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6 Places to Stop During Gallery Hop: August 2014

Michelle Mwaura Michelle Mwaura 6 Places to Stop During Gallery Hop: August 2014

Every first Saturday of every month, the Short North district hosts an array of activities in an event called Gallery Hop. During this bustling event from 4 pm to 10 pm (with some places staying open later) people come from all over Columbus to shop at boutiques, view galleries, listen to performers, and dine at […]

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Opinion: First Time at the Ohio State Fair

Michelle Mwaura Michelle Mwaura Opinion: First Time at the Ohio State Fair

Ohio State Fair ticket; five dollars, game tickets, deep fried buckeyes, and rib shots; twenty dollars, being nineteen years old and going to the fair for the first time? Priceless. People are always confused when I tell them that I’ve never been to the fair since apparently its a right of passage for all Ohioans, […]

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9 Stops for Gallery Hop – July 2014 Edition

Michelle Mwaura Michelle Mwaura 9 Stops for Gallery Hop – July 2014 Edition

Every first Saturday of every month, the Short North district hosts an array of activities in an event called Gallery Hop. During this bustling event from 4 pm to 10 pm (with some places staying open later) people come from all over Columbus to shop at boutiques, view galleries, listen to performers, and dine at […]

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Raisin Rack Keeps Westerville Served with Healthy Organic Foods

Michelle Mwaura Michelle Mwaura Raisin Rack Keeps Westerville Served with Healthy Organic Foods

With the release of more and more health conscious films uncovering the dirty secrets of the food industry, the average person has become more open to healthy and organic options for themselves and their families. Raisin Rack, a natural foods market located on Schrock Road in Westerville, was created to make the transition from processed […]

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Shop Talk: Traders Haven

Michelle Mwaura Michelle Mwaura Shop Talk: Traders Haven

If the city of Columbus is the heart of Ohio, then High Street can be considered the life line that brings all of it together, and right at the end is a tiny antique shop called Traders Haven. Founded three years ago by Anthony Dunning, Traders Haven showcases various different pieces of furniture and decor […]

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