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Greenville, SC and Upstate News

Local news for the Greenville and Upstate area, including updates on the Greenville Drive, local beer, and local food.

A blue abstract painting with orange-hue blocky highlights by Carol Tinsley.

Greenville Center for Creative Arts Presents Making Our Mark

Making Our Mark brings together seventeen artists of the Studio South painting group. The work included in the exhibition represents the range of techniques and styles that each member contributes to the group while highlighting the love of painting that they share.

A child about to shoot in a soccer game.

Ways to Be Active

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends thirty minutes of physical activity a day for adults, sixty minutes for children, at least five days a week. Sound daunting?

Three horses at a fence eating grass.

The 5th Annual Help a Horse Day Contest

ASPCA has opened registration for its fifth annual ASPCA Help a Horse Day contest. The nationwide competition for equine rescues and sanctuaries is designed to raise awareness about the year-round lifesaving work they do to find homes for horses.

A shipping yard full of containers awaiting export.

South Carolina Export Sales Top $32 Billion in 2017

For the eighth consecutive year, the State of South Carolina set a record for total export sales. The state’s 2017 export sales totaled $32.2 billion, according to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Violin on a wooden floor.

Local Violinist Tours With National Youth Orchestra

Sam Parrini, a senior at the Fine Arts Center and Wade Hampton High, has been invited to be a member of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA) for the 2018 season.

Emma (1917), oil on canvas by Sidney Dickinson

Sidney Dickinson: A Connecticut Yankee in King Cotton’s Court

A prolific portraitist who painted a number of members of the Rockefeller family as well as New York City mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Sidney Dickinson (1890 – 1980) studied with William Merritt Chase and George Bridgman at the Art Students League.