It feels like just yesterday Nickelodeon was airing a “SpongeBob SquarePants” marathon in celebration of the show’s ten-year anniversary. Glued to the television for days on end, children had little more to worry about than strategically deciding which episodes to miss for a shower or a nap.
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You hear the garage door open and immediately break into a cold sweat. Your parents stroll through the door, asking about your day, and you can feel your heart rate steadily increasing. Then comes the question — that simple, well-intentioned, dreaded question that comes this time every evening — “What would you like for dinner?”
Two hundred and forty-three years young, the United States of America celebrates its declaration of independence this week. For better or worse, it has persevered through wars, depressions, recessions and a slew of unnecessary Hollywood remakes. That's something worth celebrating, and here are a few ways of doing just that in Columbia and the surrounding area.
After two months of pushing the envelope at rehearsal, the cast and crew of Trustus Theatre’s “Heathers, The Musical” is ready to bring the dark humor of this retro production to a live audience.
Columbia's music scene is about to get a little sweeter.
Movie: “The Dead Don’t Die”
American Idol has announced its 2019 audition cities, and Columbia made the list. Soda City will have the opportunity to try out for the singing competition's 18th season on August 26.
Internships. Jobs. Responsibilities. Suddenly, that youthful excitement you had at the start of summer is being drowned out by all the noise of adulthood.
Five Points has experienced plenty of change in the past four years as bars and restaurants have filtered in and out.
Columbia welcomed several rebranded businesses in the last year. Music Farm and Yoghut closed their doors briefly before returning as The Senate and The Corner Blend, respectively, while The White Mule made its return after a seven-year hiatus.
The meme culture was created long before the class of 2019’s time at USC, but it has undoubtedly changed in the last four years.
Forts, waterfronts and plantations are among the Palmetto State's most enticing and iconic tourist hot spots. But for those looking to venture off the beaten path, the state has much to offer in terms of the odd, surreal and even supernatural.
Faces old and new converged at Nickelodeon Theatre for the sold-out premiere of The Rural Project film series.
Cedric Umoja is an artist on a mission: to preserve black-owned spaces in the face of increasing challenges.
As students prepare for finals and summer vacation, here's a few gems that can make the last half of the semester just a little more bearable.
The 1980s were a special time in music. Friends and family huddled around the television to watch the latest MTV productions, and teenagers were not grinding to trap music at their high school proms. Simpler times, indeed.
Given Fleetwood Mac's impending stop in Columbia, now is the time for fans to refamiliarize themselves with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers' greatest hits. Take some time to listen to the 22 tracks we consider to be Mac essentials. Not only will this allow you to fill your head with the lyrics necessary to sing along come show time, but it will also supply you with an excuse to sit down and listen to nearly an hour and a half of uninterrupted Rock perfection. Not a Fleetwood Mac fan? Take a listen anyway. It may come as a surprise to learn just how many original Mac songs you have heard before.
“I took my love and I took it down.”
The mixtape: that fond relic of bygone times, when you Sharpied hearts and Blink-182 lyrics onto a blank CD and carefully pencilled track lists onto glossy Memorex paper, or maybe even stole tracks from the radio with an 8-track and home recorder.