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Lakeside Band and Greenville Chorale host big, free patriotic celebration –...

By Paul Hyde Independence Day celebrations begin early in Greenville. The Lakeside Concert Band and Greenville Chorale host their annual patriotic performance at 7:30 p.m., Thursday,...

Upstate Beat: The Rock N’ Roll spirit of *repeat repeat

Last September at the Radio Room, the Nashville band *repeat repeat played one of the best rock & roll shows I’ve ever seen. It...

Industrial-metal band Static-X roars into Greenville with a tribute to their...

The resurrection of the Los Angeles industrial-metal band Static-X is one of the most unlikely stories in modern rock history. And it’s not just...

Sound Bites: The best in local, live music this week

What: 12th Planet, w/ Scales, Jordan Castle, and Noetiq When: 9 p.m. Friday, June 21 Where: The Firmament, 5 Market Point Drive, Greenville Tickets: $15-$25 As a producer, DJ,...

Paul’s Pick: Centre Stage’s ‘Good People’ looks intensely at what holds...

Paul’s Pick of the Week: Centre Stage’s Fringe Series show, “Good People,” June 18-19 and 25-26. Why you should go: David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Good People” explores...

‘Here … Now’ dance concert speaks to human experience, metamorphosis

Vaughn Newman Dance brings a nontraditional professional dance experience to Greenville with its inaugural concert “Here…Now” at The Studio.

Chautauqua’s Andrew Jackson: Success, sex scandals and lots of dueling

Some iconic Americans are coming to town. Andrew Jackson, Alexander Hamilton, Malcolm X and Jackie Kennedy may have departed the American scene years ago but...

Dave Jordan brings New Orleans-style roots-rock to Smiley’s

You may be able to take the musician out of New Orleans, but can you take New Orleans out of the musician? Even if...

Inspiring tragedy ‘Jane the Quene’ shares power of principles

The Logos Theatre retells the tragic yet inspiring story of Jane’s nine-day reign in “Jane the Quene” for one local performance only.

Part One: Twelve last meals in Greenville

Megan Baxter's series, "12 Last Meals in Greenville," documents the food lover's farewell to our city. Check back each week for the next installment. By...

Remembering Dr. John (1941-2019)

It is Thursday, June 13, 2002, around 9 p.m. I’m standing in the sound booth at the back of The Handlebar on Stone Avenue,...

Culture Fresh Friday shines spotlight on local hip-hop

On March 1 of this year, around 300 people came out to The Firmament venue in Greenville to enjoy an evening of performances by...

Sound Bites: Live music for the weekend

What: Bask, w/ WEIGHT and Corpsemower When: 8 p.m. Saturday, June 15 Where: Radio Room, 110 Poinsett Highway, Greenville Tickets: $10 advance, $12 door The Asheville, North Carolina,...

Local photographer uses antique view camera to capture deep emotion

A random tax-return purchase lead Eli Warren to find a full-time job and lifelong hobby. 

‘Romeo and Juliet’ takes Southern twist to national competition

Mill Town Players’ unique Southern spin on Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” will compete at the American Association of Community Theatre National Festival in Pennsylvania on June 21.

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