CityScene Columbus November 2016

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Dennis Knight

Top of the Class: Bob Webb Custom Homes has a lot to be proud of following the 2016 Parade of Homes Read more

Home Building

A Triumphant Return: Developer Marty Finta laying the work for continued progress at Snug Harbor Read more

Home Building

Suzi Rapp

Amanda Carberry

Wild Life: Now the zoo’s vice president of animal programs, Rapp spends the closest thing to an average work day nurturing sick animals Read more

Local Profiles

A Glass Act: Cinderella is traveling to Columbus, but not in a pumpkin-turned-carriage or with help from a magic wand Read more

On Stage

Life After Loss: When we think of grief, we normally think of the mourning period Read more


The Greater Columbus Arts Council hosted the Columbus Open Studio and Stage on Oct. 8 and 9 Read more


Check out the best gift ideas to get your loved ones this holiday season, and even enter to win some! Read more

Arts + Entertainment



Big Macs: Macarons are a treat for the eyes and the stomach, and shops around Columbus meet the demand Read more


A Building for Rebuilding: The $45 million, three-story, 116,000-square-foot institute, located just off Ackerman Drive and easily visible from State Rt. 315, opened its doors in late September Read more


The Winners' Circle: The best of the best on the 2016 NARI Fall Home Improvement Tour. Don't forget to vote for your favorite! Read more


Art for Life, the New Albany Classic and the Rock Hall Road Show at Shadowbox Live Read more


Seasonal Sweetness: As craft beer enthusiasts well know, Christmas ale isn’t just the beer Santa Claus leaves under the tree Read more


Tanger Outlets, The Greene Town Center, the Mall of America and Bronner's Christmas Wonderland make for great shopping destinations to prepare for the holidays Read more


Second Sight: Even after vision loss, local artist Adam Kolp didn't give up painting Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Gallery exhibits from November 2016 through January 2017 Read more

On View

Nationally-renowned painter Michael McEwan critiques this 1936 American painting Read more

The Painter's Eye