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Photo Gallery: Strong: The 25th Annual SC Pride Parade and Festival

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Events

Columbia’s Got Talent at the Comedy House

Taking a break from its reliable stream of nationally regarded comics, the Comedy House presents a local spin on the similarly named network TV competition.

Food + Dining

Gelato and Sorbetto at Scoopy Doo

There was a time when you could walk down to Saluda Avenue in Five Points and enjoy delicious, homemade gelato and good coffee.

Arts + Lifestyle

¡Fuerza! Confronts Domestic Violence Through Art

¡Fuerza! — which means force, strength or power in Spanish — is more than just a show of strength for Columbia’s Hispanic artists. It’s a show of strength against the hideous force of domestic violence.

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Flying the Flag

South Carolina’s Pride Movement Celebrates a Quarter Century
Matt Tischler says he wasn’t nervous about Columbia’s first gay and lesbian Pride march — not about the way people would react, at least.
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