Greenville native A.J. Gardner had always dreamed of one day playing for the Clemson Tigers.
A lifelong resident of Greenville, Furman was actively involved in the arts community and was most recently a founding member of the Greenville Center for Creative Arts.
By Diane Murphy Write a dream down and watch it come true. That’s what Greenville artist Lacey Hennessey has done, and it’s changed everything. Her business, Hennessey in the Home,…
So what is in store in 2021 for live, local music? The truth is that I really don’t know, so I asked some folks who might.
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The school was recognized for its In the Spark! outreach program
Ever since COVID-19 made live shows difficult, if not impossible, to play, Angela Easterling has been one of the many musicians who has turned to livestreamed shows.
'Twas the Sunday before Christmas, When all through the town, Most people wore masks, And some wore a frown.
While the pandemic made life uncertain for local theaters, the arts scene still managed to flourish in 2020.
It’s difficult to imagine a tougher year for local music than 2020.
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Three-day festival takes place annually during Mother’s Day weekend
Patrons will be notified on Wednesday and have the option to donate the value of their tickets or receive a refund.
Presented by the school’s art department and curated by Furman art students, the exhibition is titled “Grids and Glyphs” and explores Matthew Baumgardner’s creative process and inner spirit