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.
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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.
She was a high-strung student who wanted to find that Mr. Perfect. He was a jock hoping to score a late-night booty call. Each thought the other looked attractive enough to possibly satisfy their given needs. Love at first swipe? Not exactly.
Beauty and struggle converge at Indie Grits Labs’ latest exhibition, “Waste and Want in the Rural South.” The organization has a different themed project every year that is explored through the works of several artists.
In a world with 24-hour news cycles and reactionary social media, politics have almost become taboo. USC’s J. Rion McKissick Museum attempts to combat the idea that all political discussions must be us-versus-them with its latest exhibit, "Hot Buttons: Political Issues in The United States."
Heading into the third week of 2019, there is no denying that winter is in full swing. As temperatures dip into the 30s, it can be hard to remember the simpler times of sun, surf and summer.
The corner of Blossom and Main was abuzz this week with the soft reopening of a locally owned and operated favorite: Yoghut.
In a divided world, there remains but one common link among all: the Netflix original movie, “Bird Box.”
'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' hopes to encourage difference, offer uplifting message
With the holidays wrapped up and a new semester dawning, Carolinians may be in need of a pick-me-up. Fortunately, Trustus Theatre will be offering what director Chad Henderson promises to be an “uplifting and empowering” story in the form of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.”
The semester may have come to a close and campus may be quiet, but Columbia’s nightlife is as bustling as ever headed into New Year’s Eve. For those still in the Columbia area, here are some fun ways to ring in the new year around the city:
Grammy Award-winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank has come to USC, and she brought several protégés with her.
Charles Dickens's “A Christmas Carol” has been a classroom staple for well over a century, not to mention a popular story to recreate on screen and stage. However, with each adaptation – be it Jim Carrey’s, Daffy Duck's or anyone’s in between – there has remained one unanswered question; where exactly did Jacob Marley’s ghost come from?
‘80s music fans rejoice: The decade’s iconic sound is making a comeback.
All things must come to an end, including the end of days itself.
Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's work is coming to Longstreet Theatre this month, but not in typical fashion.
Carla Ferreira brought South America to Columbia on Saturday with her open gallery, "Snapshots of Brazil."