Greenville, SC, author Kate Porter will be signing copies of her latest novel, Black Harvest, on Saturday, March 14th, from noon-2pm at Fiction Addiction.
The University Center of Greenville will offer an information session on academic programs and related careers on Tuesday, March 3 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the University Center wing at McAlister Square.
Because one S.C. Department of Natural Resources employee decided to invest his time and talent, barn owls on the South Carolina coast are thriving and contributing to the knowledge of another species.
After a knee injury, Hillcrest High School Art instructor Eva Esrum attended physical therapy at Proaxis Physical Therapy of Simpsonville.
The Southern Conference has announced the pairings for the 2015 Men’s Basketball Tournament, presented by General Shale. The games begin March 6th and continue through March 9th.
Smart911 is a free service that allows citizens across the U.S. to create a Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 to have in the event of an emergency.
Enjoy musical fairytales and exciting adventures at The Peace Center through March 1st!
Chris Tomlin and his Love Ran Red Tour is coming to Greenville on March 5th alongside Tenth Avenue North and Rend Collective.
Harvard Divinity School Professor Diana L. Eck, Ph.D., will deliver the Charles H. Townes Lecture on Tuesday, March 3, at 7 p.m. in Younts Conference Center on the Furman University campus.
Come to the Greenville Zoo on January 28th and join us as local author and illustrator, Samantha Bell, teaches kids how to tap into their creative side.
Robert P. George, Ph.D., and Cornel R. West, Ph.D., two prominent thinkers on the right and left, respectively, will speak on the Furman University campus about Christianity and politics Thursday, March 5 at 5 p.m. in Watkins Room of the Trone Student Center.
We are able to use the sun’s vast energy to heat air and hot water, through passive solar design and active solar thermal systems, and to generate electricity, through photovoltaics (or solar cells).