Bright says business has picked up for restaurants over the past year and would like that momentum to continue during Restaurant Week South Carolina.
“This was probably the best Black Friday we’ve had in years,”
A familiar face from a beloved television show entered a different world in Columbia Monday.
Supporting individuals’ mental health and wellness by unleashing your creativity. That’s the goal behind a new business that just opened their doors in the City of Columbia.
“When I first moved to Columbia South Carolina, Main Street was where you could bowl on it at 5 o’clock every day,” Rickenmann said. “I mean there was nobody here.”
“To ride down Main Street and interact with our fans and hear you screaming from the bottom of your heart how much you love us, it really resonates with me,” said Coach Dawn Staley.
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“This year is definitely better than last year. There are a lot of people out and everybody is more in the holiday spirit,” said Revente owner Heather Burns.
The Sally R. Brasley Foundation is hosting their first Nova Fest this weekend. The event will feature celebrity guest performances, food trucks and rides for the kids.
New art is coming to downtown Columbia. Thursday, Mayor Steve Benjamin and city council members will hold a public art dedication ceremony.