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Letter from the Editor: Tis the Season to Enjoy Columbus

There are no excuses this summer: Enjoy every moment of the season, from start to finish, while using our May issue as your guide.

Meet the Artists Behind The Joseph, Columbus’ Hottest Art-Inspired Hotel

Ron and Ann Pizzuti have spent years building an internationally praised collection of contemporary art. Now, Ron and his son, Joel, have opened The Joseph—a hotel filled with works from around the world that also celebrates talent close to home.

Where’s the Line?: After Abusive Relationship, One Woman Offers Wisdom to Other Victims

Lisa Schartiger, a victim of domestic violence, discusses the “Where’s the Line?” campaign and offers advice on picking up the pieces
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Gaiman, Bechdel among new table hosts at PEN gala

NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Gaiman, Art Spiegelman and Alison Bechdel are among the writers who have agreed to be table hosts at next week's PEN American Center gala after six authors withdrew in protest of an award being given to the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

'Avengers' sequel is second biggest US opener of all time

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The "Avengers" sequel has failed to top the record opening weekend of the first film. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" grossed a staggering $187.7 million in its first three days in theaters according to Disney estimates on Sunday, but it is a far cry from the first film's $207.4 million debut in 2012.

New site, app, links celebrities, charities and donors

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chatting on the red carpet with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence; recording a country song with Clint Black; working a relief mission with Patricia Arquette; receiving a serenade from Michael Bolton on a Caribbean island. These are just some of the WOW! moments possible for everyday donors through a new online charity service that combines star power with digital marketing savvy to contribute millions to celebrity causes worldwide.

Celebrities: fight-watching, betting and making Vegas money

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Celebrities are taking sides in the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao matchup just like everyone else. Unlike most of us, some of the stars are close friends of the fighters, can scoff at a $100,000 wager or a $10,000 ticket and will get to be center stage on the Las Vegas club scene during a weekend where watchers are willing to pony up $50,000 for a table.