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"Lady Bird," currently playing at The Nickelodeon Theatre, is a rewarding and honest coming-of-age story.
Popular culture makes it difficult for children to understand the seriousness of tragic events when they happen in real life.
Students of all majors and experience come together each semester for an energetic percussion performance.
Founded by non-theater students, Off Off Broadway prepares to perform a student-written play, "Audition Night."
Following the death of Native American rights activist Will Moreau Goins, the Nickelodeon reflects on his contribution to film and community.
Justin Osborne of the Charleston-based band SUSTO talks about returning to Cola, being on tour and his musical influences.
"Bubbie’s Brisket & Bakery" has great food and opportunities to learn about Judaism.
Nearly 30 local bands and musicians gathered at the Music Farm Sunday night to raise money for flood recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.
Columbia's first "cat cafe" — Catitude — opened its doors for the first time on Friday.
Jeremy Polley discusses the challenges and rewards of taking the lead on fundraising event Columbia Rocks for Puerto Rico.
South Carolina Black Pride, an advocacy group for black LQBTQ persons, partnered with The Nickelodeon Theatre in order to continue their mission of fighting for civil rights.
Politically-minded author to visit USC to share her written work and engage in discussion with audience.
Streaming has revolutionized the music industry, but physical albums are still going strong.
The panel of artists and representatives from arts organizations address the problems and solutions facing art in Columbia.
Lifelong dancer Victoria Parker has worked tirelessly to get where she is, and she hopes to teach the same values on kids through dance education.
Prominent figures in this year's Native American Film Festival discuss the importance of listening to indigenous voices and the ways in which film can help us do so.
USC student Sam Edelson talks about the new play USC is putting on, what acting has done for him in school and what theater can do for people today.
"Goodbye Christopher Robin” reminisces on childhood memories from a new perspective — that of their creator.
The 13th annual South Carolina Korean Festival welcomed community to explore old and new aspects of Korean art and cuisine.