International Ballet announced July 20 it has welcomed Allison Donovan, Larry Grogan and Tim Polin to its board of directors on July 1.
Inspiration is everywhere at Greenville Center for Creative Arts and extends into the community through outreach programs.
The bakery is now home to McMillan, Pazdan, Smith Architecture, where, from now until September, guests can see Anderson's paintings at the Sift Gallery in the building lobby.
Frank Sinatra had a career marked by comebacks. As he moved from teen idol to heartbroken balladeer to swingin’ Rat Packer to cultural icon, he faded from the spotlight from…
We often celebrate creativity in young people, overlooking the fact that many of the artists who’ve shaped history created some of their best works after the age of 55.
After shutting the stage lights off on the musical “Hedwig & the Angry Inch” over a year ago, The Warehouse Theatre will kick off its 2021-22 season with the same…
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On the morning of February 17, 1947, the body of a young Black man was found mutilated, beaten, stabbed and shot in the woods off Bramlett Road.
Greenville Theatre will present “The Dixie Swim Club” as its first live performance in 16 months, beginning July 29 at 7:30 p.m.
The bubbly and engaging artist Marcy Connors is a mural artist who combines her love of animals, nature and bright colors.
Wilson Banjo Company is on a ballot for an International Bluegrass Music Award, which is one of the most prestigious honors a bluegrass artist can win.
The latest donations will be used to assist Hispanic youth in the area and provide community resources.
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A celebration of life will be held on July 11 at 2 p.m. at the Greenville Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 1135 State Park Road.
When Greenville artist Jeanet Dreskin was born in New Orleans on September 29, 1921, Warren Harding was president.