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Bexley

Founded as a village more than a hundred years ago, the city of Bexley is a tree-lined suburb of Columbus situated on the banks of Alum Creek, just east of the Franklin Park Conservatory. Bexley’s Main Street District offers a variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment venues, including the historic Main Street Drexel Theatre.

This Summer’s Movies to Watch Under the Stars

Anne Evans Anne Evans This Summer’s Movies to Watch Under the Stars

Outdoor movie season is here! Here’s your guide to outdoor movies in Columbus and surrounding areas. This summer’s favorite picks have animals on the bring screen with features like Finding Dory, The Secret Life of Pets, and Sing. Disney’s Polynesian fantasy-adventure, Moana. Jurassic Park and Jurassic World show up a couple of times. Movies on the Mile […]

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Gramercy Books is the First New Local Book Store in 12 Years

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Gramercy Books is the First New Local Book Store in 12 Years

Kittie’s Cakes of German Village is adding a second location in Bexley this week, and they won’t be alone. Gramercy Books, Central Ohio’s first new independent bookstore in 12 years, will also open their doors on Friday. It’s the classic combination. Books and a cafe. Patrons can sip on wine, beer or Stumptown coffee, and […]

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Theatre Review: Gallery Players’ 13 Has Charm to Spare

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: Gallery Players’ 13 Has Charm to Spare

Gallery Players closes 2016 with recent Broadway musical 13. The ebullient score by Jason Robert Brown shines in this production directed by Ryan Scarlata with assistant director Emma Lou Andrews and choreographed by Scarlata and Katie Wagner. The paint-by-numbers book by Dan Elish and Robert Horn follows Evan Goldman (Neil Kalef) who gets transported in the […]

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Block’s Bagels Opening Broad Street Location

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Block’s Bagels Opening Broad Street Location

In its 50th year of business, Block’s Bagels is making some locale and leadership changes. This January, Block’s Bagels will open a second store on East Broad Street just outside Bexley to better cater to their main clientele. Hal and Steve Block, the father-son duo running the business, turned to long-time family friend Jeremy Fox […]

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Obama Makes Another Stop in Ohio to Campaign for Hillary

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Obama Makes Another Stop in Ohio to Campaign for Hillary

President Barack Obama made another stop in Ohio yesterday to campaign for Hillary Clinton and encourage voter turnout. Filling up the Field House at Capital University in Bexley, Obama and local officials criticized their Republican counterparts up for election next week, getting in several digs at Senator Rob Portman. Obama tried to keep it light-hearted […]

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Native Cold Pressed Juice Store Expanding to Bexley

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Native Cold Pressed Juice Store Expanding to Bexley

Short North business owner Nicole Salvo is one of those people everyone else tries and fails to be. She does yoga, snacks on flax, and uses the word “superfood.” She’s well-traveled and goal-oriented, and she’s got a like-minded friend and business partner helping to make her dream come true: make raw, healthy food as available […]

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Cosí Closes All Columbus Locations

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cosí Closes All Columbus Locations

If you’ve got a craving for Cosí (the restaurant, not the science center) then you’re going to have to drive an hour and a half to Ada, Ohio to find the nearest one. The company closed up its three Columbus locations last week in Bexley, Worthington and at Easton, with other stores in other markets […]

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