Blasting music, rolled down windows, pushing the limit on country roads — what better way to take a cross-country road trip? In a time where nothing appeals less than unhygienic public transportation, traveling cross country by car seems like the perfect vacation. This playlist screams "road-trip” as a catchy combination of country and classics.
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Roughly a decade into his military career, Darius Johnson was ready to mix things up.
As a young mother looking to decorate her home, Treva James had to get creative. She “loved nice things,” but she didn’t have much in the way of a budget. Her husband was the only source of income for their family.
Summer is the best time to discover new forms of entertainment, given all the free time. For those moments when you get bored of having nothing to do, these are some highly anticipated movies, books and albums to keep you entertained all summer long.
Sometimes we just get bored of listening to the same songs over and over. Even our favorite songs can get a little old. An easy solution is to listen to the latest releases, but when there seems to be a new music drought, the next best thing is remixes. When artists mix things up, it can turn songs that sound tired into a whole new piece of music.
Just because summer means less responsibilities doesn’t mean you should abandon your regular exercise routine. If anything, the good weather is all the more reason to get outside and get moving. With the right music to motivate you, working out doesn’t have to feel like a chore. This upbeat playlist will keep things fun while you’re running, biking or just dancing it out.
Summer is finally in full swing, and in many places it’s too hot to do anything outside unless you’re near a body of water. For some, this means taking a day trip to a nearby lake.
Being labeled a non-essential business was a tough pill to swallow for Loose Lucy’s co-owner James D. McCallister. “No one likes to be told they’re inessential,” he said, but he nonetheless closed down his mom and pop hippie shop when he was ordered to March 28.
Right now, our country is experiencing a time of great passion and change. Many people across the country — and the world — are joining together to give momentum to the Black Lives Matter movement and to protest police brutality and other forms of systemic racism.
During times like these, it’s normal to feel a little down-and-out about yourself and others. Many of us are cooped up in quarantine, and others are protesting for monumental change. With so much going on in the world, in our country and on our social media feeds, everyone could benefit from some self-care.
When President Bob Caslen announced that classes would continue online after spring break, many important events were canceled, including the Ballet Stars of New York and Choreographer's Showcase. COVID-19 has caused a difficult transition for the dance program.
This summer isn’t going to look quite like the others, but that doesn’t mean it has to be spent staring at the wall. Granted, your options are essentially to walk around outside or watch something on your computer, but Columbia and the surrounding area are still rife with activities that allow a healthy distance between you and others.
The Front Coffee and Tap just opened its doors in the CanalSide apartment development next to the Congaree River.
Known as the Golden Age of hip-hop, the ‘90s were an era of some of the most recognizable hip-hop songs. From artists such as Lauryn Hill to Snoop Dogg to 2Pac, these songs are just the right vibe for a kick-back or hangout with friends — especially if you learn all the words to rap along.
Lindsay Koenig delicately placed iron-on butterflies onto a pastel pink sweatshirt a customer had ordered and talked about her newfound clothing business.
Between virtual classes, Netflix and checking phone notifications, it’s likely that screen time has reached an all-time high during quarantine. These podcasts could be the answer to finding the perfect balance between screen time and productivity. While listening to these podcasts, take a walk, do the dishes or even attempt a DIY craft you found on Pinterest.
It's been five weeks since USC sent us home. By now, you've probably gone stir-crazy and have at least thought about taking it out on your hair. While you can't do anything but wait to fix a truly bad haircut, here are some tips to help you the next time you decide to change your hair.
Whether you’re meditating in quarantine or having dance parties in your kitchen, you can find a song that helps you process feelings. Put your headphones in or blast these songs out loud. You can scream, sing and dance or lay down and sit still. Whatever you do when you listen to this playlist, be kind to yourself. There’s no right or wrong answer when processing your emotions, especially during this temporary breakup with the outside world.
Show: “Tiger King”