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Picture Perfect
10 hours ago

Picture Perfect

This was the stark realization that inspired celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart to create Help-Portrait six years ago. Since then, the simple gesture of offering a portrait to someone in …
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Power Suit
1 day ago

Power Suit

After leaving his well-paying graphic design job, Shaw and his brothers continued to play in their family band, followed by the Andy Shaw Band, and now the two-years-in-the-making Topher …
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Apostrophes
1 day 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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Power Hour
1 day ago

Power Hour

Trivial yet necessary tasks eat up time, and errands – running to the store, getting groceries, remembering to pick up a gift – are complete and total time-crushers. Whence, …
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Fall Flea
1 day ago

Fall Flea

Today I come to you, hat (and scarf) in hand, begging you to join together for the greater good. Autumn is upon us, and we are not on track …
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Inside the Parentheses
1 day ago

Inside the Parentheses

As determined by the Citizens United Supreme Court case, corporations and labor unions are now legally people, at least in terms of campaign spending. This development has caused elected …
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Columbuzz: Eternally Dizzy
1 day ago

Columbuzz: Eternally Dizzy

Humility and modesty aren’t two adjectives one usually associates with psychedelic rock. Yet in the songs of Eternally Dizzy, one has to respect that those qualities exist, as well …
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Guided by Voices
1 day ago

Guided by Voices

When we first started, we instantly wanted to hit the fast-forward button and make a record,” says Blake Skidmore of the humble, somewhat green, folk-rock endeavors of Old Hundred …
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Beer School: PUCKER UP A primer on sour ales
1 day ago

Beer School: PUCKER UP A primer on sour ales

A few years ago people seemed to think that sours would be the next big thing in the craft beer movement. It didn’t work out that way, and there’s …
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Wood + Fire = Food
1 day ago

Wood + Fire = Food

When our way, way back ancestors discovered fire, the first thing they did was throw a slab of bloody meat on the mountain of heat and rejoice in the …
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Table Talk
1 day ago

Table Talk

Justin Nawman Thomas Worthington Cheap: O’Reilly’s Pub. Easily the best burger in the city (please believe the hype). If you order chili fries, they’re served on a platter roughly the …
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On Point
1 day ago

On Point

I love getting dressed up. Flipping through the hangers in the closet, trying to find the just-right look for the night – the make-up, the hair product, the universal shoe …
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From the Editor
1 month ago

From the Editor

It’s Saturday, and I’m alone in my office, combing through a stack of galleys for this, our second edition of Stock & Barrel. In a few days, these black-and-white pages …
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Superlative Sizzle
1 month ago

Superlative Sizzle

The hamburger is the centerpiece of American cuisine, plain and simple at its most basic – burger, bun – but also a canvas for endless creativity and refinement – …
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Kickstart It Up
1 month ago

Kickstart It Up

In July potato salad fever swept the city as Zack “Danger” Brown’s tongue-in-cheek Kickstarter project for making the picnic side dish went viral and was funded to the tune …
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Ready, Set, Chop!
1 month ago

Ready, Set, Chop!

The trash talking starts early. First it’s a diss slipped all side-eyed to a few buddies on the line, then the fireworks light up Twitter, until finally the two …
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Holy Sh*t! The Gravy at Tasi is F*cking Awesome!
1 month ago

Holy Sh*t! The Gravy at Tasi is F*cking Awesome!

I dream of gravy, sometimes. In no way is that hyperbole. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night shouting and flailing my arms, screaming about the …
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Mead for the Masses
1 month ago

Mead for the Masses

The way Eric Allen sees it, somebody had to sell mead throughout Ohio. The market is there. The demand is rising. So why not go all hometown on everybody’s …
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Twelve Dollar Scholar
1 month ago

Twelve Dollar Scholar

How much would you pay for a drink? It’s a fair question we should be asking ourselves now that craft cocktails have fully invaded the city’s drink menus. A …
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Spirited Away
1 month ago

Spirited Away

Living in Ohio is frustrating for booze enthusiasts. We are what is called a “control state,” meaning the Ohio government decides what liquor is available to be sold in …
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Booze Traveler
1 month ago

Booze Traveler

Cocktail anyone? I can thank the Boy Scouts of America for teaching me two things – the smell of the campfire will always mask the smell of the cigarettes you smuggled …
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Hangover Easy(er)
1 month ago

Hangover Easy(er)

A small part of me secretly likes hangovers. There’s something appealing about the idea that if you enjoy excess* then you should feel some pain. Otherwise, what’s to stop everyone …
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