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11 p.m. Sept. 15. That’s when Gay Street and Pearl Alley will be transformed into an area where independent artists, food merchants and other vendors sell their wares, and local artisans get their day in the sun. Watch out for dance troupes, live music from 36 bands on four stages, food carts, street performers and, of course, beer. Free. Thisisindependent.com.

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Circleville Pumpkin Show

King Arts Complex The “Jazz on the Avenue” series opener features Paul Taylor, the saxophonist for the Urban Jazz Coalition, 8 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Pythian Theater. Tickets are $35 for nonmembers or $30 for members and students. 867 Mt. Vernon Ave. 614-645KING or kingartscomplex.org.

Columbus Italian Festival

North Market Events take place at 59 Spruce St. For a full Michael Beaumont

The festival kicks off this year with “Taste of Italy,” featuring cuisine and libations from Columbus’s best Italian eateries, running 5:30-9 p.m. Oct. 1. $40. The festival itself runs 5-11 p.m. Oct. 5, noon-11 p.m. Oct. 6 and noon-8 p.m. Oct. 7 on the grounds of St. John the Baptist Italian Catholic Church, 720 Hamlet St. Highlights include live entertainment, Italian food, dancing and an Italian-American Idol contest. $5 for adults, free for children under 12. Columbusitalianfestival.com.

Country Living Fair Country Living Magazine celebrates more than 200 local artisans, food, decorating, cooking, crafting, antiques and more. Jeni Britton Bauer of Jeni’s Ice Cream will be in attendance, along with Cari Cucksey of HGTVs Cash and Carry. The fair runs 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 14-16. Gates open for early bird patrons at 8:30 a.m. Fri.-Sat. Ohio Village at the Historical Society at E. 17th Avenue and I-71. 1-800-500-FAIR or stellashows.com.

Hot Times Festival Community festival with art cars, live poetry, artisans, vendors, kids’ area, live music and more. The Festival, which is held near Main Street and Parsons Avenue (240 Parsons Ave.) runs 6-midnight Sept. 7, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Sept. 8 and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sept. 9. Charles Walker and the Dynamites headline the live music bill. Free. Hottimesfestival.com.

India Festival A cultural festival that celebrates the traditions of India with dance, live entertainment, music, games, fashion, vendors, a health clinic and more. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8. Vets Memorial, 300 W. Broad St. For more information, visit indiafestival.com.

Independents’ Day The Independents’ Day Festival runs 10 a.m.-

Riverfront Arts Festival The alternative to the Columbus Arts Festival runs every year, Sept. 28-30 at Genoa Park (303 W. Broad St. behind COSI). This year, the seventh-annual festival features artists, vendors, live music and more on the Downtown riverfront. Dispatchevents.com.

Taste of Gahanna The 15th annual event features a “Chef’s Challenge” with local chefs, music by the Dwight Will there be dancing teacups?: CAPA and Broadway Across Lenox Trio, locally catered America present Beauty and the Beast, Oct. 9-14 at the Palace Theatre samples and more, 6-9 p.m. Oct. 13. Aladdin Shrine Center, Downtown theaters. Call 614-469-0939 or 3850 Steltzer Road. $20, $25 week of the visit capa.com for more information. event ($10 for children under 10). 614-471• Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Oct. 9-14. 0451 or taste.gahannaareachamber.com. Palace Theatre. • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Nov. 20Taste of Grandview 25. Ohio Theatre. Sample food from Grandview eateries with craft beer, live music, family-friendly Capitol Theatre activities and more, 2-7 p.m. Oct. 2. Riffe Center, 77 S. High St. (Downtown). Southeast corner of Grandview Avenue and 614-469-0939. Goodale Boulevard next to the Grandview • Ballet Hispanico, Sept. 29. Center. Free.

