A new outreach and education barn, with 12,000 sq. feet of space devoted to the Conservatory’s expanding classes and community-oriented programs, will be dedicated this week with a public open house to follow. A 200-year-old timber frame hand-hewn from seven native Ohio hardwoods is the heart of the barn, which was originally located on farmland […]
The Moonlight Market officially wrapped up its third season on Saturday, October 10th. The perfect autumn weather was a great way to close out the season, giving sidewalk vendors and the brick-and-mortar businesses on Gay Street one more Saturday night of excitement before hibernating for the winter. The event was created by the Gay Street […]
CEOs for Cities is one of the largest and most diverse cross-sector networks of city leaders in the nation, including mayors, business presidents, foundational leaders, urban planners, architects, entrepreneurs and others among its ranks. And in 2016, the event’s national conference will be landing in Columbus from September 28 to 30. “We usually get between […]
“It is the people of Columbus that will make it possible for Columbus to be the next New York City.” – David Tupaz, Fashion Designer. These were some of the last words spoken into the microphone during Fashion Week Columbus’ Finale Show this past Saturday. David Tupaz, one of the two headline designers in the […]
As part of the Wexner Center for the Arts’ visiting filmmakers series, documentarian Alexandra Shiva comes to Columbus to unspool her locally based documentary How to Dance in Ohio in a sold out event this Thursday, October 8th, at 7pm. The doc follows three clients of Dr. Emilio Amigo’s, each falling somewhere on the Autism […]
The cool urban chic atmosphere of the Hammond Harkins Galleries welcomed Columbus to their new location on the intersection of High and Russell last night. In the heart of the Short North art scene, the current exhibition “White Noise” features work by contemporary artists — and long-time friends — Laura Alexander and Andrea Meyers. Their […]
The best-selling female artist in country music history brought her "Rock This Country!" tour to an ecstatic Columbus audience on September 30th.
If you lived in Canada in the mid-to-late 1990s like I did, it was difficult to avoid hearing Shania Twain on the radio at least once an hour. Then again, when an artist amasses thirteen number one singles on the Canadian country charts in the span of just five years, it was probably also difficult […]