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Jennifer Poleon

Columbus Celebrates the Harlem Renaissance

This year marks the 100 th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance, and the city of Columbus is celebrating in a big way. The cultural and social movement known as the Harlem Renaissance quickly spread to cities across the country, and saw the rise of a…

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A Book Lover's Guide to Literary Columbus

Be inspired by local and national authors and explore the cozy nooks of independent bookstores in some of Columbus’ most charming, and upcoming neighborhoods. Thurber House, the boyhood home of author, humorist and former New Yorker cartoonist James…

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Your Guide to the 2018 Columbus Arts Festival

When the white tents start popping up along Columbus downtown riverfront you know it’s time for the Columbus Arts Festival, and that summer has arrived. The 2018 festival produced by Greater Columbus Arts Council will run from June 8-10 and include…

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Columbus in Bloom

Columbus comes alive during spring with an explosion of colorful flowers in bloom. Whether you prefer your flower spotting to be in the wild or in a more traditional conservatory setting, here are three unique ideas for exploring the Columbus region…

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African American Art in Columbus

It’s a big year for African American artists in Columbus as the city celebrates with a yearlong collaboration around the 100 th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance, an artistic explosion of African American artists that began in New York and spread…

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A Getaway to Columbus Focused on Fashion

Many people may not realize Columbus is a major fashion hub. In fact, there are more fashion designers in Columbus than any other U.S. metro area outside New York and Los Angeles. Columbus is home to two renowned fashion programs at Columbus College…

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