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GCAC Presents: Island of the Undead

Jaclyn Reynolds Jaclyn Reynolds GCAC Presents: Island of the Undead

Darkness falls across the island.  A chill runs down your spine.  You know you heard something and you thought you were alone.  You look behind you.  Nothing.  You turn the corner and see a glimpse of something.  Your instinct says to run the other way but you can’t help yourself.  You make your way down […]

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Art Makes Columbus: Ty Owen Puts Creativity to Work

Walker Evans Walker Evans Art Makes Columbus: Ty Owen Puts Creativity to Work

Art Makes Columbus. Columbus Makes Art. The Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC) is launching a new five-year marketing campaign to highlight the innovation and connectedness in the local arts community. The new program will highlight both individual artists and organizations from a wide variety of visual and performing arts mediums, with a goal of increasing […]

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HBO Documentary and Star Come to COSI

Hope Madden Hope Madden HBO Documentary and Star Come to COSI

Katrina Gilbert has had quite a year: she got engaged, moved, and started working full time toward her degree, all while touring the country in support of the award winning HBO documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert. Gilbert heads to COSI (333 W. Broad St.) on Tuesday, April 28 to […]

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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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Ohio Video Game Expo Returns for Bigger and Better Second Year

Walker Evans Walker Evans Ohio Video Game Expo Returns for Bigger and Better Second Year

Video games may be a recreational hobby for most people, but for others it’s a big business. Globally, the video game industry is projected to eclipse $100 Billion (with a B) in 2014, which by many comparisons has surpassed the film and music industries on an international scale. In the United States alone (where an […]

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COSI Planetarium to Reopen in November

Walker Evans Walker Evans COSI Planetarium to Reopen in November

There’s a lot of things that locals loved about the old COSI… the coal mine, the Presidents exhibit, and especially, the Planetarium. So it’s been no surprise that the anticipation has been high surrounding the reopening of the Planetarium ever sine it was first announced back in April. Today, COSI announced the official date that […]

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Voters to Decide on Columbus Zoo Levy Next Week

Emma Surber Emma Surber Voters to Decide on Columbus Zoo Levy Next Week

For the first time in recent years the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has received opposition from Franklin County voters regarding Issue 6, the proposed tax levy that is set to appear on the May 6 primary ballot. The current property tax levy costs Franklin County residents, that own homes assessed at $100,000 or more, 41 […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

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