Columbus resident Myka Stauffer takes videos of her life and shares advice — with thousands of her closest friends. Since Stauffer began posting videos on YouTube three years ago, she’s gained over 124,000 subscribers on her main channel and 55,000 on her daily vlog channel. To date, she has posted over a thousand videos. Stauffer […]
After spending seven years crisscrossing the country as a tour chef, Rob McClaskey decided to settle in his hometown of Columbus and follow his dream of starting a mobile food business. He and his wife, Christie McClaskey, opened Put it in Your Face sandwich cart in July. The name of the cart was born a […]
Three decades later, and the records keep spinning. Used Kids Records celebrate its 30th anniversary.
“I’d like to think even though we’re thirty years old, we’re not over the hill. Fifty is the new over the hill, right?” asks Greg Hall, who has been the owner of local vinyl shop Used Kids Records since he took it over in 2014. Hall’s involvement with the store actually started in 1979 at […]
Partners Achieving Community Transformation and the Columbus chapter of The Links, Inc. recently decided that while backpack and school supplies giveaways are beneficial to students, it isn’t enough when it comes to making sure they become literate. At the beginning of the school year, the organizations partnered to introduce a new program, Parent Links, at […]
Today, Rogue Fitness begins distribution operations in 200,000 square feet of its new 600,000 square foot facility at the corner of East Fifth and Cleveland Avenues. Construction on the facility began in 2015, with the manufacturing portion set to open on November 1, headquarters set to open January 1, and full transition to be completed […]
A mansion in Olde Towne East reminiscent of a mini-Hogwarts now houses an educational institution. But its location at 731 E. Broad Street is far from the only thing that makes Columbus Learning Cooperative different from the traditional education system. Enrollment is open to students ages 10-18, but they won’t be segregated into grades. “The idea […]