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  1. The White Mule to Reopen in Five Points Alongside Music Industry IncubatorRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Free Times

    It's a relatively soft opening for now, as several aspects of the club are still falling into place. The kitchen, for instance, won't be ready, so food will come from a still-to-be-announced food truck.

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  2. 2018-19 Comprehensive Calendar of the ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Free Times

    I have to say, I feel mighty optimistic about the state of the Midlands arts scene as this year's Comprehensive Calendar of the Arts arrives. Whether you prefer your culture "fine" or "popular" - or feel that such distinctions are bunk - there are more options than ever.

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  3. Businesses Shuffling on the 1600 Block of Main StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Free Times

    Michael's Cafe is operating in a temporary "pop-up" location at 1625 Main while its normal spot at 1620 Main is being remodeled. Michael's Cafe is operating in a temporary "pop-up" location at 1625 Main while its normal spot at 1620 Main is being remodeled.

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  4. Thursday Night Jazz Returns to Hunter-GathererRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Free Times

    Back in May 2014, Main Street's Hunter-Gatherer Brewery & Alehouse canceled one of its most reliable traditions - the weekly Thursday jazz workshops Skipp Pearson started 17 years earlier. A beloved night of music for its many regular attendees, and a proving and learning ground for many musicians who would eventually grow into some of the best players on the local scene, the event - begun by the late saxophone legend Pearson, and taken over by friend and trumpeter Mark Rouse when the founder's health began to fail him - remains one of Columbia's most fondly remembered events.

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  5. On Tap: Columbia Resumes Drinking OutdoorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    The skies have parted, it's starting to cool off, and it's a USC away game week, so that means there are more festivals going on this weekend than you can shake a stick at. First up is River Rat Brewery's Oktoberfest .

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  6. A Guide to Desserts at the Greek FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    It happens every year. It typically starts with a gyro and fries, appropriately eaten curbside while admiring the dancing and watching the crowd descending onto Columbia's Greek Festival.

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  7. Chew On This: Stock Up on Future Hurricane Snacks NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Preparing for Hurricane Florence sent Columbians into their typical pre-storm flurries to the store to secure bread, milk, toilet paper and the almighty bottled waters. Stores began running out as early as Monday, Sept.

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  8. Jok at Baan SawanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Chef Alex du Monde at Baan Sawan gets you. His take on Thai jok, which he describes as "a comfort food, a late-night snack, or a hangover cure, like chicken bog," is on the menu this week and it's exactly what you want.

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  9. Rant and Rave: I Like RaccoonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Does anybody out there know where I can get a Philly cheesesteak that comes close to the ones Pizza Man used to serve? Rock for Recovery volunteers are showcasing rocking chairs, but they never offer to let you ride in them. Typical bait and switch.

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  10. UPDATED: Solicitor Dan Johnson Indicted by Feds, Suspended by McMasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Already cast aside by voters and eviscerated by the press, embattled Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson's problems just got a hell of a lot deeper. On Tuesday, Johnson and former Fifth Circuit Solicitor's Office communications director Nicole Holland were indicted by a federal grand jury, and are now facing charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and theft of federal funds.

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  11. Pete Souza, Who Chronicled the Obama White House in Photos, Takes on TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    As White House Chief Photographer through all eight years of the Obama administration, Pete Souza reached a career pinnacle - but it was only after it was all over that he became something of a social media superstar. "I certainly have gotten more followers on Instagram since the election," he said in an interview with Free Times .

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  12. News. Brief.: Public Hearing Set on SCANARead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    The Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, in connection with SCANA's nuclear debacle at V.C. Summer.

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  13. Staring Down the End of Its Renovations, the Columbia Museum of Art Looks to Broaden Its AppealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Sitting in the front lobby of the Columbia Museum of Art, Della Watkins has window panes on her mind. Specifically, she's worried about the ones that need to get installed into the impressive curved canopy atop the building's nearly completed second entrance on Main Street.

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  14. Musically Ambidextrous Bassist Reggie Sullivan Curates Series at Harbison TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    You wouldn't necessarily know it from talking to him, but bassist Reggie Sullivan is one of the most prominent figures in Columbia's music scene. A masterful instrumentalist and svelte singer-songwriter who is comfortable in almost any role, from playing in a jazz combo in the corner of a pub to delivering dynamic, hook-filled pop-rock tunes as a frontman on a festival stage, Sullivan has made a brand of being flexible to what the situation calls for.

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  15. Jump, Little Children Is Back On Record, More Itself Than Ever BeforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    When the members of beloved Charleston band Jump, Little Children stepped into a studio together for the first time in 14 years they had little in the way of a plan, according to the Bivins brothers, Evan and Matt, who talked to Free Times as they were preparing to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Florence last week. "Every other record we've made, the songs had been played live on tour so much they didn't change in the studio," Evan says.

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  16. Concerts in Columbia: She Returns From War, Daniel Levin Trio, Old...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    Borgore - There's something fundamentally empty about the music that producer Borgore makes - which isn't necessarily the worst thing. After all, if you're the kind of sonic addict who lives for hip-hop and metal-inflected dubstep with massive drops and don't mind callow lyrics and a bit of steady staidness in your musical diet, this show is going to be your absolute jam.

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  17. Susan Courtney's Award-Winning Book Explores Stereotypes of the South and WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    If you've ever watched a movie and found yourself thinking either the world below the Mason-Dixon Line is a vast, creepy, backward Slough of Despond, or the American West looks like a paradise of freedom, Susan Courtney knows the feeling. For the University of South Carolina professor, who grew up in California and has spent most of her professional life in Columbia, the easy categorization of blue and red, and West and South, isn't just geographical and political.

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  18. Jubilee Festival Celebrates Four Decades in ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    If last year's attendance estimate is any indication, about 3,000 people will come out to the Mann-Simons Site, a hub of African-American businesses for more than 125 years that is now a museum. They'll see everything from gospel choirs to jazz ensembles to storytellers, dancers and artists, all focusing on aspects of African-American culture.

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  19. Columbia's New Semi-Pro Soccer Team to Kick Off First-Ever Home SlateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    You'll have the chance for that kind of experience this weekend, as Columbia's Soda City FC is set to play the first home game of its inaugural season Saturday at Saluda Shoals Park. Soda City will face off with San Lee FC, a squad from Sanford, North Carolina, in the first home tilt.

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  20. Review: Pell Exhibition Offers Fascinating Exploration of IdentityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Free Times

    In studying the concept of the self, many scholars have focused in recent years on how much of our individual identity is based on performance. That is to say that everyone of us puts on a performance in society.

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