Mountains and beaches, food and art, history and wildlife — South Carolina has it all.
Greenville in the News
Good news about that Greenville spreads fast. And word about Greenville is spreading so fast that we have to work hard to keep up. This is where we do our best to post all the “best,” “most,” “top” and “coolest” lists we make, the comments the media makes and our latest accolades. Check back regularly. The good news just keeps coming!
Posts from February 2021
These are 14 of the best things to do in South Carolina, from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
Newlyweds Sassy and Spero donned the trademark white dress and tuxedo for their adorable wedding ceremony, which benefited a great cause.
Sure, you could find the absolute cheapest city in the country, pack up all your things and head out. But even if your money goes a long way, if there’s nothing around, you’ll have nowhere to spend it. What about the food? The drinks? The arts? The entertainment? For some, we want the best of both worlds. So, we cross-referenced data from the Council for Community and Economic Research's Cost of Living Index (for reference, the U.S. cost of living benchmark average is 100, so anything under that is good) with some qualitative analyses (like, is there anything to do in these towns?) to find the happy meeting place of the coolest and most affordable cities in the country. Here are our ten picks. OK, now you can pack your bags.
Because Austin and Portland are full.
PUPPY LOVE: This is not your average wedding – because two dogs got "married" and did it to benefit other pups
Sassy and Spero tied the knot on Thursday, Feb. 11, with the help of Greenville County Animal Care and two South Carolina-based event planning resources, including Wedding Festivals and the Upstate Bridal Association.
Our beloved small businesses and cultural institutions need our support now more than ever, so we’ve rounded up 50 top staycation ideas—one for each state!—complete with where to stay, what to eat, and what to do, whether that’s getting out on the trails for a socially-distanced hike, diving into American history and culture, or sipping a local brew on a breezy patio.