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Columbia Museum of Art was teeming with live music, unique crafts and hundreds of cups of beer on the evening of Aug. 19.
The sixth annual Rosewood Art and Music Festival next month will offer its visitors a full day of live music and art from local talent, and The Daily Gamecock got the chance to speak with Al Black, the event’s director, for a preview of the attractions.
Atlas Road Crew, a Southern rock band made up of former University of South Carolina students, is returning to their hometown with a show at the Music Farm on Sept. 9.
With the start of school right around the corner, most everyone is looking forward to getting back on campus and catching up with friends. Carolina Productions kicks off with special events during Welcome Week and continues with more free events, ranging from movies to comedians, throughout the year.
The ‘90s kids' wildest dreams came true when “Pokemon Go” released to the U.S. on July 6.
With the start of the 2016-2017 school year, the Trustus Theatre enters its 32nd season as a staple of Columbia culture and performing arts.
Journalists, female filmmakers and others will share their knowledge, talents and creations at the Nickelodeon Theatre as part of the theater’s fall 2016 event lineup.
On the nights of Aug. 26 and 27, New Brookland Tavern will be filled with underrepresented music artists, glitter and tampons. Hoechella, Columbia’s newest music festival, is a spinoff from the popular music festival Coachella and aims to raise awareness about slut and body shaming, rape culture and legislation involving one’s bodily rights.
If you are new to the University of South Carolina or simply in need of a fresh spot to chat with a friend or study in peace, finding a quiet place around campus can be tough.
As the lights flash and the music wavers between songs, Lauren Daigle, the opening act of the Hillsong UNITED Empires Tour, yells into the microphone the words of 1 John 4:18 — “It’s perfect love that casts out all fear!”
"I Alone," a short film created for the University of South Carolina Campus MovieFest, is a film that has a voice.
The "American Idiot" musical at the Trustus Theatre brings the band Green Day’s 2004 rock opera to life with a full cast of actors, singers, dancers, stage lights and a live band.
The tour bus rode along the 13th-century streets of the city, whizzing past antique trollies and retro cars. The tour guide reminded us of the do’s and don’t's of Warsaw, adding, “but you can pretty much do what you want … freedom and justice.”
The "Daufuskie Memories" exhibit at the Columbia Museum of Art displays a forgotten island, its people and its way of life on South Carolina’s coast.
Just under three hours from downtown Columbia rests a hidden jewel of the South Carolina coast — the Botany Bay Plantation.
With the smell of saltwater wafting in the warm summer air and fresh local seafood joints surrounding the small town, it's not hard to fall in love with Pawleys Island, South Carolina.
Looking for great Mediterranean food in Columbia? Look no further than Arabesque Lebanese Cuisine, a casual yet fine-dining restaurant serving Mediterranean and Middle Eastern meals.
In a quiet corner tucked behind the infamous Cook Out in Five Points, the Harambe Ethiopian Restaurant is waiting to give consumers a delicious experience of traditional Ethiopian food from a country halfway around the world.
Summer is in full swing, and all over Columbia, there are great activities going on to check out with family, friends and pets.