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It's a jam-packed week full of fun activities for all ages. "SEE" at the Columbus Museum Artists Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby's film "SEE" is "an art road trip." You can see it at 5:30 tonight in the Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road. Tom Butler, the
Even during the Thanksgiving break, there are a few arts events in town. If you love to see glass sculptures as well as functional glass pieces, the Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road, has a show for you. "Feel the Heat: Contemporary Glass Sculpture"
McClure Theatre will be open to the public for the first time tonight as the Springer Opera House opens a new musical. "California Dreaming" is written by Springer producing artistic director Paul Pierce and singer Debbie Anderson. It's about a group
This week features one of the most challenging concerts for Columbus Symphony Orchestra conductor and music director George Del Gobbo. He not only has to work with his usual musicians, but he also has to make sure the hundreds of singers involved in
Officials ruled the white powder seen on the sidewalks and parking lot is Talcum powder. Often called "Talc," it's a white powdery substance that is sometimes perfumed and used on the skin. Original: There is a police and fire response at the 900
The RiverCenter for the Performing Arts has a notable lineup for the 2013-14 season, but perhaps the biggest news is the return of one of Columbus' own. Vicky Mallory grew up in Columbus and was a frequent performer on the Springer Opera House stage.
Parking tickets in downtown Columbus might get a lot more expensive, if Columbus Council approves a series of proposed changes to downtown parking policies. The city unveiled Thursday evening a series of proposed changes that grew out of three public
Marriott International was approved to become a landlord this week. The Clark County Planning Commission approved a holdover use permit for staging temporary outdoor commercial events on Marriott's 1.4-acre property at the southwest corner of
Depending on whether youre going to the Civic Center to see Disney on Ice or the new monster truck Smashosaurus, you might not have to park your own car. Ross Horner, director of the Civic Center, will ask Columbus Council this morning to allow
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. purchased the Inner Harbor mall from General Growth Properties , Rawlings-Blake said. "When you look at Ashkenazy properties, such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, Union Station in Washington, DC , and Rivercenter in