Articles in Lifestyles
Clemson University professor emeritus Romando James has taken Truckstop Shirley, based on his meeting with Shirley Estrich more than 30 years ago and the principles developed as a result, to churches and community theaters through the years.
Classified by listeners as a unique blend of Americana, folk rock and country, the Flatland Tourists perform high energy and easily danceable music at all of their shows.
Those who read The Journal’s comics section Tuesday likely noticed a change, as “Stone Soup” ended its 20-year run as a syndicated daily strip last week and has been replaced by a comic of foreign origin.
Years ago when Connie Chiles-Cooke and Darlene Prater were playing a round of golf with their friends, they realized they had more in common than golf.
South Carolina’s serious about reducing C-sections.
The runners who took part in the Mainly Marathons event at the Shaver Recreation Complex on Thursday were admittedly a bit more jovial…