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CONVENIENCE IS KING
5 days ago

CONVENIENCE IS KING

‘There just aren’t enough hours in the day’. If only I had a bagel for every time I said that… With so much to do and such little time …
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The Unofficial Guide to NHL All-Star Weekend
1 week ago

The Unofficial Guide to NHL All-Star Weekend

After years of waiting, the NHL All-Star Game finally arrives in Columbus on Sunday, January 25. The Arena District will be filled with all kinds of spectacles and festivities …
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Rock Star
3 weeks ago

Rock Star

Rock Star: when you hear that word, Tony Reynaldo isn’t probably the type that comes to mind. The globally recognized rock climbing holds designer and professional climber is now …
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Opening Volley
3 weeks ago

Opening Volley

Damn, I love a good interview. So it stands to reason that I also love The Interview Issue, (614)’s fourth annual celebration of intriguing Columbus personalities through a series …
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The Interview Issue
3 weeks ago

The Interview Issue

The interview is the backbone of journalism, the spine around which a writer molds the flesh of the article. When elevated to a format for telling the story in …
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Jess Mathews: Cyclist/Activist
3 weeks ago

Jess Mathews: Cyclist/Activist

Jess Mathews absolutely, positively does not want the photo accompanying this interview to feature her on her bike.While so much of her public profile is filled with images of the lean …
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Bobby Silver: Entrepreneur, Musician, Artist
3 weeks ago

Bobby Silver: Entrepreneur, Musician, Artist

Somewhere in the 1980s, Akron hit the skids. Economic recession decimated the downtown district, and many of the city’s famed rubber factories—the jewels of an already modest crown—were shutting …
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Sangeeta Lakhani: Owner, Bodega/The Table
3 weeks ago

Sangeeta Lakhani: Owner, Bodega/The Table

Sangeeta Lakhani and I stand in front of a tower of Amul packaged butter, the smiling face of a weirdly suggestive cartoon girl looking back at us, finger to …
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Greg Lashutka: Former Mayor, City of Columbus
3 weeks ago

Greg Lashutka: Former Mayor, City of Columbus

As (614) Photo Editor Chris Casella and I waited for Greg Lashutka to arrive at Stauf’s in German Village, we talked about our personal impressions of the former mayor. …
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Nancy Kramer: Founder and Chairman, Resource/Ammirati
3 weeks ago

Nancy Kramer: Founder and Chairman, Resource/Ammirati

Nancy Kramer was an early believer in the transformative power of personal computing. Her ad agency pioneered interactive digital marketing before that meant anything to the masses, and her …
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Kelli Martin: Alternative Fashion Mob
3 weeks ago

Kelli Martin: Alternative Fashion Mob

Kelli Martin, 34, decided she had had enough of the designer drama, crushing rent rates in California, and exclusivity that had come to define the fashion industry for her. …
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Joe Deloss: Founder, Hot Chicken Takeover
3 weeks ago

Joe Deloss: Founder, Hot Chicken Takeover

Have you ever asked yourself what it truly means to be “in the zone?” I’m not sure I’ve seen a proper definition of the phrase, but much like the …
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From the Editor
1 month ago

From the Editor

Last month, I ate small-batch beef jerky. You have questions, I assume. I do, too. Freely consuming such a thing leads one to question plenty about themselves and their …
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Merry & Gay
1 month ago

Merry & Gay

It’s that time of year: when you spend uncomfortable time with family members who you never actually talk to, and who haven’t had a meaningful conversation with you since …
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Hot Times
1 month ago

Hot Times

John Hard is never too far from the flame. A fire-protection engineer by trade, he was born into a long line of specialists—his father, Harold owned a local fire-protection …
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Fresh Tastes
1 month ago

Fresh Tastes

A multitude of new bars, breweries, and restaurants opened up in the last year, signifying a legitimate boom for the Columbus food and drink industry. These are just a …
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At Your Service
1 month ago

At Your Service

“There has to be something else,” Eric Hayes thought to himself as he ate what felt like his millionth salmon salad. He was—and is—a busy guy who didn’t have …
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Long Gong
1 month ago

Long Gong

It’s a lovely fall afternoon, and the Columbus Historical Club’s Doug Motz is sipping cocktails on the patio of the Grass Skirt Tiki Room, pointing out George the Pig—a …
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The New North Market
1 month ago

The New North Market

When it rains, it pours—or so says the Morton’s salt girl. The same could be said for the North Market, as so many shuffles, revamps, and newbies have seasoned …
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Pop Goes the Menu
1 month ago

Pop Goes the Menu

From infrequent seasonal events and festivals to word-of-mouth happenings, pop-up eateries have become the edible whack-a-mole of the local scene. Originally, pop-ups were simply kitchen takeovers for brief periods …
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Behind the Line: Barcelona
1 month ago

Behind the Line: Barcelona

(Editor’s Note: Stock & Barrel and (614) Magazine devote plenty of ink to the people with their name at the top of the menu. This is the second in …
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Waste Not
1 month ago

Waste Not

I usually start my stories on a lighter note. But this isn’t much of a laughing matter. Since I came to this country, I have been amazed by the …
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