Movie: “No Time to Die”
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Movie: “No Time to Die”
Last week, I Heart Mac & Cheese opened its first South Carolina location in Columbia. The restaurant, which started franchising locations in 2017, is a build-your-own style establishment specializing in mac and cheese bowls and grilled cheeses which customers can add a variety of meats, vegetables and other toppings to.
Recent USC graduate Mazie Cook had an idea to bring an artist co-workspace to Columbia last winter. Later that April, she realized her dream and decided to make it a reality by opening the NoMa Warehouse.
After her death in 1970, Mrs. Hope Iselin gave her 14-acre estate to the City of Aiken and almost 51 years later, the city still maintains that history as the Hopelands Gardens is open to the public.
Album: “Donda” by Kanye West
Starting a new semester can be hard, but it's especially challenging now as students go back to being in-person for the first time in months. In situations like this, a collection of songs can help anyone get up from the summer lounge chair and get some work done. Let this playlist rock you, roll you and explode your drive for success through the new semester and beyond.
With this summer came many new entertainment offerings you might have missed. For the first time since the pandemic began, movie theaters started to reopen, reviving the box office with blockbusters, such as "Black Widow" and "A Quiet Place Part II," in full force.
Movie: Zack Snyder’s Justice League
In our age of endless information, it’s too easy for days, months and years to blend together into one long wash of time. A fun and effective way to differentiate one year from the next is through popular culture. Here is a list of the most memorable movies, songs and memes that make every year since 2017 its own.
One of the most common emotions evoked by music is that of romantic longing. This type of music is easy for just about anyone to relate to, but there's another type of nostalgia evoked by love songs dedicated to a time or a place.
For the past few years, the University of South Carolina has been home to an event called Campus Movie Fest, a student film festival that highlights on-campus filmmaking talent. It was participating in this event that convinced Fen Rockwell, a fourth-year media arts student, to turn his attention from engineering to a filmmaking career.
Movie: “Judas and the Black Messiah”
The 1980s were an incredibly fruitful decade for romantic comedies. Whether you need a loving couple to invest in, sarcastic wit to laugh at or characters with honest emotions to relate to, some combination of these five films should have you covered.
Movie: “The Little Things”
With streaming habits becoming an ingrained behavior in American society, angst had risen over the long-term success of theaters before the pandemic hit, despite 2019 being a global record year at the box office.
Just as the 30-year nostalgia cycle predicted, the 2010s saw the style and sound of the '80s return to the forefront of American pop culture. Toto's cult hit "Africa" resurfaced as a sensation, "Stranger Things" took the entertainment world by storm and Hollywood decided it was time to ruin perfection and re-make "Robocop."
Thanksgiving Day football this year features some depressing matchups between the mediocre Lions and dumpster fires that are the Texans, Cowboys and Washington. Instead of ripping hair out in frustration that Houston traded Deandre Hopkins to Arizona for a bag of potato chips, turn to one of these films or TV episodes to relax after settling political disputes between grandparents at dinner.
Rookie filmmaker Cooper Raiff is the 22-year-old director, writer and star of the coming-of-age film "S—house," which debuted online in the SXSW film festival and took home the grand jury prize for Best Narrative Feature.