Cameron Carr

When Nelly Toll went into hiding in Poland during World War II, her mother managed to supply the cramped room with watercolors to pass the time. Today, some of those childhood paintings are famous and a handful are coming to central Ohio. Read more

Local Profiles

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The Universe Comes to Newark: OSU Newark and the Works team up to open the SciDome planetarium Read more

Arts + Entertainment


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Little Italy, Big Impact: “We’re not that healthy; we eat pasta and ice cream every day,” Daniela Di Lorenzo says Read more

Healthy New Albany

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One-night-only revival of Shadowbox's Beatles "rockumentary" to pack Columbus Commons Read more

On Stage

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Eileen Pewitt has come a long way. This time last year, she was helping to run a food pantry out of a garage. Today, she’s running the same operation on a large scale out of a spare room in a New Albany school building. Read more

Healthy New Albany


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There’s an adage about teaching old dogs new tricks, but what about the other way around? Read more



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Iconic Experience: Some personalities are just larger than life. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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Walking to a Better Life: Dr. David Sabgir takes 20,000 steps a day Read more

Healthy New Albany


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Doctor of Many Names: “We have a saying around here: Leadership is a team sport,” says Dr. John Barnard. Read more

Healthy New Albany


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Born to Run: If you’re looking for an inspiration to get off the couch, benefit runs might be just the thing. Read more


Sounds Around Town: A small sampling of Columbus’ talented musical acts Read more

On Stage

Opera Columbus offers a modernized take on a classic Read more

On Stage

Mobile apps offer easy to use services and can travel with you anywhere. Read more



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“No, no, you finish. We’ll practice on the other side of the stage and be very quiet.” Doug Brandt recalls iconic dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov saying that to him just before a 2003 performance at the Riffe Center. Most people won’t get to... Read more

Local Profiles

How Dublin neighborhoods get their names Read more

Dublin Life

Scarlet and Gray

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“This is Buckeye Nation here,” says Cheryl Fey, but she’s not talking about the Shoe. At Wesley Ridge Retirement Community, where Fey serves as activity coordinator for independent living, the residents and staff bleed scarlet and gray. Read more



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It’s no secret that America loves Oktoberfest. Whether it’s the abundance of beer, German cooking or just an excuse to celebrate, something makes the holiday a time to look forward to. Read more

Eat + Drink

2015: An Orchestral Odyssey

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Tune up your Twitter accounts and warm up your computers for the Westerville Symphony’s upcoming Gavin George – Live on Your Screen! performance. On Oct. 11, the symphony will kick off its 2015-16 Ron Lykins Masterworks Series... Read more



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Don’t be deceived by the nationally renowned bands, open bar or free food: This is actually a charity event. Read more

Healthy New Albany

Close Encounters of the Learned Mind

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If you want to get smarter, brain trainers think they can help. It’s long been debated whether it’s possible to significantly improve intelligence. In recent years, some researchers have speculated that brains can be exercised similarly to... Read more


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