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A Gwar Review By the Numbers
2 days ago

A Gwar Review By the Numbers

50: The age at which Dave Brockie, a founding member of Gwar and the man who portrayed the band’s larger-than-life leader, Oderus Urungus, died of a heroin overdose at …
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Booze News
2 weeks ago

Booze News

Brewery Beat Temperance Row Brewing has opened in uptown Westerville—its name a nod to the neighborhood’s prohibition past. The brewery employs Scott Francis, original brewmaster at both Columbus Brewing …
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Opening Volley
2 weeks ago

Opening Volley

Think about the last time you had a great idea. Think about that overwhelming feeling, no matter how humble you might be, that you’ve just unlocked something that must …
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Foodwire
2 weeks ago

Foodwire

In this day of celebrity chefs, hotshot ingredient wranglers go on tour much like rock stars. The apex of chef tours is the James Beard Foundation Celebrity Chef Tour …
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Free Sylvie
2 weeks ago

Free Sylvie

Typically it takes a team of attorneys or an airtight alibi to earn an early release. Or sometimes, it just takes a t-shirt and a hashtag. Sylvie Mix, a …
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Fur-real
2 weeks ago

Fur-real

With threats of the polar vortex coming back for a second round this year, all we can think about is wrapping up in warm furs and hearty fabrics to …
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Chop Shop
2 weeks ago

Chop Shop

These aren’t your grandfathers’ axes. Although they most certainly were inspired by them. Husband and wife team Benjamin and Cori Rowley of Yellowood Design Studio aren’t just clinging to …
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To the Stars and Beyond
2 weeks ago

To the Stars and Beyond

Just walking in the doors is breathtaking. A 60-foot diameter white dome, illuminated by a wash of blue lights, arcs over a 200-seat theater. Echoless acoustics add to the …
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What’s the Big Idea?
2 weeks ago

What’s the Big Idea?

Hundreds of people pack into the Capitol Theatre to see Ruth Milligan and Nancy Kramer, but the two women didn’t really want to be here. They are tired, exhausted, …
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Toy Story
2 weeks ago

Toy Story

“When you’re a kid, when you’re playing with your toys, there is this world that your toys are in and nobody else can see it—that world.” “I wanted to …
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Toastmaster
2 weeks ago

Toastmaster

Everyone has a story about toast. Okay, perhaps that is for the more specific breed of food nerd, but at the very least, I do. There was the time …
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Breathe it in
2 weeks ago

Breathe it in

Early evening light creeps through the windows, dancing across plush black leather, wood, and brick, revealing the haze that fills the room. Jazz piano riffs break through the conversations …
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Food the Editor
3 hours ago

Food 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
4 hours 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
4 hours 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
5 hours 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
5 hours 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
5 hours 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
5 hours 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
6 hours 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
6 hours 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
22 hours 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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