A lifetime of work by one of Spartanburg’s most celebrated artists -- the late Mayo “Mac” Boggs -- will be retrospectively exhibited at West Main Artists Co-op May 2-31, celebrating 43 years of international recognition and acclaim.
Review by Scott Robinson
Edited by William Buchheit
Rating: 8 out of 10
At the Peace Center on 4/20, Jason Isbell captured the tone and truth of what’s happening in our country in a rare but welcome way -- Storytelling.
Pickens County printmaker and artist Steven A. Chapp will exhibit a large collection of his work–“Observer Observed”–at Spartanburg’s West Main Artists Co-op through May 12, giving the public extensive insight to his American ancestors, especially during the Civil War.
Greenville Little Theatre (GLT), the Upstate's oldest and largest locally producing theatre, has announced its Executive Committee and Board of Directors for the 2018-2019 season.
Caitlyn Smith, who released her debut album Starfire in January, is making an entrance into national headlines this year.
In addition to regular year-round collections, Greenville Literacy Association has announced expanded 2018 efforts to collect books for The Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale, now in its 17th year. The sale will be held August 10-12, 2018 at McAlister Square.
Rating: 7 out of 10
Run time: 101 minutes
Rated: ‘PG-13’ for language and adult themes
The Chappaquiddick incident was the final chapter in a tragic decade for the Kennedys.