SZA released what will most likely be one of the most iconic albums of the summer.
With her debut album "Like a Woman," pop singer and Kanye-signed artist Kacy Hill explores the inner chasms of a doomed relationship.
In recent years there has been an influx of new television programs across numerous platforms. The sheer magnitude of content makes it easy for some quality shows to go unnoticed.
Paleface and Mo, a Concord-based folk-rock duo, discuss new music, art and their origins.
Darius Rucker’s long-awaited concert was held Wednesday night in Colonial Life Arena amid severe weather and flash floods.
A&C Writer Zoe Nicholson gives her impressions of the New Nostalgia short film block at the 2017 Indie Grits Festival.
As our annual week of hell approaches and finals loom from a dark corner, it’s important to equip yourself with the necessary tools to thrive (or survive). A study playlist is a vital asset to get your mind away from daydreaming of summer days into intense all hours of the night study-mode. For me, crafting the right playlist is an art that takes semesters to perfect.
Looking for summer plans? Here's a short list of places to go and things to do this summer.
The third-annual IndieSouth Spring Market will give a platform to small business owners and local artists to sell their goods this weekend.
Darius Rucker puts on a three-hour extravaganza celebrating all things Gamecock and Carolina.
To celebrate Earth Day, Sustainable Carolina and partners lined Greene Street with crafts, free food and music to promote environmental awareness.
Emmy-award winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. will discuss his documentaries, all of which focus on the struggles and triumphs of African Americans, this Friday at 7 p.m. in the Booker T. Washington auditorium.
The latest Disney live-action remake thoroughly entertains but struggles to find chemistry between the titular characters.
The vocalist of the local band Glass Mansions spoke to The Daily Gamecock ahead of their show at New Brookland Tavern Friday night.
To many, he’s the most hated character from “The Office.” To me, he’s hilarious.
The sequel to "Fifty Shades of Grey" disappoints with half hearted performances and bland dialogue.
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.
With an emphasis on freshness and hospitality, Thirsty Fellow has become a staple of the Columbia food scene.
Columbia's New Brookland Tavern is hosting Emo Night Columbia: "Existentialism on Prom Night" on Feb. 11. Here is what you need to know about the event.
Review: Author Katherine Arden released her debut book "The Bear and the Nightingale" on Jan. 10. It has a timeless appeal, and the plot is original and creative.