It started in 1999 as a roadside stand. More than 20 years later, Bee Well Honey can be found in major grocery store chains around the Southeast, at independent retailers and farm stores across the Upstate, online, and of course, at Bee Well Honey Natural Market in Pickens.
It’s been 22 years since Mable Clarke held her first fish fry to benefit Soapstone Baptist Church in Pickens County and this Saturday, October 16, will mark her last.
The hills and hollers around Hagood Mill Historic Site in Pickens will come alive with tall tales and scary stories of Appalachia when the Storytelling Festival and Liars Competition comes to the mill this weekend, Oct. 15 and 16.
It’s almost October and there’s no more appropriate place to celebrate Fall in the Upstate than in Pumpkintown in Pickens County.
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.
Easley Mill was a center of community life for almost a century. Today, 30 years after its looms and spindles were silenced, the four-story brick structure on South 5th Street is again buzzing with activity as tenants of the new Easley Mill Lofts begin moving in.
If you’re looking for a fun day trip or weekend getaway before the end of summer, take a drive to Table Rock State Park in Pickens County.
If you’re into music, markets or melons, you’ll find plenty of it in the Upstate this weekend. From tonight’s Beachin’ Fridays in Mauldin to tomorrow’s Melon Fest at Hagood Mill in Pickens, there are lots of things to do.