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PERFORMING ARTS, THEATER, COMEDY Available Light Theatre Columbus Microbrew Fest: Sept. 14-16 description of events, call 614-463-9664 or visit northmarket.com. • Dine Originals Chef Series, Wednesdays through mid-December. • Columbus Microbrew Festival, Sept. 1416. • Local Brews, Booze and Local Foods, Sept. 26. • North Market Harvest Festival, Oct. 13. • Market to Market Festival, Oct 13. • Kids Halloween Party, Oct. 28.

Oakland Nurseries Fall Festival Oakland will host its Fall Festival at each of its locations, including sales, door prizes, allyou-can-carry pumpkins, pig racing, hay rides, pony rides, face painting, pie bake-offs and chili cookoffs. Activities vary by location, visit oaklandnursery.com or call ahead. Locations: Columbus (1156 Oakland Park Ave. 614-268-3511); Delaware (25 Kilbourne Rd., 740-369-5454); Dublin (4261 W.

All performances to be held at the Riffe Center, Studio One Theater. 77 S. High St. 614-558-7408 or avltheatre.com. • Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Sept. 20Oct. 13.

BalletMet Performances are scheduled at various locations. Call 614-586-8674 or visit balletmet.org for more information. • The American Songbook, Sept. 21-Oct. 7, BalletMet Performance Space. • Dracula, Oct. 26-Nov. 3, Capitol Theatre, Riffe Center • The Nutcracker, Dec. 7-23. Ohio Theatre.

Bread and Circus Theatre Performing at Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church, 2930 W. Broad St. 614-464-6809 or bctco.org. • Anne of Green Gables, October.

Performing at the Riffe Center’s Studio Two Theatre (77 S. High St.) unless otherwise noted. 614-469-0939 or catco.org. • Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Oct. 1028. • The Tales of Beatrix Potter, Nov. 9-18. Studio One Theatre. • The Story of my Life, Nov. 28-Dec. 16.

Columbus Children’s Theatre Performing at 512 N. Park St. 614-224-6672 or colschildrenstheatre.org. • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Sept. 27-Oct. 14. • No Dogs Allowed, Nov. 1-11.

Curtain Players Performing at Curtain Players’ Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd. (Galena). 614-360-1000 or curtainplayers.org. • The Curious Savage, through Sept. 16. • Jekyll and Hyde, Oct. 12-28. • Proof, Nov. 23-Dec. 9.

Denison University Theatre All performances take place in the Ace Morgan Theatre, 211 W. College St. (Granville). 740-587-6527 or denison.edu.

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The 2012 festival marks the 105th anniversary of the pumpkin-filled event. The pumpkin show features two daily parades, pumpkin pie, various contests, entertainment, strange pumpkin foods and giant pumpkins. The free festival is an all-day event that runs from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Oct. 17-20 in the streets of Circleville. Pumpkinshow.com or 740-474-7000.

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Mayhem & Mystery

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• A Streetcar Named Desire, Oct. 4-7, 9-11. • Theatres of War, Nov. 8-10, 12-15. 7125 Riverside Drive. 614-889-7444 or dublinarts.org. • Stream, outdoor contemporary dance project, Sept. 14-15.

McCoy Center for the Arts

Funny Bone

Midland Theatre

All performances at 145 Easton Town Center. 614-471-5653 or columbusfunnybone.com. • Columbus Comedy Showcase, Sept. 12, 19, 26. • National Showcase, Sept. 20, 23, Oct. 4, 7, 11, 25, Nov. 8. • Paul Strong Comedy Showcase, Sept. 12, 19, 26. • Bruce Bruce, Sept. 7-9. • Sklar Brothers, Sept. 15. • Berk Kreischer, Sept. 27-30. • Comedians at Law, Oct. 2. • Sheryl Underwood, Oct. 4-6. • Christopher Titus, Oct. 12-14. • Craig Shoemaker, Oct. 17. • Don “DC” Curry, Oct. 26-28. • John Heffron, Nov. 1-4.

