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Whaley Street’s All-Local Farmers’ Market will add Wednesday nights to its schedule this week, offering up a social atmosphere and the wares of various local vendors to Columbia.
Tom Stanley's uncertain, halting prose sets the tone for several pieces shown in the "Triennial Revisited" exhibit which opened Thursday at the 701 Center for Contemporary Art gallery of 701 Whaley St.
Cicso technology connects classrooms
As yet another hot South Carolina summer rolled by, four new businesses were added to Columbia’s marketplace. From coffee to previously owned clothing, we recap the new offerings from new Columbia shops.
As the semester starts back up, so do the new seasons of various theaters around Columbia. For its first opening weekend, Workshop Theatre is putting on “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” directed by third-year theatre and media arts student, Rocco Thompson.
Clemson English professor first holder of endowed chair
The Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs (OFSP) helped 48 students receive awards this year for national fellowships.
The lines were only the beginning of the "Stepsisters' Lament" from Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" that saw Smith and Elissa Horell (playing Portia, the other stepsister) counting their losses to the belle of the ball, Cinderella, played by third-year international studies and theatre student, Sirena Dib. The dynamic between the two kept the audience chuckling and was one of the stronger components of the production.
This fall USC professor Lara Lomicka Anderson will be knighted by the French government for her work with social media and the French language.
WUSC is installing new software aimed at streamlining its electronic libraries.
Texan-based retailer Whole Foods will anchor a 74,326-square-foot shopping destination set to open in October 2012.
State Sens. Courson, Lourie, Land, Setzler, Leventis, Knotts, Malloy, Cromer and Gregory all collaborated on a resolution to name the field of the baseball stadium after USC’s head coach Ray Tanner. The resulting name, Tanner Field at Carolina Stadium, would be aimed at honoring Tanner for his work with the team in his past 15 seasons.
Those in the audience of the “Fight the Power: A Hip-Hop Film Series” event Friday at the Columbia Museum of Art erupted in laughter during a screening of the 2006 documentary “Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes” when Busta Rhymes said “We duct tape families, dude.”
University of South Carolina Board of Trustee members approved a $1.2 billion operating budget last Friday. The budget will go before the full board June 30.
Second-year English student Brogan Goodrich rescued a 6-year-old boy Saturday at the Bridges of Summerville community pool.
USC’s administration will propose a 3.9 percent tuition increase for undergraduate students at its Columbia campus and some salary increases for faculty and staff members at a board of trustees meeting Friday.
Under the label “Shovel Heds Yard Art,” Mahorsky recycles old farm and yard materials into art.
“We want to recognize the research done by undergraduates and the hand that the library has in that” said Marilee Birchfield, a librarian at the Thomas Cooper Library.
Third-year business student Alex Waelde launched DrinkingTicket.com Sunday afternoon in an effort to provide students with an online guide to legislation involving fake IDs, open containers, driving under the influence, among a variety of other violations.
“At one point,” said Eric Stockard, the owner S & S Art Supply, “it seemed like people were running in from the rain.”