The Daily Gamecock

Kaitlin Wernet

O.A.R.'s new album 'King' takes crown

Just when summer is winding down, O.A.R. shows up with their latest album, allowing listeners to savor the mood signature to those lazy sunny days. “King,” the band’s seventh album, released Aug. 2, secures their place as royalty in the reggae-rock genre.With Billboard-topping hits, consistently sold-out concert tours and the confidence to proclaim themselves Of a Revolution, it would seem the band always knew they were destined for fame and stardom; in reality, they are just a group of guys who love to jam out — and it shows.

Deli combines friendly atmosphere, tasty dishes

Gourmet Shop offers signature chicken salad on croissant, servers’ Southern hospitality The Gourmet Shop, located in the heart of Five Points and just a few blocks away from campus, is the perfect vacation for your taste buds to get away from the college eating blues.

Cocktails host a cappella contest

USC’s all-female group brings charm, excitement to regional competition The Cocktails have raised their profile around campus and packed USC auditoriums with soulful ballads, innovative mash-ups and unique choreography.

‘The Suicide’ nothing to mourn

Longstreet Theatre brings rarely performed comedy to Carolina The words "suicide" and "comedy" are rarely paired together. But in the case of the Longstreet Theatre's latest production, it seems so right.

Coulier clowns around

‘Full House’ comedian ‘cuts it out’ for students in stand-up act On Thursday night in the Russell House Ballroom, the last thing students wanted Dave Coulier to do was “cut it out.”

‘Tupperware’ cast keeps it fresh

Comedy brings to light common issues for women in ’60s, relates to current generation’s troubles The writers from Comedy Central and Columbia’s Workshop Theatre bring to you a production featuring ... Tupperware?

'From Snapshot to Civic Action'

McKissick museum exhibit showcases photos, stories of Columbia public housing “A picture is worth a thousand words,” but in the case of the newest exhibit at the McKissick museum, it can be worth many more.

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