Cool Beans, located just off the Horseshoe, has provided coffee for the Columbia area for 23 years.
Music outlets completely fail to understand alternative music and mislabel many artists as alternative by doing so.
Local hip-hop artist FatRat Da Czar will host an album release event for his recent release "Tribe" at Columbia Museum of Art that features many local rappers and producers.
Off Off Broadway's latest production is a student-written adaptation of “Star Wars: A New Hope.”
"Doctor Sleep" is a sequel almost 40 years in the making to the iconic horror film, "The Shining."
International Education Week fosters international exchange and forms connections amongst USC's domestic and international students.
Matt and Kim's lead vocalist talks about his experience in this genre-fluid duo, where the experience is just as important as the music itself.
Gourmet mini-burger restaurant BurgerIM comes to Columbia to serve specialty burgers and customizable milkshakes.
Students at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind worked with artist Bob Doster to create the abstract sculpture located in the Vista on the corner of Lincoln Street and Senate Street.
ReformED is a play based on real surveys and data about the issues that teachers and faculty face throughout the U.S.
After being forced to relocate, the arts center has revealed its plans moving forward.
Carolina Productions hosted musical comedian Jon Fisher for Fresh Faces of Comedy Wednesday evening at Russell House Theater. The comedian entertained the audience with stories about a raccoon incident, waiting tables at Dave and Buster's and more.
'Daybreak's' unique storytelling takes an otherwise serious plot and gives it a comedic twist.