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Clintonville

Six glacial ravines cut east to west through this neighborhood just six miles north of downtown Columbus. Whetstone Park is a popular landmark and features bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts, a pond, a library, and a recreation facility, as well as the 13-acre Park of Roses. Clintonville’s business district, concentrated on and near High Street, is home to a variety of shops and bakeries.

Cottage Street Relocating from Clintonville to Grandview Avenue

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cottage Street Relocating from Clintonville to Grandview Avenue

After five years in business, home decor and furniture store Cottage Street is trading Clintonville for Grandview Avenue. On July 2nd, the store will pack up its belongings at 3284 North High Street and will move into the former Objects for the Home space at 1310 Grandview Avenue. “When we first moved to Clintonville, we […]

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Cat Cafe Coming Soon to Clintonville

Randi Walle Randi Walle Cat Cafe Coming Soon to Clintonville

Cats and coffee – not two things most people associate with each other. Unless you are a fan of the rising trend of cat cafes. Although it sounds strange, it is exactly what the name implies: a café with cats. Cat cafes house cats from local shelters and human societies in a home-like environment. The […]

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Summer Movies Under the Stars

Anne Evans Anne Evans Summer Movies Under the Stars

Memorial Day weekend has arrived, and brought along some hot weather. Summer means outdoor movies! Nightlight614 brings a new series to Genoa Park for those 21 and up. North Market has decided to end their drive-ins. Here’s what you can find playing this summer: May 28 – The Good Dinosaur at Columbus Commons June 3 […]

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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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Restaurant Review: Old Skool

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Old Skool

It seems like Old Skool entered the marketplace without much fuss. It took over the Clintonville spot once occupied by Giorgio. Low-key, affordable, with an appealing mix of sports televisions and free popcorn and video games — it’s the sort of place that should be in every neighborhood. The theme is sporty with an artsy […]

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It’s Farmers Market Time – 2016

Anne Evans Anne Evans It’s Farmers Market Time – 2016

There are some new Farmers Markets popping up around town, so it’s time for an update on where you can find local, fresh produce and more to stock your pantry and get the bests tastes of the season. Saturday, April 30th is opening weekend for the Clintonville Farmers Market and next Wednesday, May 4th opens […]

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Tabletop Game Cafe Coming Soon to Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans Tabletop Game Cafe Coming Soon to Clintonville

Aaron Brown has been dreaming of opening a board game cafe since 2002. The Dayton-native had relocated to New York City, and immediately got involved in the board game scene there, organizing events and creating a gaming t-shirt line to sell as merch at conventions and gatherings. “The more people we met and interacted with […]

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