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Local Artist Hiroshi Hayakawa Releases Latest Origami Book

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Local Artist Hiroshi Hayakawa Releases Latest Origami Book

Local artist and associate professor at Columbus College of Art and Design, Hiroshi Hayakawa, is set to release his new book on August 5th, titled “Paper Monsters and Curious Creatures.” Hayakawa previously created three other books, his first having been released in 2009. All four books consist of detailed lessons on how to create various […]

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Magic Nate finds his calling as a full time entertainer

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Magic Nate finds his calling as a full time entertainer

While most people would prefer a job in which their favorite hobby provides a steady salary, this is simply not a realistic prospect for everyone. Yet, local resident and professional magician Nate LeGros has just that. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, LeGros (or Magic Nate as he is officially known) said his interest in performing magic […]

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Beer Tasting 101: A Columbus Guide

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Beer Tasting 101: A Columbus Guide

While beer tasting sounds like a simple enough endeavor, there are many key factors that are important to consider in order to make the most of the experience. Columbus offers a growing number of bars and breweries at which patrons may taste a variety of beers, some brewed locally and some imported from around the […]

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Guide to Craft Beer-Centric Bars in Columbus

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Guide to Craft Beer-Centric Bars in Columbus

In more recent years, Columbus has become home to a growing number of breweries and beer-centric bars. While a typical bar offers an array of beer, liquor and wine, a beer-centric bar focuses on just that—beer. This entails a drink list in which craft and smaller-batch brews largely overshadow the more commercialized beers like Budlight. […]

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Local Barbershop Takes Customers Back in Time

Aimee Hancock Aimee Hancock Local Barbershop Takes Customers Back in Time

Columbus’ Short North Arts District is home to a number of art galleries, specialty shops, restaurants, pubs and bars, all of which help to extend the artistically avant-garde atmosphere of the area. Chris Turner joined the neighborhood two years ago and added his own touch to the mix when he opened his uniquely designed barbershop […]

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