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Indie Grits 2014 | Of Montreal
Of Montreal played at the Columbia Museum of Art on April 17 as part of the Indie Grits festival.
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The London Free Press
Visit South Carolina's award-winning Riverbanks Zoo and Garden
Heathcliffe the koala poses for the camera in his enclosure at the Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens in Columbia, S.C. PHIL RABY/Special to QMI Agency Clipped to a steel cable and suspended 12 metres above the ground, I was about to find out why South Carolina's award-winning zoo is called Riverbanks.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
The Times Leader
A Pittston connection to newest saint
When it was announced that Pope John Paul II would be coming to Columbia, South Carolina, in September, 1987, 10-year-old Jennie Elizabeth Clark was as anxious as anyone to see the Holy Father, never foreseeing a handshake or a personal blessing.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Columbia yard, garage and estate sales Saturday, April 19
Those looking for clothes, shoes and purses will want to stop by a yard sale at 108 Quail Field Rd .
Lexington County Chronicle
Two men busted for soliciting sex near Irmo
Lexington County Sheriff's Department deputies on Thursday, April 17 said they arrested the two men after deputies saw them performing "illicit sexual acts' at a public boat landing on the Saluda River at 9 Radio Lane near Irmo.
VA: Man will get warning instead of $525 citation for $.89 drink refill
Officials with the VA Medical Center in downtown Charleston say a North Charleston man who was initially federally charged with a $525 fine for an $.89 drink refill will instead be given a warning.
CFD: Child playing with lighter starts fire
A child playing with a cigarette lighter caused a Friday morning house fire in Columbia, according to the Columbia Fire Department.
Moke McGowan leaving LI Convention & Visitors Bureau
Moke McGowan announced plans Thursday to retire in September from his post as president of the Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, a job he's held for 10 years.
The Island Packet
Correction: Stand Your Ground story
The proposal from Rep. Harold Mitchell would have allowed deadly force in those scenarios.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
West Columbia Police: Man Arrested for Attempted Murder, Kidnappinga
West Columbia, SC West Columbia police have arrested a man who broke into a woman's home and attempted to sexually assault her.
Strawberry Farmers Getting Ready for Cold Weather
With temperatures expected to drop into the mid 30's Wednesday night, certain crops may be at risk, especially strawberries.
Tiger Paw Painted on USC Football Field
University of South Carolina police are investigating after someone spray-painted the field of Williams-Brice Stadium with a Clemson Tiger logo.
Tonkotsu Ramen at Menkoi Ramen House
And for good reason, since I was such a student, years before Menkoi, Columbia's first and only authentic ramen house, opened downtown.
Thousands will need new licenses
Starting May 1, the District of Columbia will begin issuing new driver licenses -- called the REAL ID credential -- that comply with exacting federal security standards.
Aaron Graves of Those Lavender Whales Got Cancer - Then a Whole Lot of Help
When Aaron Graves began to experience a bad string of migraines about two months ago, he didn't think too much of it.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Palmetto Conservation Foundation unveils trail though Columbia
It's a trail in our state that will stretch from the mountains to the coast and Columbia is right in the heart of it.
DSS Director Testifies After Months of Questions
Columbia, SC - After months of waiting for answers from the top on trouble at the Department of Social Services, a senate subcommittee looking into the agency heard testimony on Wednesday from Director Lillian Koller.
Openings in Columbia SC: Transcendence, Heaven is for Real
A Haunted House 2 A Haunted House was to ghosts what Scary Movie was to slashers.
Join a Camp Asylum dig site tour on April 18 and 25
Join Dr. Chester DePratter and his team from the South Carolina Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology for a tour of the Camp Asylum archaeological dig site on the Bull Street campus.
Artworks by USC faculty, students at auction
The school's 59th annual art auction is scheduled for Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the McMaster Gallery on the corner of Senate and Pickens Streets in Columbia.