Concerns are spreading over the selection of R&B singer R.Kelly as a headliner at the upcoming Fashion Meets Music Festival, prompting two of the other musical acts to bow out of the lineup and a sponsor to re-evaluate its involvement.
COTA’s plan to start real-time bus tracking on the web by the end of July has been shelved — again. Technical complications have held up the system’s launch several times. It originally was scheduled for the start of 2014.
In their DVD concert film released in April, the Milk Carton Kids pluck guitar strings (and poke fun at each other) in a place familiar to central Ohioans: the Lincoln Theatre in Columbus.
“That was the nicest theater we ever played up to that date,” said singer-guitarist Joey Ryan, recalling the October show on the Near East Side. “Mostly, we were playing in tiny little rock clubs and dive bars.”
Ryan still can’t explain the warm reception he and Kenneth Pattengale, the other half of the twosome, received on E. Long Street.
Columbus will soon be home to of one of the biggest New York-style pizza chains. Sbarro said yesterday it will move its headquarters to Columbus from New York by early October as it emerges from bankruptcy protection.
Michael Scott’s favorite New York pizza joint is headed to Columbus.