Spring 2020 arrived about the same time as school closings and work-from-home orders. With few places to go and more time on our hands, our yards and gardens have become getaways for reducing worry and stress.
Another local scene sidelined by the Coronavirus outbreak is live music, and in the Upstate, that represents a heavy slice of both entertainment and employment. Sunday Songwriters is trying to help.
Upstate restaurants are perfecting takeout, curbside delivery, home delivery, and online ordering and pay options to weather the storm caused by the Coronavirus crisis.
Business as usual has been altered in countless areas of our day-to-day lives because of COVID-19. Here are some changes of note at the SC Department of Motor Vehicles and the SC Department of Revenue.
Submit your recipe for the Carolina Eats Memorial Day Chillin’ & Grillin’ Recipe Sweepstakes, now until April 30, for a chance to win some great prizes.
The City of Greenville has launched Market Connect, an online resource guide highlighting TD Saturday Market vendors who currently have produce and/or product offerings for online ordering, takeout, gift card purchasing and/or in-person pickup.
With her on site sessions now sidelined due to the COVID-19 outbreak, music therapist Alison Hughey is finding new ways to provide care.
Pink On Main in Spartanburg is leading a volunteer effort to make masks for area healthcare providers who are on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19.
Being outdoors in nature is a great way to get much needed fresh air and exercise while practicing social distancing. Here in the Upstate, we have some great options for getting outside.
As concerns over the spread of coronavirus increase, the Better Business Bureau of the Upstate is warning consumers about emails, social media posts and websites pushing products that purportedly prevent or “cure” the virus.
From home cooking to farm-to-table cuisine, the Upstate is a place for foodies. Now we’re sharing savory recipes from Upstate residents in Livin’ Upstate’s Carolina Eats Cookbook.
What started as downtime doodling has earned Jordan Fretz of Simpsonville finalist honors in the prestigious international Communication Arts Magazine competition and the hashtag #corrugatedartist.
With schools closed across South Carolina through the end of March, parents will be looking for ways to keep their children busy and learning. Here’s a list of nine free learning websites to help.
With Coronavirus concerns shutting down school, you may be looking for a way to occupy the the kids AND spend some quality time with them.
The Biltmore has temporarily suspended some of their guest experiences as a precaution for coronavirus.
Members of Greer-based Trade Street Band are using their passion for playing to create music for commercials, films, documentaries, podcasts and even those cat videos on YouTube, with their new company, Melodicom.
A new exhibition at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville celebrates the 100th anniversary of ratification of the 19th amendment that granted women the right to vote. Guaranteeing Her Right…The 19th Amendment, Women and the Right to Vote will be housed at the museum until September 4.
Housed in a repurposed building on Union Street that once was home to Palmetto Textiles, Vintage Warehouse of Spartanburg is an assemblage of artisans and craftspeople offering everything from pillows to pottery.