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Fozzie’s Pizzeria coming to Olde Towne East in June

 

From This Week News: Pizzeria has right elements for future career, chemical engineer says By Gary Seman Jr. Orin Hemminger plans to open Fozzie’s, a pizzeria, this June in Olde Town East. He didn’t expect to open a pizza joint – he really wants to own a microbrewery – but simply saw a need and […]

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Counter Culture Closing in the Short North

 

Another loss in the Short North. They had a great name too. With the numerous closings in the Short North, I can’t help but wonder to what extent the high concentration of specialty shops vs shops selling everyday goods might be at fault. If there were more of the latter, would it attract more people […]

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Midnight Hookah in Italian Village now open

 

I went by this place while heading south on Mt Pleasant from 5th Ave and was wondering when this had happened, since I had never heard of this place and it’s definitely tucked away. It’s within walking distance from my place and Bristol Bar. I’ll probably be checking it out soon. Always nice to have […]

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NBC 4 Reveals Columbus’ Dangerous Intersections

 

  NBC4i.com wrote NBC 4 Reveals Columbus’ Dangerous Intersections  Friday, Oct 03, 2008 By Donna Willis A comprehensive traffic study conducted by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, or MORPC, determined there are five intersections where drivers should exercise additional caution. DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS: 1. Hamilton Road and East Livingston Avenue on the city’s East Side. 2. […]

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New Development Rumor in Town Franklin

 

Washington Place (on the NE corner of Town and Washington) is poised to have another mid-rise building (hopefully nicer looking) where the current abandoned apartment buildings are sitting all boarded up across the street (ugly, ugly ,ugly, even before this). Aside from that, I’m surprised there are no plans for more mixed-use apartment buildings. Update: […]

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Jeni’s Ice Cream to open at Bexley Gateway

 

Business First wrote Jeni’s adds Bexley to chain’s roster, but cool on a continued expansion Jeni Britton Bauer is ready to put the freeze on the growth of her popular ice cream shop chain, but not before doling out a helping to Bexley. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams LLC plans to open a 1,100-square-foot store at […]

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York Masonic Temple Goes Condo

 

ShortNorth.com wrote York Masonic Temple Goes Condo as Masons celebrate 200 years of Freemasonry in Ohio by Jennifer Hambrick April 2008 A historic Short North area building and former Masonic stomping ground is getting renovated and going public in a move that might bring much needed attention to the territory between the South Campus Gateway […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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