For Christmas, I received two really amazing gifts: a massage at Urban Nirvana and a Fitbit, a small pedometer/fitness tracker.
Three groups of two writers will write all night; the directors and actors will arrive the following morning. After 24 hours, the audience will fill the theater to watch a performance that didn’t exist the previous day.
Family and friends gathered Jan. 18 to share food and fond memories at the fifth Annual Mark Wiburn Memorial Oyster Roast.
Michael Wright, one of Mark’s lifelong friends, helps organize the event. Before he died, Mark mentioned wanting to host an oyster roast.
The classic story of Tarzan soon comes Greer with the Greer Children’s Theatre production of the stage musical.
The production is similar to the 1999 Disney film, both scored by Phil Collins. This is Director Luke Browder’s first full production.
This weekend, a good friend from college was in town from San Francisco for the first time in about a year.
For two and a half days, my friends and I had laughs, late nights and junk food. We all slept late and watched bad TV. It’s always fun to spend time with old friends, especially when one of them has moved across the country.
Riverside High history teacher Steven Johnson never thought he would be a writer, but he stumbled upon stories he couldn’t keep to himself.
After years of research and writing, Johnson has published “Unknown Wars of Asia, Africa and the Americas That Changed History.”
Country music legend and “Gentle Giant” Don Williams will be in the Upstate soon.
Williams’ career spans several decades and his hits include “Good Ole Boys Like Me,” “Till the Rivers All Run Dry,” “It Must Be Love,” “I’m Just a Country Boy,” “Amanda” and “I Believe in You.”
Just less than a year after publishing her first novel, “Waiting On My Cue,” Spartanburg author Belinda Hunter has published a sequel.
“No Longer Waiting…My Cue has been Granted” came out a few weeks ago, following the love triangle of the first book.
I recently had the pleasure of seeing “The Wizard of Oz” at the Peace Center Jan. 5. I’m sure you know the classic story as well as I do – Dorothy and Toto are transported to Oz from Kansas via tornado, where they befriend the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion in hopes of getting the miracles they need.