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Exhibit Columbus: An Expert's Review

The temporary installations that you’ll find scattered around Columbus, Indiana, through November 26 have intimidating company. They occupy hallowed architectural ground, positioned in dialogue with buildings by Eliel and Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Kevin Roche, Gunnar Birkerts, and many other leading voices of 20th-century architecture and design. But it’s the 21st century that is the […]

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Where To Dine During Exhibit Columbus

Exhibit Columbus opens to the public August 26, providing ample eye candy for self-guided walking tours of 18 new site-specific public art installations designed with the city’s notable architectural heritage in mind. Heading to check out the opening weekend? You’re bound to work up an appetite appreciating all that art and architecture. These are a […]

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A Conversation With Savoir Adore

Having lived through the ups and downs of relationships, both personally and professionally, founding member of Savoir Adore Paul Hammer talks loss, love, and the concept of home. Channeling the prime of ’80s pop music that mixes synth-heavy melodies with deep, heavy emotional lyrics, Savoir Adore have gone through two co-lead singers, released three studio […]

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Our Favorite Chicago Design Weekend Is Here

Every once in a while—and specifically, this weekend—we binge on new aesthetic ideas in Chicago.

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Dachshund Races, Amy Schumer, and Cubs Games

Between weiner dogs at Germanfest and weiner jokes from Amy Schumer, we’ll be laughing our way to Monday.

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Road Trip: Detroit Is Back

Need a weekend getaway? Time to rethink Detroit.

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: Tamika’s Goodbye, The Vonnegut Opera, and More

We’re looking forward to a weekend of Vonnegut opera, craft cocktail tours, and Home-A-Rama.

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Miss IN Light IN? Three More Digital Projection Festivals to See

Looking for your next fix of “photon bombing”? Here’s where to go.

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In the Driver’s Seat for ‘People’s 500’ Exhibition

Sugarmann—whose work “engages the automotive industry as a manufacturer of human identity” and has been shown nationally and internationally—interviewed, photographed, and filmed each participant. The result is an oral and visual history of the Indianapolis 500, exhibited at Big Car’s new cultural center, the Tube Factory.

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Spark Will Return to Monument Circle—and Elsewhere

Suggestions from last year’s users include outdoor movies, putting dance steps on the bricks, basketball, and pony rides.

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Dapper Animal Plates

That one friend who has everything definitely doesn’t have these.

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Feline Film Frenzy

It’s not about cat videos, it’s about watching cat videos together.

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Discovery: Coal Yard Coffee

“The whole thing is built around a place for people to come, meet the artists, see them at work, and hang out.”

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The Eiteljorg Museum Adds to Its Contemporary Collection

This year’s show includes paintings inspired by abstract expressionism, waxed cloth sculpted around steel rods, and a multimedia installation of faces and masks on drums that seem to sing in Tlingit.

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Seven Ways to Spend Halloween

Escape your couch (and the incessant stream of trick-or-treaters) this Halloween.

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