Over 40 costumes from famous films are on display at the "CUT! Costume and the Cinema" gallery at the Columbia Museum of Art.
After a five year hiatus, "The xx" released their newest album, "I See You," on Jan. 13. The album brings back the band's haunting style with fresh takes on familiar themes.
Nintendo held an event Thursday night for their upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, where they gave gamers a look at the system in action as well as a taste of the games they can expect to play on it in the near future.
Trustus Theatre's upcoming show, "Boy," takes on heavy themes of gender identity and what it means to have choice taken from you. The show premieres this Friday, Jan. 13, and has showings through Jan. 21.
"Sing" suffers from a rocky start and never quite reaches the highs of other recent animated hits like "Inside Out" and "Zootopia," but it mostly redeems itself with a strong second half.
The lineups for Shaky Knees and Shaky Beats, two annual Atlanta music festivals that take place in May, have been announced and feature bands such as The xx and The Chainsmokers.
New Carolina Productions president Keifer Negri spoke to The Daily Gamecock about the organization's plans for the upcoming semester.
This semester, The Nickelodeon will feature two new film series occurring January through March, and has a new theme for DIY art festival Indie Grits.
After the poor reception of both "Batman v Superman" and "Suicide Squad," DC is running out of chances to firmly establish a lasting cinematic universe, and the "Wonder Woman" film in June might be its last shot.