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Martin Luther King Day Celebration at Holy Rosary-St. John Church

  Martin Luther King Day Celebration at Holy Rosary-St. John Church

The Community of Holy Rosary & St. John the Evangelist is hosting its annual Martin Luther King Day celebration on Monday, January 20, 2020 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Holy Rosary-St. John Church, 660 South Ohio Avenue (between Main and Livingston), Columbus, Ohio. The guest preacher is Rev. Charles Smith, S.V.D. Everyone is welcome! […]

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MLK Day Celebration Focuses on the Work Left To Do

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea MLK Day Celebration Focuses on the Work Left To Do

“Slow down!” shouted someone at the head of the march. “But the mayor’s running!” someone shouted back. Mayor Michael Coleman walked at a quick step as he led a procession of several hundred people in a march to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday afternoon. The celebration of Dr. King’s […]

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Julian Bond to Speak at MLK Day Celebration

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Julian Bond to Speak at MLK Day Celebration

The City of Columbus Community Relations Committee will be holding the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration Monday afternoon. This year’s breakfast, march and ceremony will feature a different route from years past and remarks by politician, activist and Civil Rights legend Julian Bond. Lourdes Barroso de Padilla, who is working with the […]

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Central Ohio Film Critics Pick Best of 2014

Hope Madden Hope Madden Central Ohio Film Critics Pick Best of 2014

The Central Ohio Film Critics Association (COFCA) announced its choices for best in film, 2014 last night at a private awards ceremony held at the Gateway Film Center. It was the 13th such gathering of Columbus-area film critics, aimed at recognizing excellence in film, from acting to writing, cinematography to break out performance, foreign language […]

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Film Review: Selma

Hope Madden Hope Madden Film Review: Selma

Every year Oscar season sees a healthy number of well made biopics for the Academy’s consideration, and those efforts are very often rewarded: 12 Years a Slave, Lincoln, The Iron Lady. But in the 14 years I’ve been covering film in Columbus, none has been as painfully relevant as Selma. Ava DuVernay’s account of the […]

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Looking for things to do on MLK Day?

Walker Evans Walker Evans

Some of you have to work today. But those who get Martin Luther King, Jr. Day off are probably looking for some things to do. The Martin, Malcom & Marley exhibition will is still ongoing at the King Arts Complex, and a special open house event will be held today from Noon to 4pm. More […]

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