It might sound like a simple Christmas carol to you, but for dozens of hospice patients at Midway Residential, the sound of singing students in the hallway marks one of the most pleasant visits of the year.
The first intermission has commenced at a Greenville Swamp Rabbits game, but the enthusiasm from the fans hasn’t waned. On the contrary, some fans descend to the rink’s boards, anticipating a regular but nonetheless fascinating occurrence.
Riverside High senior Lydia Elsey initially wanted to travel so she could see the world, have a unique experience.
Her options weren’t very limited.
Bob Jones University is inviting the community to celebrate the holiday season at the school’s annual Christmas Carol Sing and Lighting Ceremony at the center of campus Friday, Dec. 4, at 6:30 p.m.
He has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center and many other international venues, but this Saturday, renowned Brazilian pianist Flavio Varani will take the stage at the J. Harley Bonds Center Auditorium in Greer.
The Gap Creek Singers return to the stage next Friday night, as the group gets set to perform its annual Christmas Concert at First Presbyterian Church in Greer.
The Dec. 11 concert, set for 7 p.m., will take place in the fellowship hall of the church, located at 100 School St., Greer.
A Christmas tradition continues this year at Academy of Arts’ Logos Theatre with the production of “Silent Star,” and this years’ show is promising to be better than ever, managers say.
Many people in the community have made Bob Jones University’s Living Gallery a traditional part of their holiday season – the Easter holiday season, that is.
If you didn’t already believe Greer was the center of the universe, you might after you read Leland Burch’s new book.
Completing a journey that began more than three years ago, the local, well-known author recently released “Wow! I Didn’t See That Coming!,” the third installment of his “Center of the Universe” trilogy.
Several schools held celebrations in honor of Veterans Day last week.