After the past week’s weather, we’re not quite sure if we should wish you a happy spring, or just give it a few more weeks to decide if it’s still winter or not. We put together these stories while we were trying to stay warm/cool depending on the day.
TechStyles in Spartanburg has launched two new brands. To read more about their company and the brands they’ve launched, check out this article.
BASF is seeking applicants for their apprenticeship program in Seneca. To learn more about the apprenticeship program and all you can gain from it, check out Upstate Business Journal.
Dr. Chris Mast, one of the collaborators for EPIC and WellSpent, spoke with the New York Times about advanced cancers that are emerging as a result of screenings being neglected during the pandemic. Read more here.
Check out this week’s random Greenville history from our boss in fete Greenville to learn more about the rise, fall, and rise again of a Furman Olympic swimmer, the Greenville News-Piedmont Relays, and the settlement of a lawsuit against a Greenville County administrator.
Euphoria, a local food, wine and music festival, is accepting grant applications from nonprofits in the Upstate until March 26 with events at The Old Cigar Warehouse. To learn more about the requirements, see this article. Tickets for the event are also on sale. To purchase tickets and view the schedule, click here.
Artisphere is coming up, and being held with plenty of changes to ensure the safety of all who attend. Learn more about the precautions being taken and reserve your tickets at /artisphere.org.