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Stroll in New Albany by Wray Clifford

The Anatomy of Art: As an artist, painter Wray Clifford is best known for her landscapes, which she describes as leaning “toward the impressionistic side of realism.” more

Local Profiles

This October, central Ohio residents will be able to go look at artwork in a complete stranger’s living room more

Arts + Entertainment

District Debuts: The Brewery District bubbles with opportunity for new restaurants more

Eat + Drink

Trees and nature play a key role in the wood artwork of Dorothy Gill Barnes more

Local Profiles

This time of year, the calendar is jam-packed with seasonal celebrations. We’ve rounded up a list of events happening in Upper Arlington so you won’t miss out on the fun. more

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Household chores such as sweeping, vacuuming and even watering plants can burn more calories than you would think. more


Dublin-area high school students give back for Halloween more

Dublin Life

Veterans Day traditions honor local vets more

Dublin Life

Laughs from Life

Photo courtesy of Shereen Younes

This past December, comedian Rye Silverman performed here in central Ohio alongside fellow comedians Maria Shehata and Laura Sanders in an all-female comedy show titled “Busted.” But this wasn’t Silverman’s first time in central Ohio. She’s... more


We’re all familiar with iPhones, iPads and iPods, but what about iCoaches? more


Elements of audience participation, contemporary theater and more will be represented at this year’s collection of stage performances at Upper Arlington City Schools. more


For people with Seasonal Affective Disorder, cold, cloudy weather can cause symptoms of depression, which can affect not only personal happiness, but relationships with loved ones and work productivity. more


(Butter)cream of the Crop

Photo courtesy of Cheryl & Co.

Cheryl & Co., the company most of us know as Cheryl’s Cookies, has long been based in Westerville. But despite the company’s size and scope, its retail location here, for quite some time, left much to be desired. It was in a conference room... more


Millennial Might

Photo courtesy of Marcy Harris Photos

It can be tempting to regard cancer as something that’s only a risk for the older set, but plenty of young people have had close encounters with the disease. Catriona Hay and Brittany Beitel, each of whom was diagnosed with breast cancer... more


That's Rich!

Photo courtesy of Camelot Cellars

Forrest Gump’s mama never told him, but sometimes, life is like a glass of chocolate-based libations. You never know what you’re going to get – particularly here in central Ohio, where chocolate beer, wine and liqueur make many an appearance... more


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Photo courtesy of Mansfield Tourism

The Shawshank Redemption and ballroom dancing might not seem like they go together, but they will on Saturday at the first Shawshank Ball. more

The Scene

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Photo courtesy of North Market

The North Market is a great one-stop spot for fresh, quality food on the worst of days, but the proverbial cornucopia will be especially full on Aug. 15, when the North Market will be holding its 24th Annual Farmers’ Festival. more

The Scene


Courtesy of Classroom Antics

A company called Classroom Antics is turning children's interest in technology into a learning opportunity with its summer technology camps, which are offered every year in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati. more

Dublin Life

As the largest walking-only race in the U.S., the New Albany Walking Classic draws thousands of walkers each year, many with interesting stories. Among those whose stories stand out are central Ohio residents Brian Zuk and Lorrie McCarty. more


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Photo by Bill Goldsmith

Grab your combs and your leather jackets and get ready for a trip to Rydell High with the Columbus Children's Theatre's production of Grease, the ever-popular musical of high school life in the late 1950's that has proved its worth with eight years o more

The Scene

Disney's Aladdin in Columbus

Oct. 24-Nov. 4 at the Ohio Theatre

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