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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.

Acre: Farm-to-Table To-Go Opening in Old North Columbus

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Acre: Farm-to-Table To-Go Opening in Old North Columbus

Fresh, tasty locally-sourced food you can have the conveniency of taking home without breaking the bank is an ideal that Todd Mills, owner of Acre: Farm-to-Table To-Go, aims to make a reality. Mills made the move from California to Columbus a few years ago, working for food-based non-profit Local Matters. After earning his MBA from […]

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Next Level Skate Shop Opening in Clintonville

Walker Evans Walker Evans Next Level Skate Shop Opening in Clintonville

Mack Schneider has spent a lot of time on skates. First on ice skates as a kid, later as a college athlete on the Ohio State Women’s Club Hockey team, and most recently on roller skates as “The Smacktivist”, a competitor and trainer with the Ohio Roller Girls flat-track roller derby team. The next step for […]

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At Home: Wooded Oasis in Columbus

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: Wooded Oasis in Columbus

When you are looking to move to a wooded property, your mind probably does not go to the middle of a city, but that is exactly what Eliah Thomas was hoping to find. After selling her 50 acre family farm located in Mechanicsburg, Thomas desired a location closer to the city core, but with the […]

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Neighborhood Opposition Puts Olympic Apartments On Hold

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Neighborhood Opposition Puts Olympic Apartments On Hold

Plans for a large-scale development project in Clintonville have come to a halt after drawing the ire of certain community groups. Local real estate developer Kyle Katz submitted plans to construct a mixed-use building on the site of the now-closed Olympic Swim Club on Indianola Avenue to the city this summer. The building would include […]

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Clintonville Parents Support City Schools Through Grassroot Efforts

Walker Evans Walker Evans Clintonville Parents Support City Schools Through Grassroot Efforts

Columbus is regularly touted and recognized as a growing, thriving and intelligent community. But the one area that locals are likely to universally agree needs vast improvements is with the education system at Columbus City Schools. With over 50,000 students and 4,000 teachers, it’s the largest district in the state, and has become a bit […]

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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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