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Update on Malabar Farm: Ohio’s Sustainable Agriculture Legacy at Risk

Manatee Manatee Update on Malabar Farm: Ohio’s Sustainable Agriculture Legacy at Risk

Today, “organic” and “sustainable” are agricultural buzzwords, and many Ohio farmers strive to farm in an ecologically responsible way. But the shadow side of this story is also well-known to us: it is becoming more and more economically challenging to live a full and happy life from cradle to grave in a rural Ohio town, […]

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Own a piece of history with the Columbus Montage Print

Anne Evans Anne Evans Own a piece of history with the Columbus Montage Print

A new art print celebrating 200 years of Columbus history is now available. The Columbus Montage was envisioned by Joe Genco of Community Creations Inc. His company creates montages for many cities across the nation. He approached The Columbus Historical Society with the idea of doing a montage of Columbus to celebrate the Bicentennial. They […]

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Photo Review: Columbus Historical Society’s new space at COSI

Anne Evans Anne Evans Photo Review: Columbus Historical Society’s new space at COSI

The Columbus Historical Society unveiled their new space inside of COSI on Tuesday night. The new space gives them a prominent location for the community to visit and take in the exhibits of Columbus history. Opening night included a celebration of cakes (donated by Giant Eagle), dancers, zoo animals and singers. Visitors also viewed a […]

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History Lesson: Columbus Historical Society Unveils New Space at COSI and Continues Columbus’ Bicentennial Celebration

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Columbus Historical Society Unveils New Space at COSI and Continues Columbus’ Bicentennial Celebration

Happy Birthday Columbus! Tuesday February 14th is a day that we at the Columbus Historical Society have been looking forward to for years and we are so excited to open up the doors of our new home at COSI! This landmark day for the city of Columbus is a benchmark for CHS as well and […]

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100 Years of Art: Celebrating Columbus’ Legacy

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger 100 Years of Art: Celebrating Columbus’ Legacy

Let’s clear something up first. Columbus will never be a world-renowned visual arts mecca. Artists will not flock to Columbus in hopes of making it. Wealthy patrons will not pluck Columbus artists from obscurity and make them superstars. Major publications will not shuttle critics through CMH to review local openings. Designers will not appropriate the […]

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GCAC Presents: Celebrating Columbus’ Bicentennial Through Art

 Kaitlin Armocida GCAC Presents: Celebrating Columbus’ Bicentennial Through Art

Roy Lichtenstein, Stanley Twardowicz, George Bellows. You’ve certainly heard of them, but did you know that they lived and worked in Columbus? Indeed, they did, and as part of the celebration of the city’s bicentennial this year, the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery is hosting an exhibition of these and 49 other artists who once […]

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History Lesson: Lucas Sullivant, Pioneer of Franklinton

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Lucas Sullivant, Pioneer of Franklinton

On February 14th, 2012, Columbus will turn 200 and our city is really preparing for a terrific celebration! But even before there was a city laid out on the eastern side of the Scioto River, there was Franklinton nestled in the river-bend on the west side of the Scioto…and before there could be a Franklinton, […]

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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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