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Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 10

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 10

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! If you are cooking, enjoy! If you are going out, enjoy! You can still enter to win tickets to The Head and The Heart. We’re giving you your weekend list a day early so you can plan your weekend! Here are a couple of new recipe ideas if you want to change […]

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COSI Reopens Planetarium

Walker Evans Walker Evans COSI Reopens Planetarium

After a 10 year hiatus, the Planetarium has officially returned to COSI. The updated exhibit has seen a million-dollar renovation and modernization that now features state-of-the-art projection technology. “It’s so dramatically different from what you’ll remember — this is ‘Planetarium Plus’ now that we’ve gone digital,” said COSI President and CEO David Chesebrough. “There is incredible breadth […]

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Fall Guide to Local Music – Part 2

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Fall Guide to Local Music – Part 2

It’s cold. We’re all cold. The wind is no longer giving us sweet butterfly kisses on our cheeks… it’s taking a machete to our faces. The sun is nowhere to be found, and standing outside with your friends to smoke a cigarette has proven to be an olympic game. It’s nearly winter, and snow is on […]

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Stage Left Rebrands as Ethel’s Bar, Unveils New Drinks Menu and Events

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Stage Left Rebrands as Ethel’s Bar, Unveils New Drinks Menu and Events

The glowing green neon lights of the Garden Theater sign have been illuminating the Short North off-and-on for almost a century. Short North Stage has taken over in the past few years, giving new life to the historic theater. Next door, Stage Left Bar is rebranding itself as Ethel’s Bar, named after Columbus native Ethel […]

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Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 9

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Fall Weekend 2014 – Vol. 9

Happy Weekend! It’s cold, but at least we don’t have 70 inches of snow! We still have contests going on for Johnny Marr, and The Head and the Heart! Wildlights at the Zoo began this week. The Columbus International Film and Video Festival continues. Help send 5th graders at Hubbard Mastery School to camp. Thursday St James […]

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Film Review: Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

Hope Madden Hope Madden Film Review: Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

What makes the Hunger Games franchise so much stronger than the rest of the adolescent lit series out there? Perhaps more than anything – more than a compelling hero’s quest, more than the peril and drama, more than director Francis Lawrence’s eye for action and sense of pacing – it’s that each new film expands […]

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Concert Review: Interpol

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Concert Review: Interpol

Formed in 1997, New-York-based band Interpol has been releasing records since 2002. The band has been headlining festivals and sporadically releasing records for more than a decade, maintaining their loyal fan-base, and in the process becoming legendary musicians. Interpol turned heads immediately upon their 2002 release, Turn on the Bright Lights, aggressively shoving Paul Banks […]

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