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Pam’s Market Popcorn Unhappy with New North Market Hours

Walker Evans Walker Evans Pam’s Market Popcorn Unhappy with New North Market Hours

While the public response about the North Market expanding operating hours has been generally positive on social media today, one Market vendor has taken to Facebook to express her displeasure with the news. A photo posted this afternoon on the Pam’s Market Popcorn page spelled out the letters “FOR SALE”, while a message dated February […]

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Franklinton Gets New Coworking Space

Walker Evans Walker Evans Franklinton Gets New Coworking Space

Tired of working out of the neighborhood coffee shop? Then you might be ready for a co-working upgrade. 400 West Rich has officially opened their new 4,000 square foot co-working facility on the second floor of the popular Franklinton creative space. Pricing ranges from $150 to $500 per month with short term lease agreements, and […]

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First Look: The Commissary

Walker Evans Walker Evans First Look: The Commissary

The Commissary is officially opening its doors this Sunday with a community block party. The new kitchen-incubator facility boasts a wide variety of spaces and services for food-based businesses including chefs, pop-up restauranteurs, food suppliers, food truck owners and more. To find out more about the facility, CLICK HERE to read the full story on […]

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The Atlantic Falls in Love with Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans The Atlantic Falls in Love with Columbus

The Atlantic is a historied cultural magazine with an online reputation as a leading voice in covering urban places and their related issues and trends. Multiple writers at The Atlantic have turned their attention to the city of Columbus during the month of October, publishing some very positive pieces about various facets of the city. […]

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Orange Barrel Unveils First Wallscape Ad at New Headquarters

Walker Evans Walker Evans Orange Barrel Unveils First Wallscape Ad at New Headquarters

If you’ve spotted the massive concrete pillars that have risen west of Downtown Columbus this summer, and wondered to yourself what exactly those things are supposed to be, you’re not alone. Dozens of CU readers have emailed, tweeted and facebooked us over the past few months asking what exactly was rising high above this particular […]

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Opinion: Level Playing Field Crucial for Columbus Retailers

Jayson Waits Jayson Waits Opinion: Level Playing Field Crucial for Columbus Retailers

Readers of Columbus Underground are well aware of all the fantastic development occurring across the city. It is an exciting time to be a resident and a business owner. That said, an unfair government policy is holding back local retailers from growing and jeopardizes future development in the city. As a small business owner myself […]

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Idea Forge: Grassroots Micro-Financing for Columbus Entrepreneurs

Reese Neader Reese Neader Idea Forge: Grassroots Micro-Financing for Columbus Entrepreneurs

Inspired by a dream, literally, Near East Side resident Tamela Walker embarked upon a culinary journey to combine the crunchy saltiness of a tortilla chip with the luscious sweetness of drizzled chocolate. She called this succulent treat Torlitas. Tamela worked tirelessly to take Torlitas from a mere dream, to a part-time business, into a full-time […]

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