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Travel: Art and Bourbon Collide at Maker’s Mark Distillery

SusanPost SusanPost Travel: Art and Bourbon Collide at Maker’s Mark Distillery

A three and a half hour straight shot down 71, and we’re not in Ohio anymore, y’all. (Shout out to the Florence Y’all water tower on 71). You’re in bourbon country. Home to iconic baseball bats and the “most exciting two minutes in sports,” the quick drive to Louisville makes it ideal for a weekend […]

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Travel: Annapolis Mixes American History with Contemporary Entertainment & Food

Walker Evans Walker Evans Travel: Annapolis Mixes American History with Contemporary Entertainment & Food

Geographically speaking, Annapolis, Maryland has roughly the same population as Delaware, Ohio. That fact alone may make it sound like a strange place for a vacation destination, but in terms of American history and leisure activities, Annapolis punches well above its weight. A representative from their visitors bureau recently reached out to Columbus Underground about […]

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Clintonville Couple Restores Vintage 1960s Camper

Randi Walle Randi Walle Clintonville Couple Restores Vintage 1960s Camper

While the term “glamping” is relatively new — coming into common lexicon within the past decade — the concept of escaping in a home-away-from home is not. The first travel trailer was manufactured around 100 years ago, with familiar names like Airstream (1920s), Shasta RV (1940s), and Winnebago (1950s) quickly coming onto the camping scene. […]

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I-71 Ranked as Most Dangerous Highway in Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans I-71 Ranked as Most Dangerous Highway in Ohio

If you’re going to die in a crash on a highway in Ohio, I-71 is the place it’s most likely to happen. According to the latest federal data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Interstate-71 is the most dangerous in our state. The Ohio section of this highway (which continues down to Louisville in Kentucky) sees […]

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Hike the Trails & Eat Comfort Food at Hocking Hills This Month

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Hike the Trails & Eat Comfort Food at Hocking Hills This Month

Making the hour drive to Hocking Hills puts into perspective how strange it actually is to be constantly surrounded by 850,000 people. Outside the heavily commuted roads encased by 270, the scenery gradually changes. The pin straight line of the horizon eventually oscillates into taller, longer mounds and hills. Traffic gets sparse. Cities become towns. […]

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Zoup! Opens in Arena District, Bluescreek Announces New Chef and Cafe, Land-Grant to Open at Airport

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Zoup! Opens in Arena District, Bluescreek Announces New Chef and Cafe, Land-Grant to Open at Airport

Bluescreek Announces New Chef and Cafe Bluescreek Farm Meats recently announced the addition of Chef Spencer Haney and the opening of a new cafe. Bluescreek, a former vendor for the North Market, opened their stand-alone location in Spring of this year and established their own market with local sources. Their new cafe features items like […]

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Just How Bad Are Drivers in Columbus?

Walker Evans Walker Evans Just How Bad Are Drivers in Columbus?

If you’re out traveling around the city this summer, there’s a likelihood you’re going to encounter some traffic, an accident or just some terrible driving in general. Perhaps you’ll shake your fist at the sky and exclaim “Drivers in Columbus are the worst!” But if you’ve ever wondered if that claim holds water, now there’s […]

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