As Christmas approaches, a number of holiday events are popping up around Columbia. If you find yourself looking for something fun and festive to do, check out these events with family and friends.
If you want to do more this Thanksgiving break than the typical family dinner, check out one of these unique ideas and get family and friends to tag along.
Starbucks has received a new wave of backlash this year for their new green holiday cups and Arts and Culture editor Hailey Covell believes that the drama is unwarranted.
Are you in need of a costume this Halloween but you don't have any ideas? Here is a list of some unique costume ideas that are simple and easy to recreate.
The sixth season of "American Horror Story" offers an eerie “documentary-style” story following a family living in a house possessed by evil inhabitants.
As the fall season rolls in, so are new color schemes. New color schemes emerge each season in the world of fashion, and here are the speculated colors to look out for this fall.
Fall break is right around the corner and already students are getting ready to visit their families and spend time with friends. However, for those without anything planned, break may seem a little boring. Here are some ideas to spice up your fall break and make it the break to remember.
With fall right around the corner, a ton of exciting and festive activities will be coming to Columbia. Here’s a list of a few of the activities you can expect to see in Columbia this fall.
The 30th annual Greek Festival came to Columbia over the weekend and offered attendees a taste of Greek culture.
The Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour showcased eight independent short films selected from the festival, collected into a 95-minute program.
New fashion trends are always being made, and this fall is not an exception. Here’s a list of the top five fashion trends to be on the lookout for this fall.
Glass Animals' sophomore release, "How to Be a Human Being" continues the unique sound they established in "Zaba" without being repetitive or unoriginal at all.
With Young the Giant's newest album, "Home of the Strange," they mix their old indie rock sound with many new elements and address social issues in their songs.
Columbia is full of unique restaurants, coffee shops and cafes, sure to please a diverse spread of tastes.
USC alumni Nick Bradley’s Pangea Swimwear line has been voted #1 men’s swimwear by GQ magazine and offers an affordable swimwear line for men with wanderlust.
Arabesque Lebanese Cuisine offers traditional Mediterranean cuisine at affordable prices. Located on Devine Street in Columbia, it is a great place to grab food with friends or go out to on a date night.
The sequel to “The Conjuring” is based on a true story and differs from the original with new family drama, demonic presences and creepy scenery. The film might be lacking in original "jump scares," but is still worth watching for creepy cinematography, eerie props and a decent amount of scare value.
Rhythm on the River has provided the residents of Columbia with live music and local food all spring. Although the spring series ends on June 11, the Rhythm on the River event will be reintroduced in fall of 2016.
South Carolina band Stop Light Observations blends exploratory musical genres with social and political issues in their "transformational rock" sound. The band will perform at Music Farm this Thursday, April 21.
"Hello, My Name Is Doris," starring Sally Field, is a lighthearted, dramatic comedy that is perfect for all ages.