Under new management

Cracked, discolored wooden boards creaked underfoot as Daniel Prince walked up to the dusty, yellowed counter where beer was once served to eager, dancing patrons -- the drafty echo inside Jackson Sta ...

Painting where Nason sees herself gaining ground

Greenwood artist Elizabeth Nason is a private person who is passionate about her art. "There's rarely a day when I'm not up at 3:30 a.m., making art in my studio," Nason said, noting she does three-d ...

Rescheduled Make-A-Wish benefit concert is March 2

The rescheduled Nashville Songwriters Make-A-Wish South Carolina benefit concert is March 2 at Greenwood Community Theatre. Local musicians and Nashville talent are performing. Keller Ridgeway and Sta ...

Art, jazz fuse at Arts Center

The 11th annual Black History Exhibition at the Arts Center of Greenwood is a fusion of art and jazz, exploring jazz traditions during February. Highlighting jazz themes and connections between art in ...

Promised Land exhibit opens Feb. 10 at The Museum

Upstairs in The Museum of Greenwood, tables in a conference room are lined with rows of labeled photographs, programs and other mementos from people with ties to the Promised Land community. These pho ...

Auditions taking place at AOH

Staff Reports Auditions for the final two productions of the current winter theater season at Abbeville Opera House are at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7, 100 Court Square. AOH director Michael Genevie is host ...

James Gregory returns to GCT

A native of rural Georgia, comedian James Gregory has been entertaining audiences of all ages with his humorous observations about everyday life. Gregory is performing from 7:30-9 p.m. Feb. 2 at Gree ...

Not kid stuff

Crowding shelves at bookstores, craft and art supply stores and even discount retailers are coloring books for adults. This trend is billed as a great way for grown-ups to de-stress and get creative. ...