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Many are familiar with the iconic Varsity Billiards sign beneath Firehouse Subs on Main Street. Across the street from the Honors Residence Hall and Jones Physical Sciences Building, the building is hard to miss for those living on campus.
A new drive-in movie theater opened in Bowman, South Carolina, called Movies Rock!, as a partnership between Yonder Field and Highway 21 Drive-In.
For the fifth exhibit in the Diverse Voices Gallery, USC’s McKissick Museum is bringing a slice of Louisiana to South Carolina with the recently opened year long installation of “WELL SUITED: The Costumes of Alonzo V. Wilson for HBO’s Treme.”
Most people warn freshmen about the iconic “freshman 15,” but what many incoming freshmen aren't prepared for is the impending eventual monotony of the dining hall. There are only so many times a week you can eat Chick-Fil-A nuggets or a bagel from Einstein’s. To break this routine, below are three different restaurants in Columbia at three different price points.
Whether you are an incoming freshman or a fifth semester “super senior,” fall is the perfect time to learn more about musicians hailing from The Palmetto State.
Stay updated on the events coming to Columbia in the upcoming months.
A new drive-in movie theater will open in South Carolina on Aug. 18. Located in Bowman, South Carolina, the theater is a partnership between Yonder Field and Highway 21 Drive-In.
Yonder Field is a versatile concert, festival and event space that is set to officially open in late August with the Solar Eclipse Festival. In conjunction with a festival experience, Yonder Field also offers the option for guests to tailgate before the event or camp out after the show.
The theater will start with one screen, but will expand to three films on three separate screens stationed on the 200-acre lot in September.
“We thought it would be a great way to utilize Yonder Field beyond the season and everyone loves the Drive-In, right? It's great to be in the open air and our beautiful landscape will serve as an incredible backdrop for a full night of fun,” said Yonder Field spokeswoman Laurie Fultz.
Fultz mentioned that while the drive-in does not currently allow overnight campers, it is a foreseeable possibility in the future. However, the theater does include a live music performance from local bands 90 minutes before each screening, as well as lawn games, traditional movie concessions and a food truck village.
The Yonder Field Drive-In, which will be called “Movies Rock!,” is one of only three permanent drive-in theaters in the state.
“There are very few areas that are fortunate enough to have Drive-Ins. We are so excited to be able to offer this to everyone in the area,” Fultz said.
The venue will announce upcoming movies on its website and Facebook page.
Duck Donuts creates what I have come to think of as a delicious, edible paradox. As someone who has professed loyalty to the corporate doughnut god Krispy Kreme since childhood, I can confidently say that my Duck Donuts experience was one for the books.
A long-time venue for many artistic outlets, Tapp's Art Center will continue to live up to its eccentric reputation this weekend as a "laboratory for social engagement" by hosting The Monochromatic.
What: “Stop Making Sense” // Sound & Vision
For the fifth exhibit in the Diverse Voices Gallery, USC’s McKissick Museum is bringing a slice of Louisiana to South Carolina for the upcoming year long installation of “WELL SUITED: The Costumes of Alonzo V. Wilson for HBO’s Treme.”
This year, the Trustus Theatre has featured iconic plays such as "The Rocky Horror Show," festive holiday performances such as "The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical" and even a musical comedy interpretation of the cult classic film "Grey Gardens."
Tapp’s Art Center will open an exhibit Thursday that explores the significance of small-scale art and its relationship to intimacy and emotion. “Smaller Beckons II” opens July 6 and will be on display through the end of the month. It is a group exhibit that features over 25 local artists, including former Tapp’s Artist in Residence Michaela Pilar Brown.
The Richland County Public Library is redefining and reimagining what a library is supposed to be.
A one-of-a-kind laser light installment was just announced to launch over the Congaree River in mid-August.
You can learn a lot about a person by the state of their hands.
Summer is a great time for relaxing, taking summer courses or working. However, with a less rigid course schedule and more free time, summer is the perfect time to take advantage of some incredible volunteer opportunities throughout Columbia. Not only does volunteering often provide individuals with a sense of purpose, but it can also look great to potential employers.
After the release of her debut EP in 2014 and subsequent full length album two years later, Grace Joyner has made a name for herself as an independent artist throughout South Carolina.
As part of the Music Month celebration in Columbia, the city will participate in Make Music Day on Wednesday. Hosted by One Columbia, Rice Music House and WXRY FM, the event aims to celebrate music in all forms and hopes to actively encourage the general public to participate and create their own music.
Monday night was a somber evening for many, as it marked the anniversary of the racially motivated hate crime at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. On Latin night at a popular LGBT club 49 individuals were killed and 58 more were injured in the largest mass shooting by one person in the United States to date.