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It’s a lazy Saturday in the apartment and you're not quite ready to greet the daylight. You invite your best friends over for a marathon of romantic comedies, but you don’t want to feel “basic” like all the haters say. Or maybe you’re hoping to introduce your significant other to some of your favorite chick flicks, to show them that rom-coms do not always follow the same plotline in which a 20-something, gorgeous girl runs into Mr. Right at the grocery store, falls in love and has a quarrel that nearly ruins the relationship. In the sea of typical chick flicks that define the stereotype, here are four movies to consider watching to fulfill the romantic void in your life and inspire a laugh with fresh and witty comedic material.
Columbia artists opened their studio doors to the public in a free event that inspired cultural connection and creativity this weekend.
Nestled in the heart of the Upstate, Greenville combines a fun and modern downtown setting with natural surroundings.
Though he lives in the ’60s, Don Draper of AMC’s "Mad Men" inspires everyone with his confidence and timeless style.
In this day and age, blogging has taken the world by storm. Blogs are easy to start, and aspiring writers can share their passions, travels and style with the world around them through the click of a button. One such creative soul, Luanna Perez-Garreaud, has gained popularity through her blog and re-postings of her style on other website and Pinterest. She’s most notable for her modern take on the indie-grunge fashion of the '90s. Here’s how to pull off her edgy look:
As much as we all love a good buffalo chicken pizza from Pandini's, sometimes it’s time to kick those habits leading up to the "Freshman 15." While yes, you do walk to your classes, and campus is pretty hilly, unfortunately you will still have to eat healthy occasionally. But, let’s face it: You’re not a giraffe, so you’re not going to feel like eating a salad every day, so here are some on-campus options you may not have considered.
Women everywhere swoon over Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Gosling. However, if he dressed in Crocs and overalls on the daily, we might think twice. Though he’s been spotted sporting a onesie with Ellen DeGeneres, his personal style utilizes classic pieces with a hip and modern twist.
You may have seen advertisements for this February flick while swiping on Tinder, or cleverly placed between segments of ABC’s "The Bachelor." Well, it finally snuck its way into theaters Friday, making sure to remind you of your unattached relationship status, or to perhaps give you some last minute advice on what not to do around your special someone, before the dreaded Feb. 14.
With the widely successful poster sale decking the tables of Russell House every semester, students are able to find inspiration to revamp their dated dorm rooms and show off their personal style. While some seek out images of indie bands or obscure paintings, several posters stand out as classics that define the college experience.
The city came alive Friday night with fresh fare from local food trucks, craft beer, live music, interactive art and new exhibits at the Columbia Museum of Art with their Arts & Draughts event.
Picture this: It’s a sunny day. You’re driving in your car with the windows down and the gloom of winter behind you. Obviously, you need some tunes to match the mood of summer. Here are five bands to give you that happy-go-lucky feeling and let you know that “every little thing gonna be alright.”
There’s no doubt that Columbia has seen several changes in the past year from record-breaking rainfall to new businesses opening. One change stands out in marquee letters and represents a whole new world of cuisine for the city.
Thursday, residents of Columbia got a taste of just about everything The Vista has to offer during the 30th annual Vista Lights festival. It was a great opportunity for members of the community of all ages to check out a new store or restaurant that they perhaps didn’t know existed.
Like the producers of the “Harry Potter” and “Twilight” movies, the makers of “The Hunger Games” series successfully produced an adequate second film adapted from a single novel. While not a movie to go down in the books as a true work of art or a movie to watch over and over again, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” delivers as a strong conclusion to the series.
The British Bulldog Pub is hosting their first comedy show Thursday, Nov. 12. The headliner, Krish Mohan, aims to give a fresh look on culture from the perspective of a modern-day immigrant from India and seems to be worth the 20-minute drive.
The past week of flooding in Columbia has been trying and destructive, but it has also seen the community come together. Citizens and businesses alike are finding new and creative ways to help get the city back on its feet.
Nestled in the heart of South Carolina, USC is booming with on- and off-campus restaurant options for students and parents. Whether you’re looking for a speedy snack or an elegant family dinner, Columbia won’t disappoint.