Jessica Williams

Write One for the Gipper: Former Reagan speechwriter and author Peggy Noonan on the writer’s art more

Healthy New Albany

Bad Blood: New immunotherapy developments in treating leukemia and lymphoma more


Might as Well Jump: Kiwanis’ amphibian tradition hits the big 5-0 more

Dublin Life

Fence Sense: A look at some solid yard barrier options more

Outdoor Spaces

Highway to Spell: How do you spell ‘five-time national qualifier?’ R-U-S-H-L-O-W more


Shadowbox’s Arts Festival contribution blends visual and performing arts more


The Cincinnati-based artist's work is brought to life from sketches through the collaboration with a Brandt-Roberts Galleries collector more

The Scene

The Southern Troubadours come to perform "In the Round" at the Southern Theatre more

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Photos courtesy of Stack City Burger Bar

(Milk)shaken, not stirred -- a childhood treat gets a decidedly grown-up twist more



Photos courtesy of Pickerington Local Schools

Minds Behind the Menus: A look at the motivations behind Pickerington’s school lunches more


Triple Threat

Photo courtesy of Zaire Kacz

Art begins with inspiration – and, in the case of BalletMet’s upcoming show, also ends with it. BalletMet and Cincinnati Ballet are collaborating to present Inspired March 11-13 at the Ohio Theatre and March 18-19 at Cincinnati’s... more

The Scene

The Trio is slated to perform two sets at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., March 5, at Notes in the Brewery District, 520 S. High St. more

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Shining a light on the best ways to stay safe working out in the dark more

Healthy New Albany

Central’s Vegetarian Club helps students explore the vegan and vegetarian lifestyles more


Grandview-based company helps inventors market products more


Motown is based on Motown record label founder Berry Gordy’s 1994 autobiography, To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown. more

The Scene

Incorporating European, American, African and Latin American traditions, Imani Winds refers to its unique sound as “the Imani Way.” Their playing blurs the lines of genre and straddles multiple categories like Afro-Pop, jazz and Latin swing, often in more

The Scene

CATCO will present Mothers and Sons, a play by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning screenwriter Terrence McNally, Feb. 10-28 in the Studio One Theatre at the Vern Riffe Center. more

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Harvard political philosopher and New York Times bestselling author Michael Sandel will give a lecture based on his book, Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?, Jan. 28 as part of the New Albany Community Foundation’s Jefferson Series. more

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