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Changes are coming to the Downtown Columbus Riverfront.
Watch an all new episode of Broad & High featuring board-game bar, Kingmakers.
Hearts United, Parisian art 1880-1910, Barkitecture, Zeb Andrews, and Kasia Billhartz.
A talk with ProMusica's new director, a magician, a community space in Houston and more.
Via Brasil! Wexner Center's ambitious new project focusing on Brazil has launched.
Local art, music, and more on this week's Broad & High!
A sculptor and his passion for public art, behind the scenes with Columbus Neighborhoods
Traxler Tees, photographer Amy Leiband, My Very Own Blanket and more on Broad & High!
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Check out Kingmakers, the new board-game parlor in the Short North.
Student Richard Smith recently produced a short film featuring Old Familiar Barber Shop.
MoJoFlo drops their funky new music video.
COSI Columbus has a new crime-solving Sherlock Holmes exhibit.
Kasia Billhartz creates large-scale burning sculptures that she exhibits at festivals.
Zeb Andrews loves making photographs with a camera that has no viewfinder or lens.
“Barkitecture” is a Houston, TX competition to design homes for our four-legged friends.
On Valentine’s Day this February, Second Sight Studio in Franklinton organized public art.
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A new board game parlor aims to redefine game night and crime solving with Sherlock Holmes
A heartwarming public arts project comes to Franklinton.
We'll introduce you to the new music director of the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra.
A Brazilian artist uses mirror to transform the Wexner Center for the Arts lobby
Hair takes on special meaning for a Columbus artist, a new video for a country rock band.
A look at a local sculptor' spublic art and behind the scenes with Columbus Neighborhoods
The 1920s have arrived at Downton Abbey. Join us as we explore all the trends circa 1922.