Frances McDormand's quiet grit stars in Chloé Zhao's patient and unrelentingly realistic look into the life of a modern nomad.
Squishmallows — adorable, plush stuffed animals — are getting harder and harder to come by as they grow in popularity with all ages. That doesn't stop collectors from hunting for them.
"In Pizza We Trust," a mantra of Stoner's Pizza Joint located in the Main Street District. The joint makes oven-fresh pizza, fast: a college kid's dream.
Mt. Joy, an indie band from L.A., announced a socially-distanced tour set which will stop in Columbia on May 15. Lead singer and guitarist, Matt Quinn, spoke to The Daily Gamecock about everything that has happened to the band in the past year.
A number of Columbia's historic Black locations have been lost over the years, but not all are gone. Check out these three landmarks that are still standing today.
Who doesn't love animals? With Canvas Zoo, artist Jalen Jennings brings out the charisma of your pets with colors and creative techniques. With each purchase, a donation is made for wildlife and animal protection organizations.
Soda City patrons recognize Anthony Walker for crafting cigar box guitars, but that only scratches the surface of the hobbies he's acquired over the years.
First-year students share their experiences cooking in USC's residence halls and offer helpful advice to other student cooks.
Diving into the unfamiliar is a theme for musician Marcus Gullen. Whether it’s using a loop pedal for the first time during a live show or finding innovative ways to overcome the obstacles of the pandemic, Gullen finds immense value in just going for it.
Fen Rockwell, John Slice and Max Joseph are three USC students who have come together to form Soapwater Productions, an independent entertainment group that has, so far, produced eight short films.
"Judas and the Black Messiah," a masterfully constructed film from second-time feature director Shaka King, uses its story as a means to an end. Standout performances from LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya give this tale of betrayal potent political relevance.