As summer starts winding down, we have several festivals going on, an end-of-summer block party in Grandview, Clippers games, outdoor movies, and comedy. Ticket contests include: Promowest shows: The Claypool Lennon Delirium; and Ohiolina, 90s Fest, and Country Night Lights. Thursday Tonight, head to the Big Room Bar for Improv Wars and help support the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of […]
Columbus Crew SC’s rubbish 2016 season continued on Wednesday night as the home side fell 2-1 to the rookies of Philadelphia Union at MAPFRE Stadium. Fabian Herbers opened the scoring after 60 minutes of lacklustre action with a possible handball followed by a cross-goal shot that beat Crew `keeper Steve Clark. Adam Jahn appeared to […]
“The more times I come, the better I feel,” said Robin just before an active, stretchy yoga class at the new Yoga Well-Being location at 1510 Hess St. in 5XNW. Over her 30-year career teaching yoga and meditation, owner Sipra Pimputkar, has helped thousands of students. “The main thing is to be mindful,” Sipra says. […]
A perennial meeting place for Columbus' funniest improv comics, the long-running series will host a benefit show to benefit the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Ohio on Thursday, August 25.
Every three months, improv comedy troupes from around Columbus gather at CD102.5′s Big Room Bar in the Brewery District for Improv Wars. The concept is relatively simple: each week of the “war” consists of a show in which a bracket of teams perform improvised free-form sketches and games in front of a live audience, who […]
As we head into the fall, there’s a lot of new films, tv shows and video games to look forward to. Each week, we bring you the latest trailers worth watching to get excited (or not so excited) about what’s coming soon across the cultural landscape. Here’s the latest and greatest: MacGyver Does MacGyver need […]
Christopher Lockheardt has made his name on sharp, witty, short plays produced at MadLab and around the country. The world premier of one of his first full-length dramas, Scritch Scritch, opened at MadLab this weekend in a production directed by Jim Azelvandre (assisted by Becky Horseman). Rebecca (Kyle Jepson), feeling stuck in her life, decides to […]
What the hell happened to August? The two best films of the youngish year both hit Columbus screens this week – during the the time generally considered the cinematic wasteland. It’s as if the movie gods are apologizing for the weak summer with a glorious stop-action fable and a masterful modern Western set at a […]