You know that Netflix show that's set in the '80s, has an ensemble cast and is currently on its third season? No, not the one with the quirky kids who have Winona Ryder on the verge of mental breakdown every other episode, the other one. You have no idea what I’m talking about, do you?
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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.
Show: “Good Omens”
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?”
As the Fourth of July approaches, the yearly hubbub of humid weather, hot dogs and fireworks begins to build. Parties and cookouts are planned; red, white and blue decor pops up all over; fireflies start showing up at dusk; the cicadas are in full recital of their nightly songs; firework displays are pondered over.
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.
It’s Pride month. We go to school in Columbia. Soda City isn’t winning any awards for inclusivity or its booming queer community. When I first came to USC, I was disappointed to find that LGBTQ+ resources, gathering places and advocacy were, well, not as vibrant in Columbia as compared to larger, more progressive cities.
Columbia's music scene is about to get a little sweeter.
With the recent release of "Rocketman," the sweeping, Oscar-bait-y Elton John biopic, this legendary icon has reappeared in the hearts and minds of the public with vigor. John’s flair for showmanship, captivating voice and persistent songwriting talent helped him rise to the top against all odds.
Movie: “The Dead Don’t Die”
Book: "The Lying Game" by Ruth Ware
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.
Love it or hate it, pop music is what keeps the world turning.
Internships. Jobs. Responsibilities. Suddenly, that youthful excitement you had at the start of summer is being drowned out by all the noise of adulthood.
Whether it’s listening to country with the windows down, classic rock at a cookout or EDM at a music festival, certain types of music tend to sound better in the summertime.
Book: "All the Missing Girls" by Megan Miranda
Five Points has experienced plenty of change in the past four years as bars and restaurants have filtered in and out.
From Jared who’s 19 and never learned how to read to all those chickens, Vine entertained users with viral content from its founding in 2012 until uploads were disabled in 2016.