What a Church Should be Like

What a Church Should be Like

By Connie Nimmo Thorn Photo of North Christian Church by Carol Highsmith In 1955, 43 Columbus residents joined together and formed the North Christian Church. As, the congregation grew, they needed a new place of worship. They formed an Architectural Committee to find...
A Community of Dancing Cs

A Community of Dancing Cs

By Connie Nimmo Thorn  Art, architecture and design are around every corner in Columbus, Indiana. Nothing envelopes the city more than the Dancing Cs. Paul Rand gave Columbus its most beloved icon back in the 1970s that lives on today all over Columbus. Rand was a...
Embracing the Spirit of Architecture

Embracing the Spirit of Architecture

Aerial photo of First Christian church by Phil Hanna By Connie Nimmo Thorn  Columbus, Indiana, attracts architecture aficionados across the world for its many structures built by the biggest names in the industry. However, you don’t need to be an expert to appreciate...
Columbus’ Biggest Star

Columbus’ Biggest Star

By Connie Nimmo Thorn Last year, an Indie film took Columbus, Indiana and Sundance by storm. The smart and emotional movie, COLUMBUS, won critical acclaim and awards. And, was even listed as one of the top ten movies to watch in 2017 by over 20 critics. When an...
Oz for Architecture Nerds

Oz for Architecture Nerds

Columbus, Indiana, where is that? I mean, I went to college in Indiana – Butler University – a place one might go to school if they are interested in Pharmacy or Dance. Both of Margaret’s really strong points, no? Most certainly I’ve driven through, in and around...