The renowned designer, stylist, author, and television host will headline the Columbus Museum of Art's 'Art in Bloom' Exhibition on April 23.
One of our city’s oldest cultural institutions, the Columbus Museum of Art enters its 143rd year in 2021, housing collections of American and European modern and contemporary pieces, in addition to a broad spectrum of folk, glass, and photographic art. On any given day, Columbus residents and visitors can see original works by Picasso, Degas, […]
Building on its foundations of creativity and cooperation, the organization has explored new ways to educate and connect the community in a turbulent time
For centuries, symphony orchestras have brought important music works to life and have become integral to the cultural identities of their resident communities. The Columbus Symphony was founded in 1951, evolving in size, scope, and significance along with our growing city. Every year, the Symphony’s reach extends to more than 150,000 Central Ohioans through its […]
The acclaimed headliner and star of Netflix's "The Tennessee Kid" stops in Columbus with his new "One Night Only" tour Saturday night.
In The Tennessee Kid, his most recent comedy special that arrived last year on Netflix, Nate Bargatze doesn’t even have to finish the opening line of the show before his unaffected deadpan triggers laughter from the audience. His material is folksy and strongly relatable, to be sure, but it’s his marvelously unpretentious deadpan, his ace, […]
Supporting his latest special, "Miami Nights," with a limited drive-in tour, the acclaimed comedian makes a stop in Columbus on Saturday night
Hannibal Buress’ newest comedy special, Miami Nights, opens with taped footage of a 2002 set the then 19-year-old fledgling stand-up performed at his alma mater, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Although barely recognizable in the glitchy camcorder video, the young comic, originally known by his pseudonym Amir Natural, clearly had raw stage presence and timing. By […]
Following their recently-released debut album for Atlantic Records, the Virginia-based mutli-instrumentalists stop by The Basement tonight
“It’s really, really cool to be able to have this album out,” guitarist, bassist, and vocalist Jeff Gorman explains of Illiterate Light’s eponymous debut release that arrived in October. The Virginia-based duo, which also includes drummer and songwriting partner Jake Cochran, have woven a fascinating career path that led them from an organic farm they […]
The renowned Los Angeles-based revue stops by Saturday night for a nearly sold-out show at Hollywood Casino Columbus
When Erin Lamont, creator and choregrapher for the Los Angeles-based burlesque revue The Lalas, and I sat down a few weeks ago to interview, I asked how her vision for the now internationally-renowned touring show originally surfaced. “Well, it got started on accident, so saying I had a ‘vision’ for it makes it sound really […]