Celebrities participating in the BMW Charity Pro-Am were announced today representing stars the stage and screen.
The first three rounds of the Web.com tour competition is played May 19-22 at Thornblade Club in Greer, The Preserve at Verdae (Greenville) and the Reserve at Lake Keowee (Sunset). The final 18 is played at Thornblade Club.
The Greer Children's Theater is putting the finishing touches on production of Disney's The Lion King Jr. opening at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center on Friday at 7 p.m.
The GCT will run the show on consecutive weekends with show times on Friday, Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday shows at 2 p.m.
The Blue Ridge Brewing Co. is beginning to see the foam on top of their beer.
Bob Hiller, owner of Greer’s restaurant and craft brewpub at 308 Trade Street, is awaiting for clearance on the alcohol beverage permit from SLED to announce an official opening date.
Eyebrow threading, a technique founded more than 6,000 years ago has gained popularity in western cultures.
Threading is one of the cultural demonstrations Saturday at the International Festival held at City Park, City Hall and the amphitheater.
As cultures and different countries come together, there are often unimaginable talents.
Take sword and belly dancing, one of the exhibitions at the International Festival at Greer City Park on Saturday.
Join the Greer community Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. as the world is brought to Greer City Park.
The International Festival features 22 countries, 14 sports, 10 vendors in the marketplace, 10 non-profits, and seven different food vendors.
Edwin McCain will be the headline performer for the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce's 32nd Annual Pelham Medical Center Greer Family Festival.
"This year’s event will be another great time for families to enjoy all of the great things our community has to offer. Having Edwin McCain as our head line performer will be exciting as we welcome another home grown musical artist to our stage," said festival Chairman Rudy Painter.
Touch a Truck will be from 6-8pm tonight on Trade St. in downtown Greer.
Bring the family down to see fire trucks, police cars, boom trucks, school buses, construction equipment and much more.
We have been frequently asked how the Benchmark Bicycle Supply Co., got its name. So, here’s the back story according to co-owner Ben Schowe.
“I grew up within a household where my dad’s name was Ben,” said Schowe. “I ran in high school with a teammate named Ben and when I was in college, my roommate was named Ben. When I was in the service I reported an officer named Ben.