“I Got a Ringer of a Life, Dude”: Comedy at Red Door Tavern

By David Travis Bland | Thursday, September 18, 11:37 am

Steel Drums on Main Mark Launch of Public Art Project

By Dan Cook | Wednesday, September 17, 11:34 am
8 Days a Week

D.L. Hughley and Festivals Galore

By Free Times | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Back when John McCain was running for president, comedian D.L. Hughley had a few choice words.
Theater Review

A Frothy Opening to Trustus’ 30th Season

Lots of Laughs, Little Heft in Tony-Winning Season Opener
By August Krickel | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike won six major awards in New York for best new play in 2013.
Arts Feature

The Last Festivals of Summer

State Museum, Rockaways Host Festivals on Saturday
By Anne Postic | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
In addition to this week’s big SC Pride Festival, there are two more festivals taking place on Saturday.
Arts Feature

USC Symphony Kicks Off Season with Russian Masterworks

Cellist Zuill Bailey Performs Prokofiev in Sept. 18 Concert
By Jude Fox | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
As a student ensemble, the University of South Carolina Symphony orchestra has had just under four weeks to prepare for its first concert, Russian Extravaganza.
Arts Feature

Influential Goya Works Headed to Lake City

Exhibition Shows There’s More to Small Town than ArtFields
By Shani Gilchrist | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Lake City has attracted a great deal of attention over the past two years with its ambitious ArtFields festival.
Art Review

South Carolina Abstract Artist Gets First Solo Exhibition in Home State

A review of James Busby’s Figure 8, on view at the 701 Center for Contemporary Art through Oct. 12
By Amanda Ladymon | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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.
Art Review

Marcelo Novo, Eric Miller Return to Columbia with Reflective Work

Moving Out and Growing Up
By Shani Gilchrist | Wednesday, September 10, 2014
There seems to be a theme of the prodigal artist running through Columbia’s galleries this season.
S.C. Authors, S.C. Books

Still a Hot Issue: Who Burned Columbia and Why?

Retired Professor Revisits Sherman’s 1865 March
By Charlie Nutt | Wednesday, September 17, 2014
“War is hell,” Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman said.
Cultural Season

Cultural Season 2014-15

Comprehensive Calendar of the Arts in Columbia
By Free Times | Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Columbia has long been home to a vibrant local arts community, and it’s only getting more active.

Tales From the Script

More GEN XX-ers Fight to the Death in “The Maze Runner”

By James Scott | Friday, September 19, 6:58 pm
If you don't ask questions, you won't get answers you don't like.

Parks Schools Long in Canadian and Pinnipedal Etiquette in “Tusk”

By James Scott | Friday, September 19, 12:13 pm
Subtle dialogue scenes can be more frightening than some crazed slasher jumping out of a closet every few minutes to punish teenagers for having sex
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