The annual BMW ZFest will come through Greer Saturday as car owners and friends visit restaurants and shops. The event begins today and lasts through Labor Day.
Perry Williams encouraged the BMW sports car owners to visit Greer during the event three years ago. He was the leader in "follow the leader" to downtown and the occasion has grown since.
The Arvie Jr. Band, featuring Arvie Bennett, will play in downtown Greer Friday and Saturday night.
Friday the band will play at The Strip Club 104 at 104 E. Poinsett Street from 6-9 p.m.
Being the host for ESPN's College GameDay on Saturday means there will undoubtedly be a lot of tailgating going on before the 8 p.m. Georgia at Clemson kickoff. GameDay will be aired 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Whether it is your game of the week or not, I find it interesting to read about other fun and sometimes weird traditions that teams practice when tailgating.
Corree-Wood Schurman a cook for the team that won the Wing Fling at the weekend’s Sooie’t Relief BBQ competition will appear on TV tonight on the BBQ Pitmasters Grand Championship.
Schurman and teammate Lynnae Beth Oxley will appear on Destination America at 9 a.m. on the final episode of BBQ Pitmasters. The show has Pellet Envy and Butcher BBQ teams making up the semifinals.
The team that traveled the greatest distance won the biggest prize at the Sooie’t Relief BBQ competition Saturday. Lotta Bull BBQ, from Marietta, Okla., was crowned the Grand Champion.
What your children eat during the school day not only affects their health and wellness, but proper nutrition can benefit them academically as well. Take care to pack lunches and snacks that will serve your children well on both counts.
Culinard, the Culinary Institute of Virginia College in Greenville , will host U.S. Pastry Chef of the Year Ben Shelton for a pastry demonstration and lecture to be held Wednesday, Sept. 4, from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at its campus located at 78 Global Drive. The free event is open to current and prospective students of Culinard.
Shelton received first place honors and was named U.S. Pastry Chef of the Year at the 24th Annual U.S. Pastry Competition. Shelton’s winning creation, “Origins,” which consisted of three components: a chocolate oriented showpiece and blown sugar; an entremet comprised of chocolate, passion fruit, banana and hazelnut layers; and praline bonbons.
Get your wet ones ready!
The Sooie’t Relief BBQ Benefit begins Friday at 6 o’clock with a Wing Fling. Thanks to Greer Relief for this delicious two-day event that raises money for the non-profit.
Hearty seed grown tomato plants have endured this rainy summer weather. The humid weather that follows these southern afternoon rainstorms has helped some backyard farmers to produce an abundance of hearty and delicious gems.
A larger garden may require you to cook or can and maybe share with a neighbor or best friend. In my case, having parents with green thumbs makes for a happy daughter that gets to enjoy the overflow.
The Greer football team got a big taste of how much the business community loves its Yellow Jackets.
Jimmy Chulkas and the Clock Restaurant family and employees treated the 2013 edition of the Greer football team and its coaches to a free meal this afternoon. It’s become an annual event during the middle of Camp Swarm, a three-day team bonding and intensive summer camp.
Atmosphere, live music, friends and cool pints of craft beer are at your fingertips at R.J. Rockers in Spartanburg.
Tour and Taste Thursday, 5-7 p.m., is just another reason to spend $5 and get your own beer glass at the craft brewery at 226-A Main Street.