In the first half of the twentieth century Columbia’s downtown was measured between the Statehouse and the Jefferson Hotel. Inside the Jefferson Hotel, the Chatter Box nightclub was a hotspot for... More
Generally a March visit to Columbia would be a spring time treat unless, of course, you are shot to death in the Jefferson Hotel cafeteria. Bell Captain John Bassard easily recalled March 8, 1940... More
In April 1963, U.S Attorney General Robert Kennedy arrived in Columbia to speak about the Kennedy administration’s concern about segregation and racial discrimination. While Kennedy praised South... More
J. Bardin is best admired for his abstract art. Indeed, he was one of the first South Carolinians to introduce the New York abstract movement to South Carolina in the 1950s. While a USC professor... More
Summer is just around the corner and it's almost time to show off your beach body! If you're looking for a fun way to get fit before the hot months hit, here's the perfect opportunity for you.