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Saint George Dome Icon
This is the Icon of Christ in the dome of the Saint George Greek Orthodox Church. The dome is 60 feet high, and this icon contains 350,000 tiles.
Slow Food Upstate
The Slow Food Earth Market has moved to NOMA Square, where it will be held on the afternoon of the 3rd Wednesday of every month.
People of Poinsett
This trailer serves as a Public Works Studio, and was created by the People of Poinsett, a group of Furman University students and community members from the Poinsett District. It contains scenes that describe the different areas that make up the community, all the way down to the ‘secret’ skate park that was built on […]
Sip With a View
The latest rooftop bar is the Sip, located at the corner of Coffee and South Main Streets.
Anytime Fitness on Washington Street in the bottom floor of the 100 East apartments is now open.
Another finished BBQ comes off Willie Dee’s grill during the charity BBQ Cook off in downtown Greenville over the weekend. There were 29 contestants entered to benefit Project Host soup kitchen.
Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum
The Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum in the West End across from Fluor Field is worth a visit to learn about one of our most famous baseball players in the past. It has free admission during its Saturday hours of 10:00-2:00. Be sure to keep an eye out for the black and white panorama photo, created […]
2013 Para-Cycling Open
The 2013 Para-Cycling Open held at the ICAR campus in Greenville was a small event compared to the 2014 UCI Para-Cycling World Championship which will be in Greenville in 2014. Racers use bicycles adapted to their abilities such as tricycles, adapted bicycles, tandem bicycles and hand-cycles. The racers are divided into evenly matching categories.
Dangling cables were all that were left of tree light assemblies along a section of Main Street last weekend. The only good news is that there was video which may help someone identify him. The cables will be replaced and installed in conduit to discourage further incidents. For all the work it took to […]
Pinwheels for Prevention
Blue “pinwheel gardens” have appeared in several spots around the city in observance of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. They serve as a reminder that preventing child abuse and neglect is everyone’s responsibility.