It’s a quiet, intimate collection that shines the spotlight where it should be, on Stubbs’ remarkably powerful voice and passionate delivery.
“We wanted to build a library of litter books for South Carolina schools, and what better way than to have a South Carolinian write the book?” said Sarah Lyles, executive director of PalmettoPride.
Tis the season for lists — the best movies, memes and, of course, books. These are some of the titles that the staff at the Greenville Journal have loved and recommended to all of our friends this year.
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For years, singer/guitarist Kelly Jo has been one the most talented vocalists on the Southeastern music scene. When she finally found the right vehicle for that voice in 2017 with…
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The songs are stretched out long enough so that you can kind of get into a Zen mode because it gives you so much time. We're just comfortable being in this laid-back groove; we're chillin’.”
As the arts center that bears its name celebrates 30 years in Greenville, the Peace family sees its legacy continue through the generations.
Card is the author of the New York Times bestsellers “Ender's Game,” “Ender's Shadow,” and “Speaker for the Dead."
Passes are $20 and must be purchased by Dec. 31.
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“It’s kind of dangerous to even say that you’re country, because there’s so much bad country out there,” she says.
In its 25-year history, the Hub City Writers Project has grown to include a bookshop, annual writing conference and writer in residency program, in addition to its independent press.
Since 2004, over 620,000 visits have been recorded in the various studios, and over $3.8 million in art has been sold.
“It feels like I lost a beloved uncle,” Michael Townes, who participated in the show in 2013, says of the passing of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek.