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Mega Weekend – The Best Indoor and Outdoor Memorial Day Weekend Plans

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Mega Weekend – The Best Indoor and Outdoor Memorial Day Weekend Plans

Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to try something new, connect with friends, and relax. We’ve gathered dozens of the best shopping, theatre, art, music, and outdoor activities for the whole family! Thursday, May 24: Thursdays are perfect for visiting local galleries before the weekend rush. Stop by Flux + Flow in Clintonville for […]

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COSI Announces Plans for 2019 Science Festival

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega COSI Announces Plans for 2019 Science Festival

Science enthusiasts will have an event all their own come spring 2019. This afternoon, COSI and Battelle announced plans for the COSI Science Festival, a four-day event offering more than 60 ways to engage with science around the central Ohio community and a final day-long “carnival-style” celebration on the Scioto Peninsula outside COSI. It’ll all […]

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Cinevent Classic Film Fest Celebrates 50 Years

Hope Madden Hope Madden Cinevent Classic Film Fest Celebrates 50 Years

Cinevent Classic Film Convention returns this Memorial Day weekend for a 50th anniversary celebration of silver screen films and memorabilia. Event chair Michael Haynes talks nostalgia, Maltin and Fritz the Nite Owl. Hope Madden: How has this Cinevent managed to stay fresh and popular for 50 years? Michael Haynes: I think that there’s always a […]

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Photos: Portugal. The Man at Express Live!

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Photos: Portugal. The Man at Express Live!

Alaska’s greatest alternative-rock export, Portugal. The Man stopped over in Columbus on Sunday evening, and while many in the city were up at the north end of town enjoying the neck-pain inducing festivities of Rock on the Range, the Express Live! stage played host to a captivatingly enjoyable evening of indie psychedelic rock, an epic […]

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Available Light’s Provocative, Slow-Burn Triumph of An Octoroon

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Available Light’s Provocative, Slow-Burn Triumph of An Octoroon

Available Light opens an exquisite production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ An Octoroon directed by Matt Slaybaugh. Slaybaugh and the cast grab the audience by the lapels and strap us into a roller coaster  through the twisted American landscape of race, class, and identity. They create a ride full of shocks, thrills, and riotous laughs that never […]

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Deadpool 2, Geriatric Love & British Ghosts in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Deadpool 2, Geriatric Love & British Ghosts in Theaters

The Summer of Josh keeps rolling with Josh Brolin’s second blockbuster villain of 2018, alongside the avocado-faced Ryan Reynolds in the snarky-with-a-heart-of-gold sequel, Deadpool 2. But what if you’re not interested in superheroes or comic books or dubstep? If you like spooky anthologies or the degradation of an entire generation of Oscar winners, this weekend […]

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Retro Stylings for Your Movie Weekend

Hope Madden Hope Madden Retro Stylings for Your Movie Weekend

A week of nostalgia awaits you at the movies. Melissa McCarthy channels 80s comedies, Terminal tries hard to resurrect the post-Tarantino neon-noir, and—in your best bet for the week—one woman goes a little Lucy in her ESL class. Deadpool 2 next week, so enjoy the odder assortment of a quiet near-summer weekend. Life of the […]

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