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CAPA Summer Movies

CAPA Summer Movies

The CAPA Summer Movies Series will hold its 45th season June 5-Aug. 9 at Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St. Twenty-nine films are featured in the series, 11 of which are series premieres.

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CSO's "Concert for Kids"

CSO's "Concert for Kids"

Halloween may be well in the past, but this weekend, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra is offering another chance for kids to dress up. On April 19 at Capitol Theatre, kids ages 3-10 can dress as fairytale characters for a special Cinderella-themed event.

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Five Things to Do this Weekend: April 17-19

Five Things to Do this Weekend: April 17-19

1. Hats on the Silk Road:  Selections from the Collection of Russell S. and Dona Fling (April 17 – July 5) Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St. The Fling collection includes a wealth of historical head coverings, from hats to headdresses to skullcaps, from such regions as...

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Archive »WEB EXCLUSIVES

Teens and Tanning: What to Know

Teens and Tanning: What to Know

Smoking is to lung cancer as tanning is to melanoma. Efforts to ban indoor tanning for those under the age of 18 have found success in recently passed Ohio legislation: House Bill 131, which took effect in March. The bill requires anyone under the age of 18 to have his or her parents sign a consent form in the tanning salon before their child is permitted to use the facilities.

BalletMet Announces Lineup for 38th Season

BalletMet Announces Lineup for 38th Season

Here's a look at the lineup for BalletMet's 2015-16 season, featuring the old and the new.

Dublin Life Book Club Selection

Dublin Life Book Club Selection

Now a major film starring Oscar winner Julianne Moore, Still Alice explores how Alice’s life and the lives of her loved ones are changed after she’s diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Once placing all of her worth in her successes, Alice is forced to re-evaluate herself and her relationships.

Support New Albany Schools with PTO Walk-a-Thon

Support New Albany Schools with PTO Walk-a-Thon

Looking for a way to support educational programs at New Albany-Plain Local Schools? Look no further than the school-wide New Albany 2-5 PTO Walk-a-Thon. The event, scheduled for April 10 at Eagle Stadium, is the main source of funding for the New Albany Elementary (grades 2-5) PTO's support of the district's cultural arts programs, student scholarships, technology and more.

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Archive »ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Different Strokes

Different Strokes

Local comic book artists come together to share their craft

Big Comic Show is organized by event coordinator Kenton Daniels, assistant director of the library. Daniels was inspired by other shows hosted by comic book shops in the community and decided to bring the audience to Pickerington.

Gallery Exhibits

Gallery Exhibits

What's on deck for March

A Brush with Experience

A Brush with Experience

Painter and OWU professor Marty Kalb has been at it for more than four decades

Marty Kalb has used the Delaware area as a base of operations for more than 40 years, but his work is all over the world.

Musical Menagerie

Musical Menagerie

Library brings in local bands for its live music series

House Calls

House Calls

Opera Project Columbus brings opera home for private parties at residences

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April 2015

Features

Dream Team

Dream Team

New Albany planners discuss how they realized their goal

The catalyst that catapulted the sleepy farm country of New Albany into the groundbreaking design that would gain national acclaim began with the desire to build just one house.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Interested in making your own flowers and foliage more stunning? Try these tips.

Looking out at your lawn? Are you tired of what you see? It doesn't take much to spruce up what you already have. Check out this advice for how to bring a bit of life to to your landscape.

Fairfield Facilitator

Fairfield Facilitator

Barbara Hunzicker is a longtime supporter of the arts in Lancaster

For 80 years, The Anchor Hocking Company had called Lancaster its home, and the company enjoyed decades of success while employing hundreds of skilled local glassworkers and artisans. In 1985, though, the plant closed down, and Anchor Hocking’s operations moved east to Pennsylvania, leaving its employees to pick up the pieces. Spirits were low, and local community events organizer Barbara Hunzicker sought a way to revitalize her town by infusing it with a new source of cultural celebration.

Field of Screams: Game Ready

Field of Screams: Game Ready

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FOOD & DRINK

We Aim to Freeze

We Aim to Freeze

A look at ice wine between here and New York

Among the wealth of wineries in the Niagara region, there may be no one vino variety more highly sought than ice wine.

Food Fight!

Food Fight!

The Skirmish from South of the Border

For our second CityScene Food Fight! feature, we took a look at 10 of central Ohio’s best Latin American restaurants – some of them aren’t strictly Mexican – and highlighted some of the unique and popular items on their menus.

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Archive »HEALTH & FITNESS

This Time, it’s Personal

This Time, it’s Personal

Rise of personalized fitness illustrated by New Albany’s Heit Center

Over the last few years, an increasingly common topic of conversation within mainstream fitness circles is the idea, and subsequent execution, of personalized fitness.

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Archive »LUXURY LIVING

Bridge Over Elaborate Water

Bridge Over Elaborate Water

Water features turn outdoor areas into impressive sights

From a simple birdbath with a fountain to a small creek or pond, water features can transform a back yard into a luxurious space for renewal and relaxation.

On Fire(places)

On Fire(places)

What options are there for impressive fireplace styles in a custom home?

There’s something about a fireplace, with the whole family gathered around it, that appeals to almost everyone.

Choc this Way

Choc this Way

Sweet sojourns make Valentine’s Day even more delicious

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Archive »TRAVEL

Higher Education

Higher Education

Keep college visits entertaining by learning about the highlights on campus

If you know where to look, a college visit or parents’ weekend can present new opportunities – for shopping, dining, recreation, cultural enrichment, even slaking your thirst for the unusual.

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