Since 2016, we’ve covered plenty of eat, drink, events, and lifestyle.
Think of this page as “oldies but goodies” that have not be forgotten.
Here’s a peek at Off The Grid’s past stories…
Welcome to the first annual Off The Grid Bathroom Superlatives.
While Greenville has become nationally known for the Arts and restaurants, the music scene has stayed Off The Grid for some time.
Your ultimate “off the grid” fall foliage and food guide.
It’s All About the Paella.
This yearly event is a great opportunity to experience Greenville's culinary scene.
The Chillwagon is your one-stop-shop for handmade, all natural ice cream, milkshakes, and popsicles.
Meet LeeAnn, Daniel, and Ike, the brains behind propagating the most delicious mushrooms in the Upstate.
Feeling like something a little non-traditional this year, check out our short list of other ways to celebrate the holidays.
Founded on the simple concept of using only the finest organic and fresh ingredients prepared in the tradition of Northern Italy, France and the Mediterranean.
Double J Barrel Arena has been the result of years of hard work and love of horses since 1990.
TimTv and The Secret Cirkus
Exploring Infinite Mysteries...
GHOST THE MUSICAL follows Sam and Molly, a young couple whose connection takes a shocking turn after Sam’s untimely death.
In the words of Allen McCalla, executive artistic director for Hairspray, “This show is a whole lot of bubbly, wonderful fun but at the same time it has a fantastic message."
How did Peter begin to fly? Why the crocodile with the ticking clock? What happened to Captain Hook’s hand?
Meet Jeff, Joan and Jackie Soladay,
the family behind Shindig Furnishings.
Greenville has it’s very own “most interesting man”. Meet David Roop, owner and founder of local salon He & Me.
Taylors Mill's Fall Festival was a feel-good celebration of local music, local food, and local artisans.
The Hospitable Cat (HC) is a local concert series created by Daniel McCord.
Meet the incredibly beautiful and talented Katie Cotton.
Meet Mary Yau, AKA "Mary Dumpling"
"Yarn bombing kniffiti, urban knitting or graffiti knitting is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber rather than paint or chalk."
With an expected half a million visitors converging on Greenville this weekend, here's a list of local Off the Grid Gems that offer you some extra elbow room. Shhhhhhh.....