In a divided world, there remains but one common link among all: the Netflix original movie, “Bird Box.”
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'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."
The year is 2016. Donald Trump has defied all odds in becoming the Republican nominee, but political analysts are in near agreement that his luck has run out. Hillary Clinton is projected to become the 45th president of the United States, so why bother making a trip to the polls?
Headed into college, some students are unsure about pursuing creative arts fields out of a fear of being unable to one day get a job or similar concerns from friends and family.