The popular rapper, Waka Flocka, performed at the Music Farm Thursday night.
Bastille's sophomore album addresses relevant societal themes through catchy, upbeat songs.
"Shape Shift With Me," the seventh album from the punk band Against Me!, makes a return to the band's older sounds with mostly successful results.
Former American gymnast Shawn Johnson has postponed her Sept. 14 event at the University of South Carolina.
The Rosewood Art and Music Festival was held on Saturday, Sept. 10 and was a full day of local art, music and food for the Columbia community to enjoy.
A Day to Remember's sixth album, "Bad Vibrations," maintains their pop punk, radio rock and metal sounds while also boldly pursuing new directions.
"Tail Spin!" playing at Trustus Theatre Friday through Sept. 17 puts a comedic twist on famous political scandals.
The recent Fingerreisen art exhibition in the McMaster Gallery creates a mental adventure and displays new perspectives of the physical world we live in.
The Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour showcased eight independent short films selected from the festival, collected into a 95-minute program.
Released Sept. 2, “Poets & Saints” by All Sons and Daughters breathes new life and depth into traditional, historic Christian worship.