Street Performers

Music to our ears: Street performers enrich Greenville’s city culture

Meet three of Greenville’s street performers: a 9-year-old kid, “The Hello Kitty Guy,” and an electric violinist.
Habitat for Humanity

Building walls to break barriers: A community comes together through Habitat for Humanity

Members of the Abrahamic faiths — Islam, Judaism, and Christianity — will work together over the next 12 weeks until the Habitat house is complete.

Greer Middle School teacher named district teacher of the year

An eighth grade Greer Middle School science teacher, is Greenville County Schools’ 2019-20 teacher of the year.
Hip Burger

Hip Burger to bring local Shake Shack-style concept to Greenville

A Greenville restaurateur has taken up the mantle with his new concept Hip Burger, set to launch as a food truck this month.
July reader's lens

The Reader’s Lens winners for July are …

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. See our July photos from readers – celebrating America.
Carolina Foothills Dog Show

Dogs strut for the 80th Carolina Foothills Dog Show

About 2,300 dogs of all ages and sizes wagged and trotted their way through the Greenville Convention Center.
Greenville art

New artists network seeks to make Greenville a true arts destination

Greenvillians take pride in the local art scene. But is Greenville really an arts destination? A group of local artists and a curator plan to make our town a true destination for contemporary art like the Southeast has never before seen.

How one man inspired HOPE for the autism community

Project HOPE offers a lifespan of services for the autism community in South Carolina. Its unique, inclusive school, HOPE Academy, allows both neurotypical learners and children on the spectrum to learn in a mainstream environment.

DEA’s database provides opioid numbers for Greenville County

In seven years, 171,304,657 prescription pain pills were supplied to Greenville County. To break that number down, it’s equal to 56 pills per person per year.

Artist Kent Ambler captures life’s simple snippets in woodcuts, paintings

Kent Ambler transforms life’s often unnoticed objects into loosely textured woodcuts and paintings.

Dinner & a Show: The Strip Club 104 and Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute

In a rut with date night? We’re here to help. Every week, we’ll pair a notable show – music, art, dance, or theater – with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant.

Piedmont Natural Gas rodeo donates $6,000 to local charities

Teams competed in events such as natural gas meter setup, pipe cutting, and hand digging.

Local YouTuber, craftsman Izzy Swan builds unique inventions

Meet Izzy Swan of Greenville, the YouTuber who builds whacky contraptions — from a rideable T-Rex powered by a drill to a clothes-folding machine.
Falls park blasting

Urban camping comes to Falls Park

If you love camping and you love Falls Park, this unique fundraiser…

Alice’s Wonderland visits Greenville for wacky, magical exhibition

“Down the Rabbit Hole: Imagining Alice’s Wonderland” at the Upcountry History Museum transports guests to different versions of the whacky, magical world — from Lewis Carroll’s 1865 book to Tim Burton’s 2010 film.