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King-Lincoln Culture Walk

Jed Jed

Columbus Landmarks Foundation and Columbus Public Health are pleased to announce a series of four FREE Saturday walking tours made possible with support from Ohio Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Join us to celebrate historic neighborhoods through the experiences and stories of residents past and present.Whether you live up […]

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King-Lincoln Culture Walk

Jed Jed

Columbus Landmarks Foundation and Columbus Public Health are pleased to announce a series of four FREE Saturday walking tours made possible with support from Ohio Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Join us to celebrate historic neighborhoods through the experiences and stories of residents past and present.Whether you live up […]

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PACT Area Safety Plan Conversation/Dinner

Jed Jed

The National Center for Urban Solutions is hosting a conversation about the PACT Area Safety Plan.Dinner will be served!! Come with questions and comments! Help make your neighborhood a better and safer place.

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Opinion: Yes We Can Fosters Neighborhood Unity through House Party Campaign

Jacquelyn Garcia Jacquelyn Garcia Opinion: Yes We Can Fosters Neighborhood Unity through House Party Campaign

For two hours last night, close to 100 Columbus residents had something in common — they took steps toward giving their neighborhood a bigger say in the future of Columbus. Groups of residents in neighborhoods citywide – Clintonville, Easton, Linden, the Hilltop, Old North and the South Side – gathered at their neighbors’ houses as […]

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If a Tree Mural Falls: An Analysis on the Revamp of the SoHud Mural

 Jeff Regensburger If a Tree Mural Falls: An Analysis on the Revamp of the SoHud Mural

A Humble History   You’ll forgive SoHud if it seems a little disoriented. It’s just not used to all of this attention. The modest neighborhood south of Hudson and north of Ohio State has spent the last 50 years in quiet anonymity; its particularly charmless version of charm being largely overshadowed by more prosperous enclaves […]

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Interview: Richard Florida on Columbus and the “New Urban Crisis”

Brent Warren Brent Warren Interview: Richard Florida on Columbus and the “New Urban Crisis”

Richard Florida, the well-known researcher, professor and author of the book “The Rise of the Creative Class,” has been chronicling the return-to-the-city movement since its beginnings in the 1980s. He’s been an advocate for a new type of economic development focused on creativity and innovation, and has spoken approvingly of the impact of the knowledge […]

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Near East Side Community Members Want to See Buildings Saved

Walker Evans Walker Evans Near East Side Community Members Want to See Buildings Saved

On Sunday, local development corporation Next Generation announced intentions to demolish two buildings on East Long Street to prepare a larger site for sale to a private developer. Reactions to the plans have been mixed, with some residents excited about the plans, and others preferring to see the buildings preserved. “Columbus City Government is supporting Mr. […]

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