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Capgemini Expands in Columbia, S.C. with Advanced Technology Development Center

Capgemini, a global consulting and technology firm, announced today it is expanding its operations, with the opening of an advanced technology development center in the First Base building at BullStreet. Capgemini’s investment in Columbia will create 200 knowledge economy jobs in high-value and fast-growing technology areas, including: industry 4.0, digital strategy, cloud, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity,...
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Apply to Be Richland Library’s Next Artist-in-Residence

Richland Library is thrilled to announce we’re taking applications for fall 2018, spring 2019 and summer 2019 artist-in-residence positions. If you, or someone you know, is an artist, please consider this unique opportunity. The library is looking for artists, spanning all mediums: traditional/fine art performance installation sculpture filmmaking musical mixed media Initially developed in September...
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Killingsworth Home Hires New Executive Director

Killingsworth Inc., the non-profit Columbia home for women from crisis situations, has hired Donna Lollis as its next executive director. Lollis has served as interim executive director since January. Her new position is effective July 1. “Since beginning her tenure with us, we have been blessed by her dedication to our mission and, most importantly,...
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The Park Is Closed in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

“These creatures were here before us, and, if we’re not careful, they’re going to be here after.” — Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum). I do not believe any Jurassic Park sequel, ripoff, or ultimately remake will ever be as good a film as Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original. That is no reason not to try. Happily, director J.A....
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