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Columbus Metropolitan Library Opens New Hilliard Branch

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Metropolitan Library Opens New Hilliard Branch

The Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) will open its new Hilliard Branch on Thursday, June 21, with a dedication ceremony and grand opening celebration that is free to the public. The Hickory Chase location is CML’s largest, triple the size of the previous Hilliard Branch location at Cemetery Rd. The new branch will feature expanded children and teen […]

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The Madery at COhatch Merges Makers with Socially-Conscious Spirits

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman The Madery at COhatch Merges Makers with Socially-Conscious Spirits

The Madery makers market has a sign visible as soon as you descend the stairs from the first floor of Worthington coworking space COhatch: “To disrupt the world around us and end the cycle of injustice through empowerment and opportunity.” Talking with a few of the business owners in the space, this mission matches their own all […]

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It’s All Natural Announces Relocation, New Business Model

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman It’s All Natural Announces Relocation, New Business Model

Vegan food market It’s All Natural first opened its doors in October of 2013, selling vegetarian and vegan eco-friendly, organic products in Gahanna. But, due to rising expense costs and rent, It’s All Natural’s owners will be moving to a new location at Ching Ter Maitreya Temple, 2891 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. The new location will be […]

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Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in University District

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in University District

As Columbus’ most densely populated area, the University District is constantly changing, growing and evolving. The recent closures of Ugly Tuna Saloona and Mad Mex, and openings of a new Target, new Chick-fil-A and more luxury apartments arriving to the area are just a few of the developments that immediately come to mind. These ongoing changes […]

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Top 7 Things to do at the Columbus Arts Festival

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Top 7 Things to do at the Columbus Arts Festival

Every year, Downtown Columbus is taken over by the Columbus Arts Festival, a three-day event that showcases local and national painters, photographers, sculptures, and mixed-media artists, along with live performances for the whole family to enjoy. Most will spend this weekend casually browsing the artist markets and catching a performance or two, but there is a lot more […]

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car2go Carsharing Services to Leave Columbus

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman car2go Carsharing Services to Leave Columbus

In a decision effective May 31, 2018, car2go’s carsharing services will be discontinued in Columbus. In 2013, car2go was the first company to bring one-way carsharing to the Central Ohio area. But the company says a lack of adoption of its services has lead to the decision to discontinue operations here. In an email, car2go […]

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Columbus Falls Six Places in Latest ParkScore Index

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Falls Six Places in Latest ParkScore Index

Columbus ranked 62nd on The Trust for Public Land’s ParkScore Index for 2018, falling from 56th place in 2017’s ranking of park systems in the 100 largest U.S. cities. ParkScore rankings are based on four factors: park access, which measures the percentage of city residents within a 10-minute walk from a park; park acreage, which […]

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