Articles in Lifestyles
On Jan. 12, 2010, a catastrophic earthquake devastated Haiti, leaving many children with no one to care for them. But out of this tragedy, the Haitian Children’s Choir was born.
For the fourth consecutive year, A Call to Action Oconee is sponsoring a poster contest for Oconee County students in grades 1 through 8 in an effort to raise awareness of bullying.
As the great-granddaughter of an Edgefield plantation owner and a Native American great-grandmother, Teresa Kemp has long worked to preserve the diverse legacy of her family.
Darby and the Peep Show began by accident.
Ann Cunningham attended art history classes in college, but she didn’t put brush to paper until enrolling in evening courses at a junior college in her early 20s. And she hasn’t stopped since.
Visitors will be able to touch, feel and sit in the cockpit of the newest all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars during a National Drive Electric Week event at the World of Energy from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday.
Finding a performer who can entertain an audience of all ages isn’t easy, but Andy Irwin fits the bill.