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A total of 24,282 students of Greenville County Schools were impacted by the Pearson data breach. The UK education software company notified more than 13,000 U.S. school district and university accounts who were affected by the breach.
The breach exposed low-risk student data from Pearson’s AimsWeb accounts in the U.S.
About 2,300 dogs of all ages and sizes wagged and trotted their way through the Greenville Convention Center from July 25-28 for the 80th anniversary of the largest dog show in the Southeast, which Shiphrah and her owner, Pam Sauerman, traveled from Chicago to attend.
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.
This week’s installment focuses on a meal at Jianna.
Nashville, Tennessee, singer/songwriter Will Hoge has been playing shows in the Upstate for more than a decade.
Virtually all of his 11 albums are chock full of anthemic, incisive, and instantly memorable songs that mix rock muscle and country twang, and Hoge has long seemed on the brink of large-scale success.
Two private music teachers created a new program to reach kids and reflect Greenville’s rich cultural diversity. Founded by Steven Brundage and Nikki Eoute, the Greenville Youth Chorale holds its first season with three choirs beginning this September.
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. We’ll even tell you what to order and how long your Uber or Lyft should take between the two. Consider all of the guesswork taken care of. All you have to do is snag tickets and make that reservation.
Greenvillians take pride in the local art scene. But is Greenville really an arts destination?
Tiger Strikes Asteroid, a nonprofit network of artists, began in Philadelphia 10 years ago and recently launched a presence in Greenville. With already-established locations in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, TSA saw a need for art connection in the Southeast.