Ghanaian-born artist El Anatsui illustrates his provocative use of found-object art in his first U.S. solo show.
Through his advancement of the arts in Columbia, Paul Sturtz has shown he would make a good City Council member.
Pillows can be traced as far back as Mesopotamia (today’s Iraq) and ancient Egypt. Head rests were found in pharaohs’ tombs. Early versions were for the privileged and rich, according to “Really Useful: The Origins of Everyday Things” by Joel Levy, but they were hardly cushy. Most were solid wood, carved or curved slightly in the middle.
The Columbia Public School District is asking voters to approve a 54-cent tax levy. Based on an assessment by financial consultants, this increase, as well as an internal budget reduction of $5 million, will result in financial stability for the next five years.
Mrs. Sneed, 85, who was injured in the East Campus house explosion on March 14, died Thursday, according to Columbia fire officials.