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In 1786 Columbia was chosen as South Carolina's state capital and has been the capital ever since. By the 1840s, railroads running through Columbia carried cotton, not passengers. By 1850, almost all of Columbia's economic and commercial activities were related to cotton. Notable residents have included actor Aziz Ansari (Parks and Recreation), actress Kristin Davis (Sex and the City), actress Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds), the band Hootie & the Blowfish, musician Samuel Beam (Iron & Wine), musician Rob Thomas (Matchbox Twenty), rapper Young Jeezy, and former President Woodrow Wilson.

Population: 116278
Local Newspapers: Columbia Star The State
Local Sports Teams: South Carolina Gamecocks Columbia Blowfish (baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Carolina Allen University Benedict College Columbia College Columbia International University Remington College

Zip Codes associated with columbia, south carolina: 29016 29045 29053 29061 29063 29073 29078 29169 29170 29172 29201 29203 29204 29205 29206 29207 29209 29210 29212 29223 29229
Towns/Cities near columbia, south carolina : Woodfield Dentsville Cayce Oak Grove Seven Oaks Lexington Red Bank Springdale

Columbia News
Lexington Lidl Sets Opening Date

Finally joining the long line of grocery stores to open within a few-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard in Lexington is Lidl , with a soaring curved roof in the lot that used to occupy JT's Kia. The grand opening will be held Thursday, April 5, at 8 a.m., following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 7:40 a.m. The German-based grocery store started its United States expansion in the Southeast, including the closest one already open in Orangeburg .

Concerts in Columbia: Alarm Drum, Dear Blanca, Winter Jam, Pati LaBelle

Gangstagrass - Hip-hop mixed with old Southern music has been around for a while. Outkast sampled blues licks and harmonicas into their sound, and you got folks like Bubba Sparxxx.

Lexington County EMS Addresses Complaints about 911 Service at Irmo Town Hall

That was an important message from Lexington County Emergency Management officials during a town hall-style gathering for residents in Irmo Monday. The meeting was organized after questions arose about 911 service during an earlier open forum organized by Town Councilman Barry Walker.

Coach Dawn Staley gushes about Beyonce, Jay-Z tour stop in Columbia

The Queen of Gamecock Women's Basketball is weighing in on the Queen Bey's announcement to stop in Columbia during her and her husband's tour. Coach Dawn Staley is a fan of Beyonc and she isn't shy about it! During an interview on Wednesday, she talked about how excited she is to see the superstar, alongside her husband Jay-Z, in concert.

Saluda Riverwalk Rolls Forward Over Objections

The $6.5 million project, funded by the Richland Penny and spearheaded by the River Alliance, will create three miles of riverside trail and boardwalk stretching upstream from Riverbanks Zoo, with a parking lot and river access. Construction began last summer.

Experimental Chamber Quartet Yarn/Wire Plays on the Edges of Contemporary Music

There's something surprisingly elegant about the unusual pairing of two pianists with two percussionists in a chamber music group - particularly when you're talking about playing the kind of adventurous, boundary-pushing avant-garde compositions that fall under the "new music" head of contemporary classical work being made today. "It just sort of happened that way," shrugs pianist Laura Barger, a co-director of the New York City-based Yarn/Wire, which has thrived with that eclectic personnel, becoming an urgent force on the contemporary classical scene.

Columbia City Ballet Star Regina Willoughby Ends Her Two-Decade Run This Weekend

If it is a ballet dancer's job to create art with their body, then Regina Willoughby is without question one of the greatest artists in the history of the Columbia City Ballet. In addition to being a stunningly beautiful dancer, Willoughby's body is a physical marvel that she's honed over 30 years with extensive cross-training and pilates work.

Columbia Filmmaker's Directorial Debut to Premiere at Spotlight Cinemas

Independent filmmaker Andrew Gajadhar is ebullient when talking about his directorial debut, particularly when it comes to the opportunity to showcase it on the silver screen. A lofty goal, perhaps, but the Columbia resident will get his first shot at theatrical exhibition this week.

Rant and Rave: Met On Halloween

Met on Halloween. Engaged on Valentine's Day. Married on St. Paddy's Day. Thirty-three good years.

Police: Man, woman charged in death of 3-month-old daughter

Police say a 3-month-old girl died in South Carolina last month and now her parents are charged with unlawful neglect of a child. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts tells The State of Columbia that Safarii Taylor died from neglect and positional asphyxiation.

A new lawsuit might finally help S.C. inmates with Hepatitis C get the treatment they need

Dustin Steele was taking a shower when he cut his thumb on a razor left on a soap dish at the Ridgeland prison in March 2015. Steele, 37, says he got used to unhygienic conditions and stray toiletries during his three-and-a-half years at the men's medium security prison in Jasper County, but he wasn't expecting to have to see a doctor because of it.

Music Review: Joal Rush's Kaleidoscope Emotions

Nashville-via-Camden singer-songwriter Joal Rush explores various twists on modern country with his latest release, Kaleidoscope Emotions . With clear intent and clean musicality, it comes as no surprise that he has shared stages with the likes of the Zac Brown Band and Styx.

Benjamin Says He Won't Be Running Mate of Upstate Candidate for Governor

An Upstate man who is attempting to mount a petition campaign for governor is still looking for a running mate. One thing is for certain: It won't be Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin.

Crime Blotter: Package Thief

This information comes from local police reports. It does not mean anyone is guilty.

Under the Radar: Roundtable, Performance & Jam Session

In the last three years, ColaJazz has done a lot to bring the spotlight to its titular genre here in the Midlands - presenting concerts, releasing a sampler of impressive local talent, and reaching a new zenith by packing the Music Farm for its first ColaJazz Festival in February, an event headlined by Columbia-reared jazz heavyweight Chris Potter. Tonight, the organization holds a roundtable discussion to brainstorm ideas to help the local jazz scene continue to grow.

FT Roundup: One Charged in Five Points Shooting

In the early hours Sunday following St. Pat's in Five Points, as bars closed for the night at 2 a.m., 22-year-old Arthur Jones Jr. of Hopkins is accused of shooting "multiple times into a large crowd" near Greene and Harden streets. Three people were injured, two of whom remain in critical condition.

Concerts in Columbia: Styles & Complete, 2 Slices, Cloverfest

Prettier Than Matt - You simply can't argue with Prettier Than Matt's music. It's sugar pop at times but always with musicality.

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