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Biscuit Head puts spin on traditional Southern biscuits

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Biscuit Head, located on Church Street in Greenville, strives to serve patrons a delicious Southern breakfast under the direction of Jason and Carolyn Roy, a husband and wife team who are passionate about Southern cooking and strongly believe in the benefits of local produce. Biscuit Head, with two locations in Asheville as well as the

Willy Taco brings Tex Mex flavor to former Feed & Seed

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Are you hungry for delicious food and fulfilling atmosphere? Willy Taco Feed & Seed is a new and vibrant Tex Mex restaurant near downtown Greenville. Willy Taco, located on the corner of Washington and Laurens roads in Greenville, is only a six-minute drive from campus. Willy Taco is a sit-down restaurant with table service. During

M&G closes temporarily, Heritage Green permanently

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On Jan. 27, Bob Jones University announced via a press release that both Museum & Gallery locations will be closing this February. While the downtown location Heritage Green closed permanently Saturday, Feb. 4, the main on-campus location will close for renovations on Feb. 18. The University estimates the renovations to the M&G building (one of

Jī-Rōz: authentic fresh Greek food

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Jī-Rōz A Greek Joint, an exclusive farm to table Greek restaurant, recently opened on Jan. 4, adding yet another dimension to Greenville’s restaurant diversity. Jī-Rōz (pronounced “gyros”) features authentic Greek food like gyros, Greek skewers or rotisserie chicken. The menu includes traditional Greek food such as pastichio, a Greek casserole, or άρνι’ κοκκινιστό, a lamb

AAF connects students to local design opportunities

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The American Advertising Foundation, established in 1905, promotes the functions and values of advertising through a network of advertisers, agencies, media companies, local advertising clubs and college chapters. “Whether you’re new to the fast-paced world of advertising or a seasoned professional, the AAF is for you. We’re here to help you advance your career, build

Afghan Cuisine at Aryana adds downtown diversity

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Located on East Coffee Street downtown, Greenville’s first and only Afghan restaurant is about a 10-minute drive from the BJU campus. Aryana Afghan Cuisine opened about three months ago on Nov. 4 but has already made it to No. 5 on Yelp’s 10 Best Restaurants in Greenville. The owner of the self-described cafeteria-style restaurant, Nelo

Go Greenville 2.0 to connect students with ministry

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Go Greenville 2.0 will be held Jan. 27-29 and Feb. 3-5 and will have a variety of outreaches—including nursing home, Bible club, Juvenile Detention Center and street-witnessing opportunities. Matthew 28:19-20 commands Christians to go out into the world and spread the Gospel. The Center for Global Opportunities wants to help students fulfill this great commission.

Student Body to entertain with funny videos

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This semester’s student body play will be different from anything BJU students have performed in the past. This time, Hannah Smith, women’s senior representative, has coordinated a production that will give every student the opportunity to get involved. The beginning of this “play” will involve a dramatic entrance by the host, who will announce the

Chuy’s blends borders with Tex-Mex cuisine

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Located on Woodruff Road in Greenville, Chuy’s is a Tex-Mex restaurant that has won the hearts of the greater Greenville area. On a Saturday night at prime time, customers can find waits as long as two hours although the weekdays promise a shorter wait. Chuy’s started in 1982 in Austin, Texas, in an abandoned Texas

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