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Attendees of the Spring in Bloom Fashion Show sponsored by Belk and University of South Carolina’s Fashion Board filled 701 Whaley Wednesday evening.
Movie: “Happy Death Day 2U”
Mary English, a singer, sat next to a drummer in one of her classes, and it got her thinking. So, she made a Facebook post about starting a band. More than a year later, Mary English & Devine Street is making a name for itself in the Columbia music scene.
Sometimes you need something slower to get your mind away from the constant rush of responsibility that college students face. In our modern era, we are constantly flooded with information, no matter where we are or who we are speaking with, especially as younger people. Think about how every time you open your phone you find yourself jumping from app to app, searching for something else to steal your time for a few minutes.
With the upcoming Student Government elections, "The Speechwriter: A Brief Education in Politics" by Barton Swaim is a timely read for those intrigued by politics, power and the rise and fall of leaders in office, all told from the perspective of a cog in the machine.
Charleston-based band Susto visited Columbia this weekend to play at Papa Jazz Record Shoppe, featuring songs from both its newly released album “Ever Since I Lost My Mind” and its sophomore album “& I’m Fine Today.”
What would alternative culture be today without its music?
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.
Sports might not be the first topic that comes to mind when thinking about a night at the theater, but USC's Department of Theatre and Dance’s current production, “The Wolves,” explores the typical struggles of high school through a women’s club soccer team.
Show: “The Umbrella Academy”
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.
Anthony Doerr’s debut short story collection, "The Shell Collector," is both strange and wonderful.
From nominating its first indigenous Mexican actress to putting a blockbuster celebrating black culture in the running for best picture, 2019 could have been the Academy’s year to write a progressive script in the current era of film in this year’s Oscars.
With the Oscars in just one week, The Daily Gamecock sat down with two employees at the Nickelodeon Theatre in preparation for the big night. Programming coordinator Omme-Salma Rahemtullah and marketing manager Amanda Windsor talk about their favorite films of 2018 and predict the biggest winners of the awards show.
HipWaZee, long time purveyor of eclectic fits for Columbia residents and Five Points shopping staple, will be closing its doors soon.
There are two types of people in this world: those who love "The Bachelor" and those who do not.
After discovering each other on social media, artists Demtrius "6ixx" Similien and Sunday Morning joined forces to create political art based around relevant social issues like police brutality to reach those who might not care about politics.
Many musicians travel across the world to pursue their dreams. For one USC student, there was no need to move far from home to continue his music career. Lexington native and first-year jazz studies student Morgan McGee found all the guidance he needed at USC’s music school.