Located at 36 N. Park Place, Newark. 614345-5483 or midlandtheatre.org. • Bill Cosby, Sept. 16. • Capital Steps, Oct. 27. • Bill Engvall, Nov. 11.

Located at 100 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. (New Albany). 614-939-2245 or mccoycenter.org. • Mark Twain Tonight, Sept. 20.

Gallery Players Performing at the Jewish Community Center, 1125 College Ave. 614-559-6248 or jccgalleryplayers.org. • November, Oct. 20-28.

King Arts Complex Performing at 867 Mt. Vernon Ave. 614-645KING or kingartscomplex.org. • Working Together: The Medium Leaves a Message (dance), Oct. 5. • Tapestry Performing Arts: The Awakening of Arts Volume I, Sept. 15.

Little Theatre Off Broadway Performing at 3981 Broadway (Grove City). 614-875-3919 or ltob.org. • Kiss Me Kate, Sept. 28-Oct. 21. • Ravenscroft, Nov. 16-Dec. 8.

New Players Theater Performing at the Mill Run amphitheater, 3500 Mill Run Rd. (Hilliard). 614-874-NPTF or newplayers.org. • Good People, Sept. 20-30.

Ohio Wesleyan University Dept. of Theatre and Dance Performances held in the Chappelear Drama Center, 45 Rowland Ave. (Delaware). 740368-3855 or theatre.owu.edu. • The Fairy Queen, Nov. 2-11.

Opera Columbus Performing with Shadowbox Live cast at the Shadowbox facility, 503 S. Front St. (Brewery District). 614-469-0939 or operacolumbus.org. • Puccini’s La Boheme, every Sunday, Oct. 14-Nov. 18.

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Performing at Spaghetti Warehouse, 397 W. Broad St. 614-464-0143 or mayhemmystery.com. • Eighties Epilogue, Sept.-Oct. • Christmas Pageant Crisis, Nov.-Dec.

Lincoln Theatre 769 E. Long St. 614-469-0939 or capa.com. • Paula Poundstone, Sept. 29.

MadLab Performing at 227 N. Third St. (Downtown). 614-221-5418 or madlab.net. • Select Our Season, Sept. 21-29. • Full Frontal Nudity’s Octoberfest, Oct. 5-13.

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• Larry the Cable Guy, Oct. 5. • How to Train your Dragon: Live!, Oct. 1114.

Shadowbox Live Performing at 503 S. Front St. 614-265-7625 or shadowboxlive.org. • Best of Shadowbox Live, through Sept. 15. • Summer Lovin’, through Sept. 21. • Vampires, through Oct. 11. • Full Moon, Sept. 20-Nov. 17. • Chicago, Sept. 8-Nov. 11.

They suck, but they don’t suck: Shadowbox Live’s Stage 2 production, Vampires, plays through Oct. 11

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OSU Dance Performances scheduled at various theaters. Call 614-292-7977 or dance.osu.edu for information. • Stream: Outdoor Contemporary Dance, Sept. 14-15. Dublin Arts Council. • Bebe Miller: Tracing History, through Sept. 29. Urban Arts Space. • Dance Uptown, Nov. 16-17. Mershon Auditorium.

OSU Theater Presentations scheduled for various theaters. 614-292-2295 or theatre.osu.edu for information and tickets. • The Arabian Nights, Oct. 11-21. • RSC Young People’s Shakespeare: King Lear, Nov. 1-10. • The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Nov. 7-11.

Otterbein University Theatre All performances on Otterbein’s Westerville campus. 614-823-1109 or otterbein.edu/theatre. • Noises Off, Sept. 27-30, Oct. 4-6. Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. • Spring Awakening, Oct. 25-27, Nov. 1-3. Campus Center Theatre, 100 W. Home St.

