For many, last year’s racial justice protests in the aftermath of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbury and the national resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement spurred the desire to honor Black lives in any way people could. Last summer saw businesses taking active steps, such as donating a portion of […]
The renowned designer, stylist, author, and television host will headline the Columbus Museum of Art's 'Art in Bloom' Exhibition on April 23.
One of our city’s oldest cultural institutions, the Columbus Museum of Art enters its 143rd year in 2021, housing collections of American and European modern and contemporary pieces, in addition to a broad spectrum of folk, glass, and photographic art. On any given day, Columbus residents and visitors can see original works by Picasso, Degas, […]
Have a great weekend! Get your pie orders in for Pi Day. Dough Mama and Sassafras Bakery have some specials happening. Learn Something Learn about medical marvels and mishaps.Columbus Science Pub discusses Killer Smiles tonight.Frequency Friday has a show Friday night.Discover new trends in outdoor living at the Dispatch Spring Home & Garden Show (tickets in advance only).Sign your kid up to learn how to draw […]
Hope you have a fun weekend planned. Pick up a Valentine’s Day gift. Music to Hear Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Bob Weir and Wolf Bros. Tune in virtually to Angela Perley Valentine’s Day Show. The Columbus Symphony hosts An Evening of Romance. Dave Koz and Friends give you a romantic night! Sunday at Central features cello and piano music.Bob Cohen […]
The acclaimed headliner and star of Netflix's "The Tennessee Kid" stops in Columbus with his new "One Night Only" tour Saturday night.
In The Tennessee Kid, his most recent comedy special that arrived last year on Netflix, Nate Bargatze doesn’t even have to finish the opening line of the show before his unaffected deadpan triggers laughter from the audience. His material is folksy and strongly relatable, to be sure, but it’s his marvelously unpretentious deadpan, his ace, […]
Early on in the pandemic, 934 Fest started preparing for a hybrid festival, without knowing what September would bring. Now that the realities of the pandemic have become more clear, they’re taking things all-virtual. However, that’s far from bad news. The festival is trying to provide everything for viewers virtually that they would come to […]