CityScene Columbus November 2015

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Arts + Entertainment

When Cheryl Krueger was about 6 years old, her grandmother started showing her her way around the kitchen. By age 10, Krueger, who grew up south of Sandusky, says she knew how to bake a variety of cookies. She packed them in school lunches and... Read more

Local Profiles

Photos from the New Albany Classic Grand Prix & Family Day Read more

You've Been Scene

Vintage Valuables

Photo courtesy of Savino

Bottles of wine tend to take on prominent roles once the weather gets cold, be they on the table at a party, under the tree at Christmas or just chilling for an evening indoors. Whether your and your guests’ preferences lean more toward... Read more


Minds of the Museum

Image courtesy of DesignGroup

Since 2009, Columbus Museum of Art Executive Director Nanette Maciejunes has been looking for a way to present an exhibit on Pace/Columbus gallerist Eva Glimcher. Six years later, upon the celebration of the museum’s new Margaret M. Walter Wing... Read more

On View

A Smorgasbord of Samples

Photos courtesy of I-X Center

The roar of the crowd. Lights, stages with elaborate décor and merch covering tables clad in white linens. An event the size of seven football fields. Celebrities, loud music, excitement. This isn’t Lollapalooza or Coachella. This is... Read more


Glowing with Pride

Rife's Market by Amanda Hope Cook

When Nashville native Amanda Hope Cook brought her artistic talent to Columbus, she began simultaneously preserving and elevating a declining art: landmark urban signs. Cook’s art demonstrates how lettering, lighting and bold color can portray an... Read more

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The Painter's Eye: November 2015

Water Lilies (Agapanthus), c.1915-1926, Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926). Oil on canvas; 201.3 x 425.8 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund and an anonymous gift 1960.81

In landscape painting, finding a motif can send an artist on a search far and wide, or as close as the back yard. I cannot think of many artists who actually created their own landscapes, as was the case with Claude Monet (1840-1926). Read more

The Painter's Eye

All Aboard!

Photo courtesy of Hocking Valley Scenic Railway

Under the right circumstances, by train is the only way to travel. Railroads in and around Ohio offer holiday-oriented train rides that provides passengers of all ages a unique way celebrate the Christmas season. Read more

Ohio Adventures

Food for Thought

Plan II by Anatsui Plota

If you know artists, it’s not much of a challenge to find one whose work is motivated largely by social issues. Now, finding almost 40 such artists – that’s a challenge. Fortunately, though, the Pizzuti Collection is well prepared to meet it. Read more

On View

Making Connections

Photo courtesy of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

It was a little over 20 years ago that Christopher Reeve, the actor known for his iconic portrayal of Superman in four movies from 1978 to 1987, was rendered quadriplegic by a horse-riding accident. The accident fractured his... Read more


Print Condition

Photo courtesy of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative

For almost two decades, Phoenix Rising Printmaking Cooperative has been doing its level best to preserve an otherwise struggling form of artistic expression. The nonprofit allows core and associate members to share space, equipment and... Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Minds Behind the Water

Photo by Scott Cunningham

A couple decades ago, you likely wouldn’t have guessed that a police officer and a periodontist would play substantial roles in the further development of Buckeye Lake. But today, Pete Coratola and Dr. Ron Garvey are two of the major players... Read more

Home Building

Starting Strong

Photo courtesy of Bob Webb Homes

Building the perfect home starts with the perfect plan. If you’re building your own home, you almost certainly have a long list of priorities. Finding a way to check all those boxes means having the right person to help you plan; someone who will... Read more

Home Building

Feel the Heat

Photo courtesy of Napoleon Fireplaces

Whether it’s for decorative or practical purposes, a fireplace in a home evokes a sort of deep, primal comfort. The warmth and the light draw the eye, and the cheery flames can make a home a haven during cold days and nights. Read more


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Colleen Torlone

Photos from the grand opening of Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers' new showroom Read more

You've Been Scene

Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour

Photo courtesy of Gary Chisholm

Granville transforms into a vision of an old-fashioned Christmas for the 30th annual Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour. Visitors can enjoy musical performances, vendors, crafts, lights, exhibits and sweet treats, or tour the village in... Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Gallery Exhibits: November 2015

Image courtesy of Otterbein University

Ohio Wesleyan University Ross Museum of Art: Oil Paintings by Todd Gordon and Sur, watercolors by Paul Ching-Bor, through Nov. 13. Cultural Arts Center: The Hero Within – Imagination and Identity... Read more

On View