Think of it as speed dating for volunteerism.
I recently had the pleasure of attending Riverside High’s resurrection of its service fair.
For Christmas, I received two really amazing gifts: a massage at Urban Nirvana and a Fitbit, a small pedometer/fitness tracker.
Three groups of two writers will write all night; the directors and actors will arrive the following morning.
Family and friends gathered Jan. 18 to share food and fond memories at the fifth Annual Mark Wiburn Memorial Oyster Roast.
The classic story of Tarzan soon comes Greer with the Greer Children’s Theatre production of the stage musical.
This weekend, a good friend from college was in town from San Francisco for the first time in about a year.
Riverside High history teacher Steven Johnson never thought he would be a writer, but he stumbled upon stories he couldn’t keep to himself.
Country music legend and “Gentle Giant” Don Williams will be in the Upstate soon.
Just less than a year after publishing her first novel, “Waiting On My Cue,” Spartanburg author Belinda Hunter has published a sequel.