For four years, The Local Buzz has cultivated a sense of family within the community. According to owner and operator Stephanie Bridgers, the coffee shop was founded with the mission to make all feel welcome, emphasizing hospitality above all else. She’s come to know her customers quite well, listening to their stories as they share photos of loved ones and order their daily coffees.
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Students were caught off guard with USC’s recent decision to suspend face-to-face instruction for the rest of the spring semester schedule to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As you prepare for your online classes, here is a brief guide to navigating the last weeks of the semester when it comes to your coursework.
Show: “Love Is Blind”
Show: “Little America”
The wait is almost over. Students are ready to drop their pencils and put down their books as they eagerly anticipate the start of spring break. Whether you’re going on a hype vacation or just chilling back home, everyone can use a good playlist to get the energy going wherever they are. If you’re ready to get into the spring break mindset, these are some songs to tide you over for the rest of the week.
Local women-fronted bands and musical acts often struggle to gain traction in Columbia. Girls Block Festival co-founders Catherine Hunsinger and Kati Baldwin aim to combat this.
Fear, in all of its forms in popular culture, has come to the Columbia Museum of Arts in an unexpected way: as a collection of terror.
Hitting the road for the first time, The Hails' first tour stop is none other than Columbia on March 5. The month-long, 11-stop tour will be the band's debut out of college.
"Sporadically Board with Mike and Dan": Podcast Review
February is an important opportunity to reflect on and celebrate the achievements of black individuals in every facet of life, which includes music. The artists in this playlist are trailblazers and trendsetters. They have used their music and platforms to not ask for change, but demand it. Their art empowers their fans and promotes a necessary conversation on the pervasive inequalities that we still see everyday. This playlist doesn’t just reflect the present struggle of black individuals, however, but it also envisions a better future for people of all races.
With the Roaring '20s in full swing, the Columbia City Ballet's adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" is making its premiere at the Koger Center.
Yoga is a popular fitness form due to its attention to both mental and physical well being. In Columbia, several yoga studios have various types of classes that focus on everything from classic vinyasa to yoga with goats.
Sunday night at The Senate, Subtronics reminded Columbia why people are loving the EDM experience and that you can enjoy it without committing to an exhausting, three-day music festival. Subtronics, or DJ/producer Jesse Kardon, has helped EDM gain the attention of the main-stream music industry with the hit “Griztronics," giving him his first top 10 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic charts.
Album: “The Slow Rush” by Tame Impala
During the week, most of us wake up to an alarm. We have classes or work to attend to, and most people don’t enjoy mornings because of it.
The Senate and New Brookland Tavern are two well-known venues in Columbia, but which one is better? It seems there might not be a definitive answer to that question, considering they both have their pros and cons.
McKissick Museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment this year with "A Woman's Right." The exhibit examines the past to show how the women at USC fought for control over their bodies and lives.
Winter break only ended a month ago, although it felt like it took a year to get through January. Luckily, spring break is less than a month away. For those who don’t consider themselves great planners, there is still time to organize a trip or two.
As florist shop Fern Studio Flowers celebrates 10 years of business this year, it is extending its branches into daily flower orders after primarily catering to weddings and events. Located on Devine Street, the shop offers a peaceful oasis of flowers, blooms, leaves and thriving greenery in the busy Columbia landscape.
It is a late Saturday night, and after a nearly four hour trip, the Carolina Mountaineering and White Water Club (CMWW) entourage has just arrived at its campsite in Tennessee. As a group, students laden with backpacks full of camping gear enter the break in a rock that is Worley’s Cave.