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Learn how CJO started its Home for the Holiday concert and how it's impacting locals and beyond. Read more

On Stage

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Chris Haston

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW! Actor and comedian Chevy Chase is visiting the Palace Theatre for a special screening and Q&A of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Read more

On Stage

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Photos courtesy of Matthew Murphy

Exclusive interviews with Jullian Butler, playing Cosette, and Jack McLeod, stage manager! A timeless musical set for the Ohio Theatre this November. Read more

On Stage

From Sept. 26-29, Jurassic Park Live Tour will light up the Schott. Get the inside scoop and hear from one of the performers. Read more

On Stage

Cheryl Henson, daughter of creative mastermind Jim Henson, gives insight and COSI project manager shares the details of the newest exhibit. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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Joe Maiorana

In its 58th year, the Columbus Arts Festival is getting a reality check. Learn about the multiple virtual reality booths set for the upcoming festival. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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Matthew Hatcher

Through fires and death, Shadowbox Live has experienced a lot of tragedy; but it has never slowed the unique and powerful group down. Learn how the theatre started, why they started and how they've impacted Columbus for 30 years. Read more

On Stage

Jon Cook, the now-retired executive art director of the McConnell Arts Center, and Mary Gray, retired director of Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery, have made an immeasurable impression on the Columbus art scenes. Learn about their impact. Read more

Local Profiles

Opera Columbus brings home five awards for their stunning production. Read more

On Stage

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Photo courtesy of Shadowbox Live

Holiday Hoopla is back and only has a few weeks left. Learn all about the 2018 Shadowbox Live performance and how it has been causing hoopla in Columbus for 26 years. Read more

On Stage

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Photo courtesy of Stuart Levine

If it Feels Right: Derek Trucks grew up hearing the legends but never imagined he would be where he is today Read more

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For many people, the concept of the Harlem Renaissance never extends past their high school English classes. Learn more at the new Columbus Museum of Art exhibit which aims to not only showcase the era, but celebrate it. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

What began as a three-word phrase scribbled down after a conversation Jonathan Cain, keyboardist for the iconic rock group Journey, had with his father in the midst of a struggling solo career, would become arguably one of the greatest rock songs. Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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Photo by Randall L. Schieber Photography

No Place We’d Rather Be: The Columbus Commons has come a long way, and is still working to do even better Read more

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Tom Cruise's costume from 'War of the Worlds'

Fabricating the Iconic: 'Creating the Illusion: Costumes and Characters from the Paramount Pictures Archive' makes its debut at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio Read more

On View

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Aerial artist Marcy Richardson. Photo courtesy of Mark Shelby Perry

(Under)World Premiere: “It’s not an opera,” promises Peggy Kriha Dye, artistic director of Opera Columbus. Read more

On Stage

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

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Photos courtesy of Jeremy Daniel

Arts + Entertainment

Not wanting to embrace the holiday season? Check out these local upcoming events Read more

Arts + Entertainment

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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

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