Where’s the beef? Almost anywhere, really. The real question is: Where can you go in South Carolina to find meatless eats?
In bracket picks, statistics compete with superstition
The sounds of holiday music mingled with the smells of local food vendors along Main Street at last night’s First Thursday celebration.
There’s not much day-to-day bustle at S&S Art Supply on Main Street. Rows of colorful art supplies line the walls below local artists’ paintings. But there are gaps on the shelves left by many of the store’s last remaining items that have been sold at deep discounts in preparation for the store’s closing this month.
Historic football rivalry dates back 117 years to 1896
South Carolina and Clemson enjoy a rivalry with roots deeper than the gridiron grass, its seeds sown by infamous state politics and nurtured by a never-ceasing struggle to claim recognition as the Palmetto State’s flagship educational and athletics program.
Where were the lights at the Vista Lights celebration Thursday night?
Student Government election campaigns will now include a two-week period of “soft” campaigning followed by a one-week period of “hard” campaigning after student senate passed a much-debated, amendment-filled bill restructuring the election codes Wednesday night.
A man faces two drug charges after passing out in his car, the Army says it didn’t cover up pollution findings at Fort Jackson, and Columbia and the region set record-high temperatures Monday.
The Gamecock Pantry officially opened Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its McBryde Quadrangle A location. The student-run pantry, a Student Government initiative, provides food for in-need students and also offers services like counseling, legal assistance and help paying rent. Canned food donations for the pantry can be dropped off at the Campus Life Center.
While USC hopes to extend its winning streak to five straight against Clemson at Williams-Brice Stadium next Saturday, it’s looking to continue a longer winning streak in the rivalry this week. The 29th annual Carolina-Clemson Blood Drive kicked off Monday and will run through the end of the week.
A small role of distributing event posters as a freshman has given way to major leadership opportunities for Adam Mayer, who will take over as president of Carolina Productions in January.
The renovated Woodrow Wilson home will reopen in February, Clemson taps WVU’s president as its new university leader, and a gang member is charged in connection with a weekend shooting.
More than 80 participants from various National Guard units, veterans’ groups, Scout troops, ROTC groups and marching bands from around South Carolina marched down Sumter Street, lined with flag-waving supporters, toward the Statehouse.
Carolinian Creed and Diversity Day was celebrated Wednesday with Greene Street giveaways and Carolina Judicial Council’s announcement of an updated design for the Creed.
Some tennis courts on Blossom Street. An empty field near USC’s baseball stadium. A portion of a downtown condominium project. A child development center. They’re among the tens of millions of dollars in investments by the USC Development Foundation.
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott called for the closure of The Library bar in Five Points Wednesday after accusing the bar of harboring and catering to members of a particular gang. The bar’s owners refuted the notion that their business is dangerous and criticized law enforcement for knowing about gang activity and not taking enough efforts to remove it.
Video gaming skills didn’t come easily for James Fozard. After all, as a product of the 1930s, the technology available to him during his formative years was no more advanced than the rotary telephone. He watched his first television program at the age of 1.
Moe Baddourah has called Columbia his home for more than 30 years. Now, he hopes the city will call him its mayor.
Carolina Productions will not host its traditional fall concert after failing to book an act within time constraints for artists’ tour scheduling and campus venue availability.