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.
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Album: "High Road” by Kesha
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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.
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.
A city with weekly markets, historical monuments and cozy coffee shops, Columbia seems to have everything it needs. According to Odd Bird Books owner Benjamin Adams, however, there is one thing that Columbia, specifically Main Street, has been missing: a local bookstore.
Nirvana, Led Zeppelin and Alice in Chains are revered bands by many, and some die-hard fans would do almost anything to see them live. In some cases, attending a show by these bands is difficult due to expenses and long travel distances. In other cases, it is impossible because the band either has deceased members or stopped touring.
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.
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.
Inside Cool Beans coffee shop, there's a collage with images of iconic politicians and protesters stretching across an entire wall on the second floor near the counter. Sophie Angela, a fourth-year arts education student, is the brains behind the artwork.
If neither of your parents or legal guardians attended a four-year college or obtained a bachelor's degree, you are considered a first-generation college student.