Category Archive: Entertainment

Courage against tragedy in ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian In light of our grieving and enraged political climate plagued by constant conflict and tragedy, where protests have turned violent, and “as always, everybody (has) believed what they… Continue reading

Land, Sea, & Air: Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The evacuation of forces from the Belgian beaches of Dunkirk was not an easy reality for the allied forces of Europe to face in 1940. Surrounded by German… Continue reading

Shoestring Players return from London to perform ‘Tapestry’

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players kick off their fall theatre season with the London Company production of “Tapestry,” an original devised play, performed at the Rose Theatre this summer while… Continue reading

The Line between fact and fiction: 20 years after Thomas Pynchon’s “Mason & Dixon”

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian As we trudge through the muck and sludge — the aftermath of our tempestuous history — America’s future often appears more like the undiscovered country of its past,… Continue reading

Musical performers of all genres invited to Spartanburg venue for open mic night Friday

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By Lucy McElroy Editor Spartanburg concert venue, GroundZero invites performers of all musical genres to showcase their talents at open mic night Friday at 6 p.m. All ages are welcome to attend the… Continue reading

An Evening with Carl Safina

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By: Stephanie Dawkins The author of Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel, will be joining USC Upstate on March 31. Safina has a B.A. from the State University of New York, a… Continue reading