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Restaurant Review: Dada Empanada

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Dada Empanada

The Dada Empanada experience inspires lots of random observations. It’s probably best practice to number all the observations, in order to keep the data all at hand.* If you’re going to visit, you should call first, and make sure they’re open. The hours are basically 11am-11pm, but that timing seems to be flexible, and it’s […]

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Review: Acre Farm-to-Table Breakfast

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Review: Acre Farm-to-Table Breakfast

Clintonville is the number-one rated neighborhood in Columbus — and the original home of the locavore. And in the highly esteemed hood, you can speed down the street on a weekday morning, past the fifteen-cars queued up at Starbucks… you can bypass all that happiness and zip right in to Acre Farm-to-Table for breakfast (which is technically […]

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Art Review: The Whiteness of the Whale

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Art Review: The Whiteness of the Whale

You’ll recall this past August Wild Goose Creative hosted The Art of the Leviathan, an exhibition of artwork based on the novel Moby Dick. Now, as the year draws to a close Moby Dick surfaces again, this time at the Cultural Arts Center in an exhibition titled The Whiteness of the Whale. Given this confluence of like-minded […]

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Year in Review: The Best Films of 2015

Hope Madden Hope Madden Year in Review: The Best Films of 2015

It’s been another outstanding year at the movies. Hollywood dished out some amazing blockbusters, funny women took over the screen, and the Western made an astonishing comeback. Some of the best movies this year went on to rank among the top grossing of 2015, while others have yet to open locally – but that only […]

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2015 Year in Review: The Best & Brightest in Local Dining

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott 2015 Year in Review: The Best & Brightest in Local Dining

By now, it’s a grand tradition to leave the declarations of “best” eating establishments to the local eating population, en masse. Every news organization and review site has its very own survey for the best from 2015. No one needs a writer’s opinion on that stuff. But remarkable moments? 2015 had plenty of those in […]

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Breakfast & Brunch Review: Salt & Pine

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Breakfast & Brunch Review: Salt & Pine

Salt & Pine is doing its own thing Downtown. With a streamlined Danish modern-ish interior, and seating that runs along a great expanse of windows displaying High Street traffic in human and automotive form, it feels a little like a glitzy attraction for visitors to the center of the city. But it’s really an attraction […]

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Review: US IS THEM at the Pizzuti Collection

Jeff Regensburger Jeff Regensburger Review: US IS THEM at the Pizzuti Collection

I liked US IS THEM when it opened in September. I like it even more now. They say context is everything. Given the recent national conversations on race, ethnicity, religion, culture, and security it strikes me as unlikely that the folks at the Pizzuti Collection could have timed this exhibition any better if they’d tried. […]

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