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Best. Week. Ever.

Six bucks doesn’t get you much in life anymore. Well, for an entire week, six crumpled Washingtons gets you something you can really sink your hungry teeth into. September 19-24, Burger & Beer Week will deliver…

We Have A Winner!

CONGRATULATIONS to Alexandria D, our Restaurant Week Grand Prize winner! The only thing better than dining out for Restaurant Week (July 18-23, 2016) is dining out during Restaurant Week on us. We want you to win:…

Snowballin’

SNO-OH brings southern treat north “The Malone Sisters” sounds like an Irish-girl gang movie; however, it couldn’t be farther from the truth. Instead of ruling the city with fists of Éire fury, Amber, Kayla, and…

Restaurant Week Is Back

The rumors are true. Save the date, Restaurant Week is back: July 18-23, 2016. Calling all foodies & Columbus lovers. From July 18th-23rd you can try an array of selections from more than 100 of the city’s…

(614) Day 2016

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Photographed by Chris Casella

Brick By Brick

Robert Mason Grimmett was on-brand before there existed such a term. You could say that a young boy in ’80s Appalachia in a necktie, inspired by fedoras and fountain pens, had a keen sense of…

Pro ‘Grammers

As a society, we love taking photographs. Who doesn’t have hundreds, if not thousands, of images on their phone as they read this? Each of these Columbus “’grammers” are skilled at this practice, and we…

Photo by Rachael Barbash

Fitness in Flight

I am suspended upside down 10 feet in the air. Two long, shimmering white sheets rigged to the ceiling are holding me up—one wrapped carefully around my left foot and the other nestled tightly underneath my…

Photo by Meghan Ralston

Opening Volley

You know that old clichéd scene? It’s every dad’s nightmare: daughter is going out for a date, and when the kid comes to the door… IT’S SOME TATTOOED PUNK! How hilarious does that sound now?…

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 James and the Biscuit Brigade (TJBB),…

Photo by Greg Bartram

Back From the Dead

Bo Biafra, the lead singer of Dead Schembechlers (the esteemed anti-Michigan punk band), disappeared in fall 2012 in what most people feared was an act of kidnapping carried out by the fictitious (?) New Wolverine…

Photo by Chris Casella

Hopped Up

Beer and coffee are the good cop/bad cop of the imbibing world, and the two have been tag-teaming us for decades. Beer puts on a show, threatening a hangover with no parole and striking fear…

Photo at The Crest By Nick Fancher

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 enlarged on 11 by 17 stock…

Photo by Chris Casella

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 in your first aid kit, and…

Photo by Megan Leigh Barnard

Food over Flowers

Joe and Lara Pipia are obsessed with their yard. But not in that suburban Americana, trim-your-grass-with-toenail-clippers kind of way. They’re part of a new era of lawn jockeys determined to take their peaceful little parcel…

Photo by Craig Smith

No Stone Unturned

Stone is going to put Columbus brewers under legitimate scrutiny. People traveling from St. Louis, Chicago, or Washington D.C. will care far less (or not at all) about the brewer’s humble beginnings in an OSU frat…

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