Stage, film and television actor Bo Hopkins, who was born in Greenville and spent part of his youth in Taylors and Ware Shoals, is teaming up with filmmaker Ron Howard for a new film to be aired on Netflix.
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Kayla Frost is the artist of the month at Howard’s on Main in Greenwood for the month of August. Meet the artist and view the works at a reception, free and open to the public, from 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 3.
A night of fun entertainment and the unexpected awaits ticket holders to Greenwood Community Theatre’s second cabaret-style fundraiser at 7 p.m. July 27.
The Federation of Historic Bottle Collectors 50th Anniversary National Show and Expo is coming Aug. 1-3 to the Augusta, Georgia Marriott Hotel and Convention Center.
Billed as ‘”The Golden Girls” meet “The Odd Couple”’ Abbeville Opera House’s next production for the this summer theater season is sure to bring on the laughs.
From sultry vocals on original music, such as the saucy “Watch Me” on her latest release, to covers of “Oreo Cookie Blues” by Lonnie Mack and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Suzie Vinnick can play and sing the blues like a woman who has lived them.
Early one morning, about 10 years ago, Harriett Frazier Ellis, also known as Queen Delphine, awoke and told her husband she wanted to sing the blues.
The Lake Russell Recreation and Tourism Coalition will host the 12th annual Freedom Blast starting at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Blue Hole Recreation Area in Calhoun Falls.
From deer antlers to tree bark to chicken feathers and more, artist Sue McFarland of Greenwood strives to use natural materials to give her hand-woven rattan baskets an earthy and bohemian touch.
The South Carolina Festival of Stars in Ninety Six boasts one of the largest fireworks displays in this state for its annual Independence Day-themed celebration, the weekend before the Fourth of July.
Full of music, a flashy set and beloved characters such as Cat in the Hat, Horton, Whos and more “Seussical” at Greenwood Community Theatre weaves together the world of Theodor Geisel, also known as author, Dr. Seuss.
Greenwood Festival Chorale is presenting an evening of light-hearted music with its “Comedies and Tragedies” concert at First Presbyterian Church on June 11.
After a year of retirement, Michael Genevie, longtime Abbeville Opera House executive director, is returning to the helm for this historic theater’s current summer season.
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at The Museum is the grand opening of an exhibit about this newspaper — the Index-Journal — which is celebrating its centennial this year. The Index-Journal’s first edition was published Feb. 6, 1919.
Get ready to “Feel the Fun” during the 52nd South Carolina Festival of Flowers main weekend in Greenwood, Friday through June 9.