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Photo by Chris Casella

Rock Star

Rock Star: when you hear that word, Tony Reynaldo isn’t probably the type that comes to mind. The globally recognized rock climbing holds designer and professional climber is now the owner of Kinetic Climbing &…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard
Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

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 swirling around you like the smoke…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard
Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Part-time Santa

Despite your religious affiliation or lack thereof—and regardless of which side you’re on in the always escalating “War on Christmas,” it’s difficult to deny the innocuous magic that comes from a sighting of Santa Claus…

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Apostrophes

The Circus Fat Lady Eulogizes Mary the Elephant by Rachel Wiley In 1916, Mary the Elephant was hanged from a crane for the murder of her inexperienced trainer during a parade through downtown Kingsport, TN….

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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 direct your submissions (1,000 words max…

Photo by Shelby Lum
Photo by Shelby Lum

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, an app-based company, works in that…

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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 size of a car door. Rich:…

Photo courtesy Juiceboxx
Photo courtesy Juiceboxx

Pitch Perfect

Rosemary Garry and Lucas Williamson had problems.  Garry struggled to coordinate meeting times with Columbus businesspeople; Williamson kept breaking MacBook chargers. They created very different product-based companies to solve these problems, but they had a…

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Table Talk

Caitlin McGurk Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum and Library Cheap:  My addiction may eventually cause my demise, but the tacos (specifically the pulled pork ones) at Ethyl & Tank on campus have got to be some…

Photo by Old Machine
Photo by Old Machine

Booze or Burpees?

What whets your appetite for competition more, the Summer Olympics or your backyard beer Olympics? If you answered the latter, then there’s probably a new local race for you – The Ultimate Beer Run, a…

Photo by Ryan Feeney
Photo by Ryan Feeney

The Streets Are Ours

The purpose of the Open Streets initiative is to temporarily closes streets to automobiles so that people may use them for healthy and fun physical activities like walking, jogging, biking, and dancing. As a kid,…

Created by Michael Tyznik
Created by Michael Tyznik

Transit Art

Columbus expat Michael Tyznik, now a graphic designer in New York City, got people talking recently when he offered his vision for what transportation could look like in his hometown, as shown here. He used…

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