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Theatre Review: MadLab’s Stumbling Slog of The Star

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: MadLab’s Stumbling Slog of The Star

MadLab ends 2016 on a disappointing note with The Star, a new play written and directed by Artistic Director Jim Azelvandre. Billed as “a fairy tale,” an alien visitor (McLane Nagy) crashes to earth clad in a silver bikini and go-go boots right out of a 60s romp, not speaking English or quite knowing how to […]

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Cure for the Holiday Glut Found in Indie Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Cure for the Holiday Glut Found in Indie Theaters

Oh so many movies came out last week! But the Hollywood glut has made way for some weekend-after fasting, with precious little worth seeing in the multiplex. Thank goodness for our abundance of independent theaters – those wonderful little worlds where you will find the films worth catching this weekend. Christine There’s a moment in […]

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Theatre Review: August Wilson Festival Ends on Another High Note with Radio Golf

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: August Wilson Festival Ends on Another High Note with Radio Golf

PAST Productions present the final play of August Wilson’s American Cycle to close the August Wilson Festival in conjunction with Short North Stage. Their riveting Radio Golf, directed by Truman Winbush, Jr., opened on Thursday in the Green Room of the Garden. Radio Golf caps the cycle both chronologically, set in 1997, and for the playwright, premiering […]

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Mega Weekend Winter 2016 – Vol. 1

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Weekend Winter 2016 – Vol. 1

It’s weekend time again! You can still share your thoughts on the state of the arts with GCAC. Contests to win tickets to 105.7 the Xmas party featuring The Struts! Nominate your picks for the Best of 2016 awards. Thursday Today is A Reason to Dine, where many restaurants come together to support HIV/AIDS awareness. The […]

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America’s Greatest Films Come to The Drexel

Hope Madden Hope Madden America’s Greatest Films Come to The Drexel

The Drexel Theatre starts its New Year’s resolution early. Richard Stoff, Chairman of Friends of the Drexel — the nonprofit organization behind the historic Bexley cinema – just wants to say thanks. After years of renovations – from roof to restrooms, seating to digital sound and more – the Drexel Theatre wants to thank all […]

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Local YouTuber Shares Her Life with Hundreds of Thousands

Hannah Herner Hannah Herner Local YouTuber Shares Her Life with Hundreds of Thousands

Columbus resident Myka Stauffer takes videos of her life and shares advice — with thousands of her closest friends. Since Stauffer began posting videos on YouTube three years ago, she’s gained over 124,000 subscribers on her main channel and 55,000 on her daily vlog channel. To date, she has posted over a thousand videos. Stauffer […]

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Metallica, Soundgarden & Korn to Headline Rock on the Range 2017

Walker Evans Walker Evans Metallica, Soundgarden & Korn to Headline Rock on the Range 2017

The 11th annual Rock on the Range concert will return to Mapfre Stadium on May 19th, 20th and 21st, and the festival announced today its biggest lineup to date. Metallica, Soundgarden and Korn will each headline the three nights of the event, with over 50 supporting bands playing throughout the weekend. “After our record breaking Ten […]

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