Palace Theatre 34 W. Broad St. 614-469-0939 or capa.com. • Phineas and Ferb—The Best Live Tour Ever, Oct. 28. • In Love with Tyrone, Nov. 3. • Theresa Caputo: Long Island Medium, Oct 29.

Performing at MadLab Theatre and Gallery, 227 N. Third St. 614-221-5418 or madlab.net. • Waiting for Godot, Sept. 6-15.

SRO Theater Company All performances will take place in the Columbus Performing Arts Center, 549 Franklin Ave. 614-410-1137 or srotheatre.org. • To Kill a Mockingbird, begins Nov. 2.

Stuart’s Opera House All performances held at 52 Public Square, Nelsonville. 740-753-1924 or stuartsoperahouse.org. • Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe, Nov. 1-4. • Hansel and Gretel, Nov. 30-Dec. 2.

Vets Memorial Performances at 300 W. Broad St. 614-2214341 or fcvm.com for information and tickets. • Kevin Hart, Oct 19.

Wexner Center All performances at 1871 N. High St. 614292-3535 or wexarts.org. • Palissimo’s The Painted Bird Trilogy: Bastard, Amidst and Strange Cargo, Sept. 12, 13, 16. • Via Brasil Sao Paulo Underground, Sept. 23. • Bebe Miller Company, A History, Sept. 27, 29, 30. • National Theatre of Scotland’s The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Heart, Oct. 31, Nov. 1-4. • The Builders Association: Sontag Reborn, Nov. 15-18.

CONCERTS AND LIVE SHOWS For smaller venues, see The Other Paper’s weekly Live Music Schedule

Schottenstein Center 555 Borror Dr. (OSU). 614-688-8400 or schottensteincenter.com.

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Venue and bar open for special events and during concerts at the LC Pavilion, 391 Neil Ave. 614-431-3600 or promowestlive.com. • SoundOFF with DJ Lance, Sept. 2, Oct. 3, Oct. 24. • J Roddy Walston and the Business, Sept. 13. • The Raveonettes, Sept. 29. • Three Days Grace, Oct. 15. • White Rabbits, Oct. 19. • Wolf Gang, Oct 20.

Alrosa Villa 5055 Sinclair Rd. (North). 614-885-9125 or alrosavilla.com. • (hed) pe, Sept. 15. • Powerman 5000, Noise Auction, Sept. 19. • Nonpoint, Taproot, Oct. 5. • Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, Swizzz, Oct. 6. • Dope, Dever, New Black Jesus, Oct. 19.

The Basement

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An intimate venue at 391 Neil Ave. 614-4313600 or promowestlive.com. • ZZ Ward, Sept. 11. • Safety Suit w/ Go Radio, Taylor Berrett, Sept. 15. • Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Sept. 21. • Lindsey Stirling, Oct. 5. • Polica, Oct. 8. • Mike Watt and the Missing Men, Oct. 10. • Jon McLaughlin, Oct. 13. • Sea Wolf, Oct. 14. • Aer, Oct. 19. • Electric Six, Oct. 20. • El Ten Eleven, Oct. 21. • The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Oct. 24. • Flobots w/ Astronautalis, Oct. 25. • J Boog, Oct. 27. • Green River Ordinance, Nov. 1.

The Bluestone Special events and concert facility at 583 E. Broad St. 614-884-4646 or liveatthebluestone.com. • Love and Theft, Sept. 6. • Kix Brooks w/ Chris Cavanaugh, Sept. 14. • Mac Powell and the Backsliders, Sept. 20. • DATSIK, Sept. 27.

Capitol Theatre 77 S. High St. 614-469-0939 or capa.com. • Clannad, Oct. 16. • Aimee Mann, Nov. 8.

Chamber Music Columbus Performing at the Southern Theatre, 21 E. Main St., 614-267-2267 or columbuschambermusic.org. • St. Lawrence String Quartet, Sept. 15. • Spencer Myer, Piano, Oct. 6.

