It's probably going to snow 2 to 4 inches in the Midlands tomorrow!
Ashley Landess, executive director of the South Carolina Policy Council, will appear on an upcoming segment of the Daily Show. She'll talk about South Carolina's refusal to accept federal money to expand Medicaid — a position she supports. She told The State she doesn't know when the piece will air. And lest you think Landess isn't in on the jokes that Jon Stewart and company are likely to make at her expense, she told the paper she doesn't mind — as long as her message gets out: "If they are going to make fun of me a little bit? Please. You know that there are anonymous bloggers who get paid in this state to talk about how tired I look. At least Jon Stewart will be clever about it."
South Carolina will keep its coveted "first in the South" primary status for the 2016 presidential election.
Recently elected South Carolina GOP Rep. Tom Rice has joined the No Labels campaign, which aims to develop policy ideas that Democrats, Republicans and independents can all agree upon.
Darius Rucker won a Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance for a cover of "Wagon Wheel."
Relaxation, Pain Management, and Stress Relief
Licensed massage therapist Allison Morris of AMR Massage offers 50% off your first session and every 5th session free of charge. Click here for location, hours, and more information.
Make Your Own Beer and Wine!
Come get started on your “liquid hobby” and help us celebrate our 46th year in the Columbia area. Bet Mar Liquid Hobby Shop: 736 St. Andrews Road.
Surreal Innovation Salon Now Open
Columbia’s newest total care spa is now taking appointments and offering $10 off services $25 or more for first time clients. Location, hours, and more info here.
This Week @ Social
Edward Shouse performs Friday the 21st, and on Saturday Absolut Vodka presents A Night in Sweden, with specialty Absolut drinks and live music by Christian Slick. Follow us!
A Re-Imagined Christmas Carol at Trustus
Watch as five actors perform all the characters of Charles Dickens’ classic story and create a live musical score in a production that had audiences and critics raving last year. Get your tickets here!
Now Hiring in the Vista!
Hickory Tavern is opening mid-December and looking for bartenders, servers, hosts and kitchen staff. Apply in person: Click for details!
SEARCH FREE TIMES
Holiday Wish ListWhere to shop for gift ideas in Columbia this season: