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Friday Speedy Ortiz at Double Happiness
On its headlining tour, which hits Double Happiness on Friday, June 17, Speedy Ortiz plans to play a couple of new songs written since the release of the band's lauded sophomore album, Foil Deer - a taut, aggressive batch of songs that crackle with bold energy. ("I'm not bossy, I'm the boss," Dupuis sings on standout track "Raising the Skate.")"Dark Horse" opens in theaters "Deephan" opens at Gateway Film Center Eclipse Theatre Company presents "Precious Heart" CMA hosts "a different kind of Picasso show" "Game Masters: The Exhibition" at COSI Danielle Julian Norton/Melissa Vogley Woods "girls in pantyhose" at Angela Meleca Gallery Saturday War Elephant visits Carabar in support of its long-in-the-works debut
Long press times are one side effect of the surge in demand for vinyl LPs. Couple that with the financial outlay (manufacturing costs are seriously expensive), which required months of scrimping and saving, and it's no wonder the self-titled debut from local duo War Elephant surfaced nearly two years after the pair completed initial recording sessions at Club Sandwich Studios in the fall of 2014.Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade A$AP Ferg at Express Live And the Kids at Big Room Bar Buckeye Country Superfest at Ohio Stadium Superdreamer Summer Party at the Summit Solitaires at Brothers Drake Pure Bathing Culture at Ace of Cups New presentations at Sean Christopher Gallery Heather Lynn Kyle's "Sappy Hulk" exhibition at Wild Goose Creative "Hidden Colors 4" at King Arts Complex and Pythian Theater Holly Wilson's "Vapid Conventionalities" at 934 Gallery Sunday "Aaron Fowler: Tough Love"
Even if you're a regular at galleries and museums, it's an unusual thing to see artwork that strikes so powerfully on first viewing that it pushes you beyond the intellectual and the verbal and just elicits a "Whoa." An experience like this is currently available at CCAD's Beeler Gallery. The opening solo in a quartet of exhibitions connected by the use of found objects, "Aaron Fowler: Tough Love" introduces Columbus to the intensely visceral talents of a fresh and fast-rising star in the contemporary art world.Buckeye Country Superfest "Angels in America" at Columbus Performing Arts Center "Invention of Theatre" at Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall Short North Stage presents "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" Actors Theatre presents "Othello" in Schiller Park