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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Local artist Michelle Jardines takes top prize in MAC’s Flat Out...

In the Metropolitan Arts Council’s Flat Out Under Pressure, competing artists have 24 hours to complete a piece.

Pop Evil takes a huge step forward with new album

Pop Evil has always had the heavy part down pat, but their new album is pure propulsion, layering their roaring six-strings and singer Leigh Kakaty’s in-your-face vocals and raps.

Backstage: A Q&A with actor Carter Allen

Carter Allen, originally from Iowa, has been in Greenville’s theater scene only for about two years, but his profile has grown over that time.

‘Picturing Nam’ at Upcountry History Museum gives insight to the Vietnam...

“Picturing Nam: U.S. Military Photography of the Vietnam War” shows the war through the eyes of those who actually experienced it, rather than the dramatized media and film interpretations.

Stone Mural Project continues its mission to enhance Stone Ave. through...

This is the project’s fifth year, and by the end of the summer, they will have completed seven murals on Stone Avenue, and they plan to create 5 more to total 12 in the coming years.

American Aquarium’s new lineup takes on their best songs yet

Last year, when BJ Barham, the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for the North Carolina band American Aquarium, began to think about making the band’s seventh album, he was in some ways better equipped to make a new record than ever before.

Asheville’s Hustle Souls play groove-heavy soul-rock despite their first intentions

The debut album by the Asheville, N.C., quartet Hustle Souls, "Colors," is 10 tracks of supple, groove-centric soul-rock.

After a tumultuous few years, jam-band veterans Perpetual Groove are back...

For a while in the early part of this decade, the career of Perpetual Groove, a veteran Athens, Ga., jam-band, was as unpredictable as their music.

Backstage: A Q&A with Furman theater arts professor Maegan Azar

Maegan Azar is the associate professor of acting & directing at Furman University and is currently directing "The Tin Woman," which opens June 19 at Centre Stage.

Upstate native Matt Giles returns to Greenville to direct SCCT’s ‘Madagascar:...

"I come back and am still amazed at how fortunate Greenville and this region is to have a place like SCCT which is doing work on par or of equal quality of work that is happening in big city like Seattle"

Charleston’s Almost Steve feels right at home in Greenville

The Charleston quartet Almost Steve spent the better part of a decade, from the late 1990s to the mid-2000s, touring throughout South Carolina and eventually up and down the East Coast, playing a catchy, style of acoustic-electric rock.

Lydia Loveless steps out of comfort zone with duo setup, stripped-down...

When she sings, Columbus, Ohio’s Lydia Loveless seems to be an open vein of emotion.

Greenville Chautauqua has spent past two decades bringing history to life

Seth Harrison had gone down to the amphitheater behind the Peace Center expecting a jazz concert. What he got was a history lesson. It was...

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