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Franklinton Cycle Works Celebrates 10 Years, Debuts New Expanded Space

Susan Post Susan Post Franklinton Cycle Works Celebrates 10 Years, Debuts New Expanded Space

Franklinton Cycle Works recently celebrated two major milestones: its 10-year anniversary, and the grand opening of its new, expanded space. Over the last decade, Founder Jonathan Youngman has built Franklinton Cycle Works into a community resource providing access to affordable bikes, bike parts and maintenance, as well as educational resources for riding safely. Now, the […]

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Local E-Bike Startup Thinking Big, Preparing for Launch

Brent Warren Brent Warren Local E-Bike Startup Thinking Big, Preparing for Launch

A local startup is hoping to make a big splash in the “micromobility” world, bringing a new kind of electric bike and lots of new ideas to an industry that has so far been dominated by just a handful of Silicon Valley-backed companies. If all goes according to plan, the first fat tire e-bikes from […]

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Home Decor And Plant Boutique The Brass Hand Opens in Clintonville

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Home Decor And Plant Boutique The Brass Hand Opens in Clintonville

Luxe home decor and plant boutique The Brass Hand opened this past weekend. The American Southwest-themed shop is the work of owner Heather McCloud, a self-described “desert baby” who has lived in the visually distinctive part of the country almost as much as she has in Ohio. The Brass Hand, which existed first as an […]

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BYO Bouquet Platform Pick’d Flowers Relaunches in Columbus

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman BYO Bouquet Platform Pick’d Flowers Relaunches in Columbus

Central Ohio native Jacqueline Rinehardt founded Pick’d Flowers in 2015 right out of college. Coming from a family of florists (her grandfather opened their family-owned flower shop some 43 years ago) she witnessed the “old school” way of running a floral business growing up, including relying on a fax machine for orders. When she came […]

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Council Revises Arena District DORA Following Resident Feedback

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Council Revises Arena District DORA Following Resident Feedback

On Monday, July 26, Columbus City Council approved a revised Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area in the Arena District. The revised DORA was drastically reduced in footprint from a previous proposal by Mayor Andrew Ginther last month. The change was made after residents voiced concerns about residential neighborhood areas in the DORA that lacked retail establishments. […]

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Columbus Partnership Announces New CEO for 2022

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Partnership Announces New CEO for 2022

Last week the Columbus Partnership announced a change in leadership for the first time in 13 years with the news that CEO and President Alex Fischer would be exiting his role at the start of next year. Fischer will transition into an advisor position with the organization while Kenny McDonald steps into the role as new […]

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Legalized Sports Betting Efforts Returning This Fall a High Probability

Ohio Capital Journal Ohio Capital Journal Legalized Sports Betting Efforts Returning This Fall a High Probability

By Tyler Buchanan Ohioans will have to hold off from planning their next Buckeyes-Bengals-Browns parlay, but perhaps for not too much longer. Ohio lawmakers did not finalize a proposal on legal sports gambling before departing the Statehouse for a summer break. But it’s a sure bet they will take a close look at the issue upon […]

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