After a brief restart last fall, the nation’s oldest continuously operating community theater is back in action again.
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One happy return as COVID-19 (hopefully) keeps up its slow departure from the front of our minds: album release celebrations.
Part one of the “No Address” documentary series, which will touch on homelessness in another place with each new installment, examines an unanimous Columbia City Council decision in 2013 that criminalized the homeless.
With the warming weather comes a bevvy of opportunities to engage with Columbia’s preeminent orchestra.
Columbia’s Brandy and the Butcher band put out one of last year’s best hard rock releases, and then, well, couldn’t do too much about it due to COVID-19.
The former employees of the Nickelodeon Theatre that comprise the Frame x Frame Film Club continue their efforts to, per their website, “amplify voices that have historically been oppressed and marginalized in the Midlands of South Carolina, and beyond."
Four Columbia acts will see how they measure up to the Man in Black, covering Cash on the occasion of his birthday at Indah Coffee.
With innovative recordings and performances praised for their exuberance, virtuosity and nonchalance, the 20-member Alarm Will Sound orchestra has set the bar for risk-taking approaches to contemporary classical music.
This week, Historic Columbia allows people to watch director Wes Craven’s meta-murder mystery “Scream” in socially distanced pods.