Internationally renowned artist Jasper Johns will open his exhibition, “Midcentury Masters," at the Columbia Museum of Art on Friday, Nov. 16.
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A tangled web of love and lust, combined with a family's looming financial difficulties and a common trend of drinking problems made for an interesting performance in USC's Department of Theatre and Dance's "Platonov."
Senior year can be a time of stress for college students, but fourth-year broadcast journalism student John Romanski is taking it to a different level. In addition to his coursework, Romanski is currently spending much of his time on his role in “Platonov,” which the USC theater department is performing through Nov. 17.
South Carolina is no stranger to being the underdog. As our football team gears up for its big game against Clemson this weekend, here are some movies to remind you that odds are just a number.
All things must come to an end, including the end of days itself.
Mainstream superhero movies highlight the powerful abilities of the superheroes and their ultimate triumph in saving the world. But what happens when their superpowers are stripped away? A student film called “January” follows a former superhero as he tries to navigate the world instead of saving it.
Driving down Rosewood Avenue, you might notice the bright yellow, blue and red mural on the side of Peeble's Wing Shack. The mural, which features a giant rooster, was created by Columbia native Shelby LeBlanc.
Carolina Productions is hosting Foreign Film Week in the Russell House Theatre from Monday, Nov. 12 to Thursday, Nov. 15. The films featured come from a variety of countries, including Nigeria and South Korea.
With a megalodon wearing a birthday hat, the South Carolina State Museum is celebrating 30 years of South Carolina history and culture this week. In the light of the anniversary, the museum is holding a juried exhibition to showcase a variety of South Carolina history.
Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's work is coming to Longstreet Theatre this month, but not in typical fashion.
For moviegoers, night owls and everyone in between, the Nickelodeon Theatre is now offering a new film series called “Nick After Hours."
Papa Jazz Record Shoppe is a small store nestled on the outskirts of Five Points’ bustling bars and restaurants; a modest storefront with poster-plastered windows and a hand-painted sign marks its presence.
Chronicling the adult life of the legendary singer Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek), Bryan Singer’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” enraptured audiences in the sorrowful and eventful life of the bold singer.
Inspired by Ariana Grande's surprise single, "thank u, next," here's a surprise playlist of essential break-up songs to help you get over your ex just as fast as Ariana got over Pete Davidson. And yes, while she did name a song after him on her latest album, that's not important right now.
The USC Department of Theatre and Dance has been hard at work preparing for this year’s Fall Concert, which features the Serenade ballet by George Balanchine and original work from USC choreographers Olivia Waldrop and Thaddeus Davis. The concert will be a show of diverse genres of dance and music.
Carla Ferreira brought South America to Columbia on Saturday with her open gallery, "Snapshots of Brazil."
Ansley Adams graduated from USC in 2012 and has since represented the university through her passion for creating and teaching art. She brought her artistry back to Columbia on Nov. 1 to premiere her solo exhibit "Weightless," highlighting female empowerment and transcendence.
The 19th annual Fall Literary Festival kicked off with a visit from poet Solmaz Sharif. Sharif was the first of three authors who will visit USC over the next three weeks as part of the English Department's mission to bring diverse literary voices to Columbia.
This Halloween, patrons had a chance to relive the 2000s in all their glory at New Brookland Tavern’s Emo Night Columbia. The event featured several local bands covering the likes of Paramore, Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday and more.
This Halloween, business owners of Five Points kept their doors open later than usual to pass out candy to locals. Families went from door to door throughout the area to shop seasonal sales while snacking on candy.