July 6, 2018 RSS feed / Arts & Entertainment

History lessons on Columbia’s Main Street

On a warm Monday morning, the Columbia SC 63 Project launched a special civil rights history walking tour designed for young audiences. Led by University of South Carolina history professor Dr. More...

Author to speak on The Petticoat Affair

The political battle over Peggy Eaton’s virtue and character caused President Andrew Jackson to fire his cabinet in 1831 and cost Vice President John C. Calhoun his almost certain chance to be President.  More...

S.C. Arts Commission honors four with fellowship grants

South Carolina artists in Charleston, Horry, Richland, and Spartanburg counties representing four arts disciplines received individual artist fellowships after approval by the S.C. Arts Commission board in Columbia. More...

Town Theatre gives back to My First Books SC

Saturday, July 14 will be a fun-filled day at Town Theatre as it hosts Be Our Guest—a fun and interactive day with Belle and her many friends in the enchanted castle. More...