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Entertainment WACH with Beasy Baybie: Grammy's and Midlands Happenings

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It's Monday so that means it's time for a very special edition of "Entertainment WACH" on Good Day Columbia with HOT 103.9's Beasy Baybie.

The 2018 Grammy Awards are what everyone is talking about...

When it came to the red carpet fashion, many of Hollywood's finest wore black to stand in solidarity for the #METOO movement just like they did at the Oscars.

Others added a white rose to their ensemble for the "Time Is Up" movement to further show that the conversation about gender equality is on-going.

It was a big night for singer Bruno Mars who walked away with not one but six Grammy Awards including "Record of the Year" and "Album of the Year."

Also winning big was Kendrick Lamar taking home the awards for "Best Rap Performance" and "Best Rap Album."

THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK:

WILD OUT COLUMBIA at The Comedy House happening on Wednesday, January 31 at 8 p.m. to be a night of laughs with Stand up Comedy, Improv, and Live Performances for those 21+.

MONSTER JAM is coming up this weekend with something for the entire family from big trucks to loud noises kicking off on Friday, February 2 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, February 3 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.

COLUMBIA JAZZ FESTIVAL will be jamming at The Music Farm on Saturday, February 3 featuring headliner Chris Potter.

REV. AL SHARPTON will be at The Columbia Convention Center on Saturday, February 3 from 3-5 p.m. to discuss “building a progressive SC”. This event is FREE but be sure to register in advance by contacting the Progress South Carolina for more details.

DEAL OF THE WEEK:

Remington College is still offering B.O.G.O. ("Buy One Get One") cosmetology services but only for the month of January so that special is wrapping up this week.

FATZ CAFÉ is serving kids under the age of 12 eat FREE on Mondays per adult entree. (NOTE: Deal may vary by location with some offering free entrees, some free Calabash; number of children allotted differs as well. Call the location first.)

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