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.
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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.
Movie: "Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey"
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we can focus on how love is a recurring topic in many genres and how songs can work together to tell similar narratives. This playlist tells the story of love: catching feelings, internal struggles, admittance, reciprocation, feeling pure love and finally being comfortable with vulnerability.
Album: "High Road” by Kesha
Over the next five months, live music venue Tin Roof will host a wave of country artists for Nashville Hits the Roof, a tour showcasing up-and-coming artists from Nashville, Tennessee.
This year’s winners of University of South Carolina’s Concerto-Aria competition, Chloe Madison Johnston and Juan Nicolás Morles Espitia, will be performing in the university’s Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert, "Rising Stars."
Comprised of different sets from ballets such as "Dracula," "The Hootie and the Blowfish Ballet" and "Romeo and Juliet" along with original pieces, "Ballet de l’Amour" is not your traditional ballet.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. That time of year when every store is swathed in red and covered with heart-themed decorations. Some look forward to the love-filled day while others believe it to be a holiday people use as an excuse to flaunt the extravagant dates they have planned. Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day, here’s a guide to a few things you can do with a date, your friends or even by yourself.
A fourth-year marketing and supply chain student at USC, Daniella Smith expanded her hobby of crocheting into a small business by selling her handmade items at a stand at Soda City, which happens every Saturday on Main Street.
Album: "Manic" by Halsey
These popular brunch places offer more than just a place to have a mid-morning meal. With different atmospheres and menus, their goal is the same: to serve good food and embrace people in the community.
Columbia’s 701 Center for Contemporary Art’s (CCA) first art exhibition of 2020 comes in the form of "The Shape of Things." The exhibition features 13 artists from around South Carolina who created works of art that blend the concepts of abstract and representational art.
The classic play “A Streetcar Named Desire,” written by Tennessee Williams, is coming to Trustus Theatre's Thigpen Main Stage Feb. 7 to 22 as part of its 35th season.
The game is afoot at the South Carolina State Museum with the opening of a traveling exhibit that follows Sherlock Holmes and surrounding Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lore. After a 10-year journey, Columbia is the exhibit's last stop.
When thinking of an art exhibit, one might think of Van Gogh or Picasso, but the Columbia Museum of Art is opening an exhibit called "Tribe" on Feb. 6 with a different theme.
Good songs have memorable lyrics and beats, but great songs elicit strong feelings and emotions that often encapsulate a whole decade, or even a generation.
The 62nd annual Grammy Awards were on Sunday. Some were happy with the outcomes, others not so much, but nonetheless it was a night of coming together and looking back on musical accomplishments.