Arch City

Columbus' unflattering close-up: "I Am Wrath"

The John Travolta movie “I Am Wrath” finally gave our city the cinematic starring role we’ve always craved. But there’s a catch.

Mr. Battenberg's Opus: The Columbus Symphony trumpeter says goodbye

After 50 years with the Columbus Symphony, Tom Battenberg is hanging up his trumpet—sort of. His son explains.

The Maestro of the CAPA Summer Movie Series

Organist Clark Wilson and the art of silent film music

Ohio State's dishonorable diplomas?

Bill Cosby isn’t the only Ohio State honorary degree recipient with a checkered past.

The unlikely Times New Viking reunion

Few expected the Columbus lo-fi pioneers to reunite—especially the band itself.
More Arch City

Columbus' unflattering close-up: "I Am Wrath"

The John Travolta movie “I Am Wrath” finally gave our city the cinematic starring role we’ve always craved. But there’s a catch.

Ohio Stadium comes alive

Summer is no longer a dead time for Ohio Stadium, as this month’s Champions Cup soccer match highlights.

Top 5 for July

Editors' picks for the best of Columbus this month

Matt Male shares the secrets of Putt-Putt

A Columbus Putt-Putt master helps us understand what makes his sport unique and challenging.

The enduring, mysterious popularity of the Ohio State Spring Game

Why do so many people watch a football practice in April? A Spring Game newbie investigates Columbus’ most curious tradition.
City Quotient

City Quotient: The Columbus Quarter Horse Connection

The annual Quarter Horse Congress at the Ohio Expo Center is said to be Central Ohio’s biggest convention-type event. How big is it, and how did we get it?

City Quotient: A relic of Samuel B. Hartman's legacy

Jeff Darbee on the city's railroads and the story behind a South Side schoolhouse