CityMusic Concert Series Performances at Via Vecchia Winery, 485 S. Front St. 614-223-3093 or citymusiccolumbus.org. • Dane Terry, Sept. 27. • Project Trio, Oct. 28. • Bill Miller, Nov. 4.

Central Ohio Symphony All performances take place in Ohio Wesleyan’s Gray Chapel. 740-362-1799 or centralohiosymphony.org. • Season Debut Concert, Oct. 13. • Holiday Concert, Dec. 9.

Columbus Crew Stadium Located near the Ohio State Fairgrounds at 17th Avenue and I-71. Crewstadium.com. • Zac Brown Band, Sept. 28.

Columbus Jazz Orchestra All performances at the Southern Theatre, 21 E. Main St., unless otherwise noted. 614294-5200 ext. 3 or jazzartsgroup.org. • Inside Track series w/ Akina Adderley and the Vintage Playboys, Sept. 7, Garden Theater. • 40 Years with the Jazz Arts Group w/ Doc Severinsen, Sept. 28-29. • Come Together: From Gershwin to the Beatles, with Gerald Clayton, Jonathan Elliot and Theo Perry, Oct. 25-28. • Offstage at the Jazz Academy: Gerald Clayton, Oct. 27.

Columbus Symphony All performances take place in the Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St., unless otherwise noted. Columbussymphony.com. • Beethoven’s Ninth, Oct. 5. • CSO w/ Air Supply, Oct. 6. Are you All Out of Love?: Air Supply will play with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra Oct. 6

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• Tchaikovsky and Schubert, Oct. 12-13. • Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, Oct. 1921. Southern Theatre.

Early Music in Columbus All performances at Capital University’s Mees Hall, 1 College and Main St. 614-8614569 or earlymusicincolumbus.org. • Armonia Celeste, Sept. 28. • Farallon Recorder Quartet, Oct. 26.

All events at Creekside Park and Plaza, 123 Mill St. 614-342-4250 or gahanna.gov. • The Spikedrivers, Sept. 8. • Creepside Festival, Oct 10.

Grandview Heights Public Library All events listed take place 1685 W. First Ave. 614-486-2951 or ghpl.org. • No. 1 Cat, Sept. 20.

Lifestyle Communities Pavilion An indoor-outdoor venue at 405 Neil Ave. 614-431-3600 or promowestlive.com. • Ed Sheeran, Sept. 10. • Mac Miller, Sept. 14. • Gotye, Sept. 17. • Closer to My Dreams Tour w/ TYGA, Sept. 18. • Bassnectar, Oct. 3. • The Reckoning 2012 Tour w/ Parachute, Drew Holcomb, Oct. 4. • Beneath the Stars 2012, Oct. 5. • Henry Rollins, Oct. 6. • Unashamed Tour 2012 w/ Lecrae, Trip Lee, Tedashii, Oct. 7. • Ingrid Michaelson Acoustic, Oct. 10. • Rosie Reunion, Oct. 12. • Trey Anastasio Band, Oct. 20. • Morrissey, Oct. 24. • Gov’t Mule, Nov. 2. • Passion Pit, Nov. 3.

McConnell Arts Center All events listed take place in Bronwynn Theatre. 777 Evening St., Worthington, 614431-0329 or Mcconnellarts.org. • MAC Songwriters Sampler, Sept. 6. • Craig Bickhardt, Sept 14. • Wonder Twin Powers, Sept. 20. • By Request, Sept. 22. • Don Henry, Oct. 6. • The Floorwalkers, Nov. 1.

McCoy Center for the Arts Located at 100 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. (New Albany). 614-939-2245 or mccoycenter.org. • Amy Grant, Oct. 7.

