The name is a play on words that the owners of Anderson’s newest brewery, Magnetic South, hope will pull customers into downtown for a true Southern experience.
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Diane Leary’s Cabbage Casserole makes the finals in the Carolina Eats Makin’ Meals Under $20 Recipe Sweepstakes
You might never consider putting cornflakes and cabbage together, but Diane Leary’s Cabbage Casserole does just that and it’s a finalist in the Carolina Eats Makin’ Meals Under $20 Recipe Sweepstakes presented by Ingles.
He’s a full-time physician and a part-time farmer. He’s also a husband and a father of 10. And if that weren’t enough, Dr. Brooks Smith has been called as the new bishop for the Simpsonville 3rd Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mike Cannon of Anderson has a pedal car and toy collection that rivals most retailers. There are so many, in fact, that he is actively searching for a public place to display them.
The Anderson Arts Center is gearing up for its 46th Annual Juried Show, one of the longest-running juried shows in the state of South Carolina. Submissions will be accepted March 25-27 and exhibit dates are April 16 – May 20.
Upstate authors Kathryn Smith and Kelly Durham first crossed paths in the principal’s office at Daniel High School in Central. Their next encounter more than 30 years later led them to collaborate on a series of novels known as the Missy LeHand Mysteries.
Food truck owners, cottage bakers and other up-and-coming food retailers will have a pathway to start and grow a business when the City of Anderson opens its shared kitchen space next fall.
Celebrating its 25th year in 2020, the MAGI project at Anderson University has become a campus-wide ministry touching the lives of almost 200 area children and their families.