From DJing to discussions: how hip-hop culture has...
By Jayden Simmons | Dec 12, 2022
Columbia’s first animation studio is brought...
By Shakeem Jones | Dec 9, 2022
African martial sciences with Columbia’s gra...
By Shakeem Jones | Nov 22, 2022
One of Columbia’s first Black ballet dancers...
By Shakeem Jones | Nov 2, 2022
Darion McCloud: the storyteller who sows artistic ...
By Hannah Litteer | Apr 21, 2022
Teen who played Carnegie Hall says it was “surreal”
by Téa Smith | Feb 25, 2022
Ian Emmer, a Dutch Fork High School junior, gets the rare opportunity to play Carnegie Hall.Read More
History professor wants to help bring UofSC into 21st century
by Taylor Washington | Apr 22, 2021
As a co-chair on the Presidential Commission on University History, history professor Valinda Littlefield wants the commission’s work to do more than change controversial building names on campus.Read More
Pleading letters, cash offers and record competition for Columbia houses
by Mary Claire Warren | Apr 9, 2021
Competition in the housing market is quickly rising in Columbia as potential homebuyers struggle to set their offers apart in order to win bidding wars.Read More
Harriet Hancock LGBTQ+ Center attempts to bring the community together
by Sloane O'Cone | Mar 18, 2021
The Harriet Hancock Center is offering drag story time to draw attention to marginalized communities.Read More
Pet adoptions continue to climb during the pandemic
by Ryan Ducey and Mary Claire Warren | Feb 19, 2021
Throughout the pandemic, pet adoption rates have skyrocketed in South Carolina. Pet owners and official agencies explain why they think more people have started adoptingRead More
A growing community encouraged to become more involved
by Andrea Betancourt | Oct 30, 2020
As an emerging community, the Hispanic/Latino population in Columbia, SC is encouraged to take part in the Census and vote whenever they can.Read More
The show must go on – but pandemic makes it difficult
by Amoni Jerman | Sep 22, 2020
Columbia art institutions have had to adjust to a pandemic that has affected performances, work and business.Read More
Love in the time of coronavirus
by Laurryn Thomas | Apr 17, 2020
Spring is a popular time for weddings, but many couples are facing the tough decision of whether or not to cancel their wedding plans due to coronavirus.Read More
Main Street arts scene disrupted with Tapp’s Art Center move
by Kenna Coe | Oct 22, 2019
Tapp’s Art Center is searching for a new location after announcing their move from the iconic, historic building on Main Street.Read More
Drag makes waves outside LGBTQ+ community
by Heather Fordham | Apr 19, 2019
Drag culture is finding a place locally in ColumbiaRead More
S.C. Travel Excursion: Travelers Rest
by Bria Barton | Dec 20, 2018
Curiosities abound in a tiny mountain town in the Upstate of S.C.Read More
Chicken nuggets: A fried favorite full of history
by Turner Harrison | Nov 26, 2018
Who would have ever guessed that chicken nuggets would become an American culinary classic?Read More
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