Midland Theatre Located at 36 N. Park Place (Newark). 614345-5483 or midlandtheatre.org. • Lisa Biales, Sept. 20-21. • Kathy Mattea, Sept. 27. • DePue Quintet and Della Mae, Oct. 5. • POCO, Pure Prairie League, Fireball, Oct. 12. • Here to Stay: The Gershwin Experience, Oct. 14. • Paul Thorn, Oct. 18-19. • The Ethel Quartet and Todd Rundgren, Oct. 24. • Arcattack, Oct. 26.

Nationwide Arena In addition to the events listed below, the arena features a full schedule of Blue Jackets hockey. 614-431-3600 or ticketmaster.com. • Rush, Sept. 20. • Brad Paisley, the Band Perry, Scotty McCreery, Oct. 5. • Tiesto, Oct. 10. • Journey, Pat Benatar, Loverboy, Nov. 7.

Newport Music Hall Concert hall located at 1722 N. High St. 614431-3600 or promowestlive.com. • City Lights, Sept. 7. • Zoso: The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Tribute, Sept. 8. • Odd Future’s Camp Flog Gnaw Tour, Sept. 12. • Kreator, Accept, Sept. 14. • Owl City, Sept. 16. • Beats Antique, Sept. 18. • AWOLNation, Imagine Dragons, Zeale, Sept. 19. • Nightwish, Sept. 21. • The Wombats, Sept. 22. • Dr. Dog, Sept. 24. • Santigold, Sept. 27. • Sleigh Bells, AraabMuzik, Oct. 2. • Barstool Blackout, Oct. 5. • ASAP Rocky, ASAP Mob, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown, Oct. 6. • Two Door Cinema Club, Oct. 8. • 3OH!3, Sammy Adams, Oct. 9. • Crystal Castles, Health, Kontravoid, Oct. 10. • Say Anything, Murder by Death, The Sidekicks, Oct. 14. • Leftover Salmon, Oct. 17. • Corey Smith, Oct. 18. • The Old 97s, Oct. 20. • Moe, Oct. 21. • Electric Guest, Oct. 25. • Xavier Rudd, Oct. 26. • Ekoostik Hookah, Oct. 27.

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Albany. 614-245-4701 or newalbanysymphony.com. • Fantastique with Hilary Hahn and Luis Baiva, Oct. 28.

Ohio Theatre

OSU Music Performing at Weigel Auditorium, 1866 College Rd. 614-292-2870 or music.osu.edu. • Faculty Collage Concert, Sept. 10. • Kia-Hui Tan, Violin, Sept. 17. • OSU Symphony Orchestra, Sept. 21, Oct. 19. • Guest Artist: Duo Terlano, Sept. 24. • Wind Symphony: La Fiesta! Sept. 27. • Concert for India with Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, Sept. 29. • Guest Artists: Wesley Baldwin, Nicholas Ross, Oct. 13. • Scarlet Winds: Nancy Toff, Oct. 15. • HalleBOOia: Halloween, Oct. 26. • Wind Symphony: Converging Cultures, Nov. 11.

Palace Theatre Located 34 W. Broad St. 614431-3600. • Fiona Apple, Oct. 7.

Performances at 21 E. Main St. 614-4690939 or capa.com. • St. Lawrence String Quartet, Sept. 15. • Spencer Myer, Oct. 6.

Stuart’s Opera House All Performances held at 52 Public Square (Nelsonville). 740-753-1924 or stuartsoperahouse.org. • Red Clay Ramblers, Sept. 21. • Free Summer Concert Series, Sept. 28. • Taj Mahal Trio, Oct. 3. • Arlo Guthrie, Oct. 18. • Tinariwen, Oct. 25. • Iris DeMent, Nov. 16.

Wexner Center Performances at 1871 N. High St. 614-2920330 or wexarts.com. • Julia Holter, Hundred Waters, Oct. 1. • Corin Tucker Band, Oct. 3. • Neil Cowley Trio, Oct. 13. • Tinariwen, Kishi Bashi, Oct. 24. • Sing Your Songs: An Evening with Harry Belafonte, Oct. 26. • Rodriguez, Nov. 1.

