Wes Anderson's newest movie, currently playing at the Nick, gives fans what they expect and more.
In "Boarding House Reach," Jack White produces an album that asks questions instead of answering them.
Musical Feast helps raise money for scholarships, but almost no one is as excited as the faculty members performing.
Four teachers of the School of Music form a string quartet to perform the classics as well as modern string music.
The Lexington County Chili Cook Off helps bring people together with chili and good times.
Legal marijuana is now a reality, so certain television shows have made it a point to make it a part of their content.
Justin Timberlake's new album was released the same weekend as his Super Bowl halftime performance, and it's clear he tries his best to please everyone.
Through photography, a group of women present a side of their lives that often goes unseen.
Tapp's Art Center's program director talks to The Daily Gamecock about the importance of art and community when confronting some of the hardest problems we face today.
Community leaders and local artists discuss Martin Luther King Jr.'s influence on artwork in an event held jointly by the CMA and FAAAC.
Arts and Culture writer Brad Dountz believes that "The Last Jedi" took "Star Wars" into an exciting new direction that breathes new life into the franchise.
Demetrius Similien has his new exhibit "6ixx and The Ugly Truth" debut this Thursday at Tapp's Art Center.
Women rock stars have proven that they can make rock relevant once again with their own music.
Trustus Theatre's The Mothers comedy troupe to put on "A Christmas Miracle," a holiday show that highlights the best parts of Columbia.
Streaming has revolutionized the music industry, but physical albums are still going strong.
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.
"Dracula: Ballet with a Bite" choreographer William Starrett talks about why this ballet is so special year after year.
South Carolina Pride, Columbia's annual parade and festival, drew large crowds to Main Street in celebration and solidarity.
The Columbia Jewish Film Festival has been busy for nearly 20 years to get people to see that they're not so different after all.
In addition to entertaining, actor and comedian Deon Cole hopes to make a statement and build his fanbase.