euphoria Greenville is known for its delicious gourmet food. Despite all of the stresses that go into planning a festival, Morgan and her team try to let things happen organically. As much as it is a good time for those who attend euphoria, the organizers want to make sure the chefs have just as much of a good time.
Now in its third year, the Swamp Rabbit Music Fest was originally known as the Swamp Rabbit Folk Fest. The 2018 festival will feature more rock music than previous years. Artists, food trucks, and vendors will also be onsite to complete this incredible festival.
Read Up Greenville is a Young Adult Literature Festival orchestrated by Lee Yarborough of Greenville. Born from her love of reading with her daughters, Lee hopes that she can inspire this same love among others. The goal of Read Up is to help others find a place where they feel they belong.
While euphoria Greenville features incredible wine, food, and entertainment, many people don’t realize it is also a nonprofit. Focusing on food, kids, and the arts, euphoria aims to fund entire projects that enrich lives. In addition to the nonprofit, euphoria also aims to have a large economic impact on Greenville.
Downtown Anderson is filled with small-town charm. From great restaurants, to charming places to stay, Anderson has it all. Anderson also has a burgeoning arts community.
InSouth Magazine is a bilingual magazine in Upstate South Carolina. A Night of Bonitas is a fashion show hosted by InSouth magazine, where the proceeds with benefit the Hispanic Alliance. The women of InSouth have made it their mission to connect the communities of the Upstate with their bilingual magazine.
euphoria is a yearly food, wine, and music festival that takes place in Greenville. The festival is the brainchild of Carl Sobocinski and Edwin McCain. Philanthropy and shining a positive light on Greenville served as the crux for the development of the festival.
...Somewhere More Familiar: A Conversation With Sister Hazel If You Only Have 60 Seconds… Sister Hazel, of Gainesville, Florida, are performing at the Peace Center on August 3rd You may know them for “All For You”, but the band’s catalog extends over nine albums and two EPs (soon to be four) The band is in…
Before I adventured to Greenwood, South Carolina my knowledge of the community was very limited. I knew that it resided in the Upstate region of the state, but I didn’t know what to expect. My experience was nothing short of memorable. Uptown Greenwood is an arts and culture haven with a small town vibe. On any given weekend, there is local live music in many of the Uptown restaurant and venues. I experienced this local fun first hand during Greenwood’s Festival of Flowers main weekend.
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect on the day I was to meet Andy Finkle. All I knew is that I would be visiting his home studio which he had created out of a vintage pull-behind camper. I had become familiar with his work through Instagram, where he proudly displays his colorful, whimsical, and admittedly somewhat weird art style. I had also learned that he was the Artist in Residence at the Carnegie Library in Union. I was sold, I needed to speak with Andy for myself. This day, in particular, was gorgeous, the sun was shining and there was a slight breeze. It was the epitome of “springtime in the south.”