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The Neighborhood Issue
6 hours ago

The Neighborhood Issue

As pride in Columbus has gained momentum, there has been a simultaneous increase in the popularity of posters of maps highlighting our primary neighborhoods. It’s a curious trend in …
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Verve in the ‘Burbs
6 hours ago

Verve in the ‘Burbs

While the city courts more and more younger Columbus residents to downtown with the promise of luxury apartments and gastropubs, the suburbs have been quietly following suit, developing a …
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A new generation in Olde Towne East
6 hours ago

A new generation in Olde Towne East

The hard morning rain had soaked the cobblestones and now, under the heat of the ripening sun, an as-yet invisible steam rose and hung low over the bricks. A …
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The extended horizons of Merion Village
6 hours ago

The extended horizons of Merion Village

Go to the southwest corner of East Deshler and City Park at 10 o’clock in the morning and face the sun. Gaze across the landscape. A lake. A bridge. …
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The Transformation of Franklinton
7 hours ago

The Transformation of Franklinton

We use a strip mall where West Broad meets I-70 to turn around in Chris Sherman’s rehabbed 1965 Ford Thunderbird. This is the end of the line in Franklinton …
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Unlocking the “secret” of Italian Village
7 hours ago

Unlocking the “secret” of Italian Village

Carolynne Holmes and her family have just returned from a funeral, but they’re in good spirits, taking selfies with family members in town from Las Vegas in the doorway …
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Usonian Utopia
7 hours ago

Usonian Utopia

Even architectural novices likely have heard of Frank Lloyd Wright, the greatest American building designer, but most people probably aren’t familiar with Ted van Fossen. In 1956, the latter …
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Parting Shot: The Salad Days of Fundraising
8 hours ago

Parting Shot: The Salad Days of Fundraising

In July, Columbus’s Zach “Danger” Brown began a Kickstarter campaign to make potato salad. Objective: Basically I’m just making potato salad. I haven’t decided what kind yet. In the …
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City of Godman
9 hours ago

City of Godman

Ellen Moss Williams was first hired at the Godman Guild in 1994, the same year the nonprofit association moved into its current home on East Sixth Avenue in Weinland …
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{Apostrophes}
9 hours ago

{Apostrophes}

In our Apostrophes section, (614) Magazine attempts to highlight some of the incredible literary talent that lives, works, and writes in Columbus. If you are an interested writer, please …
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How do you turn this on?
9 hours ago

How do you turn this on?

Oh geez…transistors Silicon Valley vacuum tubes…uh, fusebox? Circuitry? I’ve been tapped to write a tech column for the next few months. I’m going to do my best. A confession: …
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If the shoe fits…buy it in every color
9 hours ago

If the shoe fits…buy it in every color

You never know a woman until you walk a mile in her Manolo Blahniks, right? Besides confidence and a smile, a pair of shoes is a woman’s best accessory. …
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Dream Seats
1 month ago

Dream Seats

It’s summertime. It’s finally nice. So get your ass to at least one of these 10 outdoor oases. Milestone 229 229 S Civic Center, www.milestone229.com This “Jewel of the …
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Barkeep’s Best Friend
1 month ago

Barkeep’s Best Friend

On any given weekend your favorite bar is busy – packed like fat guys into spandex –likely because you go to great bars. You frequent this establishment at least …
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Gone Native
1 month ago

Gone Native

I once broke up with a guy because of trail mix. A serious outdoorsman, he did a 20-mile bike ride one morning. Afterwards, he tossed dried berries and fruit …
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Homegrown, Homemade
1 month ago

Homegrown, Homemade

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Desserts by Jeni Britton Bauer Columbus’ ice cream ambassador has issued her follow-up to the dairy queen’s James Beard Award-winning Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at …
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Playing with Food
1 month ago

Playing with Food

John Croke freely admitted that he is not a natural born cook. Microwaving eggs, for example, was a technique to which Croke had grown accustomed during darker times in …
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Cbus 201: Wasserstrom
1 month ago

Cbus 201: Wasserstrom

Wasserstrom. It’s one of those names that locals kinda know, but can’t quite pin down. It has something to do with food, yeah? Yes, it does. It fact it …
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Breaking the Chain
1 month ago

Breaking the Chain

“I’m not a ‘chain’ guy,” Lenny Kolada said, as he explained the thought that went into Barley’s. “I think people who go to chains are not introspective enough to …
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Booze You Can Use
1 month ago

Booze You Can Use

The home bar is a sacred place. An altar upon which the quotidian drudgery may successfully be reflected upon, celebrated, purged, or simply ignored altogether. In stoic rituals of …
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Off the Grid
1 month ago

Off the Grid

My GPS is confused. I’m a couple of miles east of the one-stoplight village that is Marengo, Ohio and Siri is in obstinate mode, insisting that I turn left …
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King of Beers
1 month ago

King of Beers

Have you ever enjoyed a locally brewed craft beer in Columbus? Then you should buy Scott Francis a beer. Actually, you should probably buy him a couple rounds. Just …
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