Gamecock Entertainment collaborates with several student organizations to provide students with free entertainment and events. This spring, events planned include more comedy nights, a film competition and city-wide events surrounding the "Wicked" production.
Indie Grits Labs hosts an annual film festival and provides resources for people in Columbia to experience and learn about the arts.
Carolina Lights is the State Fair's first drive-thru light show. The cost is $20 and will continue through the holiday season.
Historic Columbia offers a holiday educational experience by showing the evolution of Christmas culture in South Carolina homes throughout the years.
USC graduate Libby Hawkins directs her first production, "Miss Bennet, Christmas at Pemberley," at Trustus Theatre.
USC's theater and dance program practices for months for the student showcase.
A Thanksgiving meal is typically centered on turkey, mac and cheese and creamy mashed potatoes, which leaves vegans with few options. Members of Care-olina Animal Advocates speak on ways they adapt classic dishes to fit their diet.