“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.”
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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.”
Cool Beans and College Grounds has been a convenient spot for a cup of coffee and a quick bite to eat for years.
Tapp’s Arts Center revealed its next location will temporarily be in Five Points in association with RockBlock Foundation. The art center will be renamed Tapp’s Outpost following the move.
Tapp’s Art Center has considered Main Street its home for the past eight years, but after an abrupt decrease in funding, the Columbia arts and culture giant is being forced to relocate. Because of its influence on Columbia's arts and culture scene, other businesses could be impacted by its departure.
Those who took University 101 may already be familiar with Outdoor Recreation because of the challenge course classes they took part in as a group bonding exercise. However, many are not aware of what else Outdoor Recreation has to offer and how easy it is to get involved.
Scared of not having plans for Halloween? Here’s a guide to creepin’ it real in Columbia this spooky season.
Show: ‘The Politician’
The Piece by Piece: Quilts from the permanent collection exhibit is in the Diverse Voices gallery of McKissick Museum, located at the end of the Horseshoe. The gallery focuses on folklife and traditional arts, and this year's exhibit includes over 40 quilts with hundreds of years of history stitched into every fabric.
Having the chance to travel through the university is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that students often miss out on because of a wide range of concerns.
Movie: "The Goldfinch"
With a name like Schitt’s Creek, it’s hard to take the town seriously. This is what the Rose family initially thought when they purchased the town for comedic effect. However, when it turns out to be the only sanctuary the spoiled family has left after losing their fortune, the Roses find there is more to Schitt’s Creek than meets the eye.
Show: "The Boys"
It all started in a basement.
As the new semester approaches, so do the back-to-school jitters that we are all too familiar with. But don't despair, because directors and musicians alike have the perfect solution to take our minds off all that stress — new movies and albums to look forward to.
Book: "The Lying Game" by Ruth Ware
Book: "All the Missing Girls" by Megan Miranda