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Located at 39 E. State St. 614-469-0939 or capa.com. • Shreya Ghoshall, Sept. 23.

Southern Theatre

ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Performing at the Southern Theatre, 21 E. Main St. 614464-0066 or promusicacolumbus.org. • Opening Night, Oct. 14. • Culinary Capers, Nov. 9.

Lincoln Theatre Located at 769 E. Long St. 614469-0939 or capa.com. • Robert Glasper, Oct. 21.

Short North Stage

A musical rediscovery: Soulful Detroit singer/songwriter Rodriguez, will perform Nov. 1 at the Wexner Center Performance Space

Performing at the Garden Theater, 1187 N. High St. 614-725-4042 or shortnorthstage.org. • Born Too Late: James Blackmon, Sept. 14-15. • Cabaret, Sept. 20-Oct. 7.

Six String Concerts All performances at the Columbus Performing Arts Center, 549 Franklin Ave. (Downtown). 614-470-3655 or sixstring.org. • Lori McKenna and Mark Erelli, Sept. 21. • Christine Lavin, Oct. 19.

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• The Story of Film: An Odyssey (2011), Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21. • New Documentary: Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present (2012), Sept. 12. • Visiting Filmmakers: Neighboring Sounds (2012), Sept. 13-14. • Via Brasil: Limite (1931), Sept. 18. Found Memories, Oct. 4. • Classics: Bonjour Tristesse (1958), Bye Bye Birdie (1963), Sept. 19. • Visiting Filmmaker: Natalia Almada’s El General (2009), and Al Otro Lado (2005), Sept. 25. El Velador (2011) and All Named after the Italian guy who sailed in 1492: The Water Has a Perfect Memory Chris Awards, Columbus’s annual film festival, runs Nov. 11-18 (2001), Sept. 26. • Shirley Clarke X 2: Ornette: Made in America (1985), Sept. 27. The Continued from previous page Connection (1982), Sept. 28-29. • Contemporary Screen: Yuri Shevchuck in the McConnell Arts Center, Drexel, Gateway the Shadow of the Empire: Ukranian Film Center and other venues to be National Cinema since 2000, Sept. 28. announced. The Chris Awards will be held at • The Box: The Syphilis of Sisyphus (2011), the Canzani Center Auditorium on the corner Oct. 1-31. of Cleveland Avenue and E. Gay Street. 614• Film History 101: Eraserhead (1977), Oct. 444-7460 chrisawards.org. 2. • Struggle, Sept. 25, Drexel Theatre. • Allison Anders: Directing for Television, • 12th and Delaware, Oct. 16, Gateway Film Oct. 3. Center. • Pop! Impact: A Symposium on the • Pay 2 Play, Oct. 23, Drexel Theatre. Humanities and Popular Culture, Oct. 4. • Visiting Filmmakers: Steve Martino, Oct. 5. Columbus Jewish Film Festival • Ira Sachs Retrospective: Keep the Lights This annual festival runs Nov. 4-15. Film On (2012), Oct. 11-12. The Delta (1997), screenings, educational programs and social Oct. 13. Married Life (2008), Forty Shades events take place at the JCC of Greater of Blue (2004), Oct. 27. Columbus (1125 College Ave.), as well as • The Decameron (1971), Oct. 16. other venues. For a complete and updated • Sunday, Bloody Sunday (1971), Oct. 16. schedule, call 614-231-2731 or visit • Visiting Filmmakers: Sam Green and Yo La cjfilmfest.org. Tengo, The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller (2012), Oct. 18. Gateway Film Center • Contemporary Screen: Nuit #1 (2011), Oct. Showing films at 1550 N. High St. 614-54519. 2255 or gatewayfilmcenter.com. • Contemporary Screen: Alps (2011), Oct. • Hitchcocktober, Sept. 28-Nov. 1. 23-24. • Film Festival of Columbus, Oct. 2-5. • Harry Belafonte: Carmen Jones (1954), • HOOT Family Film Festival, Oct. 27. Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), Oct. 25. • Shock Around the Clock, Oct. 20-21. • Visiting Filmmakers: Alexis Gideon introduces Video Musics III: Floating King Arts Complex Oceans (2012), Oct. 30. Screening films at 867 Mt. Vernon Ave. 614645-KING or kingartscomplex.org. • Girls in the Band, Oct. 4. • VSA Film Festival, Nov. 6.

