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Celebrate Spring in Spartanburg

Few things in life are more joyous than the first few days of Spring after a long Winter. Just imagine it with us: feeling the warm, golden rays of sun on your skin, hearing birds chirping with glee, seeing flowers blooming, and smelling fresh air after being cooped up in the house since around Thanksgiving. Yeah, that's the good stuff. This year the groundhog gave us the good news of an early spring, so do

Hidden Gems in Spartanburg

Spartanburg’s dining culture roots run deep. From the early days of Colonials using the area for hunting and crops, to textile mill employees eating at delicatessens across the county, to that slice of Americana of enjoying a burger a-plenty and tea from The Beacon. Our love of food hasn’t wavered, but the list of where to get a delicious meal keeps growing. It may become overwhelming and you may end up eating at

A Spartanburg St. Patrick’s Day

As the calendar turns from February to March, everyone is looking to move past the cold energy of winter and looks ahead to spring, warmer temperatures and good times. And in Spartanburg, that energy kicks off right around St. Patrick’s Day. ST. PATRICK’S PARTIES The celebration will be in full effect in Downtown Spartanburg as two downtown staples – Delaney’s Irish Pub and FR8yard – ring in the day with

Maximize Your Time in Spartanburg with Patricia Byrd

Get the most of out of your time in Spartanburg. Explore our restaurants, outdoor amenities and more  after your meeting, event or conference, and use this guide to some hidden gems around Spartanburg from Patricia Byrd, OneSpartanburg, Inc. Director of Group Sales.   Of the conferences/meetings you’ve hosted in Spartanburg, which are you most proud of, and why? A: All are important, but the South Carol

Behind the Meanings of Spartanburg’s Black Lives Matter Mural

If you’ve passed Spartanburg City Hall on West Main Street over the past couple of years, you’ve seen a statement made in large, colorfully-designed letters on the street – Black Lives Matter in Spartanburg. After the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Mn. and the nationwide calls for racial justice and equity that followed, a group of 16 incredibly talented artists came together with the support of t

Spartanburg’s Top 10 Things to Do in 2022

Zip Around Downtown Spartanburg on a Blue Duck Scooter Zoom (and we don’t mean a video-call) through downtown on Blue Duck Scooters in Downtown Spartanburg. The e-scooters are available for rent, seven days a week, from 7 A.M.-10 P.M. by using the Blue Duck app. Exploring downtown, getting to a restaurant on time or enjoying a speedy ride through the heart of the Hub City Note: An online safety tutorial mu