Carrie Beth Wallace, The Ledger-Enquirer

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Past articles by Carrie:

Young Art Patrons is a growing, diverse group that’s making a big impact in Columbus

For nearly five years, the Columbus Museum has been home to the only arts organization in town that is entirely composed of young professionals. → Read More

CSU’s production of ‘Junie B. Jones’ creates creative challenges for cast

Columbus State University’s Department of Theatre opens their children’s production of “Junie B. Jones” this week. → Read More

Boris Abramov, Ledger-Enquirer

It’s not every day that someone who lives in Columbus releases an album that’s available on Amazon, iTunes and Spotify. This week, it happened for a local violinist and his longtime friend. → Read More

Jazz at The Loft, Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus has a few well-kept secrets in its cultural wheelhouse. The Loft’s series of live jazz concerts is one of those things. → Read More

Steeplechase continues to invest in the arts with annual event

Steeplechase at Callaway Gardens returns Saturday for its 33rd annual benefit for the arts. → Read More

Off Broadway Trio’s free concert to showcase contemporary music

The Off Broadway Trio’s concert this week at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts will offer a rare opportunity to see music composed by living composers played live in Columbus. → Read More

Founders of CSU’s Schwob School of Music say its growth ‘has been a community endeavor’

Henry and Joyce Schwob have been involved with Columbus State University for most of their lives. → Read More

Midland Players' ‘Murder in Music City’ to benefit local charities

The Midland Players are set to open their production of “Murder in Music City” this week at the Midland Lodge. → Read More

A ‘BEAUTIFUL’ success story: Columbus State grad making his Broadway debut

Not many local actors can say they’ve gone from Broadway Street to Broadway in New York City, but Michael Stiggers is living his dream. → Read More

Big names to headline Soul Fest 2017 at Columbus Civic Center

The Columbus Civic Center’s annual Soul Fest concert boasts some big names in soul this year. → Read More

Pink Floyd and Motown: RiverCenter’s new season offers something for everyone

The RiverCenter for the Performing Arts is bringing something for everyone to Columbus in their 2017-2018 season. → Read More

Former jail continues to thrive as art museum in LaGrange

LaGrange, Ga., is home to an art museum with an unusual history. → Read More

Columbus Symphony Orchestra’s Del Gobbo honored with endowment, portrait

Del Gobbo is known for his confident leadership skills, immense knowledge of the orchestral repertoire, and for the humility and humor that accompanies him wherever he goes. His “Know the Score” pre-concert lectures are a Columbus staple with those who enjoy learning about the evening’s repertoire through the humorous perspective of the maestro himself. → Read More

Columbus Museum gets teens into the Chattahoochee film craze

Columbus and the Chattahoochee Valley are experiencing enormous growth in the popularity and presence of the film industry in the area. With the founding of annual events like Way Down Film Festival and the opening of Fun Academy Motion Pictures Studio in 2016, there is no doubt that Columbus has put itself on the map across the industry. → Read More

photoSLAM! showcases work of Columbus area students at Civil War Naval Museum

The Columbus area will get a cross between a poetry slam and a photography exhibit when photoSLAM! opens this week at the Civil War Naval Museum. → Read More

Students shine as patrons dine at ‘GUSTO!’

It’s no secret that Columbus State University’s Schwob School of Music isn’t afraid to put its students front and center — well, center stage, that is. This is most readily seen at the lively annual scholarship benefit event that’s appropriately named “GUSTO!” → Read More

Black Art in America Gallery draws visitors from across the nation

There’s a new art gallery in town that’s gaining national attention. → Read More

‘A Christmas Carol’ cast and crew has ties to Columbus

It’s not often that a national tour of a famous show boasts personal ties to Columbus. But this week, the Nebraska Theatre Caravan will bring its production of “A Christmas Carol” to the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. → Read More

Cantus Christmas concert to feature harpist, new compositions

Cantus Columbus’ annual Christmas concert has become a holiday tradition for many families in the Chattahoochee Valley. → Read More

Springer continues Christmas tradition with ‘A Tuna Christmas’

“A Tuna Christmas” returns to the Springer Opera House, but this year’s production will be the first without the presence of Ron Anderson. → Read More