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Cover Story: Flying the Flag

FT Happenings: Columbia’s Got Talent; Marvel Universe Live!

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Classical Review: Zuill Bailey Astounds in USC Symphony Performance

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Lexington News Briefs: Next Court Date Set for Nov. 13 in Child Killings

FT Roundup: The State Pokes Holes in Haley’s Job Claims

Arts Feature: ¡Fuerza! Confronts Domestic Violence Through Art

Classical Review: Zuill Bailey Astounds in USC Symphony Performance

The Playlist: Marc Broussard’s Authentic Southern Soul

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

FT Happenings: Columbia’s Got Talent; Marvel Universe Live!

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Food Feature: Tug Explores the Meaty Secrets of Arby’s

Growth & Development: A Quarry Quandary

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.

Music + Nightlife

Concerts in Columbia: Sept 18-24

Minneapolis-based folk singer Ellis Delaney has amassed a small but loyal following thanks to her immensely likeable stage presence.

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

South Carolina Abstract Artist Gets First Solo Exhibition in Home State

There is a quiet aura and an immediate sense of calm to the gallery space at the 701 Center for Contemporary Art the moment you walk through its double glass doors.

On The Cover

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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