The Columbus Museum brings American art and history to life for the communities of the Chattahoochee Valley.
A total of 39 different non-profits aimed at preventing crime were awarded money this year through the Columbus Crime Prevention Program. See the full list here.
If you’re looking for an amazing, unforgettable destination that’s still something of a hidden gem, here are just a few fun things to do in Columbus, Georgia.
When Cathy Fussell opens the door to her downtown Columbus loft, the first sensory shock is the sheer vastness of the space. It just hits you. A wide open, 2,900 square-foot cube in a renovated denim mill with 20-foot ceilings and a 75-foot long wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. And when your eyes finally refocus, you notice that the place is more art studio than living space. To the point that you ask if she actually lives there. This is no home with a studio out back. This is a workshop with a bed.