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 [...]
Construction crews are expected to soon break ground on a new outlet mall north of Columbus after voters in Burkshire Township narrowly approved the development on Tuesday.
The CEO of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation is defending the demolition of the City Center Mall as the best option for the site. Guy Worley spoke Wednesday to the Columbus Metropolitan Club
Demolition is underway on the pedestrian walkway that connects the City Centre mall to the old Lazarus building. Governor Ted Strickland and Mayor Michael Coleman were among the officials on hand today for the unveiling of the demolition over High Street just one block from the state capitol building.
As Christmas Shoppers crowd area malls, there is one place that has plenty of elbow room – The City Center Mall. The mall is largely empty as the city tries to find a new use for the site. WOSU Commentator and local historian Ed Lentz tells us the City Center site has gone through this before.
The city of Columbus has a tentative agreement to takeover the struggling City Center Mall. The city would takeover the downtown Columbus mall and purchase an adjacent vacant lot on High Street for $2.88 million.
Macy’s says it will close its downtown Columbus department story located in City Center Mall. The department store chain says business is too slow to keep the store open. Macy’s shoppers say they’re disappointed.
In another blow to the near empty city center mall, Macy’s has announced it will close its downtown store this fall. The company says the City Center Macy’s will close in November.
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A federal magistrate has ordered a Somali man charged in an alleged plot to blow up a shopping mall transferred to a psychiatric facility to determine whether he’s mentally competent.
A Somali national charged with plotting to blow up a Columbus-area shopping mall appeared Monday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Columbus.A four-count indictment unsealed today charges Nuradin Abdi, 32, with conspiring with admitted al-Qaida member Iyman Faris and others to detonate a bomb at the unidentified shopping mall.