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Giant Eagle’s Lingering Liquor License is Keeping Other Stores From Moving In

Giant Eagle’s Lingering Liquor License is Keeping Other Stores From Moving In

After Giant Eagle’s closing on Neil Avenue earlier this month, some nearby residents are concerned about the vacant lot’s future. And, although the grocery store’s…

Restaurant Review: Elia Athenian Grill

Elia Athenian Grill seems like a good addition to the busy scene at Broad & High. Just off the corner (close to the Scientology outlet),…

Mixed-Use Project in Franklinton to Break Ground Next Month

The long wait for actual construction to begin on the first new large-scale residential development in Franklinton appears to be over. Casto announced that a…

Construction Roundup: Short North, University District & More

Construction Roundup: Short North, University District & More

Construction cranes have sprouted up all over Columbus like steel trees as a number of…

Capital Crossroads Makes Pitch for Free Bus Pass Program for Downtown Workers

Capital Crossroads Makes Pitch for Free Bus Pass Program for Downtown Workers

When it comes to transit, discussions about light rail and streetcars — or high-profile, big-money…

New Plan Unveiled for Five-Story Building at Fifth and Summit

New Plan Unveiled for Five-Story Building at Fifth and Summit

Borror Properties is bringing a new proposal for the southwest corner of Summit Street and…

United Way of Central Ohio Finds New CEO and President

United Way of Central Ohio Finds New CEO and President

United Way of Central Ohio is under new leadership. Janet E. Jackson, former CEO and…

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Virginia Brewery Devil’s Backbone Continues Ohio Launch in Columbus

Virginia Brewery Devil’s Backbone Continues Ohio Launch in Columbus

In an effort to break into the Columbus market, Virginia brewery Devil’s Backbone held a dinner at Short North’s Barrel on…

Restaurant Roundup: News From J-POPS, Rhinegeist, Jeni’s and more

Restaurant Roundup: News From J-POPS, Rhinegeist, Jeni’s and more

Columbus always has many new restaurants, expansions, menu updates and other changes, and sometimes hard to keep up with everything. That’s…

Karate Cowboy Moves Production to Middle West Spirits

Karate Cowboy Moves Production to Middle West Spirits

Locally owned distilling company Revolution Experiment is localizing the production process of their brand Karate Cowboy. Since their start in 2015,…

Ohio’s Own/Weird Stuff Edition: Sauerkraut Juice

Ohio’s Own/Weird Stuff Edition: Sauerkraut Juice

Did you know that Ohio has its very own sauerkraut juice manufacturer? Did you know that there is apparently a market…

Two Caterers Celebrates 20 Years

Two Caterers Celebrates 20 Years

Two Caterers founder, owner and CEO Angela Petro is an example of an adaptive business leader. As a result, her company’s…

New Chipotle and Starbucks Locations Coming to University District, Locals Express Concern With Overabundance of Chain Retail

New Chipotle and Starbucks Locations Coming to University District, Locals Express Concern With Overabundance of Chain Retail

Construction has officially begun on a new five story building that will soon rise at the southeast intersection of Lane Avenue and High Street. Once completed, a couple of familiar…

CoreLife Eatery Adding Two Locations Near OSU

CoreLife Eatery Adding Two Locations Near OSU

In 2018, you’ll have triple the number of locations to find fast-casual health food from CoreLife Eatery in Central Ohio. The Syracuse-based restaurant chain that launched last November near Polaris…

Review: De Novo on the Park

Review: De Novo on the Park

De Novo on the Park had a long history not on the park (Columbus Commons), but near the park on High Street. It moved its digs across High to a…

Upcoming Events View all

Apr
1
SoHud Fool's Parade

Saturday 4/1/2017 @ 2:00 pm

Apr
7
From the Depths: New Paintings by April Sunami

Friday 4/7/2017 @ 7:00 pm

Apr
20
Best Bites: All Things Brunch!

Thursday 4/20/2017 @ 7:00 pm

It’s no joke! Columbus City Council will officially resolve that, out of the more than 300 days that comprise 2017, only April 1st shall heretofore be known as April Fools Day in the City of Columbus. In celebration of this auspicious occasion, the fourth annual April Fools Pa

Join us for the opening reception of From the Depths: New Work by April Sunami

The Moonlight Market is a monthly outdoor street festival / marketplace on Gay Street in Downtown Columbus. It takes place every Second Saturday from April through October. The event draws thousands of visitors each month to enjoy the brick-and-mortar businesses in the area who s

Craftin' Outlaws returns for an intimate craft affair with the 5th edition of our Spring Fling. Shop from 35 creatives who are joining us from all over the Midwest. Held at the beautiful High Line Car House in German Village, this one day handmade marketplace is a smaller repres

It's fair to say, brunch is a staple in the Columbus food scene. There are both tried and true standbys and new favorites popping up all the time. With only two days in the weekend, it's hard to keep up! That’s why Columbus Underground is bringing back the city's biggest breakf