A glimpse at some of the most exciting releases we’re anticipating this year, featuring work from up-and-coming artists, to niche favorites and proven stars.
The CMA brings the painting that kickstarted Jackson Pollock's career to Columbia, with an informative flair.
Songs for the person you wanted to be in 2018, the person you will be in 2019, and everything in between.
Wilco lead singer Jeff Tweedy's first solo album, lead with honesty, explores deep subjects while avoiding melodrama.
Greta Gerwig and Jonah Hill illustrate the singular strengths actors bring to the table as filmmakers in their directorial debuts.
Rupi Kaur's work has ushered bundles of young female readers into contemporary poetry, but they deserve so much more.
Papa Jazz Record Shoppe offers a wide range of music, but more than that, it invites a diverse community of listeners united by their love of music.
West Columbia's New Brookland Tavern celebrated Halloween 2018 with a seasonally themed Emo Night, an event that featured local musicians covering popular emo music from the early 2000s.
The legacy of music in American protest movements provides us with an activist's roadmap that goes beyond the vote.
This year, the Columbia City Ballet's Dracula is back with a bite.