“Kubo and the Two Strings” continues the animation domination of 2016 with stunning stop-motion action and a highly creative and funny story.
Columbia will welcome Soda City Comic Con to its second year when it is held this weekend at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
With Young the Giant's newest album, "Home of the Strange," they mix their old indie rock sound with many new elements and address social issues in their songs.
Al Black, the director of the sixth annual Rosewood Art and Music Festival, talks about the activities and attractions that attendees can look forward to at this year's festival.
The Columbia Museum of Art hosted its quarterly event, Arts and Draughts, despite heavy rain, drawing an immense crowd.
Lindsey Stirling’s third album, “Brave Enough,” is creative and fun despite the fact that its many guest vocalists limit Stirling’s ability to shine.
We all know and love high school films such as “The Breakfast Club” and “High School Musical.” However, after the transition from 12th-grader to undergrad, relatable college films can be hard to find. Here are four classic coed films to which all students can relate.
DC Comics tries again to flesh out its cinematic universe, this time with the “Worst. Heroes. Ever.”
The script of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” gives fans a heartwarming and encouraging last look at The Boy Who Lived.