For a second consecutive year, the University of South Carolina Upstate will host a prestigious theatre festival that is expected to bring hundreds of visitors and tens of thousands of tourism dollars to Spartanburg County.
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Elizabeth Bradfield’s book, Toward Antarctica, will be paired with wines that share similar “notes,” as the author reads and discusses selected poems from the work on Wednesday, January 22, at Bond Street Wines.
King, a leader of the civil rights movement, is well known for his efforts to bring about racial equality in the nation using nonviolent means.
Change is seemingly everywhere you look in Spartanburg these days. The arts are no exception to this incredible journey of change and growth.
Spartanburg’s open-air ice rink is in the heart of the city at Morgan Square, and it is open now through January 20, 2020.
Spartanburg City Council kicked off a new decade by welcoming two new members to the council, Meghan Smith and Rob Rain.
During its 25th year of production, BMW Manufacturing set a new production record with a total of 411,620 X models produced in 2019, topping the previous record by 449 units (411,171 in 2016).
As a result of legislation changing the way that counties collect property taxes on boats, in January of 2020, boat owners and buyers in South Carolina will begin to see changes in the way that boat registrations are issued by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR).
Esteemed Upstate director, actor, and educator Anne Tromsness will direct Proud Mary Theatre Company’s next production, The Pink Unicorn, the hit one-woman show starring actor Kelly Davis.
The first-ever First Tee National Championship will be held June 21-26, 2020 at Clemson University. The event will bring together First Tee’s elite players for an opportunity to showcase how the program has helped build the strength of character needed to play at the collegiate or next level.