Rocbottom Studios is a successful Columbia comic book artist and animator. In addition to working on exciting new projects, he is fighting against conventional ideas of art, providing opportunities for smaller artists and doing what he can to make Columbia's art scene more diverse.
From 1983 to 2019, these five movies and TV episodes are perfect for Thanksgiving Day viewing.
Gabe Turner, a fourth-year USC student, creates balloon sculptures and gifts them to libraries with a sentiment of art, creation and unrequited charity.
Service industry jobs teach student workers valuable lessons, from having conversations to maintaining a healthy life balance.
Twenty-two-year-old rookie filmmaker Cooper Raiff shares the experience of making his first feature-length and award-winning film, "S—house." The film is a college coming-of-age tale and stars Raiff as Alex, a lonely freshman who finds comfort in the presence of his RA Maggie, played by Dylan Gelula.
Bisexual erasure is a prevalent issue in the bisexual community, which undermines and overlooks an important aspect of a person's identity. By raising awareness, there will be a greater understanding that a person's sexual orientation is not "just a phase" or experimentation, but a part of who they are — that should be celebrated.
George Samellas opened a restaurant in the early 2000s with the help of his father. Today, it is a popular spot for city locals in search of Greek American cuisine.
Meet Your Cremator hot sauce brings the essence of heat to a flavorful level in Columbia. Find your mash of choice at Soda City Market on any given Saturday to give your taste buds a kick and try a blend of Carolina grown peppers.
One of Soda City's newest coffee vendors travels over an hour to serve customers drinks, no matter how odd the order.