At the end of each semester, "New Voices" showcases compositions created by student composers. On Saturday at the School of Music, 11 different composers will showcase 12 compositions that are a culmination of their semester's work.
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USC's New Sounds Quartet Concert is set to take place on Friday. The concert will feature four USC graduate students who have worked all semester towards this concert. The quartet is made up of two violinists, a violist and a cellist.
Historic Columbia's Holiday House Tours give visitors a glimpse into Christmases past this holiday season through Jan. 5.
The South Carolina State Fairgrounds is known for hosting the State Fair every year, but many are unaware that other events take place on the fairgrounds through the year.
It is finally here: Disney+ has been released, and you can relive your childhood by binge-watching all of your favorite TV shows and movies. To help with your nostalgia, here are some of the best songs from the most influential and, arguably, best movies and artists from Disney Channel.
Ridge DeVuono is the lead singer and manager of Tripping on Bricks, a band founded by a group of USC students in 2016. Almost four years later, the band of mostly USC alumni released its first album, "Colorblind" on Nov. 22.
Nick Hauser, founder and owner of Indah Coffee, had always drank coffee, but while exploring Southeast Asia with his wife Stefani, his fondness of coffee began brewing into a passion.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why: There could be more than 160 Santas in South Carolina.
“Miss Bennet, Christmas at Pemberley” will be at Trustus Theatre from Dec. 6 to 21. According to Chad Henderson, Trustus Theatre's artistic director, the play is “a wonderfully uplifting holiday rom-com.”
USC dance students will highlight the art of choreography and dancing, with original pieces to be choreographed and performed by USC students Dec. 3 to 6.
As we say goodbye to everything about the fall semester — exams, papers, presentations and just class in general — we should also say goodbye to other things in our life that cause us stress. Maybe say goodbye to that friend who just keeps holding you back. Goodbye to that person you don’t really talk to anymore but who always watches your snapchat story. Or, maybe you need to say goodbye to some bad habits of your own. Luckily, this playlist touches on all of that.
For the 59th year, Columbia City Ballet will be presenting the holiday classic "Nutcracker." In anticipation of the holidays, the city of Columbia can see performances at the Koger Center for the Arts from December 14 to 15 and December 21 to 22.
For most, Thanksgiving is a cherished time spent with family in the celebration of good food and company. But for those who chose to abstain from consuming turkey and other traditional dishes, the holiday can often induce anxiety and stress.
Though it might seem events and concerts drain the bank account, there are programs on campus that provide free entertainment for students. Gamecock Entertainment, the same organization that brought A$AP Ferg, Leslie David Baker and First Night Carolina, will be back with a full schedule next semester.
Upon arriving in South Carolina, Jamila Musayeva, owner of Avocado Toast SC, was a new mom whose son had a great love for avocados. On their weekly Saturday trips to Soda City, though, Musayeva said they noticed a lack in healthy food options.
Though Soda City may be Columbia's local market, vendors travel from all across South Carolina to participate. Southern Grace, a Rock Hill-based jewelry business, is one such vendor, making trips once or twice a month to set up shop on Main Street.
Indie Grits Labs is a nonprofit media organization in partnership with the Nickelodeon Theatre that educates the community through artistic endeavors and art projects. In 2020, the organization's film festival will run from March 26 to March 29, hosting events in celebration of music, art, food, video games and over 100 films.
For almost six years, Michael and Era Pope have supplied Columbia and the surrounding area with spicy and regular boiled peanuts of different sizes, hot chocolate in the winter and cake on a stick.
If Emmanuel Raphael Rabit could describe Thanksgiving in two words, he would use “warm” and “fattening.”
In Columbia, typically the chilly weather doesn’t last long into the spring, and soon warm weather will be calling for days spent in the sun. Columbia offers many outdoor activities within a short driving distance to escape the busyness of downtown and campus life for a few hours.