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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.

Lane Avenue Development Proposal Grows to Nine Stories

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lane Avenue Development Proposal Grows to Nine Stories

A seven-story building proposal in Upper Arlington is getting a bit of a revision from the original plan unveiled in 2016. The project’s developers are bringing the updated plan back to the community’s Building and Zoning commission to review an expansion that would take the building up to nine stories in height in order to […]

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OGP Auditions: Ominous, Ghoulish Plays

Jed Jed

We’re having auditions for our one night only remount of The People vs. Victor Frankenstein at the UA Library on Wednesday 6:30-8:30.OGP will be performing 2 short plays on October 20th at 10pm. We need men and women of all ages! The People vs. Victor Frankenstein by John Busser has plenty of roles available, including […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival

Lynette Santoro-Au Lynette Santoro-Au Columbus Makes Art Presents: Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival

The Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival returns for the fifty-first time on Monday, September 4. The city’s signature event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Northam Park. Established to provide an opportunity for artists beginning their careers as festival artists, the festival’s Emerging Artists’ Program invites artists interested in pursuing a […]

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New Coworking Spaces Opening in Short North, Upper Arlington and 5xNW

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Coworking Spaces Opening in Short North, Upper Arlington and 5xNW

While some entrepreneurial trends come and go, the shared space offices known as coworking have continued to thrive in 2017. Just recently, The Hive, Serendipity Labs and Haven Collective have been announced along side existing spots like The Salt Mines, Qwirk and Industrious. Although market saturation seems like it could be an issue at this […]

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Gymboree Closing 350 Stores, Three in Central Ohio

Walker Evans Walker Evans Gymboree Closing 350 Stores, Three in Central Ohio

The latest news to break in the ongoing Retailpocolypse of 2017 is that of Gymboree’s bankruptcy filing — a move that will see the closure of 350 stores across the chain’s U.S. footprint. The San Franciso-based company also operates stores brands Crazy 8 and Janie and Jack, which will see closures as well. Company CEO […]

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Design Firm Fourth Interiors Opens Retail Store in Upper Arlington Tomorrow

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Design Firm Fourth Interiors Opens Retail Store in Upper Arlington Tomorrow

Local design firm Fourth Interiors is opening their first retail store. In a space that will also double as their new office, Fourth Home will open in Upper Arlington on Thursday at 2158 Tremont Center. “Fourth Home gives us the opportunity to bring our design aesthetic to a larger audience,” Justin Kingry, owner and chief […]

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Guide to Farmers Markets Around Columbus – 2017

Anne Evans Anne Evans Guide to Farmers Markets Around Columbus – 2017

If you don’t grow your own food or already support a CSA, local Farmers Markets give you a chance to get some of the best home grown food around. Here’s an updated 2017 list for you to get the best produce grown here in Columbus and our surrounding areas. Happy Hunting! 400 Market. Every 2nd […]

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