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Bites & Sights Columbia SC Visitors Guide Winter 2014-15

Events in Columbia

8 Days: “In the Red and Brown Water” Opens at Trustus Theater

You’re a high school track star with a bright future ahead of you when your mother falls gravely ill. What do you do — keep pursuing your dreams in the form of a college scholarship, or put everything on hold to take care of Mom?

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A City on Fire

Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Burning of Columbia
Imagine a city on fire. Imagine fleeing into the streets, the air thick with black smoke and the unmistakable pungency of destruction and fear.

News + Opinion

Transportation Lobby Pushes for Roads Funding

South Carolina’s roads are in terrible shape, according to a new report from TRIP, a national transportation research group.
Lexington News Briefs: Okra Strut Under Investigation

Music + Nightlife

G-Eazy and Riff Raff Offer Contrasting Impressions of How White Rappers Approach Hip-Hop Culture

J. Cole may have overlooked two key names when he penned the last verse for his recent song “Fire Squad.”

Arts + Lifestyle

Local Computer Graphics Company Earns Academy Award for Technical Achievement

The next time you’re watching a Hollywood blockbuster and you see incredibly lifelike trees sprouting up, changing color or shaking in the wind amid an imaginary landscape, there’s a chance a little company in Lexington is responsible.
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