CityScene Columbus March 2018

The series, which launched in fall 2016 and features two shows per season, takes audiences along as the orchestra deconstructs and explores the details of classic pieces of music. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Though it is the eighth leading cause of death in Ohio, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, kidney disease can be very easy to overlook. Read more



Photos courtesy Chad DiBlasio Photography

Pack all your outdoor gear and get on the road toward leisure and relaxation Read more

, Travel


Photo by Garth Bishop

Where to go in Columbus for the best burgers Read more

, , , Eat + Drink

A Connection to Compassion: check out these Ohio locations that are underground railroad landmarks. Read more


The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio is offering visitors a tour of southeastern Ohio with its Appalachia-focused exhibition Read more


Not only does this Bexley house sit on five green, wide-open acres – a rarity anywhere in central Ohio – it was owned by one of the nation’s biggest names Read more

Luxury Living


Photo by John Nixon

You've Been Scene at the CityScene Magazine January/February launch party and Columbus Blue Jackets CannonBall Read more

You've Been Scene


Photo by Dale Clark - Arc Photography. Courtsey of Kelly Myer, Sorrell & Company

Spotlighting five gorgeous homes recently sold in Upper Arlington in March 2018 Read more

Top Homes - SOLD


Photo courtesy of Karli Moore Photography

In Pursuit of Inner Peace: A formal living room, complete with a large chimney, made perfect sense for Lee Shackelford’s Bexley-area house when it was built in 1961. Read more



Photo courtesy of Pins Mechanical

Level Up: From candy to cookies, aesthetically pleasing drinks throughout central Ohio hit the spot with quirky garnishes Read more


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Adam Brandemihl

Photographic Park: Photos and digital media make up 'Depth of Field: MetroParks at the MAC' Read more

On View

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Photo courtesy of Tim Sword

All About That Basil: Who makes the best pesto in the world? A Victorian Village resident and professor at The Ohio State University hopes it’s him Read more

Local Profiles


Alejandra Driehaus

CityScene spotlights what to watch, what to watch for and what not to miss! Read more

Picks & Previews


Cultural Arts Center

Columbus has a slew of galleries; what not to miss in March 2018 Read more

On View

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Alan Gough, Going South

Generations of Inspiration: For most people, a lifetime of making a living as an artist doesn’t seem like a viable option Read more

Local Profiles

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Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967), Morning Sun, 1952. Oil on canvas, 28 1/8 in. x 40 1/8 in. Museum Purchase, Howald Fund.

“What I wanted to do was to paint sunlight on the side of a house,” Edward Hopper once said about his paintings. Read more

The Painter's Eye