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Spartanburg’s Best Holiday Happenings in 2018

It’s no secret that the holidays can be the most stressful time of the year. Between finding the perfect gifts for everyone on your list (then keeping them a secret), prepping feasts for different events, and decorating your home and yard, it’s kind of amazing that we all still somehow agree that this is the most wonderful time of the year. Before stress has a chance to get the best of you, take a break from t

Celebrate the Holidays in Victorian Style

Walking past Victorian characters, performing artists, ice skaters and a live Nativity scene accompanied by the smell of holiday treats and the sounds of carolers is the perfect way to get in the Christmas spirit. Luckily, we know where you can find all of that in one night: Spartanburg’s Dickens of a Christmas celebration. The 25th annual event is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Downtown Sparta

Spartan Race Stories: Crystal Pace

Spartan Racers often use the host city’s name as shorthand for a reoccurring race. That helps them remember more about the host city, with many racers deciding to visit again after conquering the obstacle course race. Crystal Pace – who visited West Virginia after racing there last year – knows this could be a big deal for Spartanburg. “If we can hold on to the race here, people in the Spartan community

Spartan Race Stories: Akash Garg

Akash Garg climbed over walls, crawled through mud and ran through fire. All he wanted was to sit down, relax and have a beer at his favorite Downtown Spartanburg spot, Main Street Pub, with his fellow Spartan Race competitors. He wanted to show off his hometown with its vibrant restaurant scene and growing downtown. Last year, sore and tired from the race, Garg had that chance. "I definitely think we should

Top Things to See at the 2018 World Equestrian Games

We're starting to get really excited for the the FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) coming to the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) September 11-23, 2018. Much like the Olympics, this sporting event is held every four years and is beloved by people the world over. But while the event is well known within the global equestrian community, non-riders may not be as familiar with it. To help you better

Traditional Eats in Spartanburg County

Spartanburg is home to innovation and cutting-edge technology in business, medicine and education. But, when it comes to dining, the Hub City never forgets the classics. Spartanburg is home to more than a handful of longstanding, iconic eateries serving up menus that have rarely changed, much to the delight of diners. Southern cooking – whatever your idea of it is – can be found in Spartanburg. From a cheesebu