Category Archives: Arts and Entertainment

South Carolina Philharmonic 2018/2019 Advisory Council Members

COLUMBIA, S.C. – In its second year, the S.C. Phil’s Advisory Council grows to 89 members. The S.C. Philharmonic’s Advisory Council is a group of prominent citizens and leaders who understand how the arts, especially the Philharmonic, is vital to the growth and success of our community. The council is led by co-chairs Charlotte Berry…
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Homeless Helping Homeless presents Silent Voices

Homeless Helping Homeless presents "SILENT VOICES -Voices of Power"-a unique and inspirational evening of music, dance, spoken word, rap and more, presented by homeless artists, Thursday November 15, 2018, at Tapps, 1644 Main Street, Columbia, SC. Performances are based on life experiences of the homeless artists and show how we are more alike than we…
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Get Writing! Draft a Novel in 30 Days This November

Columbia, SC- Are you ready to write the next great American novel or New York Times best seller? Richland Library wants to help aspiring authors with a first draft of their book during the 20th anniversary of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Each November, there is a challenge to write 50,000 words for a book…
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One Book, One Community Selection a Timely Read around Veterans Day

Columbia, SC- Share your passion for reading by joining Richland Library for a month-long, community-wide initiative and snagging a copy of this year's One Book, One Community selection - The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien. A timely read around Veterans Day, The Things They Carried is a ground-breaking meditation on war, memory, imagination and…
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Capital City Big Band Concert at the Lourie Center

The Lourie Center in partnership with the Capital City Big Band (CCBB) will present a dance and concert of live music Friday November 9, from 7-9 p.m. Tickets for the concert are $10 available at the Lourie Center, through the website, or at the door. Reserved seating can be made by ticket purchases of 6…
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