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Freak Flag Flying
1 day ago

Freak Flag Flying

Singer-songwriter Charity Crowe was born for the spotlight. As a performer her imitable personality is raw, rebellious, and full of impassioned revelry. At Rumba Café, she covets the small …
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Infinite Jester
1 day ago

Infinite Jester

It’s simply too hard to sum up Copywrite when you’re dealing with a deadline. I was determined to attempt that feat but within the first five minutes of texting …
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614Live: The Dream of the ’90s vs. the Dream of the ’90s
3 weeks ago

614Live: The Dream of the ’90s vs. the Dream of the ’90s

There has never been a better, more fitting slogan for a band than “Primus Sucks!” The San Franciscan trio had the nearly packed LC Pavilion chanting in unison, realizing …
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Opening Volley: August
4 weeks 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
4 weeks 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
4 weeks 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
4 weeks 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
4 weeks 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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Cocktail Kitsch
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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!
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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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