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Will Hoge at Skully’s Music-Diner

Grant Walters Grant Walters Will Hoge at Skully’s Music-Diner

Re-energizing his career with acclaimed album "Anchors", the Nashville-based singer-songwriter will be on stage at Skully's Music-Diner tonight with guests Augustana and Dan Layus

The making of Will Hoge’s latest album, Anchors, was an exercise in partially deconstructing a career that had given him almost two decades of progressive success. Before inking a songwriting deal with BMG Nashville and taking his talents to Music Row in 2012 to write for other artists, he and his band had released seven […]

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Disaster Artist is Not Bad. It’s Naaht!

Hope Madden Hope Madden Disaster Artist is Not Bad. It’s Naaht!

One whole week to wait until the newest Star Wars obliterates all cinematic competition. But what should we do until then? Go see The Disaster Artist. Duh. The Disaster Artist There is genuine affection in James Franco’s The Disaster Artist, a behind-the-scenes biopic that gets inside the making of the best bad movie of all […]

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Two Amazing New Year’s Eve Parties to Ring in 2018!

Leanne Moore Leanne Moore Two Amazing New Year’s Eve Parties to Ring in 2018!

Columbus Underground invites you to ring in the New Year in style! We’re co-hosting two parties this year at Hadley’s Bar + Kitchen Downtown and Balboa in Grandview. No need to worry about planning your evening, both parties will have everything your crew needs to have a great night! At both events, ticket holders will be […]

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TV Review: Stunning Storytelling in “Godless”

Martha Trydahl Martha Trydahl TV Review: Stunning Storytelling in “Godless”

If you’ve seen any of the Godless trailers, you may think this show is a “feminist Western” about a town full of women. But that’s not what it’s about at all. It’s really a classic Western with some female-forward components. That’s not to say it’s bad. Godless, written and directed by Scott Frank, is an […]

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History Lesson: 40 Years of BalletMet’s “The Nutcracker”

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: 40 Years of BalletMet’s “The Nutcracker”

With the holiday season now in full swing, it’s time to take stock of a few of the many special Christmas season productions that are upon us. Being born and raised in Reynoldsburg and having lived my entire adult life in Columbus, there are many that are very near and dear to my heart. One […]

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Indies and Awards Contenders in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Indies and Awards Contenders in Theaters

Lighter weekend at the movies, I guess to let you catch up on every wonderful thing you may have missed. (I’m looking at you, Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.) But if you have already seen the sure-fire contenders for best of the year, there are some under-the-radar gems you can find around […]

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Bebe Miller’s Gripping, Evocative In a Rhythm at the Wexner Center

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Bebe Miller’s Gripping, Evocative In a Rhythm at the Wexner Center

Modern dance can be the most intimidating strain of contemporary art for the uninitiated. Bebe Miller’s masterful In a Rhythm serves as a perfect introduction for anyone who has yet to crack that language. More, this tight 75-minute piece does that without pandering, watering itself down, or neglecting the experienced eyes in the room. Every […]

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