Rating: 7.5 out of 10
Run time: 118 minutes
Rated: ‘PG-13’ for language, violence and gore
I remember, a few years back, my sister and I were talking about that movie, “Ted.”
“It’s kind of stupid,” she said after awhile.
The Guild Gallery of Spartanburg will show “Through Our Eyes: Spartanburg Through the Eyes of the Homeless” Aug. 1-28. An Art Walk Reception will be held Aug. 17, from 5-8 p.m.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Andrew Wyeth’s birthday, the Greenville County Museum of Art welcomed “Victoria Wyeth: My Andy” in July. Comprised of more than 30 black-and-white photographs, the exhibition offers an intimate look at the late Andrew Wyeth’s world via the lens of his only grandchild, Victoria.
Locals are invited to kick up their feet and swing their hips as Greenville Lindy Hoppers brings its annual dance event to Greer this weekend.
The Greenville Lindy Exchange will kick off Friday night at Grace Hall with a beginner dance lesson at 7 p.m.
After last year's smash inaugural event, theatre company Hickory Playground is returning to the SALT Block's Drendel Auditorium for another evening of unique art. In this festival, eight original one-act plays are cast, written, and performed in a 48-hour period by local artistic talent from the Hickory, North Carolina area.
Dakota and Friends Dinosaur show visited Jean M. Smith Branch Library Tuesday (above). Zoe Clanton, left, and Brooke Roseveare had mixed reaction to the dinosaur show (left).