Arch City

Top 5 for February

Piper Kerman speaks at Denison, Kacey Musgraves visits Express Live and more editors' picks for the best of Columbus this month.

Animal House: Reynoldsburg’s holding facility for exotic animals

In 2013, state officials built the Dangerous Wild Animal Temporary Holding Facility in Reynoldsburg to house unpermitted creatures relinquished by their owners or seized by the state. Here’s a breakdown of creatures hosted by the state over the past three years.

Q&A: Mikey Thomas of Movement Activities

"I teach mostly aerial dance, which includes work on a low-flying trapeze or on silks, rings, circular liras or ropes—all kinds of apparatuses off the floor."

Urban Meyer and other really dark-horse candidates for Columbus mayor

After officially certifying the results in late November, the Franklin County Board of Elections released to us all the names that voters wrote in during the mayoral contest.

Ginther's gamble on body cameras

In the heat of a difficult campaign, Andy Ginther vowed to bring police body cameras to Columbus by the end of 2016. Can he deliver?
More Arch City

Top 5 for February

Piper Kerman speaks at Denison, Kacey Musgraves visits Express Live and more editors' picks for the best of Columbus this month.

A critic recalls the glory days of Rigsby’s Kitchen

Critic John Marshall recalls the glory days of Rigsby’s Kitchen, and how this Short North pioneer changed the way our city eats.

Eva Glimcher’s artistic legacy

A Columbus Museum of Art exhibition explores the influential career of the “godmother of contemporary art in the city.”
City Quotient

City Quotient: Relic of a lost landmark

In the park in the Arena District, there’s an archway that is from an old building. What’s the story behind it?

City Quotient: The mural nobody wanted

I would love to know the back story of the large and wonderful mural at the Columbus Convention Center. Is the picture meant to be an allegory?