The ArtBreak Lecture series at the Columbia Museum of Art will host an event discussing Catawba pottery and traditions on Nov. 8. Brent Burgin, an archivist at USC Lancaster, will speak at the event to share his interpretation of different pottery pieces.
The recent announcement from Bethesda that it will stop sending out early review copies of their games to media sites is an anti-consumer move and could set the ground work for other companies to follow suit.
Many fans are divided over whether or not the latest The Walking Dead episode went too far with violence on screen. Two staff writers go head to head to talk about their differing opinions on the issue.
Columbia is hosting the multi-platinum selling saxophonist and songwriter Boney James as part of a three-day jazz festival.
Kenny Chesney fulfills fans' expectations and supersedes others’ with his influential new album Cosmic Hallelujah, which is packed with reminders of how to live life and what it means to truly live.
"Dracula: Ballet with a Bite," playing at the Koger Center this weekend, puts a modern spin on traditional ballet.
The Five After Five free concert series will come to a close this evening, featuring bands Villa*Nova and Nick Clyburn Band.
The Radio Dept. have soaked in the turmoil of today to register a potent protest product that is highly relevant and entertaining.
The Pet-a-Pup program is present during the Healthy Carolina Farmers Market through, providing students with knowledge of the PAALS organization and a few furry friends to interact with on the way to class.