Columbus in the News

 

 

10 great American shopping streets

June 1, 2017

Only a few years ago, cities were declaring their downtowns dead, victims of regional shopping malls, online retailers and suburban sprawl. But some urban shopping districts have come back big time.... Continue Reading >>

A Show of Lebanese Art Suffused with the Longing of Exile

June 1, 2017

At Angela Meleca Gallery, five contemporary Lebanese artists consider their relationships to their home country. READ MORE Continue Reading >>

Hip hotels are rolling out high-style bicycles for guests

June 1, 2017

Now that cycling has become chic, some fashion-forward and fitness-forward hotels are adding bicycles as a guest amenity. And not just any bicycle, but custom rides that combine high quality and... Continue Reading >>

Road trip to Columbus

June 1, 2017

We’ve been to Columbus a handful of times and most recently Experience Columbus invited us to experience some of the locally owned businesses, restaurants, and distilleries as part of their Made... Continue Reading >>

Discovering Honoré Sharrer, an Eclipsed 20th-Century Surrealist Painter

May 1, 2017

A survey at the Columbus Museum of Art spotlights the remarkable work of the American artist, who was dogged in her convictions and a master of her medium. READ MORE Continue Reading >>

8 amazing American streets you’ve never heard of

May 1, 2017

The art of wandering is all but lost, as travelers too often use Google Maps’ tangent-averse directions to propel themselves to restaurants and museums found on Yelp or TripAdvisor. Yet one of... Continue Reading >>

A Spectacular Cross Section of Contemporary Indian Art

May 1, 2017

Visions from India , the newest exhibition from the Pizzuti Collection, is a celebration of material abundance. READ MORE Continue Reading >>

Columbus: Hip neighborhoods, fun attractions make it worth a visit

April 4, 2017

What we found is that Ohio’s capital is young and hip, thanks to Ohio State students who stick around and populate the various trendy neighborhoods, from the boho Short North Arts District to... Continue Reading >>

Tap into the youthful vibe in Columbus

April 4, 2017

Columbus has become a hipster hangout, young and vibrant with a sizable population of millennials, tons of fun bars, restaurants, craft breweries and coffee roasters, a burgeoning arts scene, a huge... Continue Reading >>

8 U.S. Solo Travel Destinations You Probably Haven't Thought Of

April 4, 2017

Get lost at the Columbus Museum of Art before swinging by writer’s haven, Thurber House, where literary types can geek out over touring the historic former home of the New Yorker cartoonist... Continue Reading >>