Wind up the work week listening and dancing to the best in musical entertainment every Friday through September 29, 2017.
Retired Burlesque queen Beatrice Shelton desperately needs a vacation — and not another trip up to Helen, Georgia — to see that “precious little German village for the umpteenth time.”
The Greenville Drive have announced that their game on Monday, August 21st has been moved to a 1:05 pm start in conjunction with the solar eclipse that will make its way through Greenville!
Restaurant week is a celebration of South Carolina cuisine at hundreds of participating restaurants. From fine to casual dining, participating restaurants will feature special menu items, promotions and discounts.
Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive kicks off the weekend every Thursday night with music at NOMA Square on Main Street. The 2017 Downtown Alive season concludes August 31st.
Greenville County Schools Superintendent Dr. Burke Royster announced the selection of Suzanne Billings, a fourth grade teacher at Plain Elementary School, the 2017-18 Greenville County Teacher of the Year.
The total solar eclipse crossing America on Aug. 21st will be the first eclipse to march from sea to shining sea in nearly 100 years.
The City’s Police Chief, Fire Chief and Public Works Director recently held a news conference to discuss measures they are taking to prepare for the eclipse.
Greenville County Museum of Art presents Masterworks of Color: African-American Art through August 27th. More than fifty works are included in this exhibition which explores the viewpoint of African-American artists.
South Carolina Farm to Institution is excited to announce its inaugural summit on Tuesday, September 19th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the R2i2 Conference Center in Columbia.
Fluor Field will play host to the Furman Fan Fest on Saturday, August 19th from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, prior to the Drive’s 7:05 pm game against the West Virginia Power.
The historic eclipse that will cut across the nation on Aug. 21st will give Clemson University researchers and industry collaborators a chance to study what happens when solar panels suddenly quit generating energy.