By Kyle Petersen | Friday, September 23, 10:24 am
This Saturday, the University of South Carolina’s McKissick Museum will host its fourth FOLKfabulous Festival, an annual showcase of the roots-oriented artists and artisans.
By David Travis Bland | Wednesday, September 21, 9:57 am
This week, the shop celebrates 15 years in business, but in the beginning, there were a lot of mental breakdowns.
8 Days a Week
By Free Times | Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Second City is the legendary Chicago sketch/improv troupe that’s a fertile breeding ground for some of the brightest comedy stars.
By Jordan Lawrence | Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Trustus Theatre announced Friday that Leila Ibrahim, the company’s executive director, had resigned her post, effective immediately.
Through Oct. 8 at if ART
By Kyle Petersen | Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Alternate Timelines, Greenville abstract visual artist and Furman University professor Katie Walker’s latest show at if ART Gallery in the Vista, is almost always about a kind of mapping.
Thursday at Richland Library (Main Branch)
By David Travis Bland | Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Write what you know — timeless advice for those putting words on the page. Michel Stone took this principle beyond her own personal experience and opened up a heart-wrenching and staggering world in her 2012 debut novel, The Iguana Tree.
Through Sept. 25 at the Columbia Museum of Art
By Tom Mack | Wednesday, September 7, 2016
For too long, certain segments of the general population have been forced to look at themselves through other people’s eyes and, consequently, bind themselves to other people’s expectations.
Not quite the "cool" factor of the 1960 version, but still a damned good remake of a damned good remake.
Surprise. Not a horror film. Just excruciating suspense.