Arts and Culture writer Brad Dountz gives the new album a B.
Black Friday has received mixed reviews — where some love the thrill of shopping at 3 a.m., others stay away and avoid Black Friday at all costs. Arts and Culture writers Kenna Coe and Shayla Nidever go head-to-head over the pros and cons with their takes on Black Friday.
"Arrival," released on Nov. 11, stars Amy Adams in the latest of science fiction film. The film delves into topics like humanity and humans' purpose on Earth.
The yearly event aims to support local businesses and artists and bring holiday cheer.
Harry Potter fans got a chance to enter the wizarding world ahead of the newest film’s premiere.
Meet Your Cremator sells organically produced hot sauces that vary in spice level from hot to extremely hot at Soda City and Rosewood Market and Deli.
National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is an annual challenge that asks writers to write a 50,000-word novel in 30 days.
Hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest has released their first album since 1998 and since the death of Phife Dawg, and the album is powerful and entertaining.
It has been 20 years since the live-action/animated movie “Space Jam” was released. Arts & Culture writer Taylor Evans discusses the significance of the movie to '90s kids.
Carolina Productions will be hosting a Foreign Film Festival in Russell House next week, exposing students to a variety of languages and cultures.
Izms of Art and One Columbia hosted the second-annual ArtLinc, allowing artists to cover the walls of Lincoln Street tunnel with chalk on Nov. 12.
Gardens of Gaea, a local business featured at Soda City, sells artistically arranged potted succulents.
Carolina Productions brought three comedians with disabilities to the Russell House in order to raise awareness of disabilities while also raising spirits with laughter.