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Technology Accommodates the Shared Environment of Coworking Spaces

Susan Post Susan Post Technology Accommodates the Shared Environment of Coworking Spaces

Coworking spaces tout many benefits for businesses of all shapes and sizes. They’re flexible – workers can settle into a comfy, open area or buckle down in a private office. Lease terms are less daunting than the long-term commitment of a traditional space. And especially for startups and small businesses, coworking spaces can provide access […]

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Blick Art Materials to Close Short North Location After 17 Years

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Blick Art Materials to Close Short North Location After 17 Years

At 612 N. High St., Blick Art Materials has been open 17 years. Originally as a Utrecht Art Supplies location before the company was acquired by Blick, the fine art supply store has served the Short North arts community for nearly two decades. But in a recent Instagram post, the store cites years of construction, […]

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Kroger Announces Sudden Closure of Columbus Bakery

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Kroger Announces Sudden Closure of Columbus Bakery

Say farewell to the intoxicatingly sweet smells of the Columbus Bakery. Kroger announced on Monday, Feb. 11 that it has closed the facility at 457 Cleveland Ave., impacting 411 workers.  The decision was motivated by the outdated layout and age of the production plant’s equipment, which made it “no longer sustainable for us to remain […]

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Meat Packers Outlet Downtown Now Closed

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Meat Packers Outlet Downtown Now Closed

Downtown’s 61-year-old Meat Packers Outlet has closed, as of Tuesday, Jan. 22. The business made the announcement in a post on their Facebook page. “After 61 years of serving the city of Columbus we are sorry to say we have closed our doors as of January 22, 2019. Thank you for your patronage over the […]

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Shop Talk: Three Worthington Businesses are Teaming Up to Open A New Shared Space

Randi Walle Randi Walle Shop Talk: Three Worthington Businesses are Teaming Up to Open A New Shared Space

Despite rapid growth over the past few years, Old Worthington has maintained its small-town New England charm. The few short blocks on High Street, affectionately called “Main Street” by locals, is home to local restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, businesses, studios, and retailers. Later this Spring, three of those local businesses will open a joint space […]

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Indie Music Website GroundSounds Embraces Columbus

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Indie Music Website GroundSounds Embraces Columbus

Dayton-born Jon Berrien started an independent music publication in the mid-2000s as a passion project, and as a way to establish a hosting career. Inspired by music personalities like Carson Daly and Sway Calloway, he moved out to L.A. after college. He worked at a number of entertainment companies, but mainly behind the scenes. “I […]

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Local Entrepreneurial Couple Launches Coworking Beauty Venue My Salon Suite

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Local Entrepreneurial Couple Launches Coworking Beauty Venue My Salon Suite

Local entrepreneurs Jarrett and Jennifer Skrobarcek have opened the first Columbus My Salon Suite in Grandview Yard. The franchise of private suites for independent hair, nail, spa, and related beauty professionals is establishing its first location in Grandview Heights and will be the first of three. The Skrobarceks will serve as recruiters and manage daily operations […]

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