CityScene Columbus November 2017

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Dr. David Ralston

Point Wake: We all know that diet and physical activity play major roles in one’s mental and physical health. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Jennifer Zmuda and BalletMet

May the 40th Be With You: For BalletMet’s first professional season in 1978-79, the company’s budget was tiny and the staff was even smaller, with in-house professional dancers few and far between. Read more

On Stage


Photo by Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

The Gourd of the Rings: The Return of the ‘kin: Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without the classic dishes everyone has grown to know and love. Read more


Check out all the best items on CityScene's annual holiday gift guide for 2017 Read more

Arts + Entertainment


Photos courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library

Livin' La Vida Locomotive: On the topic of Applied Imagination's holiday train displays, the word on the tip of everyone's tongue seems to be "magic." Read more

Arts + Entertainment


Photo courtesy of Rita Fuller-Yates

It's All Coming Together: It's that time of year again to bundle up and enjoy the changing weather, tasty seasonal treats and the company of loved ones Read more



Photo by John Nixon

The 2017 Rock Hall Roadshow, New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day, March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction Read more

You've Been Scene


Photo by Chris Johns/National Geographic Creative

Incredible Journeys: There’s not a person alive who, having perused a copy of National Geographic, hasn’t been gripped by a desire, if only for a moment, to visit one of the exotic locales depicted therein. Read more

Travel Guide

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Photo courtesy of Sichuan Tianyu Culture Communication Co. Ltd

Here We Glow Again: You can finally take that vacation to China without leaving the country. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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Photo courtesy of Columbus Book Project

Columbus Compendium: With a copy of the Columbus Book Project in hand, natives and newcomers alike can discover the wealth of culture Columbus offers. Read more

Arts + Entertainment


Yasue Sakaoka

Know When to Fold ‘em: Origami is an art form most commonly associated with Japan, but Yasue Sakaoka, one of central Ohio’s most prominent origami artists, didn’t start working in it professionally until well after she moved to the U.S. Read more

Local Profiles


Photo courtesy of Davenport Theatrical

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

Picks & Previews


Art Access Gallery

On View

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Helen Frankenthaler, 'Captain's Paradise,' 1917, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Museum Purchase with the aid of funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and two anonymous donors.

World renowned local painter Michael McEwan discusses 'Captain’s Paradise' by Helen Frankenthaler Read more

The Painter's Eye

Check out everything going on for CityScene Magazine's November 2017 launch party on Nov. 16! Read more

The Scene