MIXER SCENE: Downtown Greenville, April 12

Photos from downtown Greenville on Saturday night. Read Full Story

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Hurray for the Riff Raff getting deserved attention

Every now and then an artist emerges on the music scene who creates buzz and provokes conversation. Read More

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Time Sawyer ups the ante

The Charlotte-based folk-rock quartet Time Sawyer ups the ante with its fifth LP, “Disguise the Limits.” Read More

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What to look for at the Her Shopping Spree

The start of spring always brings warranted excitement. Read More

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Nawabi returns with exhibition at GMA

Before she received national acclaim as the winner of a Bravo TV Reality show, Kymia Nawabi put her roots down in Greenville for four years while working on her bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University School of Art and Design. Read More

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To-do list before graduation

The end of classes is less than a month away, which means, for seniors, graduation is (hopefully) right around the corner. Read More

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Low-cal drinks for swimsuit season

Classes ending in less than a month means that it’s time to get ready for summer. Read More

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April dates

HIlarity for Charity for U: will be at Peasant’s Pub April 1, the Tipsy Teapot April 2 and 3 and at TieBreakers April 4. Read More

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MIXER SCENE: Downtown Greenville, March 7

Photos from downtown Greenville on Friday night. Read More

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Spazz Fest is back, bigger than ever

The first note is like a pinprick, awakening the soul as music pulses through the body. Read More

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Spazz Fest V schedule

The lineup for Spazz Fest V as of press time. Read More

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Stupid ?s with Matt Phillips and The Philharmonic

Matt Phillips and The Philharmonic are Spazz Fest veterans, having performed the last two years. Read More

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Songs to listen for at Spazz Fest

Now in its fifth installment, this year’s Spazz Fest is stacked with an eclectic array of talented musicians from up and down the east coast. Read More

Teach me to make jewelry

Making a piece of jewelry is almost exactly as I expected it to be, which is to say that it requires a steady hand, serious attention to detail, advanced equipment, good eye sight and patience. Read More

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Know your rights before you sign a lease

Sometimes living on campus just doesn’t cut it anymore and for many college students, the allure of apartments equipped with salt-water pools, tanning beds, billiard rooms, volleyball courts and workout centers at tantalizing promotional prices leaves them eager to sign on the dotted line. Read More

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The Ethnographers reunite for Spazz

It has been almost two years since indie-pop-rock band The Ethnographers took the stage together. Read More

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Furnishing your first apartment for less

One of the most exciting moments in a student’s life is moving into their first apartment. Read More

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Chatting with the other Chris Layton

Chris Layton is an attorney by trade and a stand-up comic whenever he can be. Read More

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New name same experience at Painted Peacock

The Accidental Artist, located in Arlington Village on Red Banks Road, changed hands and its name in February, becoming The Painted Peacock with Susan Bucci’s purchase of the paint-your-own-pottery studio. Read More