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Mega Weekend – Farmers Markets, Goth Bike Ride, and More

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Weekend – Farmers Markets, Goth Bike Ride, and More

It’s a long weekend, but doesn’t every day feel like that? Many Farmers Markets are opening up this weekend: Pearl Market, Bexley, Chillicothe, Canal Market District in Newark, and others are continuing. Are you watching The Big Flower Fight on Netflix? The rain should let up, go on a bike ride. Take a moment this weekend to […]

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Coronavirus Update: PPE Donations, Outdoor Activities & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: PPE Donations, Outdoor Activities & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Wednesday, May 20, 3,780 cases from COVID-19 have been reported or are probable in Columbus and Worthington, as reported by Columbus Public Health. Countywide, 4,793 cases and 200 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported. Statewide, 29,436 cases and 1,781 deaths have been confirmed or are probable. More Updates Local […]

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Library to Offer Curbside Pickup at 4 More Branches

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Library to Offer Curbside Pickup at 4 More Branches

The Columbus Metropolitan Library has announced it will offer curbside pickup at four additional branches starting Tuesday, May 26. On Monday, May 18, CML began offering curbside pickup at three branches: Gahanna, Hillard and Parsons. Come Tuesday, the following branches will also be available for curbside pickup and other limited library services: Dublin Branch — […]

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Filmmaker Offers Aid to Indie Crews

Hope Madden Hope Madden Filmmaker Offers Aid to Indie Crews

Stu Pollard has been producing indie films in Louisville for decades, including 2018’s horror gem Rust Creek. He knows how much his movies have benefitted from the hard work of crews—often local team members, but just as often, crew members who’ve come from Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee. They’ve been a huge help to him and […]

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Gyms and Yoga Studios Given Go-ahead to Re-Open May 26

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Gyms and Yoga Studios Given Go-ahead to Re-Open May 26

“We are ready to open on the 26th,” says Alex White of Peak Human Performance.  He as well as many other central Ohioans are eager to open fitness centers on May 26th following the guidelines created by the Ohio Department of Health and the governor’s office. “Yes, we are certainly ready and are excited. It […]

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Coronavirus Update: Restaurant & Bar Safety Checks, Virtual Prom, JazZoo & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Restaurant & Bar Safety Checks, Virtual Prom, JazZoo & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Monday, May 18, 3,623 cases and 136 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported or are probable in Columbus and Worthington. Countywide, 4,734 cases and 181 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported. Statewide, 28,454 cases and 1,657 deaths have been confirmed or are probable. According to Columbus Public Health’s […]

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Eat Purr Love Cat Cafe Closes Clintonville Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans Eat Purr Love Cat Cafe Closes Clintonville Location

After nearly four years in business in Clintonville, the owners of the Eat Purr Love Cat Cafe announced last week that they will not be re-opening their doors at 3041 Indianola Ave. The business closed temporarily in March at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic and they are opting to let their lease expire in […]

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