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The Paragon Project plays CPAC

In 2016, Fort Hayes began an initiative called the Paragon Project to in which students were paired with professionals to create songs that addressed issues like bullying and depression. On Friday, the Paragon Project will hold a release show for its second album, Medicinal Music, at the Columbus Performing Arts Center.

Opera Project Columbus presents “Amahl and the Night Visitors” “I, Tonya” opens in theaters Safekept album release at Rumba Cafe Saturday

Melissa Yes “Relay” reception at Sean Christopher Gallery

Using classic cartoon character Wile E. Coyote as a metaphor, artist Melissa Yes examines the notions of pursuit and disruption in her mixed-media sculpture/installation/video work. “Relay” also addresses the “trickster” character in folklore and myth, and asks whether the artist can take on the role. The reception is part of January Gallery Hop in the Short North.

“Tom of Finland” screened at Wexner Center Fox in the Snow German Village location opens The Obsessives at Spacebar Sunday

Gospel Soul Brunch at Natalie’s features E-Flat

Singer Debra James Tucker books this monthly series at Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza that features gospel music. Tucker also hosts and, often, performs, sharing the stage with a featured act. This month, it’s jazz outfit E-Flat.

“Twelfth Night: Mystery & Masque” at First Congregational Church “The Phantom of the Opera” at Ohio Theatre