Varsity Billiards, a pool hall just off Main Street, reopens officially Aug. 28, as a unique haunt for students and nostalgic alumni.
It's never too soon or too late to listen to music from South Carolina-native bands. Here's our playlist to get you started.
South Carolina's third permanent drive-in theater, called Movies Rock!, has opened in Bowman in Orange County. Upcoming films can be found on their website and Facebook page.
Columbia features many exciting events in the fall, including the South Carolina State Fair, the Pride Festival and various concerts at Colonial Life Arena, Music Farm and more.
"WELL SUITED," the latest exhibit to open at McKissick Museum, features original costumes from HBO's "Treme." The show is set in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and follows its namesake, the United States' oldest African-American neighborhood.
Eating dining hall food — no matter how good it is — gets old after a while. Columbia offers plenty of off-campus eats, from the affordable to the pricey depending on the occasion.
Bowman, South Carolina will be home to the state's third drive-in movie theater by Aug. 18.
Duck Donuts recently opened in Columbia, and the unique and customizable flavors are worth checking out. Learn more about the quaint doughnut shop here.
Tapp's Art Center is exploring the division of color through an experimental art event this weekend.
The Nickelodeon presents traditional films in nontraditional ways with their series Sound & Vision. The latest installment in the series, "Stop Making Sense," honors an iconic cult classic and documentary filmmaker.
McKissick Museum will unveil their latest year long exhibit on Aug. 1 with "WELL SUITED: The Costumes of Alonzo V. Wilson for HBO’s Treme.” The exhibit features nine original costumes from the series, as well as designer sketches, behind the scenes photos and cast interviews.
A new play at the Trustus Theatre will explore the often taboo topic of sex through Sunday.
Last weekend the Richland County Public Library officially opened its newly renovated first floor — featuring a gallery space, auditorium and temporary children's area.
"Smaller Beckons II," an exhibit opening July 6 at Tapp's Art Center, is a collection of art pieces under 35 square inches.
Looking for Fourth of July plans in Columbia? Look no more.
Kara Gunter, a professor at USC and studio artist, casts the hands of strangers for her latest project "Hands-On: A Community Hand-Casting Project." She will cast the hands of 12 individuals at RCPL for the largest casting event thus far on July 1.
Columbia is full of nonprofit organizations that rely on volunteer help. If you're interested in volunteering this summer check out four possible opportunities and find one that best suits your interests.
Here's what you need to know about the upcoming art installation that will light up Columbia for the next 10 years.
After the release of her debut EP in 2017 and subsequent full length album two years later, Grace Joyner has made a name for herself as an independent artist throughout the Carolinas.
Due to Columbia's rich music scene, Mayor Steve Benjamin once again declared June to be Music Month. As part of the celebration, June 21 Columbia will participate in a worldwide Make Music Day event.