A Private Tour of the Wexner Art Collection

Leslie and Abigail Wexner give Columbus Monthly a behind-the-scenes look at the art collection they’ve been building for decades, soon to be the subject of a major exhibition.
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First Look: Transfigurations at the Wex

Through the end of the year, those who visit Transfigurations: Modern Masters...

Easton Fashion Night Celebrates Style in the Heart of Ohio

Easton Fashion Night features happy-hour specials, roaming models and the...

Sip Ohio Beer at the North Market Craft Brew Festival

North Market’s Ohio Craft Brew Festival celebrates the state’s craft-beer scene

Wallace Peck Sketches Become Reporting Keepsakes

Artist Wallace Peck gives two Monthly staffers reporting mementoes by drawing...
Illustration: Brett Affrunti

City Quotient: Is the Worthington Post Office Really a Fallout Shelter?

I spotted a fallout shelter sign on the exterior of the Worthington Post Office. Is this just a relic from the ’50s, or is the building still a designated shelter?

New Albany Classic to Feature Carousel Works’ Intricate Wooden Horses

Inspired by the large, wooden “animal friends” that were hand-carved for Nationwide Children’s Hospital by Carousel Works, New Albany Classic hosts Leslie and Abigail Wexner asked the company to bring 10 of their carousel horses to the event.

Former Ohio School for the Deaf Gets a New Lease on Life as High School

Although the Ohio School for the Deaf moved to the North Side in 1953, many people still associate the French Chateau-esque building at 400 E. Town St. with the school. But this year, a new school will call the building home.
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