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Opening Volley: August
22 hours ago

Opening Volley: August

Beyond the incomparable thrill of witnessing a country collectively evolve right in front of us with the recent SCOTUS decision, it’s become a point of pride to know that …
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Parting Shot: LGBTFAQs
22 hours ago

Parting Shot: LGBTFAQs

Q: Wait, the 14th amendment? The hell is that? I thought there were only 10 amendments. A: Actually there are at least 362 by our last count. Most of …
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Man’s Second-Best Friend
23 hours ago

Man’s Second-Best Friend

“When someone asks me if my beard makes me hot during the summer, I like to reply with it makes me hot all year long.” – Unknown I have …
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Shear Innovation
23 hours ago

Shear Innovation

On my first visit to Holy Moses, the conversation revolves around music. Relay Recording owner Jon Fintel is sitting in the chair getting a cut from Justin Perkins, the …
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Street Style: Kristin DeJohn
23 hours ago

Street Style: Kristin DeJohn

I would describe my style as definitely versatile. I hate conforming to a specific style because I love switching up my looks based on my mood or what I’m …
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Fashion, Re-Freshed
2 days ago

Fashion, Re-Freshed

Let’s face it: the “’80s Fashion” images often conjured are of whitewashed, frizzy-haired teens swishing around suburban malls in silk shirts and Z. Cavariccis. There’s much better style from …
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A New Spin
2 days ago

A New Spin

Half a dozen bizarre mallets are piled up near the entrance to the caged court on 11th Avenue. Kind of like croquet equipment placed in a blender—neon green, hot …
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A Place in Line
2 days ago

A Place in Line

“Sell those ladies a license!” boomed a voice, and the room went up in cheers. For Jimmie Beall and Mindy Ross, the words were a long time coming. Sitting …
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The Color of Activism
2 days ago

The Color of Activism

It’s early. I mean really early—like bird-chirping early. At this hour, toddling on the cusp of night and day, the downtown streets are empty and the sun is just …
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Four Words
2 days ago

Four Words

The End of June Every Monday morning in June, marriage equality activists blocked off their calendars and waited. They waited for the Supreme Court ruling on Obergefell v. Hodges, …
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Cocktail Kitsch
1 month ago

Cocktail Kitsch

I love flipping through old family photographs from the 1940s and looking at the beautiful bar carts that my grandparents had, almost as prominent, if not more important than …
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From the Editor
1 month ago

From the Editor

Just a few days before this issue hit the presses… I was having a conversation about culinary publications with an acquaintance who wanted to let me know about a …
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A Revolution in Refreshment
1 month ago

A Revolution in Refreshment

Drinking in public is an odd thing. It carries with it the same thrill inherent in any shucking of social norms or rules. It is a defiant act fraught …
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Fresh Tastes
1 month ago

Fresh Tastes

More than 100 new bars, breweries, or restaurants opened up in the last year, signifying a legitimate boom for the Columbus food & drink industry. These are just a …
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The heART of the home
1 month ago

The heART of the home

Yeah, I have a project pile. A bunch of finds I picked up in my various travels to thrift, secondhand, and resale stores that caught my eye for some …
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Long Live the  Long  Island!
1 month ago

Long Live the Long Island!

I used to dismiss Long Islands. The ones served by campus bars in Athens weren’t better or stronger than most other cocktails, yet they were more expensive. It was, generally …
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Drinks, on the House
1 month ago

Drinks, on the House

Take a look at that photo of your author, Marisa. After we recently featured her in (614) Magazine, we realized that her hospitality, her music taste, her cocktails—that smile—made …
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Most from you ‘Meister
1 month ago

Most from you ‘Meister

To say that Jägermeister has a bad reputation, would be a bit of an understatement. If you don’t have a horror story involving shots of the stuff, or mixing …
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Home Theater: Cocktail
1 month ago

Home Theater: Cocktail

Being a bartender is strange. In many ways, it is no different than being a server. Somebody makes something delicious—like a steak, or a bottle of wine, or a …
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A guide to Bourbon’s Golden Trail
1 month ago

A guide to Bourbon’s Golden Trail

The lush green hills stretch for miles in either direction. A sea of bluegrass, broken only by iconic white wooden fences that form a grid across the landscape, and …
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