History

Greenville soda shops like Carpenter Brothers and the Pickwick came about because of patent medicines
The stars of jazz’s Swing Era found a home on Greenville’s Asbury Avenue
GREENVILLE'S MILL HISTORY IS ABOUT MORE THAN TEXTILES. THE EMPIRE OF THE TEXTILE CRESCENT IS A PLAYBOOK OF POWER, GUTS, AND GLORY - AND WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND.
THE REEDY RIVER PUT GREENVILLE ON THE MAP— AND, LIKE ITS MEANDERING CURRENTS AND RUSHING FALLS, IS THE CENTERPIECE FOR ITS RISE, FALL, AND TRIUMPHANT RISE AGAIN.
ERSKINE COLLEGE, CELEBRATING 175 YEARS, HAS WORLD-FAMOUS ALUMNI
Dr. Hilla Sheriff turned the tides of healthcare in Spartanburg and beyond
Julia Mood Peterkin penned-controversial and candid novels on the culture of African americans in the South
Mary Honor Farrow Wright championed African-American education
Bright. Ambitious. Brave.
As Greenville High School turns the corner on 125 years, it continues an extraordinary tradition of graduating world leaders in athletics, business, politics, science, and the arts.We highlight four graduates as examples of the remarkable hundreds that have roamed its downtown campus.
Emilie Pandolfi's talents extend beyond the keys
Joanne Woodward went from the local stage to the Academy Awards —and found love to boot

Editor's Letter

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Behind the Wheel

Greenville artists Darin Gehrke and Glory Day Loflin combine their talents for a singular ceramics production

Backcountry Basics

The mountains are calling­—guarantee an epic adventure with our outdoor packing list

Up in Smoke

’Tis the season for cooking with fire

That’s a Plan

Brenda Luginbill of CB Events crafts Greenville’s first health-focused festival