Editors' picks for the best of Columbus this month

Cinema Revival: A Festival of Film Restoration, Feb. 22-26

Film preservation will take center stage at the Wexner Center in February for a six-day celebration of recently restored cinematic masterworks. Highlights include the film noir “Mildred Pierce,” the screwball comedy “Twentieth Century” and the thriller “The French Connection,” as well as international films such as Cuba's “Memories of Underdevelopment” and Japan's “Tampopo” (a so-called “ramen Western”). wexarts.org

Rosanne Cash, Feb. 12

Johnny Cash may never have actually had a boy named Sue, but he did have a daughter named Rosanne who became an acclaimed singer-songwriter as well. The four-time Grammy winner will bring her body of work, including chart-toppers “Seven Year Ache” and “I Don't Know Why You Want Me,” to the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts in New Albany. mccoycenter.org

Columbus Blue Jackets Winter Park, Feb. 3-26

Grab your ice skates and bundle up for some outdoor winter fun at the Columbus Blue Jackets Winter Park, returning to McFerson Commons in the Arena District. Public skating, a Blue Jackets team practice and other community events will be held at the NHL-sized ice rink, with other attractions for the public to enjoy, such as the free two-lane Mad River Mountain Tubing Hill and a rink-side heated tent for spectators.Ice skating admission is $5 and includes skate rental. nhl.com/bluejackets/fans/winter-park

The Price Is Right Live, Feb. 10

Here's your chance to play The Price Is Right without ever leaving Columbus. CAPA brings this interactive stage show—with special guest host Jerry Springer—to the Palace Theatre so you can “come on down” to compete in classic games from the TV show, including the famous Showcase. Prizes can range from appliances and vacations to the oft-coveted new car. capa.com

Chris Rock, Feb. 18-19

The “Total Blackout” tour is the standup comedian's first in nine years, and it couldn't come at a better time—a month into the presidency of Donald J. Trump. Rock's two-night stand at the Palace Theatre will feature all new material—and no doubt offer a cathartic experience for those still recovering from the Nov. 8 election. capa.com