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Construction Roundup: July 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Roundup: July 2014

This month is a very special edition of Construction Roundup. Because not only can you browse our photos for a virtual update on development projects in Columbus, but you can also join us next Sunday for an update on many of the nearly-completed or recently completed projects that are ready for touring! Our Urban Living […]

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Crew Beats Back Montreal 2-1 in Sold Out Home Game

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Crew Beats Back Montreal 2-1 in Sold Out Home Game

Bernardo Anor’s second half brace helped put some smiles back on the home faithful as the Crew staged a second half fight back to beat Montreal by 2-1 in front of a reported sell out crowd, stuffed full of $1 beer and brats. The Crew again looked like a desperately patched together team, with rookie […]

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Crew Drops Kansas City Mid-Week Home Game 1-2

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Crew Drops Kansas City Mid-Week Home Game 1-2

One thing that really stood out in this year’s World Cup was just how exciting late goals can be. Unfortunately, when they happen against your team it’s really not exciting at all, it actually kinda sucks, as Kansas City proved on Wednesday with an injury time winner to beat the Crew 1-2 at Crew Stadium. […]

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Construction Tour: The Keystone on Yard

Walker Evans Walker Evans Construction Tour: The Keystone on Yard

We’ve been monitoring the exterior progress of The Keystone on Yard apartments in our monthly Construction Roundup series, but last week we had the unique opportunity to get a look at the project from the inside on a hard hat tour. This latest residential phase of Nationwide Realty Investors’ (NRI) Grandview Yard development is taking […]

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History Lesson: Neighborhoods Reconnected with Cultural Wall, features work by Kojo Kamau

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Neighborhoods Reconnected with Cultural Wall, features work by Kojo Kamau

Today marks the day when downtown will be reconnected to the King-Lincoln district via the Long Street Bridge. King-Lincoln has seen a resurgence of sorts with the revitalization of the Lincoln Theatre and the emergence of several local businesses such as Zanzibar and the Book Suite. To build on this success, a “Long Street Cultural […]

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Review: Under The Sun Tour 2014

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Review: Under The Sun Tour 2014

“We’re going to do this every year. I hope you don’t mind”, declared Sugar Ray’s forever-stuck-in-the-90′s front man, Mark McGrath, to an exuberant crowd that has packed the LC’s lawn for this year’s dosage of a trip down memory lane to a time when cell phones were West Coast nerd toys and the almost weekly […]

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Concert Review: The Wailers and 311at The LC

Miranda Rife Miranda Rife Concert Review: The Wailers and 311at The LC

This Monday night 311 and The Wailers took the stage at the LC Pavilion. After a downpour right before show time, fans worried the show would be called off, but PromoWest assured everyone via social networks that the show would go on, rain or shine. By the time The Wailers took the stage around 7:30pm, […]

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