Sportsillustrated.com wrote Desperation is the raw material of drastic change. And Thursday night’s 4-2 win over the Avalanche notwithstanding, Ken Hitchcock is feeling his collar tighten. Just 10 games into a new season ripe with expectations, the Blue Jackets coach has come to grips with the obvious: he has a big hole in the […]
Today’s the only acceptable day of the year to get sick on eating too much candy, wear a completely ridiculous costume, and watch movies that will give you nightmares. So you might as well make the most of it! Thousands will be descending upon the Short North for the Highball, a party-in-the-street masquerade that will […]
The Dispatch wrote New York restaurateur to create quieter, more intimate locale that combines bar scene with dining, dancing Tuesday, October 28, 2008 BY BILL CHRONISTER Martini Park, billed as a “playground for grown-ups,” is preparing to open Nov. 6 at 4040 Easton Town Center. In many ways, the massive restaurant and lounge harks back […]
This Week News wrote Variances sought for S. Third fitness center Wednesday, October 22, 2008 By DAVID J. CROSS Representatives of a small, franchise fitness center made their case Monday for why the business should be allowed to move into a vacant building on South Third Street. German Village residents Eric Ferch, along with three […]
On the way to High Beck Tavern for some late grease grub last night, We discovered that the old Metro’s, on South High, has been transformed and re-opened as Murph’s On High. We were poured big drinks, served by an engaging bartender, Candy. The owner, Matt Murphy, introduced himself and we had a cool 10-minute […]
Spice Bar in the Arena District was just bought out today by Tom Starker (name sound familiar?)…I don’t have much information if the change will mean a completely new venue/name, but I’ll keep you all posted.
The Dispatch wrote New course, cheers for marathoners Monday, October 20, 2008 BY SHERRI WILLIAMS For the first time in nine years, the marathon’s course was changed, to add about 2 miles in Grandview Heights. The city turned into a block party to cheer on the athletes. Energetic neighbors lined the streets, some clanging […]