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Theatre Review: Available Light’s Hilarious and Painful Appropriate

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: Available Light’s Hilarious and Painful Appropriate

Happy families have no place on the stage since King Lear and before. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Appropriate, opening this weekend in a visceral, hot-blooded production directed by David J. Glover for Available Light, skewers the contemporary model of toxic-family play, sets it on fire, and illuminates ugly truths about the human condition from a fresh, surprising […]

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Kondo-ing it Yourself: 36 Places to Donate Your Clutter in Columbus

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Kondo-ing it Yourself: 36 Places to Donate Your Clutter in Columbus

The new Netflix TV show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” in which the best-selling author reintroduces her popular tidying techniques to a brand new audience, has shed a light on the cluttered lifestyles of the everyday family. If you’re following Kondo’s method, you may be inspired to donate the stuff no longer “sparking joy.” Of […]

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Nelsonville Music Festival Announces First Headliner for 2019

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Nelsonville Music Festival Announces First Headliner for 2019

Nelsonville Music Festival (NMF) is coming back for its 15th year, and Death Cab for Cutie is the first headliner to be announced. The festival, hosted by the historic non-profit theater Stuart’s Opera House, will take place at Robbins Crossing on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville. It spans four days, June 6-9, 2019. […]

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TV Review: “Sex Education” as Sweet as it is Sexy

Martha Trydahl Martha Trydahl TV Review: “Sex Education” as Sweet as it is Sexy

If you’ve seen any of the ads for the new Netflix series Sex Education, you’ve likely recognized only one of the actors: Gillian Anderson. Her presence alone brought of lot of fans to the series. But while you may come for the Gillian Anderson, you’ll stay for all the feels. That is, if you can […]

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Glass, Shoplifters and Mad Fraternities in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Glass, Shoplifters and Mad Fraternities in Theaters

M. Night Shyamalan brings his comic book trilogy to a close in every conceivable theater in Columbus. Meanwhile, over at the Wex the likely Oscar contender for best foreign language film rolls, while Gateway showcases the adverse effects (what?!!) of hazing. Glass by George Wolf M. Night Shyamalan has been grappling with expectations for nearly […]

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Mega Weekend – Top Events Happening This Weekend in Columbus

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Weekend – Top Events Happening This Weekend in Columbus

Here’s to the weekend! Here’s a rundown of things for you to do to make the most of your weekend. There are events happening for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. If you are a federal employee, check out these area deals to help through the crisis. The Sweet Treats Dessert Festival tickets are selling quick! Stay safe through […]

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Balanced Yoga Rebrands to GIVE Yoga and Expands

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Balanced Yoga Rebrands to GIVE Yoga and Expands

Saturday, January 19, 2019 is the reveal for the big, new GIVE Yoga space at 3520 N. High St. Leah Westwater, owner of GIVE (formerly Balanced Yoga), and her GIVE Yoga team have been working on this studio expansion for over two years.   “It has been really complicated, but I like solving challenges,” said […]

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