Sister act

Centre Stage takes a nostalgic look at the Andrews Sisters

Greenville grows artists at the Fine Arts Center

“New to Greenville, I am awed by the amount of culture that permeates this city. “

Beth Israel synagogue’s centennial tells Greenville’s history through world wars, Main Street commerce

“Jewish merchants were vital to the community’s well-being,” Vecchio says. “They really helped the commercial development of these Upstate cities; they laid the foundation for it.”

Songs for swingin’ travelers

Gift shop in Travelers Rest transforms into jazz club for Sinatra tribute

A serious look at mental illness

MUST SEE MOVIES: Directors, great actors plumb the depths of the topic

The foothills are alive with ‘ The Sound of Music’

Broadway touring show ‘ tears the varnish off’ a familiar favorite

A miracle at the Peace Center

Connecting with individuals with disabilities in the community plays an essential role in this year’s performance of “The Miracle Worker” presented by the South Carolina Children’s Theatre.

Race, guns, culture and change in S.C.

I love South Carolina and the South – I really do. And I consider myself a reasonably serious student of our history and culture. But I am near dumbfounded by recent changes in attitudes among South Carolinians.

Searching for the ’70s

Smithsonian traveling exhibit presents visual time capsule of the decade