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The Columbus Museum brings American art and regional history to life for residents of and visitors to the Chattahoochee Valley. 

Saya Woolfalk: Augmented Visionary Reality Outpost opens October 18 at The Columbus Museum. Recently, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of American Art Jonathan Frederick Walz, Ph.D. sat down with the artist to discuss her creative practice, music, and St. EOM.

Ninety-seven years ago, the Hardaway Company completed construction on the Fourteenth Street Bridge, connecting uptown Columbus, Georgia, to downtown Phenix City, Alabama. The bridge utilizes multiple beams that span the area between abutments in order to relieve the structure of pressure. Years later, the bridge was renamed for local contributor to culture and architecture, Horace King.

In 1969, the patrons of the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Lower Manhattan, led a revolt against police forces during a routine raid of their gathering space. The uprising is often cited as a key spark that ignited the formation of the Gay Liberation Movement. Nine years later, Army […]

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