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CAPA Announces 2009 Summer Movies Series


One of the best summer events of downtown was announced today – CAPA announced the lineup for their 2009 Summer Movies Series, held in the Ohio Theatre. This year marks the 39th year for the event. The movies start on July 17 and run until August 30. Some highlights include King Kong (1933), The Day […]


Oktoberfest likely to become free event in 2009


From This Week News: Oktoberfest likely to become free event By David J. Cross The German Village Society is continuing to go forward with plans to move its annual Oktoberfest celebration back to the village and has announced one major change: The event is likely to be free. The society met with various city officials […]


Fanboys Premiere Event at the Lennox on Friday


Fanboys is a new-ish film several years in the making, but the release is finally here. Originally opened in eight cities across the US on February 6th, Fanboys is getting added to another 11 cities on February 20th, which includes Columbus. More importantly, the premiere event in Columbus will be followed with a Q&A session […]


Passenger trains could be running in Ohio in 2010


From The Dispatch: It’s been so long since people could catch a train in Columbus and debark in Cleveland a couple of hours later that most Ohioans probably regard the notion as a Cold War memory, like TV dinners in metal trays. Now it’s time to thaw out the idea, advocates say. State leaders are […]


Downtown, suburban vacancy rates ease


From Business First of Columbus: Downtown Columbus finished the year with a slightly lower vacancy rate than 2007, bucking a national trend – but barely, according to a report from brokerage network Colliers International. Colliers in its quarterly snapshot of major metropolitan areas’ downtown vacancies found Columbus’ rate stood at 13.1 percent, down slightly from […]

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Southwest bids for slots at LaGuardia


Columbus Business First wrote Southwest Airlines Co. said Wednesday that the airline is bidding to acquire ATA Airlines’ rights to 14 slots at LaGuardia Airport, a move that would allow the Dallas-based airline to conduct seven daily round-trip flights into New York. Southwest, Port Columbus International Airport’s largest passenger carrier, submitted a $7.5 million bid, […]


Port Columbus opens taxiway, waiting lot


  Columbus Business First wrote Port Columbus opens taxiway, waiting lot  Tuesday, November 4, 2008 by Matt Burns Airport officials on Tuesday rolled out the latest phase of the multimillion-dollar project, including a crossover taxiway and a “cell phone lot” for those waiting to pick up passengers. The 50-space lot, next to a McDonald’s, is […]


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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

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