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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.

Boline Apothecary Opening Tonic Club in Clintonville

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Boline Apothecary Opening Tonic Club in Clintonville

Boline Apothecary is moving shop down the street from 4764 North High to 15 West Dunedin Road. The official move will take place February 1st, with doors officially opening a few days later. The new location, a cottage tucked behind fair trade coffee shop Global Gallery, takes up the former space of Dan The Gutterman’s […]

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Ashtanga Yoga Columbus Opens for Practice

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Ashtanga Yoga Columbus Opens for Practice

On January 1, 2015, Columbus joined Toronto, Los Angeles, and the New York metro areas in having a yoga studio dedicated only to Ashtanga yoga. Located at 4684 Indianola Avenue just south of the intersection with Morse Road – yes, it is near the hydroponics store, Ashtanga Yoga Columbus (AYC) offers yoga students and teachers […]

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Shop Talk: Bundle Vintage Store

Jenna Taylor Jenna Taylor Shop Talk: Bundle Vintage Store

Welcome to Bundle, a vintage shop tucked into Clintonville where aisles are filled with properly sculpted china and unique trinkets, all of which is set at an affordable price. “If you’re a student and you need a small table I’ve got it,” says store owner Marty Martunas. “If you want some sort of trinket we […]

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At Home: A House With a Treehouse in Clintonville

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: A House With a Treehouse in Clintonville

A treehouse fulfills a lot of kid’s (and adults!) dreams. Finding one in an urban setting? Now, that’s magical. You need the right sized yard, and a large, old tree, and your dreams of being outside, high in the sky can come true. Mike and Jamie O’Leary were just so lucky to find this kind […]

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SoBo Style Closing Up Shop

Anne Evans Anne Evans SoBo Style Closing Up Shop

After fourteen years, SoBo Style is closing its doors for good. In an email newsletter, owner Katie Palmer announced the closure is coming to allow her to move on to new adventures. Beginning tomorrow, Saturday, January 3rd, the “entire contents of the shop, including all merchandise, furniture, props, and display pieces will be on sale.” […]

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GCAC Presents: Shakespeare, Peter Brook, and the Deadly Theater

 Richard Albert GCAC Presents: Shakespeare, Peter Brook, and the Deadly Theater

Back in 1968, the internationally renowned director Sir Peter Brook wrote in his seminal book, The Empty Space, of four types of theater: Deadly, Holy, Rough, and Immediate. Guess which one of these Sir Peter warns to avoid at all costs? “Nowhere does the Deadly Theatre install itself so securely, so comfortably and so slyly […]

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Best Columbus Neighborhood of 2014: Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans Best Columbus Neighborhood of 2014: Clintonville

For all six years that we’ve asked our readers this annual survey question, The Short North has won. Until now. Clintonville has managed to inch ahead of The Short North in 2014 to claim the top spot as the #1 neighborhood in Columbus. Clintonville has always been a popular (and large) neighborhood in the city, […]

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