Articles in Lifestyles
The Greater Clemson Music Festival is less than three months away, but organizers are now accepting entries for the seventh annual poster contest, whose deadline is 5 p.m. March 9.
In 2010, Pickens resident Milledge Cassell heard about a program in Rock Hill that provided food to students who would likely go hungry over the weekend.
If there’s anything Evangelos Dimas has learned in the past two years of running a restaurant, it’s that customers still aren’t sure how to pronounce the name of his restaurant tucked away on Ram Cat Alley.
Due to high demand, a planned book signing for “Eclipse Over Clemson: The Day Tigertown Will Never Forget,” originally scheduled for today, has been moved to Feb. 6.
Barring weather issues, officials working on the Walhalla passage of the Palmetto Trail hope to have the first few miles of trail open for use by April.
In 1988, a group of churches working through Clemson Congregations in Touch decided to address food and utilities needs among those less fortunate in the community.