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Friday Andicus CD release at Rambling House

Andy Kuss finds solace in Americana music - an interest that began at the age of 7, when his grandfather introduced him to the baritone ukulele, and developed further when he found his mother's guitar and began playing tunes out of her Joan Baez songbook. Kuss, who calls Clintonville home, played in various bands at Miami and afterward, eventually landing on the name Andicus for his folk-indebted debut solo album, Win Win World, which he'll celebrate with a release show at Rambling House on Friday, Feb. 3. 

“New Works” by Joshua Penrose reception at 934 Gallery Pedro Almodovar’s ‘Julieta’ opens in theaters World Cinema Weekend at Gateway Film Center Taj Weekes & Adowa at Spacebar Little Beat plays Double Happiness Sarah Oppenheimer and Laurent Stalder conversation at Wexner Center Welshly Arms at Rumba Cafe Saturday ‘3 Artists’ exhibition at Hammond Harkins

In 1997, Marlana Hammond Keynes opened an art gallery in Bexley (the gallery relocated to its current Short North digs in 2015). Her first three shows featured artists who were established, but whose eventual impact on art and culture in Columbus and beyond had not yet reached its apex. The first was landscape artist Paul Hamilton, followed consecutively by Denny Griffith and Aminah Robinson. As the gallery marks its 20th anniversary, it brings the work of those three artists together for "3 Artists," a show that continues through the end of the month.

Bluesman Toronzo Cannon at Natalie’s Young Heart Juried Exhibition ‘The Color of Love’ at Sean Christopher Gallery ‘3 Divergent Views’ exhibition at Marcia Evans Gallery Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings play A&R Music Bar Mr. Fahrenheit & The Loverboys at Rumba Cafe Chain Gang of 1974 at Skully’s CATCO’s "Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery" at Studio One Theatre Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir at Southern Theatre Druid plays Spacebar Ma Holos at Double Happiness Sunday Short North Stage presents dark comedy ‘Hand of God’

Puppets and religion can be a harrowing combination. Especially when the puppet is Tyrone. The dark comedy "Hand to God," which opens at Short North Stage this weekend, finds a church puppet show terrorized when one of the puppets takes over the left hand of its operator, the teenaged Jason, resulting in a foul-mouthed and rowdy force for  bad.

“Taming of the Shrew” at Columbus Civic Theater Winter Flea art and craft show at Strongwater