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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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Yelp Wants You to Return to The Brewery District

Walker Evans Walker Evans Yelp Wants You to Return to The Brewery District

The Brewery District was once the hottest of the nightlife hotspots in Columbus in the late-nineties-early-2000s, but that changed when The Arena District, Park Street and The Short North all upped the ante. That doesn’t mean that The Brewery District should be overlooked though, with a wide range of nightlife and entertainment options that include […]

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Oldest Film Festival in US Returns to Columbus

Hope Madden Hope Madden Oldest Film Festival in US Returns to Columbus

Have you checked out the Columbus International Film + Video Festival yet? You’ve only had 62 chances to catch the celebration of local, national and international features and shorts. Yes, after a number of early bird screenings around town, the nation’s longest running film festival hits its stride this Thursday (11/13) at the Gateway Film […]

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9 Films Worth Watching: Holiday Movie Guide 2014

Hope Madden Hope Madden 9 Films Worth Watching: Holiday Movie Guide 2014

Both Whiplash and Rosewater open this weekend at the Drexel and Gateway Film Center respectively. Both are must-see independent films with Oscar buzz aplenty, but they also signal the end of the fall films. Next weekend, things move toward holiday hoopla, and the awards-baiting indies flow alongside giant blockbuster contenders – indeed, the two sometimes […]

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Old North Arcade Planned in Old North Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Old North Arcade Planned in Old North Columbus

Nothing goes together like beer and video games. That’s what the team behind Old North Arcade is banking on, as they have formally applied last month for zoning and parking variance changes to open their new bar and arcade business at 2591 North High Street, in the former Sunflower Natural Foods space. The 2,400 square […]

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The List: Cooking Classes in Columbus

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner The List: Cooking Classes in Columbus

We scoured the city for the best local cooking classes to improve your kitchen savvy. Whether you want to learn basic knife skills or bake the perfect souffle, Columbus has a great range of classes for all skill levels. Check out the best ones here: Franklin Park Conservatory The conservatory, known for its array of […]

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