Cooking is fun for Damion Norton.
As the Professional Catering owner was introduced to the diners at Larkin's Sawmill following his quarterfinal match in the Competition Dining Series on Wednesday, he circled the room, high-fiving patrons and fellow chefs with an ever-present smile.
"When people come to me with that energy and that 'well done chef’, I fulfilled that need they needed for that evening," said Norton. "It's just cut and dry like that."
The Vintage Market at the Park will be held for the fifth year on Oct. 17 in Greer City Park.
Wanda Garcia, event organizer, said the event will be 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and feature a vintage-themed photo booth, food trucks and live music, still to be announced.
Benton Blount survived Live Round 1 at Radio City Music Hall last week in “America’s Got Talent”. Live Round 2 will be aired Tuesday with the results scheduled on Wednesday’s show.
Blount, 34, the popular singer from Greenville, has entertained Greer audiences at festivals and venues.
Benton Blount, a popular singer who entertained fans in the greater Greer area, didn’t have to wait long to learn he was moving forward at America’s Got Talent Wednesday evening.
The Greer Children's Theater wants to take you to Neverland.
The stage adaptation of Disney's Peter Pan begins Friday with free productions the next two weekends, Friday and Saturday, at the Cannon Centre at 7 p.m.
Benton Blount, a Greenville singer, performed A Great Big World’s song “Say Something” on Tuesday night and earned solid remarks from four of the judges, including host Nick Cannon on “America’s Got Talent”.
Blount made his first live appearance on stage at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. He survived the judges’ final cuts two weeks ago.
Maestra Sarah Ioannides, Music Director and Conductor of Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra, has announced that she will conclude her tenure with SPO at the end of the 2016-2017 season. It will mark the end of the 12th season for Ioannides.
"Spartanburg is, and always will be, an important and very special part of my life – not only for me but for my family as well. The last ten years have been musically inspiring. I am so very proud of the orchestra and everything we have accomplished," Ioannides said. "I firmly believe the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra will continue to be successful, long into the future, standing strong as one of the premier musical establishments."