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The Future of Food (Is Now)

Living with a gluten intolerance means sacrificing warm and gooey chocolate chip cookies, my mom’s mouth-melting dark chocolate cake and everything bagels smothered in cream cheese, all for the sake of a happy and functioning…

Bark! Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Dollars to Doggos

Columbus-based, pet-centric businesses where you can spend your bark bucks Cats and dogs are magical, wonderful creatures. They’re weird, sometimes gross and sometimes frustrating. But most importantly, they love us (though, cats can make us…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Dog’s Day Inn

Progressive pet space offers more than just a walk in the park Bacon balls are no match for Eddie. He’s usually a patient and well-behaved black lab—he waits to be called, he’s not too rough…

50 Is The New 20

The new Penzone is like stepping into a room that has collected everything millennial women are into. The salon and spa has plants growing on the walls, succulents decorating tables and health juices and energy…

Queen For A Year

Deva Station’s style is throwback  Old Hollywood glamour and glitz. She loves rhinestones and glitter and drama, but the practical side of her character knows she has to please her audience, so she throws in…

Create Your Curry

Coast to Course

Matilda Riby-Williams, or Tilly, as she’s known, is hovering over a steaming pot of onion and tomato puree, seasoning it with her favorite spices: garlic, ginger, Goya Adobo and Ghanaian cayenne pepper. A small crew…

by Collins Laatsch

A House United

It is one of the blessings of this world that few people see visions and dream dreams. – Zora Neale Hurston You can count LC Johnson as one of those dreamers. When she moved to Columbus…

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