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The Museum in Greenwood has opened a new, permanent exhibit on its lower level about a long-standing business and financial institution, Countybank.
Toe-tapping, syncopated rhythms of New Orleans jazz and the second line are coming to the Countybank Plaza on Main Street in Greenwood next Saturday.
She smiles and says she’s fallen and ended up with a big knot on her forehead so many times, the other residents in her assisted living community call her “the unicorn.” We’ve thought she might graduate from this life to the next on a few occasions, but Lord willing, my amazing and resilient…
This past Sunday was the day after the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Our worship at First Baptist reflected on that terrible day. Even after 20 years, we sometimes wonder, “Where was God in the midst of this terrible tragedy?” While the question can be (and has been) answered in expansive ways, …
One of my husband’s favorite garden-fresh veggies to harvest is broccoli. We have a small, raised bed garden that I neglect more than tend, but it usually features some newly planted broccoli transplants at this time of year.
It’s all over the web, that “grit” thing. Seems like every day, I get some promo for a webinar on how to get more grit, project more grit, or get in touch with your inner grit. So, allow me to enlighten the reader on how to help your child acquire grit.
A student-led jazz combo of young musicians entertains scholarship donors and the public during Tuesday’s season preview of concerts, exhibits and more, to be hosted by Lander University’s College of Arts and Humanities this year. All events are free and open to the public. The Lander Alumni…
Students in Lander University’s College of Arts and Humanities share about their writing, music, media and visual arts during Tuesday’s season preview, celebrating a return of live, in-person performances, exhibits and more this year.
Hannah Poe, left, Bob Poe, center, and Chandler Darling talk in the Lander University Art Gallery on Tuesday during a season kickoff for events hosted by the university’s College of Arts and Humanities.
The College of Arts and Humanities at Lander University in Greenwood is hosting an entire season of free and open to the public fine arts events this academic year.
Abbeville Artist Guild is inviting the community to participate in its Hide and Seek Art event in downtown Abbeville, beginning at 10 a.m. Sept. 18.
No salt. Low salt. This is a mantra for one Upstate man after a heart attack and two strokes prompted him to create barbecue seasoning that fits into heart-healthy nutrition guidelines.
September is here. People love the Fall season. Football season, leaves changing, the best weather of the year, and finally the kids are out of the house and going back to school; ahh yes, to me the most wonderful time of the year.
Lower Long Cane Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church will celebrate its homecoming at 11 a.m. Sept. 19. This marks the 250th year since the organization of the church.