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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

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

Start your day the sunny side up way: Eggs Up Grill

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Want breakfast for lunch? Eggs Up Grill is a breakfast-serving, highly-rated restaurant with two locations in Greenville—one on Augusta Street and the other on Woodruff Road, open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week. Eggs Up Grill began in 1986 as part of a franchise in South Carolina. The franchise has restaurants in

Market-style cafe downtown offers good eats

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Caviar & Bananas is not your average restaurant name, but Caviar & Bananas is also not your average restaurant. Caviar & Bananas is a market-style café located at     1 N. Laurens St. in Downtown Greenville, just three miles from campus. The restaurant is next door to the Aloft Hotels on Washington Avenue in

Makers Market to feature and sell handcrafted art

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The Museum & Gallery Makers Market will be held  Saturday during BJU’s 2016 Homecoming weekend. This is a free event that is open to everyone—students, alumni and their families, and the public. Makers Market will be located in the Museum & Gallery’s three largest showrooms. The Makers Market will show a wide variety of different

The Chocolate Moose leaves tasty tracks downtown

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The Chocolate Moose is not your typical bakery. Originally situated on Main Street for five years, the shop relocated to South Main Street under new ownership in the spring of 2016. This quaint little sweet spot provides customers with delectable pastries, sandwiches and gourmet coffee. The location of The Chocolate Moose is unique. Positioned inside

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