A visit to Columbia was one of only a few public appearances on Anthony Doerr’s calendar this spring. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author gave a presentation and question-and-answer time for the packed Law School Auditorium about his most recent novel, “All the Light We Cannot See.”
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If you type in “riff raff” on Google, one of the first suggestions that pop up is “riff raff teeth.” Looking up someone’s teeth is not necessarily the first thing you would think to search, but if it pops up, you are obviously obligated to see for yourself what Google finds so intriguing about Riff Raff’s teeth. Google Images supplies you with a multitude of pictures of his “aquaberry shark teeth,” which look pretty much as you would expect them to — Riff Raff shows off his blue-tinted, diamond-covered grills, sharpened to look like shark teeth.
While Athens, Georgia, home of the Bulldogs, is a popular weekend hangout at a mere two-and-a-half-hour drive out of Columbia, the North Georgia mountains host a wide variety of equally interesting towns to take up your weekends.
Multi-faceted exhibit features social and political issues facing black women in “The Space Between”
Shimmering white sheets and deep royal blue tassels drape from wall to ceiling; shards of turquoise glass and piles of glistening salt are grouped across the floor. As viewers wander through the “The Space Between,” they duck under suspended tree branches and weave through dangling ropes and metal chains.
"Radius" by Allen Stone
Fresh juice shops are growing in popularity all around the country — a trend we can all get behind. Usually small and local, these stores make freshly squeezed juice on location, promoting a healthy and clean lifestyle. Originally a concept reserved to larger and more hip cities such as New York City and Los Angeles, juice shops are popping up everywhere — and are finally here in Columbia.
Celebrating its 20th year in the Columbia area, the annual South Carolina Oyster Festival did not fall short of expectations Sunday. It could not have been a more beautiful day to wander around the endless tables of fresh oysters and colorful fall foliage.
Marking its 15th year this fall, the Columbia Jewish Film Festival has brought Jewish culture, themes and ideas to Soda City once again. Spanning two weeks, the festival will show films at the Nickelodeon Theater from Nov.1 through Nov. 17.
In recent years, gritty and grungy musician Mac Demarco has become a staple of the indie music playlist. Demarco is a frequent performer in college towns across the country, and it’s difficult not to want to join in on his laid-back vibe.
Students and faculty flooded into the Russell House Theater Monday evening to hear Feminista Jones, acclaimed feminist writer, activist and public speaker, address social justice issues in South Carolina.
An Atlanta restaurant scene staple, Tin Lizzy's Taqueria and Cantina opened its a new location in the Vista Monday night. Established in 2005 by four college friends, Tin Lizzy’s friendly neighborhood vibe catapulted it to regional success, with nine other locations in Georgia. Columbia is Tin Lizzy's first foray into another state.
Riding on the tail of the Georgia O’Keeffe: Her Carolina Story exhibit, the Columbia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit showcases approximately 30 works of art by women across the state of South Carolina.
What was intended to be a free, outdoor concert on the corner of Main and Hampton Streets, Jam Room Music Festival ended up switching its original plans due to rain — quite a few times.