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Modo Yoga Columbus Celebrates Anniversary

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Modo Yoga Columbus Celebrates Anniversary

“You all look supremely serene,” says the yoga teacher at Modo Yoga to the students relaxing at the end of flow class this weekend. Modo Yoga has been at 1042 Dublin Road in Columbus for over a year, and not only do they regularly have good, hot yoga, but they are ready to celebrate with […]

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Restaging Suite for Five: The Quiet at the Center

Veronica Dittman Stanich Veronica Dittman Stanich Restaging Suite for Five: The Quiet at the Center

In the fall, this dance, choreographed by Merce Cunningham, will be one piece of a larger whole: the exhibition Leap Before You Look, opening at the Wexner Center in September. Leap Before You Look features the writers, composers, artists, and one notable choreographer, Cunningham, who were colleagues at Black Mountain College in North Carolina (1933-1957). […]

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Integrating Acupuncture and Medicine in Victorian Village

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Integrating Acupuncture and Medicine in Victorian Village

“In Thailand, during a World Cup Muay Thai fighting match, I injured my shoulder badly,” says Hope Vitellas. ”Back home, my doc told me I needed to undergo pretty invasive surgery, but I sought out alternative medicine and found an incredible acupressurist. My shoulder totally recovered without surgery, and I went on to fight several more […]

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Thank Yoga Turns Four

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Thank Yoga Turns Four

“It won’t happen overnight, but one day you’ll wake up and everything will have changed.” Josie Schweitzer, yogini extraordinaire and sole owner of Thank Yoga knows about change and hard work. As a lifelong runner, she started yoga to stretch out but found that she enjoyed the muscular relief and the mind work that yoga […]

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Clintonville Farmers Market Continues to Unite Neighborhood

Randi Walle Randi Walle Clintonville Farmers Market Continues to Unite Neighborhood

The Clintonville neighborhood has become well known as a family-friendly area over the past century of its existence. Originally farmland, the area developed as professors and students from the nearby Ohio State campus moved north into the area. By the 1950s, rolling green pastures had given way entirely to Bungalow, Colonial Revival, and Dutch Revival […]

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Worthington Farmers Market Continues to Grow

Randi Walle Randi Walle Worthington Farmers Market Continues to Grow

Since its founding in the late 1980’s, the Worthington Farmers Market has been happily offering a variety of goods to its customers. While no one is quite sure how the market started, it is believed to have originated as a school project for a couple of OSU students who approached the city of Worthington with […]

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CBUS Bike Tours Launching This Summer

Walker Evans Walker Evans CBUS Bike Tours Launching This Summer

You can already tour Columbus on a segway or in a van, and soon you’ll be able to tour the city on a bike as well. The brand-new CBUS Bike Tours business will be launching out of a small space at 92 North Front Street, starting in June. “This idea has always been something in the back […]

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