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The city of Upper Arlington was incorporated in 1918 and has grown into a primarily residential community. A plan developed by prominent landscape architect William Pitkin Jr. called for curving streets that followed the land instead of the grid-like patterns used in Columbus. Its population grew considerably following World War II when many returning servicemen made the suburbs of Columbus their home.

Yoga Six opening Two Locations

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Yoga Six opening Two Locations

“Columbus looked wide open for yoga,” Yoga Six’s Training and Regional Manager, Ana Llewellyn said as she showed me around their Lane Avenue construction site. “I am so happy to be in the Yoga Six family,” added Meghan Rolfs who will be the local manager. Yoga Six has opened multiple yoga studios in the United […]

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First Look: Crimson Cup in Upper Arlington

Walker Evans Walker Evans First Look: Crimson Cup in Upper Arlington

After nearly 25 years in business, Crimson Cup has opened their second retail location today on Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington. The local coffee roaster has made a big business out of selling their products and services to other coffee shops all across the country, so operating local retail outlets have not been a major […]

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Crimson Cup to Open Coffee Shop in Upper Arlington

Walker Evans Walker Evans Crimson Cup to Open Coffee Shop in Upper Arlington

Locally-based Crimson Cup Coffee has grown rapidly during its nearly 25 years of existence, roasting hundreds of thousands of pounds of small-batch coffees for over 350 independent coffee houses, restaurants and stores across 29 states. Through all of that growth, Crimson Cup has only maintained a single retail location of their own: their coffee house […]

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A Kitchen Inspired by the Spirit of Kenya

Tiffany Dixon Tiffany Dixon A Kitchen Inspired by the Spirit of Kenya

I want to share with you a moment. It was one that changed my life and shifted my perspective in ways that I am continuously realizing. This day came halfway through my experience with the Whole Foods Market Team Member Volunteer Program in Maai Mahiu, Kenya. It was a perfect day. Sunny, warm, full of […]

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A Kitchen Inspired by Winter Citrus

Tiffany Dixon Tiffany Dixon A Kitchen Inspired by Winter Citrus

A few mornings ago I woke from a dream with the touch of sunshine lingering on my cheeks and the scent of flowers and warm air surrounding me. I guess I didn’t realize how much I’ve been missing warmer weather complete with picnics, cocktails on the patio, bike rides and, most of all, sunshine. Amidst […]

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Northstar Cafe Shelves Upper Arlington Restaurant Plans

Walker Evans Walker Evans Northstar Cafe Shelves Upper Arlington Restaurant Plans

We announced in November that Lane Avenue would eventually be home to a new Northstar Cafe location, but those plans have officially been put on the back burner. “We never got past the stage where we were simply exploring the opportunity,” said Northstar co-owner Kevin Malhame. “We concluded that it wasn’t ideal for us at this time, […]

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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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