If you’re looking for a one-tank trip from the Upstate that offers fun for all ages, check out Wilderness Run Alpine Coaster, North Carolina’s first Alpine coaster now open in Banner Elk.
Seneca resident Jim Juras creates art that is life-sized and lasting. As a muralist, he enjoys the challenge of creating art that tells a story and shapes a sense of place.
Located inside Westside Park just five minutes from downtown Greenville, TreeTop Quest Greenville is the Upstate’s first aerial adventure park with 88 obstacles and 27 ziplines on five courses for ages four and up.
The new Stone Ashe Vineyard in Hendersonville, NC brings a touch of the Old World to a 67-acre ridgetop setting in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
If you’ve attended one of their monthly sales, you know All About Fabrics, but you may not know that this fourth-generation Upstate textile company has a wholesale and export business that ships cloth and finished products to customers in more than 45 countries.
It’s National Hog Dog Day, a day to celebrate the culinary delight that’s an undeniable American favorite. To honor the day and the dog, Livin’ Upstate visited Skins’ Hotdogs where every day is hotdog day.
If you’d like to take a scenic stroll or a beautiful bike ride not far from the city, Lake Conestee Park Nature Preserve off Mauldin Road in Greenville County is the perfect place.
Greenville Downtown Airport has launched an art contest to highlight South Carolina Aviation Week, August 15 – 22. The winner will receive a $100 gift certificate to the airport’s Runway Café.
With more than 25 ice cream flavors and almost 10 varieties of its signature Freakshake, The Scoop Ice Cream Shop & Eats in Six Mile is a popular stop.
With the Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop, the Cheers! Trail showcases four types of craft beverages and a selection of 17 different tasting experiences that include nine breweries, three wineries, two cideries and one meadery.
This time of year, when the weather pattern features afternoon showers, ants inside our homes and mosquitoes on the patio are commonplace. Learn more about controlling summertime pests inside and outside your home.
Greenville Transit Authority, aka Greenlink, was awarded a $5 million grant from FTA’s 2020 Low or No-emission “Lo-No” Bus Program. It was the public transportation system’s fourth grant in as many budget cycles, allowing Greenlink to put more green in its bus fleet.
If you’re into fishing, kayaking, canoeing or simply a peaceful afternoon on the water, visit Lake Robinson in Greer SC. And if you don’t have a kayak or canoe of your own, Cole’s Bait Shop can fix you up.
Learn more about Greenville’s textile heritage and the entrepreneurs who built the industry during new mill tours offered by Greenville History & Culinary Tours.
For the third year in a row, Greenville-based FGP, Find Great People has been named one of the best recruitment companies in the nation by Forbes Magazine.
Anderson County Museum houses exhibits from aviation to turbines and textiles that bring to life the history of education, industry, transportation, military life, religion and sports in the Electric City.
In his new book, Lost Restaurants of Greenville, author John M. Nolan preserves the stories of 28 of the city’s pioneering restaurants like Charlie’s Steakhouse, Vince Perone’s and Bistro Europa.
A Clemson man’s TikTok video about an Arby’s bag has been viewed more than two million times, earning him gift cards and limited-edition Meat Sweats from the national fast food chain.