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Shakespeare in the Park, Poet/Composer Collabs and… a GoT Rave?

As I’m glancing through the calendars on ColumbusMakesArt.com, I’m amazed at the diversity of arts events happening this weekend, whether it’s new musical works created with local poets, to outdoor theater and music performances, to an Read More
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Events to celebrate summer (while we can)

It’s Labor Day weekend, which means fall in all its glory is around the corner. If we are very lucky we are about to embark on weeks of cooler, but still warm, temperatures that will have me and mine squeezing every last bit of fun out of Read More
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Suspended Sculptures, Improv Shows, Documentaries About Poets & More

I talk about the weather all the time, but only because it so affects my mood and energy level. And I come alive when it’s cooler out. So I’m really excited about this new exhibition that just opened in Schiller Park, called Suspension: Read More
Weekend Warriors

A prescription for surviving the holidays

Happy Thanksgiving (a little early). As I gear up for the holiday weekend, I’m sharing my tips for outings early to help you get a jump start on planning. For those who find the holidays, and its human interactions, stressful; the arts can Read More
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Last call on 2019 and these arts events

This will be the last Weekend Warriors for the year—actually, for the decade. I do not want to head into the new decade with regrets so below are a list of shows that I want to be sure to see before that ball drops New Year’s eve. Here: Read More
Weekend Warriors

Stay out later with these eight events

Update 3//12/20: Since the writing of this blog post, several events have been canceled as arts organizations make difficult but responsible choices to help limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). I have deleted canceled events and all Read More
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Andrew Welsh-Huggins, writer

“My life of crime started with The Happy Hollisters, a series of children’s books published in the 1960s about five kids who ran around the fictional town of Shoreham, U.S.A. solving mysteries. I graduated to the Encyclopedia Brown Read More

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