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Boline Apothecary Opening Tonic Club in Clintonville

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Boline Apothecary Opening Tonic Club in Clintonville

Boline Apothecary is moving shop down the street from 4764 North High to 15 West Dunedin Road. The official move will take place February 1st, with doors officially opening a few days later. The new location, a cottage tucked behind fair trade coffee shop Global Gallery, takes up the former space of Dan The Gutterman’s […]

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Retail Analyst Says Columbus is Ready for IKEA

Walker Evans Walker Evans Retail Analyst Says Columbus is Ready for IKEA

IKEA is announcing today that Columbus will be getting its very own store in 2017, and local retail Analyst Chris Boring of Boulevard Strategies says that it is prime time for the Swedish company to expand into the Central Ohio market. “With just under two million residents, Columbus is the nation’s 32nd largest MSA, and […]

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IKEA Coming to Columbus in Summer 2017

Walker Evans Walker Evans IKEA Coming to Columbus in Summer 2017

Columbus Underground readers have long discussed the desire for the world’s largest furniture retailer IKEA to set up a local store. IKEA even explored the possibility of a Columbus location back in 2006, with the first Ohio store ultimately landing in West Chester, just outside Cincinnati. Come 2017, that 90 minute trip may be no […]

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Kroger Buys Macy’s Site at Kingsdale

Walker Evans Walker Evans Kroger Buys Macy’s Site at Kingsdale

The City of Upper Arlington published an announcement tonight that the Kingsdale Macy’s (which recently announced plans to close) was purchased by The Kroger Company on January 15th. If Kroger moves forward with opening a new grocery store, it could be the closest built store to an existing competitor, as there is already a Giant […]

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Retail Roundup: Bad News for Malls, Good News for Local Boutiques

Walker Evans Walker Evans Retail Roundup: Bad News for Malls, Good News for Local Boutiques

We’re only two weeks into the new year, but many announcements large and small have already been made concerning local retailers and local shoppers. Several new local shops are opening, expanding and kicking of sales events while others are winding down and closing. First things first — it’s no secret that traditional shopping malls are […]

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Shop Talk: Bundle Vintage Store

Jenna Taylor Jenna Taylor Shop Talk: Bundle Vintage Store

Welcome to Bundle, a vintage shop tucked into Clintonville where aisles are filled with properly sculpted china and unique trinkets, all of which is set at an affordable price. “If you’re a student and you need a small table I’ve got it,” says store owner Marty Martunas. “If you want some sort of trinket we […]

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Resolve to Eat More Fresh Produce with a CSA

Anne Evans Anne Evans Resolve to Eat More Fresh Produce with a CSA

Do you want to eat fresher foods, more often? Do you find yourself buying the same produce over and over? Community Supported Agriculture, a CSA, can help you break that habit, and put the freshest and tastiest produce in your regular cooking rotation. A Full-Season Share with Sippel Family Farms out of Mt. Gilead will […]

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