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Millennial Tower Proposal Gets New Updates

Walker Evans Walker Evans Millennial Tower Proposal Gets New Updates

The ambitious Millennial Tower proposal returns to the Downtown Commission tomorrow morning with another round of updates and changes for review. Developer Arshot Investment Corporation turned in a submission packet that includes floor plans for the full building that reveal more details on how the site would be used throughout the 28-story building. Most notably, […]

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Video Game Review: Firewatch

Alyssa Davis Alyssa Davis Video Game Review: Firewatch

Firewatch is a first person mystery game, developed by Campo Santo and published by Panic. You play as Henry, who has just taken a job as a fire lookout in Wyoming in 1989. The first part of the story cuts between Henry’s past and the events that led him to taking the job. These flashback […]

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Concert Review: The Wailers and 311at The LC

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Review: The Wailers and 311at The LC

This Monday night 311 and The Wailers took the stage at the LC Pavilion. After a downpour right before show time, fans worried the show would be called off, but PromoWest assured everyone via social networks that the show would go on, rain or shine. By the time The Wailers took the stage around 7:30pm, […]

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Album Review: Linwood’s Closer to Clear

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Album Review: Linwood’s Closer to Clear

Linwood is an indie rock band from right here in Columbus. The band is made up of David Rourke and Patrick Sprague. The two have been playing together for over ten years and have just released their first album as Linwood. The album, released on April 15th, is called Closer To Clear. The first track […]

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Theatre Review: CATCO’s Shipwrecked! a Whale of a Story

Lisa Much Lisa Much Theatre Review: CATCO’s Shipwrecked! a Whale of a Story

Theater is primarily a means with which to tell tales. Complicated, exciting or interesting plots trump theatrical spectacles that contain less substance than a cake crumb. Truly, a good theater-maker serves as a story-teller first and, ideally, understands the scope of the medium to integrate a variety of techniques and tricks into the production. Such […]

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Theatre Review: Death of a Salesman reminds people to notice others

Lisa Much Lisa Much Theatre Review: Death of a Salesman reminds people to notice others

Last night, SRO Theatre opened its long-awaited production of Arthur Miller’s beloved classic Death of a Salesman. Mark Mann plays a poignant and fine Willy Loman. Mann seamlessly shifts from an eager, young salesman to the gray-haired, exhausted man, and anywhere in between, as the show bounces from hazy memory to reality and back. We […]

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Film Review: The Wolverine

 Nicholas Herum

2000’s X-Men wasn’t the first Marvel property to be turned into a successful film but it did pave the way for comic book properties to become one of the hottest commodities in Hollywood. Its sequel, X2 was an even larger success, both critically and financially, than the original. After that however things started to go […]

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