The People, Places, Events, History, Businesses, and Music of Upstate SC

Note From The Editor | February 2017

Are you feeling the love? I know I am. For Valentine’s Day this year, I want Tiger Paw hearts, Tiger Paw chocolates, dinner at Pixie and Bill’s (are you detecting a particular theme here?), anything purple and orange, and I want to hear the gentle tones of “Tiger Rag” playing softly in the background. For many in the Upstate, love is spelled T-I-G-E-R-S!

We have another reason to celebrate here at Upstate Exposures Magazine. Actually, a few reasons….we have a new contributor named Heather Reeves who joined our ranks this issue and she has hit the ground running! Check out her first story called “On The Other Side of the Mountain”.

But wait, the party is just getting started. This is our 6th issue!! Upstate Exposures Magazine has been bringing the stories of the people, places, things, events, history, and music of the Upstate of South Carolina for 6 straight months., and there is so much more to come. Follow us on social media and don’t forget to subscribe with your email to get notified when the next issue comes out. You definitely won’t want to miss it – It’s the the MEGA MUSIC ISSUE in March!

We have been fortunate to partner with some awesome Upstate sponsors, so please take a moment to stop in to their websites or social media pages and show them some love and let them know you saw them on Upstate Exposures – JennMarie Photography of Spartanburg, Wild Hare Garage of Travelers Rest, Sugar Tit Moonshine Distillery of Reidville, Imagine Kitchen of Greer.

If you would like to become an Upstate Exposures Magazine sponsor, we’d love you to join us. We have an awesome opportunity for businesses to reach the Upstate through something we call Social Media On-Demand. Click on our Advertising page for details.

As always, Upstate Exposures Magazine is free to read and free to subscribe, so please help us get the word out!


Heather is the owner of Charlie Mason Entertainment in Upstate South Carolina. Entities include Upstate Exposures Magazine, Charlie Mason Radio, and the Northwest Corner Podcast.

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