As measures to combat the COVID-19 outbreak amp up, local small businesses are struggling to make ends meet.
As you settle into your self-quarantine, here is a brief guide to help navigate the next few weeks of online coursework.
"Love Is Blind" takes 'blind dates' to the extreme and delivers unbelievable ups and downs.
"Little America," an Apple Plus exclusive TV show, highlights the touching stories of American people and the many backgrounds that make up the American identity.
The Columbia Museum of Art opened an exhibit from Kirk Hammett's personal collection of cinematic horror and sci-fi oriented artwork and pieces.
The McKissick Museum on campus explores the history of the women of USC in the new exhibit, "A Woman's Right."
The Hails debut tour will be kicking off at Five Points music pub The White Mule.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Girls Block Music Festival is aiming to promote female singers and songwriters in the Columbia area.
"Sporadically Board with Mike and Dan" is an interesting podcast about a niche subject.
As Black History Month comes to a close, it's a good time to appreciate the achievements of black individuals in all areas, which include music. This playlist doesn’t just reflect the present struggle of black individuals, however, but it also envisions a better future for people of all races.
The Carolina Mountaineering and White Water Club provides students with many opportunities to experience nature across the Southeast.
The Columbia City Ballet is bringing the Roaring '20s to the Koger Center with its production of "The Great Gatsby."
From sweating out toxins to stretching with baby goats, local Columbia yoga studios offer tons of opportunities for students to explore.
Tame Impala's new album release "The Slow Rush" is refined groove. "The Slow Rush" brings time to life, despite it's time for mastery.
While both New Brookland Tavern and The Senate venues are well-known and loved by the Columbia music scene, they each have a list of pros and cons.