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It’s safe to assume that younger generations are not reading as many books as their grandparents did when they were young. Of course, there are students who are passionate about literature and will always read, but what about those who aren’t self-proclaimed readers?
The Columbia City Ballet is celebrating its 60-year anniversary with eight performances of the Nutcracker in December.
Synth-funk band Outer Ego was formed only a year ago, but it already has a single on Spotify, local Columbia gigs under its belt and a close bond between its five band members.
Scorpio season, from Oct. 23 to Nov. 22, is all about intensity, mystery and emotion. The “Scorpio Season” playlist is here to offer you all the strength you need to overcome the time's melancholy. It features The Weeknd and Frank Ocean, a Scorpio himself, and is packed full of powerful songs. Consider this your Scorpio season survival guide.
The Nickelodeon on Main Street has been the heart of Columbia’s film-loving community since it opened in 1979, and it continues to provide its members and patrons with indie films through virtual screening rooms during the pandemic.
One of South Carolina’s largest traditions, the South Carolina State Fair can be experienced from the comfort of the car this year.
The Market Tea Room, housed at Senate’s End overlooking the Congaree River, offers unique tea services, local foods and a relaxing environment.
Fall is finally here. This season is one of reflection and contentment.
As corny as it sounds, we really do need to romanticize our lives. This coming-of-age teen film playlist is for driving with the windows down or watching the sun set.
The Comedy Closet's situation is “tumultuous.” According to owner Joe Coughlin, before the CDC shut down event venues, the local comedy club hosted open mic nights and brought big comedy names to town. In March, however, Coughlin’s business had to completely stop shows. If Comedy Closet reopened now, it would only be able to fit about 20 comedy fans safely.
City Yoga, formerly located on College Street in Columbia, offers outdoor, Zoom and recorded classes.