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To Benjamin Shumate, there’s no such thing as Tuesday. To him, the third day of the week is known exclusively as “Blues Day.”
One year ago today, I, and approximately 458,000 others, stayed up past our bedtimes to simultaneously stream Beyoncé’s Coachella performance on YouTube.
Lizzo’s sophomore album “Cuz I Love You” is a love note from the artist to herself. An advocate for the body positivity movement, Lizzo mixes her message with beats that you can’t help but move to and infectious words that invite a sing-along. The album offers the perfect combination of undeniable bops and a clear thematic praise of self-love.
“Social Cues” — Cage The Elephant
Let’s admit it: Disney hasn’t been all that great lately. All of its recent remakes are pure money grabs, and it hasn’t been coming out with much original material. They bought both Star Wars and Marvel, and who knows what will be next?
The world premiere of “Aphra Behn: Wanton. Wit. Woman.,” presented by USC’s Department of Theatre and Dance and Full Circle Productions, highlights the story of a woman whose contributions as a playwright are rarely recognized.
Movie: To Sleep with Anger
Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell of Saturday Night Live brought lots of laughs from New York City to Columbia early this week.
“Guava Island,” a short film starring Donald Glover and Rihanna, shows Glover at his performing peak, establishing a musical direction that's an evolution from his most recent work.
Punk is much more than a genre of music. It's a movement, a staple of a culture deeply rooted in the rebellious era of the 1970s. The anti-establishment ideology gained attention and much of America's youth became infatuated. But where did it go? Is punk still alive?
Forts, waterfronts and plantations are among the Palmetto State's most enticing and iconic tourist hot spots. But for those looking to venture off the beaten path, the state has much to offer in terms of the odd, surreal and even supernatural.
The White Mule reopened in Five Points in September under new ownership and management in the space that formerly held the jazz bar Speakeasy. After selling his share in Music Farm Productions, owner Trae Judy said he wanted a local space to create a venue-meets-education space.
The scent of sugar wafts through the air as customers enter Buttercream Dreams with the anticipation of indulging in a sweet treat. Perfectly-frosted cupcakes sit inside glass cases, perched beneath a golden chandelier with pink and white decorations that reminds one of candy canes.
In the past few years, the feminist movement has grown substantially, and people are discussing and acting upon the inequalities between the men and women, now more than ever.
Movie: “THX 1138”
"Beautiful: A Carole King Musical" recently stopped by Columbia on its North American tour, putting on seven performances of the play, which is based on the real-life story of singer-songwriter Carole King. The show covers her rise to stardom and the problems she faced along the way, dealing with personal loss and skyrocketing to fame in spite of it.
Electronic music is inherently technological and often computerized, but its development has gone far beyond its initial industrial and natural sounds. Today, producers can manipulate sounds in ways they never could before.
A ballroom overflowed with USC students as many rushed to grab seats closest to the stage.