Heading into the third week of 2019, there is no denying that winter is in full swing. As temperatures dip into the 30s, it can be hard to remember the simpler times of sun, surf and summer.
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Unlike the watered-down menus of restaurant chains, street food remains the ultimate gateway into the culture of the area it originated from. For generations, street food has managed to capture the essence of a city in the most authentic way possible, and each bite functions as a secret that is exclusively shared between locals. However, one restaurant is on a mission to let Columbia in on the secrets of traditional Thai cuisine.
The corner of Blossom and Main was abuzz this week with the soft reopening of a locally owned and operated favorite: Yoghut.
Janet Orselli’s re:Visions exhibit debuted at the 701 Center for Contemporary Art on Jan. 17.
It's been a big week for Broadway. Actress Brittney Johnson debuted as the first Glinda of color in "Wicked." Carole King made a surprise appearance as herself in "Beautiful," a show based on King's life, to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the musical. Broadway's beloved Dolly of "Hello, Dolly!" Carol Channing died at age 97. Lin-Manuel Miranda returned to his title role in "Hamilton," this time brought to Puerto Rico. Draped in the country's flag, Miranda struggled to get through the song "Hurricane," and the show raised almost $15 million towards hurricane relief.
In a divided world, there remains but one common link among all: the Netflix original movie, “Bird Box.”
Movie: “If Beale Street Could Talk”'
The Columbia Museum of Art unveiled a new exhibit centered around Jackson Pollock’s seminal 1943 painting, “Mural" this December. The work, on loan from the University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art, will remain on display in Columbia until the middle of May, when it will move to the next stop in an expansive tour.
'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:
This new year, you'll probably go out. You might go to your favorite dive downtown. Maybe you were invited to a black tie gala. Maybe you'll round up your favorite friends from high school and watch the ball drop from the comfort of your childhood home.
As nerves heat up for finals week, students were able to take a study break at the Christmas tree lighting on the Horseshoe Thursday night. The 64th annual Tree Lighting ceremony allowed attendees to engage in holiday festivities on campus.
When you think of cities in the U.S. with a global impact, bigger cities typically come to mind: New York City, Miami, Washington, D.C. and more. But multiple initiatives in South Carolina are also working to become international faces to the Palmetto State's biggest cities.
Grammy Award-winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank has come to USC, and she brought several protégés with her.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Student Government partnered to host Christmahannakwanizka, an event that combined holidays that are celebrated during this time of year in the Russell House Ballroom.
Phi Delta Epsilon’s second annual Anatomy Fashion Show raised $5,200 for Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital. PhiDE aimed to provide the audience with new information about the human body.
USC's dance department will be performing original works choreographed by undergraduate students nightly Dec. 4-7 at 7:30 p.m. at Drayton Hall Theatre for their Fall 2018 Student Choreography Showcase.
Ireland's Consul General Shane Stephens visited USC to talk about the relationship between Ireland and the U.S. on Dec. 3 in the Russell House.
Ease the stress of finals with some soft tunes as you study in the library. Here are some picks to get you through the week: