Chef Michael Sibert will honor his grandparents when he opens White Wine & Butter in Cartwright Food Hall in Greer later this year, marking it as what is believed to be the first black chef-owned concept in the area.
Where to Live
Looking for a place to live in Upstate SC? We show you what is going on in the cities of Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
Cast two years ago, but sidelined by the pandemic, The Red Velvet Cake War presented by Mill Town Players opens this Friday at Historic Pelzer Auditorium.
Piedmont businessman Jimmy Wilson has donated his antique tractor collection to the Easley, Pickens and Powdersville YMCA. Proceeds from an Oct. 9 auction of the collection will help fund a Child Development and Training Center in the Powdersville and Wren communities.
Sandy Hanebrink has been an advocate for the disability community for almost as long as she’s been using a wheelchair. On Sept. 22, the Mauldin native now living in Anderson, will become the first person in South Carolina to receive a medical exoskeleton from SuitX, enabling her to stand and walk on her own for the first time in 34 years.
After missing a full celebration of its 10th anniversary in 2020 due to COVID, the City of Mauldin will present the 10th+1 Annual SOOIE. Mauldin BBQ Cook-off Sept. 17-18, 2021 at Mauldin Cultural Center.
Gary Brown has welded parts for the some of the U.S. military’s most famous airplanes. But his real passion is reclaiming scrap metal to create his colorful works of Gary Brown Metal Art.
It’s home to Freedom Frappes, Star Spangled Smoothies and LiberTeas. And it’s housed in a former home of first responders, making it the ideal spot for the new Red White and Brew Coffee Co. in Six Mile.
Jeuel Bannister Esmacher, 97, of Anderson has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian honor. The Anderson County native served as a code breaker during World War II.