Electric low tempo tunes, crafted Grey Goose cocktails and a crowd full of fashionably dressed 30-somethings can help one to paint what was opening night at Dahlia Bar & Lounge. The former Bucks & Pucks sports bar now houses a modern lounge for those looking to party a bit more maturely in the Arena District. […]
CorePower, one of the largest yoga businesses in the USA, opened a second location at the Easton Gateway today, February 12, 2016. Much larger than the previous location for CorePower at the Joseph in the Short North which opened earlier this year at 14 Millay, this CorePower site has two big yoga studio rooms with […]
Action heroes, horror movies, rom-coms, and documentaries – this weekend offers it all for frigid moviegoers and Valentines alike. And the surprise is that most of it is actually pretty great – which means 2016 is off to a promising start. Deadpool R-rated super hero movies are few and far between, but there are some […]
The Columbus Crew SC unveiled a new alternative jersey design on Wednesday, and the reaction might not have been exactly what the club was looking for. The generally beloved local team received a lot of opinions on the new design, and quite a bit of it was negative. USA Today’s FTW sports sub-site called the […]
Happy weekend! We just wrapped up Best Bites Sweet Treats and now hope you’ll be excited to join us in March for Best Bites Pizza! Thursday CATCO opens Mothers and Sons. Rowe and Samson are teaming up for a special fashion event at Rowe. Hoof Hearted opens their new spot today. If you want to […]
Supporting her latest EP, "The Comeback Queen", the accomplished vocalist and songwriter lands in Columbus to break a few hearts and kick a little ass on Valentine's Day.
When I started writing for Columbus Underground last year, my greatest hope was that I would have at least a couple of opportunities to sit down and have honest and revealing conversations with musicians, comedians, and actors about their craft. I never would have predicted that almost all of the artists about whom I’ve chosen […]
“I’ve been waiting for this for decades.” Yes, Chris Stults, Assistant Film/Video Curator at the Wexner Center for the Arts, is very excited about their upcoming screening of Out 1, a 13-hour film from 1971 directed by French New Wave renegade Jacques Rivette. So, what’s the big deal? “You’ll see to a lot of people […]