Category Columbus Connections

Events in Columbus for the weekend 03-25-16

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Montana of 300
Presented By: Agora and Earth Entertainment
All Ages/6:00PM/$20 DOS
BUY TICKETS: $15 ADV
Hip-Hop
Live Music
https://www.facebook.com/Montana-of-300-194873963868354/

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Jor’dan Armstrong & Friends concert

Jor’dan Armstrong is One of the Hottest Recording Artists that hails from the ATL! He’ll be in the new feature film “God’s Not Dead 2”, he’s been featured on MTV, the Real House Wives of Atlanta, Aspire TV, Billboard, Stellar Awards and so much more!!! Buy your tickets NOW before they sell out and experience the #BlessUp sounds of Jor’dan Armstrong at Skully’s!!!

Price: $20 – $40

 

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RAY JR
“Gold Packs Tour”
18+/8:00PM/$20 DOS
Hip Hop/Rap
Live Music
https://www.facebook.com/RayJr216
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This weekend in Columbus Ohio

Columbus Connections 2016

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Xtreme Gospel Comedy Night!

Come and Laugh Yourself to Life as we celebrate Dr. King!  Monday January 18th @ 7pm at the Columbus Funny Bone @ Easton Town Center

 

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Witness: Black Independent Film

Per screening: $8 general public, $6 students, Wex members, and seniors

Join us for an eclectic, five-night series exploring the African American independent filmmaking scenes in New York, Los Angeles, and beyond. Witness offers a much-needed focus on the pioneers who created landmark, often radical films with meager resources: from classics by Charles Burnett, Kathleen Collins, Spike Lee, Spencer Williams, and Billy Woodberry, to more recent works by Arthur Jafa (who visits to introduce Dreams are Colder Than Death) and Khalik Allah.

Spanning more than 70 years, Witness explores a wide range of subject matter—poverty, faith, civil rights, and cultural identity—as told through wildly varying genres, from stark drama and documentary to horror. Made at a time before African American directors received Hollywood support, the films featured here are not just major works of cinema, but vital acts of honesty, defiance, and in some cases, creative revolt.

Schedule:

She’s Gotta Have It (Spike Lee, 1986)
Field Niggas (Khalik Allah, 2014)
Thu, Jan 21 | 7 PM
2nd film 8:35 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

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