If you had asked a 20-something-year-old Mat Kearney what he'd be doing in 2018, he probably would have told you he was on his way to becoming an established poet. He technically wasn't wrong. However, the now-39-year-old singer-songwriter has channeled his love for writing into a medium he couldn’t have possibly predicted.
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Now that the hurricane drama has settled down, we've compiled a playlist of our favorite songs that remind us of chilly temperatures and warm apple cider. Here's the ultimate playlist to kick off fall 2018.
The world's first fan-owned entertainment company brought its newest creation, the film "MANDY," to Columbia theaters for a one night feature, including a special Q&A screening with lead Nicolas Cage and director Panos Cosmatos.
A prequel to the box office hit “The Conjuring 2,” Corin Hardy’s “The Nun” takes viewers through 96 minutes of cheap jump scares and is ultimately unsuccessful in its attempt to keep audiences on the edge of their seat.
In an era of music that avoids niches and categorization, one musician has proved that he has been doing that for decades.
Hurricane Florence has given USC students the unexpected free time they’ve all been wishing for since classes began. There are plenty of ways to be productive during these days off. In President Harris Pastides’ email, he recommends students get ahead (or catch up) on classwork or spend some time at the gym. But with all due respect to the president, another great way to spend rainy days is curled up in a cozy blanket with a fresh bowl of popcorn in front of the TV. Don’t feel guilty, you deserve it.
Trustus Theatre's newest production, Dewey Scott-Wiley and Christine Hellman’s play “Misery is Optional,” looks to impact audiences through its powerful messages about drug addiction.
Friday night was all about alumni, as recent USC graduates gathered to enjoy a performance from Atlas Road Crew, a band formed while its members were attending USC. The Senate was covered in garnet and black, while former Gamecocks mingled and danced to the music.
East coast and west coast rap collided Thursday as California rapper Lil Debbie brought her Oakland flair to Tapp's Arts Center.
Everyone loves a good twin story — the more dramatic and unfathomable, the better. I’m talking “Parent Trap” and “Twitches,” those movies we watched while growing up, where identical twins are adopted, and then, by some incredible twist of fate, find each other in adulthood.
The past 15 years have been a Renaissance for coming-of-age films. The film industry has begun to trade out aimless money makers in exchange for thoughtful and original stories. Here are a few gems that have challenged the status quo and opened doors for others like them.
USC's "Mighty Sound of the Southeast" marching band will be performing popular '90s tunes from artists including Third Eye Blind and Smash Mouth during Saturday's football game against the Georgia Bulldogs.
This spring, students from the University of South Carolina found success at Campus Movie Fest through their quirky film “The Mix.” Now, their peers can watch the film again through Amazon Prime Video.
Asheville-based Radiohead cover band, Off With Your Radiohead, will perform at the historic New Brookland Tavern on Thursday night. Radiohead fans will have an opportunity to hear one of the band's most popular albums, "OK Computer," in its entirety. The set will also feature various tracks from the band’s extensive discography.
Food Network regular and first female Iron Chef Cat Cora brought her unique Mediterranean style cuisine to OLILO, a restaurant located in Russell House’s newly renovated dining area. Cora spent Tuesday morning in Russell House, unveiling the new restaurant and meeting students at a book signing.
What could Jesus Christ and rock icon Peter Frampton possibly have in common? For one Texas artist, both men are unironically one in the same.
The Netflix revival of "Queer Eye" had potential viewers feeling a little hesitant. The original show aired from 2003-2007 with the title of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" where five gay men made over the lives of boring, straight men. This made many fear that the Netflix 2018 version would be full of flamboyant gay stereotypes and stereotypes of straight men as well.
The smell of fresh arepas lingered in the air on Main Street as vendors gathered on Saturday for the Main Street Latin Festival.
USC students will be welcomed back to campus with a performance from country music star Russell Dickerson Tuesday on Greene Street. The Tennessee native is well known in the country music community for his singles "Yours" and "Blue Tacoma".
Classes may be starting, but that doesn't mean the fun has to stop. To give you a head start, we've updated our list of upcoming events you should keep an eye out for.