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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.

Opinion: What Do You Consider Local Food?

 Shawn Fiegelist Opinion: What Do You Consider Local Food?

How do you define local food? How far can it travel before it isn’t considered local? Is it grown in your home state? Is it organic? What is a fair price? These questions are packed with food for thought. I don’t bother much defining local food. I think about it being organic. I like it […]

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Crimson Cup Debuts Hopped Nitro Cold-Brew Coffee

Walker Evans Walker Evans Crimson Cup Debuts Hopped Nitro Cold-Brew Coffee

Starbucks isn’t the only cafe in town where beer and coffee flavors are being combined this fall. Locally-based Crimson Cup is debuting their Dry Hopped Nitro cold-brew tomorrow afternoon at their Clintonville location to kick off their Oktoberfest celebration in style. The cold-brew coffee is described as having the creamy texture of a stout with […]

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Jekyll & Hyde Hair Salon Moving into Former Wholly Craft Space

Melanie McIntyre Melanie McIntyre Jekyll & Hyde Hair Salon Moving into Former Wholly Craft Space

Jekyll & Hyde Hair Salon is moving from its current store at 16 W. Pacemont Road to 3169 N. High Street — just around the corner. Though the move isn’t far, the salon is making a big leap in terms of visibility and square footage. In addition to a covetable High Street storefront (formerly home […]

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10 Great Neighborhood Wine Shops in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans 10 Great Neighborhood Wine Shops in Columbus

Wine is not a product that is hard to come by in Columbus. Every grocery store has a selection, some of which have grown to be pretty impressive in recent years. Even CVS has a wine shelf (even if they did just stop selling cigarettes, which means wine is still classified as a healthy product, right?). […]

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Proposal Calls for Mixed-Use Development at Olympic Site

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposal Calls for Mixed-Use Development at Olympic Site

Developer Kyle Katz has proposed a four-story, 152-unit mixed-use development for the Olympic Swim Club site at 3450 Indianola Avenue in Clintonville. He is pursuing the project with his wife, April Zimmerman Katz, who is the owner of the property and whose grandparents bought the pool in 1938, a year after it was built. Zimmerman […]

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ACRE: Farm-to-Table To-Go Opening this Fall in Clintonville

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson ACRE: Farm-to-Table To-Go Opening this Fall in Clintonville

The farm-to-table movement is alive, well, and delicious. With no shortage of farmers markets and the chefs who support them, Columbus is a town that’s embraced the practice of fresh, local eating. So when Todd Mills, who had moved to Columbus from the Bay Area, worked with development and marketing for Local Matters, and who […]

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Portion of Clintonville Ravine Cleared For New Restaurant

Walker Evans Walker Evans Portion of Clintonville Ravine Cleared For New Restaurant

According to an update posted on the Friends of the Ravines website, a construction project has claimed a portion of the Bill Moose Ravine in the northern Clintonville/Beechwold area. Understandably, the group is upset about the demolition and is questioning the processes that allowed the construction work to begin without their awareness: “We are not sure […]

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