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As the executive director of the S.C. Arts Alliance, G.P. McLeer forges a path for the arts
Project Host Soup Kitchen offers more than a hot meal
Bill Apelian crafts Old World St. Nicholas statues with deft design
Wes Whitesell of Village Wrench promotes the importance of community relationships, one tire pump at a time
Adrienne Burris challenges students to raise their literary voices
Highlands Food & Wine Festival promises a four-day weekend of the region’s best culinary talent, music, and shopping.
Enid Williams uses a common shape as a multi-layered metaphor
Sunny Mullarkey McGowan crafts bold cuts inspired by nature’s details
Anna Kunst & Christopher Deschenes // Katelyn Elizabeth Horn & Nicholas Williams // Elizabeth Bomar & Wes Paul // Elizabeth “Lizz” Gerrity & Robert Pingry
Family-owned Joe’s Place brings books and more to historic Williams Street
Blacksmith Matthew Shirey forges timeless metal tools that honor old ways
The Warehouse Theatre’s Forum Series fosters meaningful conversations

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