History comes alive with a downtown walking map of Spartanburg that provides visitors and residents alike with fourteen historic points of interest.
It may be the end of September, but certain parts of the country have already had their first dusting of snow.
Just like spring showers made way for May flowers all across Biltmore’s landscape, this summer’s thundershowers have created an abundance of full healthy leaves.
Paper Worlds is a group exhibition featuring the work of nine artists who push the boundaries and capabilities of paper.
Dr. Stephen Knott, a professor of national security at the United States Naval War College and an expert on Alexander Hamilton, will deliver Wofford College’s annual Constitution Day Lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, in Leonard Auditorium.
It may be bittersweet to say goodbye to summer. But fall brings its own charm with crisp autumn afternoons, colorful leaves and fall festivals.
What makes you feel alive? What makes you laugh uncontrollably? What brings a lump to your throat and tears to your eyes?
The ARTS Center of Clemson is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit titled “Inside / Outside,” open through September 29th at Clemson City Hall.
The National Audubon Society and Audubon South Carolina are working to identify a network of sites that provide critical habitat for birds, and the Upstate’s most panoramic and popular state parks rank among them.
The hit comedy film becomes a fresh, fun and upbeat musical that explodes on stage at Spartanburg Little Theatre. Performances continue through September 24th.