 debut album by the Charleston band Atlas Road Crew, was a deep dive into classic rock ’n’ roll by...

Violinist Beilman takes on the epic Brahms Violin Concerto with the...

Violinist Benjamin Beilman, a favorite among Greenville classical music fans, returns to town as the soloist in Brahms’ monumental Violin Concerto with the Greenville...

Filmmakers on hand for fourth annual festival at Gunter Theatre

Paul’s Pick of the Week: The Reedy Reels Film Festival, Saturday-Sunday at the Peace Center’s Gunter Theatre. Why you should go: It’s a unique opportunity...

Open Studios: Tanya Stiegler transforms nature into wearable art

Translating ideas and aesthetics from nature, artist Tanya Stiegler handcrafts pieces of jewelry using a variety of materials. For her, jewelry tells stories, represents experiences, and celebrates friendships.

Open Studios: Jeffrey Leder finds peace through his art

Jeffrey Leder has lived in New York City and Puerto Rico, taught at New York University, beat cancer, lived through the events and aftermath...

Open Studios: Darin Gehrke molds clay into functional designs

Blending art, education, and science, potter Darin Gehrke creates art to be used rather than simply viewed. 

Open Studios: Daniel Crawford finds inspiration from nature

Artist Daniel Crawford's recent experience is just one example of how Greenville's Metropolitan Arts Council supports local artists. This year, Crawford was anonymously sponsored...

International Ballet’s 2018-2019 season features variety of styles and live music

International Ballet’s 2018-2019 season that kicks off Nov. 17 features a variety of dance styles, ranging from classical ballet to Russian folk dancing, with each production also showcasing the talents of local musicians.

‘World Builders’ addresses mental illness with dark, romantic humor

Forced to choose between fantasy and reality, characters Max and Whitney fall in love as patients suffering from schizoid personality disorder in the Centre Stage Fringe Series’ “World Builders.”

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