Carolina Productions' Comedy Club Night features up-and-coming comedians Rubyn Warren and Mike E. Winfield at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Preston Lynch discusses owning a company as a college student and what it is like to have a hobby typically unpopular among young adults.
USC's male a cappella group looks ahead to the fall semester — from auditions and performances to philanthropic outreach.
Annastasia Haynie talks hand-poked tattoos: what they are, how she learned about them and what it's like to do them for other people.
USC sophomore Cat Galan discusses her musical background, classical violin and success in a student band.
Director Robert Richmond and the cast of "The Pavilion" brought a show to USC that explored time, mistakes and the way people interact with the laws of the universe.
Many people consider themselves either logical or creative, but it is worth considering that these two qualities have more overlap than we initially see.
Zachary Diaz talks to The Daily Gamecock about showing his paintings in exhibits all over the world, what art means to him and what art itself can accomplish.
The Nickelodeon will launch a new film series featuring one documentary each month centered around media, news and information literacy.
Grizzly Bear's album "Painted Ruins" was released on Aug. 18. It is a haunting and complex follow-up to their 2012 record "Shields."
Trustus Theater's upcoming season, EYES OPEN, features award-winning musicals and tackles issues including social justice, gender roles and racial stereotypes.
Check out the local events for the upcoming solar eclipse.
The Columbia Museum of Art is launching a lecture series in conjunction with their latest featured exhibit, 'ReTooled,' which reimagines utility products as art.
After four years, Lorde has returned with her sophomore album "Melodrama."
The simplicity and truth behind this statement is what brought me to Indie Grits on Thursday night.
The Nickelodeon's newest film series OUT Here will feature monthly films focusing on the LGBTQ community’s experience in the South.
Trump's recent budget plan includes multiple cuts involving art. A&C writer Mattie Hibbs shares her thoughts.
ABC's "The Bachelor" finale aired a few days ago. Monday night, Carolina Productions and Freshman Council hosted their own spinoff event that combined "The Bachelor" with popular '70s program "The Dating Game."
South Carolina alternative folk band SUSTO visited Columbia's New Brookland Tavern Thursday night. The band will open for the Lumineers on their North American tour this spring.