by Guest Contributor | July 20, 2020

To Our Health – Mental & Physical: Four Ways to Use Essential Oils

Taking care of our health – both physical and mental – has always been a vital part of our lives.  (Or should be – right?) And lately we’ve been extra

by Guest Contributor | January 13, 2020

Take the Dog: 5 Great Hiking Spots With Your Pup

Travelers Rest is home to so much good – shops and restaurants, people and businesses. We’re also home to adventure and fun, hiking and boating, trails and bike rides.  One of the

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | November 18, 2019

A Perfect Travelers Rest Saturday Pairing: The TR Christmas Parade & A Very Merry Local Christmas Market

  We’re not making this up – there’s magic in the air in Travelers Rest on the weekend of December 12. It’s quite literally the best Saturday in TR. If

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | November 13, 2019

Oysters and Outdoors: Fourth Annual Holiday Oyster Roast at The Grove

Seasons come and seasons go.  That sounds too much like a Hallmark greeting card, but the sentiment is true. The Grove in Travelers Rest has hosted and enjoyed a full

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | September 11, 2018

Full band. Old hymns. New music: A Local Concert

It started at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, but its ripple effects have found its path across the mountains and into our neck of the woods. On September 23 at

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | July 31, 2018

Flip Flops, Bags and the Southern Gent Behind Them Both

It was an ordinary day.  If any day in the south can ever be described so nonchalantly. I’m standing in Sunrift, perusing the new Chaco straps and laughing at the

by Guest Contributor | April 19, 2018

The Case for Creative Space

We walked into TR Makers Co. a few weeks ago and met her for the first time. Stacey Hogue. She was bringing her children’s book into the shop and right

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | March 7, 2018

An Eye for Detail and a Plan for Real Estate: Meet Rebekah Huff

“What if I ask you a few questions while Jane takes the photos?” I ask her. The sun was shining and the day would have been actually spring warm if

by Guest Contributor | March 2, 2018

Students at TRHS Invite You to Second Annual Auto Show

We first met Elizabeth Canupp at one of the Travelers Rest Farmers Markets.  She is a teacher at Travelers Rest High School and she was manning a table with her

by Jason Greer | January 23, 2018

An Afternoon at the Blue Wall Preserve

  There are many fantastic trail and outdoor adventure opportunities near Travelers Rest, but perhaps one of the most unique is also little known. While Travelers Rest and much of

by Guest Contributor | January 9, 2018

The TReehouse Cafe & Art Studio: A Guest Review

As a parent or a caregiver, ever wonder where the best restaurants are that lets kids eat free?  Or how to entertain your gang on a “snow” day?  Which preschools

by Jason Greer | January 3, 2018

Nearly a Thousand Acres of Mountain Land Preserved to Fill in the ‘Gap’ 

  One of the great jewels of northern Greenville county, Jones Gap State Park, has grown by about 25%. Sublime waterfalls, deep river valleys filled with rare plants and abundant