The world's largest private collection of artwork by M.C. Escher is on display at the CMA. Both the scientific and artistic community appreciates Escher because of his reality-distorting art, which has also influenced a large part of pop culture.
Whether you're new to thrifting or have been shopping secondhand for years, this thrift guide explains the impact buying used has on our environment, and how to find your next favorite piece of clothing.
A local woman saw the pandemic as an opportunity to pursue her dream after being laid off from her job. On Jan. 2, Kayla Smith opened Vista Nutrition, a healthy tea and shake shop with roughly 100 flavors to choose from.
Follow along with this delicious and easy shrimp dip recipe to make snacking the highlight of your Super Bowl Sunday.
A movie set in one location may sound dull, but director Regina King molds this adaptation of a play into a gripping, philosophical story.
John Lee Hancock's "The Little Things" features strong performances from its lead actors but lacks the style and storytelling technique to be an engrossing crime thriller.
Student ambassadors do more than what meets the eye.
The Upstate Music Awards is a new but increasingly large event that focuses on bringing recognition to local artists and musicians in the 864 area code.
The new Disney+ original show has proved to be a success among Marvel fans. The mysterious style of the show has left viewers dying to see what will happen next.
South Carolina has a rich musical presence and various popular musical scenes. Many artists, both popular and up-and-coming, contribute to this.
Nikita, the Wicked balances performing at Cotton Gin and producing his own songs. Inspired by artists such as Flume and Tame Impala, he said he hopes to push the envelope of electronic music.
Take care of yourself. Check out these campus resources, ranging from yoga classes to safe spaces.
McCutchen House offers fine dining and valuable training experience for USC hotel, restaurant and tourism management students. With the help of many, the historic building located on the Horseshoe continues to offer a restaurant run by Carolina students.
The Mad Platter Pottery studio has spent the last 23 years getting people excited about art and being creative. In this studio that is constantly adding and exploring new services, techniques and tools, beginners and seasoned artists alike are encouraged to visit and try something new.