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Wexner Center All films screen at 1871 N. High St. (OSU). Also included are special events, filmmaker talkbacks and symposiums. For tickets, call 614-292-0330 or wexarts.org. • Classics: Daisies (1966), Sept. 6-7.

This guide does not list smaller reading groups and authors’ events. For a full listing of literature and lecture events, see The Other Paper’s weekly Agenda.

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All events listed take place at 1685 W. First Ave. 614-486-2951 or ghpl.org. • Women’s Suffrage Parade of 1912, Sept. 13. • In Katrina’s Wake, Sept. 18. • Greenlawn Greats, Oct. 4. • Book and AV Sale, Oct. 20-21. • Nostradamus and Notre Dame, Oct. 25.

Many of the exhibits at 480 E. Broad St. have related events, including artist talks and workshops. 614-221-4848 or columbusmuseum.org. • Songs for the New Millennium, Aminah Robinson, through spring 2013. • Elijah Pierce, Sept. 13-spring 2013. • Ground Control: SAND, begins Oct. 2.

Hale Black Cultural Center Located at 153 W. 12th Ave. (OSU). Odi.osu.edu for information. • The Poetics of Mysticism, Oct. 23.

Franklin Park Conservatory

Located at 777 Evening St. (Worthington). 614-431-0329 or Mcconnellarts.org. • Jane Maas, Sept. 27.

Botanical garden featuring art installations and special exhibitions, 1777 E. Broad St. 614-645-8733 or fpconservatory.org. • Live Fire Sundays, Sept. 9, Oct. 7. • Glass Pumpkin Patch, Sept. 29, 30, Oct. 28.

Thurber House

Ohio History Center

McConnell Arts Center

Evenings With Authors, a discussion and book-signing series. Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St. 614-464-1032 or thurberhouse.org. • Kati Morton, Sept. 6. • Jeffrey Toobin, Sept. 24. • Chris Cleave, Oct. 4. • Susan Orlean, Oct. 17.

VISUAL ARTS This guide does not list smaller gallery events. For a full listing of visual arts events, see The Other Paper’s weekly Galleries and Exhibitions listings.

Displaying historic arts and cultural artifacts at I-71 and 17th Avenue. 1-800-686-6124 or ohiohistory.org. • All Hallows’ Eve, Oct. 13, 20.

Wexner Center Displaying works at 1871 N. High St. unless otherwise noted. 614-292-3535 or wexarts.org. • Artist’s Talk: Jessica Stockholder, Sept. 11. • Annie Leibovitz, Sept. 22-Dec. 30. • Found Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Tour: My Heart Is an Idiot, Sept. 27.

Displaying works at the Canzani Center, located at the corner of Cleveland Avenue and East Gay Street. 614-224-9101 or ccad.edu. • Visiting Artist: Aurora Robson, Sept. 12. • The Room by Chris Ware, Sept. 21-Oct. 12. • American Primitives by Todd Slaughter, Sept. 27-Nov. 8. • Visiting Scholar: Roger Martin, Sept. 28. • Mix 2012: Comics Symposium, Oct. 3-6. • Visiting Scholar: Benjamin Anastas, Oct. 19.

A career retrospective : The Wexner Center will present 200 iconic images by Annie Leibovitz from Sept. 22-Dec. 30

The Blues Brothers (Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi), Hollywood, 1979. © Annie Leibovitz

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