Fashion models and other citizens attend Columbia Fashion Week's "Beautiful People Party" to hear the 25 Most Stylish People in Columbia announced.
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For five years, Columbia has dedicated one full week to the art of style. Placing designers, vendors, entertainers and anchors in the spotlight, the fifth annual Columbia Fashion Week is now under way.
Incumbent politicians won several big victories on Tuesday as voters across South Carolina went to the polls for primary elections.
It was Sept. 13, 1963, two days after the University of South Carolina was officially desegregated, and The Gamecock, a former iteration of this publication, begrudgingly delivered the news to the people. On the front page The Gamecock staff produced a vague, half-formed story — no longer than 200 words — to depict what would be one of the most monumental events for the university in history. Without ever having mentioned the words "black," or "desegregation," unnamed writer D.W.B. cryptically concluded the piece with, “It’s all quiet, and that’s the big part of the story.”
Mourners gathered in solidarity across the U.S. this week to honor the victims of the worst mass shooting in the country's history.
The Double Dutch Forces of Columbia found success against teams from around the nation and world this weekend, The State reports.
Harvest Week is underway at Motor Supply Company Bistro. Having begun on Tuesday, this week is a celebration of the local farms the restaurant receives some of its ingredients from throughout the year.
The city of Columbia hosted a summit for community leaders from across the state to discuss race relations in South Carolina, as well as relations between young people and their surrounding community. The summit was held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
Columbia resident killed in three-car collision
Travel Lightly Day encouraged students and other city dwellers to leave their car in the garage for a while and celebrate alternative transportation.
After facing strong opposition, the South Carolina bathroom bill — which would limit free use of bathrooms and locker rooms by transgender men and women — is on shaky ground in the state legislature, according to The State.
The 21st annual Columbia International Festival brought the cultures of many countries to the State Fairgrounds this weekend.
The "Happiest 5k on the Planet" made its way to Columbia on Saturday morning. Thousands of people participated in The Color Run’s "Tropicolor" World Tour, where they ran an un-timed, five-kilometer footrace surrounded by inflatable palm trees, music and clouds of brightly colored powders.
Steve Spurrier was met with a mix of admiration and friendly admonishment as he was honored on Saturday as a part of Tennessee's annual spring game, according to The State.
Heads turned as a crowd of 1,500 walked through downtown Columbia for Walk a Mile in Their Shoes on Thursday evening. The event is known for its unique and fun approach of having men walk a mile in women’s high heels in order to bring attention to sexual violence against women.
South Carolina’s Senate introduced the S. 1203 bill, colloquially referred to as the “bathroom bill,” on April 6. A subcommittee convened to discuss the bill at a hearing that was followed by rally outside the Statehouse on Wednesday.
The Columbia Fireflies home opener will mark the return of professional baseball to Columbia, South Carolina, for the first time since the Capital City Bombers left in 2004. During the Bomber's heyday, future big league stars like David Wright, Jose Reyes and Preston Wilson got their start in Columbia. Here is a look at the next wave of potential major leaguers who will call Columbia home this season.
The 2016 election cycle has been one of national obsession with national politics as both major parties have slugged through high-stakes primary seasons. But below the radar, a number of state and local races and referendums are also raging.
The "Walk A Mile In Their Shoes" march will fill the streets of Columbia on Thursday as the community turns out to support victims of domestic violence. The event raises money for the Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands and brings awareness to the free services provided to survivors of sexual assault and abuse.
Children love stories. Parents tell stories when children are scared or when it's bedtime. And at some point, children outgrow stories.