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If there is any food Americans know how to do best, it's burgers. However, Isreali-founded BurgerIM brings a unique adaptation to an average burger.
Movie: Doctor Sleep
Students from the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind created a sculpture in the Vista that combines handprints from members of the school and local community into a hand making the symbol for “I Love You” in sign language.
Coming to Columbia from a galaxy far, far away, Off Off Broadway presents “Star Wars: The Musical.” The USC student-run musical theater organization has written an adaptation of the story “Star Wars: A New Hope” to be performed at Benson Theatre this November.
Tapp’s Arts Center revealed its next location will temporarily be in Five Points in association with RockBlock Foundation. The art center will be renamed Tapp’s Outpost following the move.
The original play "ReformED," based on the real data, statistics and interviews of teachers around the U.S., is hoping to continue the conversation about education reform after over 10,000 teachers and supporters marched to the South Carolina Statehouse May 1.
Entering its 15th year, USC’s International Education Week (IEW) will run from Nov. 11 to 15 and seeks to promote international exchange.
Musical comedian Jon Fisher took the stage in the Russell House Theater Wednesday night to sing about bad Craigslist roommates, being a server in the food industry and how he's not sad, just single.
Barack Obama was just elected president, there are only six Harry Potter movies in the world and Micheal Jackson’s mysterious death still permeates the trashy magazines in checkout lines. The year is 2009, and a relatively unheard of band released its sophomore album, “Grand.” An instant hit for the 2009 music scene, "Grand" was the birth of the then up-and-coming creative pairing, Matt and Kim.
If neither of your parents or legal guardians attended a four-year college or obtained a bachelor's degree, you are considered a first-generation college student.
Picture this: It’s 8 p.m. on a Friday night, and you’re in your school cafeteria. The chairs have been pushed to the edges of the room, creating a dance floor slightly too large for the amount of people there. Maybe you’re wearing a polo and pants, or maybe you’re in a sparkly new dress you bought months ago at Macy’s. Either way, you’re heartbroken because your crush just asked someone else to dance. Soon, the agonizing slow song ends and your favorite bop comes on. You grab your friends, rush to the dance floor and begin to dance your middle school troubles away.
Hippo Campus came to South Carolina for the first time on Friday at the Senate for the band's "Bambi" tour.
Tapp’s Art Center has considered Main Street its home for the past eight years, but after an abrupt decrease in funding, the Columbia arts and culture giant is being forced to relocate. Because of its influence on Columbia's arts and culture scene, other businesses could be impacted by its departure.
Kate Vera strummed an acoustic guitar as she sings the opening lines of alt-J’s “Breezeblocks.” People in the W XYZ Bar & Lounge at Aloft Columbia Downtown hotel watched as she began her three-hour set.
“Susannah,” the opera written by Carlisle Floyd in 1955, is making its way to Drayton Hall Theatre for the first time by way of Opera at USC.
Now that the weather is starting to get colder, leaving the house can be difficult some days. After sitting in class all day and coming home to do more homework, sometimes reading a book is the perfect way to relax. Instead of binge-watching that TV show and suffering from the effects of blue light, pick from this list of five highly anticipated books being released this November.
Some see Columbia’s Main Street as the setting for a thriving social scene in the heart of the state's capital. However, those who have lived in Columbia longer know Main Street was not always the lively, urban stretch it is today. First Thursday on Main, a monthly event that features entertainment and dining specials, plays a role in the area’s newfound vibrancy.
Release Date: Oct. 25, 2019