Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
As officials finalize the agreement to buy Nationwide Arena and offer the Blue Jackets free rent, a newly-released report illustrates the team’s financial situation.
Franklin County Commissioners, in a unanimous vote, approved the deal that moves forward a city-county purchase of Nationwide Arena.
In what should be the final step to finalize a city and county arena purchase, Franklin County Commissioners are expected to vote on the deal Tuesday morning.
The $10 million loan got the unanimous support of the state board.
The Green Bay Packers are offering fans to buy stock in the team. Which Ohio pro sports team would you buy stock in? The Blue Jackets, Bengals, Crew…. How much would you be willing to pay?
The league’s Board of Governors has approved a plan to realign the league into four regional conferences.
The public purchase of Nationwide Arena, saving jobs, fighting crime and managing city money were issues that split the eight candidates for Columbus City Council at Thursday’s debate at the the Columbus Metropolitan Club.
The Blue Jackets are still looking for their first win. The team has not won since city and county leaders announced a plan to buy Nationwide Arena and offer the Blue Jackets free rent. It’s an attempt to keep the team in Columbus and keep The Arena District vibrant. Do the team’s on-ice struggles change your feelings on the deal?
Taxpayers are even closer to owning a sports arena. Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority board members approved the CFA’s portion of the deal.
Columbus taxpayers are one step closer to being the brand new owners of an arena. Columbus City Council voted in favor of a city-county purchase of Nationwide Arena.