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J Hot Fish Makes a Comeback, Moves to Linden

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega J Hot Fish Makes a Comeback, Moves to Linden

Following a hiatus after outgrowing their popup location in Olde Towne East, J Hot Fish is opening a new store in Linden on Cleveland Avenue. The popular fish joint will make a few minor adjustments, but owner Keith “KC” Edwards said it’ll do what it’s always done: bring people from all places and backgrounds into […]

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New Fast -Casual Spot ‘Stack’d’ Now Open Downtown

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega New Fast -Casual Spot ‘Stack’d’ Now Open Downtown

The owners of Superchef’s Breakfast & More have brought a new lunch and smoothie option to Downtown. Fast-casual eatery Stack’d, located on the corner of Broad and Third Streets, soft opened less than a month ago. Their service style offers a couple of options. You can choose to go “Your Way,” and assemble a sandwich, […]

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Petition Started for Ballot Initiative to End Gerrymandering

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Petition Started for Ballot Initiative to End Gerrymandering

A statewide coalition of more than 30 activist groups is leading the charge against gerrymandering, the practice of manipulating district lines so as to favor one party over another. Fair Districts = Fair Elections is collecting signatures for their petition to create a ballot initiative addressing unfair congressional redistricting in Ohio. The effort follows a […]

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City Will Fund Grant to Put Changing Stations in Men’s Restrooms

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega City Will Fund Grant to Put Changing Stations in Men’s Restrooms

Right now, if you’re out and need to change your baby’s diaper, the only place to do it is in the women’s restroom. That’ll be addressed soon, as the City of Columbus readies grant money to put changing stations in 30 city recreation centers and aid small businesses in installing them in men’s restrooms. “I […]

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Neighbors GoreMade Pizza and Little Rock Bar Open Patios This Month

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Neighbors GoreMade Pizza and Little Rock Bar Open Patios This Month

When restaurants and bars cluster together to form a community, it means better business for everyone. People are more likely to head to a block with a few options; and, when one bar gets a little too crowded, the others get the overflow. Being patio season, it’s perfect timing for neighboring businesses Little Rock Bar […]

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Constituents Demand Transparency Around Republican ACA Replacement

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Constituents Demand Transparency Around Republican ACA Replacement

No one’s heard much of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) since it passed the House in May, and it’s not an accident. Unpopular from the moment it was introduced, the Senate bill has been surrounded by an intentional secrecy, and local activists have taken notice. If enacted, the AHCA would cut Medicaid (affecting 700,000 […]

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The List: Local Businesses Celebrating Pride 2017

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega The List: Local Businesses Celebrating Pride 2017

The Pride Parade is back this weekend. The parade and its participants are now almost 50 years away from the Stonewall riots that first spurred the annual bash, making it an event of celebration and remembrance. The riots, taking place on June 28, 1969, were part of an enough-is-enough fight against police harassment and discrimination. […]

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