Here's a weekly briefing on new releases and upcoming events in Columbia this week, both on and off campus.
This year, renowned director, screenwriter and producer Francis Ford Coppola was the key speaker of the President’s Leadership Dialogue.
"Sexual Misconduct Third Degree" and "Aggravated Assault," the winners of the Best of Show award at the juried student exhibition, provide depth to an ongoing conversation about sexual assault and its consequences, or lack thereof.
Cold War Kids performed live at Music Farm Saturday night. If you weren't able to attend, you can check out our gallery of images from the show.
Blues singer songwriter Delbert McClinton has been performing for over 50 years. He will be performing at the Newberry Opera House this Saturday. The Daily Gamecock interviewed him to discuss new music, touring and his career.
Student directed comedy, "Outlaw Song" will open at the USC Lab Theatre Feb. 23. It includes a modern approach to the typical cowboy and fugitive characters.
New Brookland Tavern hosted Emo Prom Night Feb. 11, and it was a true throwback to the early 2000s culture of graphic tees, studded belts, skinny jeans and moody music.
"La La Land" and "Moonlight" both received Academy Award nominations for best picture. Two arts and culture writers go head to head and argue what film they think will win.
The Campus Movie Fest finale on Thursday night showcased 16 student produced short films. The top films will proceed onto a national competition.
Mom jeans are empowering, and they’re pretty much the most comfortable piece of denim that will ever grace your thighs.
Mel Byars, a native of Columbia, is an accredited design historian and author. He is the collector of psychedelic rock posters from the 1960s that are on display at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Thousands of people gathered at the Statehouse one day post-inauguration to demonstrate support of the Women's March on Washington D.C.
Friends of African-American Art & Culture and the Columbia Museum of Art will host an event on Jan. 27 that features North Carolina artist James Williams, who will speak about his debut museum collection.
Trustus Theatre and Longstreet Theatre hosted the Ghostlight Project on Thursday night. It is a nationwide event that promotes inclusivity and tolerance.
Over 40 costumes from famous films are on display at the "CUT! Costume and the Cinema" gallery at the Columbia Museum of Art.
This semester, The Nickelodeon will feature two new film series occurring January through March, and has a new theme for DIY art festival Indie Grits.
Recently released television series “Westworld” has been incredibly successful and has had high viewership and positive viewer response. But is it worth watching?
A quick style guide to dressing like the cultural icon Kanye West.
Meet Your Cremator sells organically produced hot sauces that vary in spice level from hot to extremely hot at Soda City and Rosewood Market and Deli.
Gardens of Gaea, a local business featured at Soda City, sells artistically arranged potted succulents.