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Bites & Sips: Afra Grill, Gogibop Open, Changes for Flowers & Bread and More

Bites & Sips: Afra Grill, Gogibop Open, Changes for Flowers & Bread and More

Dining and drinking in Central Ohio may look a bit different as…

Calls for the Resignation of Mayor Ginther, Chief Quinlan Grow

Calls for the Resignation of Mayor Ginther, Chief Quinlan Grow

A change.org petition and a formal committee have been launched in an…

LGBTQ+ Venture Capital Fund Names CEO

LGBTQ+ Venture Capital Fund Names CEO

Local venture firm LOUD Capital has found the leader of its LGBTQ+…

Pierogi Mountain Moving into Former Grass Skirt Space Downtown

Pierogi Mountain Moving into Former Grass Skirt Space Downtown

Pierogi Mountain is moving into its very own space, taking over the…

Opinion: Columbus Has Bigger Problems Than Broken Windows

Opinion: Columbus Has Bigger Problems Than Broken Windows

“Shallow understanding from people of good will is more frustrating than absolute…

Officials React to Weekend’s Protests

Officials React to Weekend’s Protests

Over the last several days, City officials have responded to the protests…

Rental Assistance Available Starting Today

Rental Assistance Available Starting Today

Applications are being accepted starting today for emergency rental assistance from both…

Opinion: Protests, Riots and Looting – The Why Behind the What

Opinion: Protests, Riots and Looting – The Why Behind the What

My goal this weekend was to avoid social networks and social media…

Photos: Thousands Protest Police Violence in Columbus on Saturday

Photos: Thousands Protest Police Violence in Columbus on Saturday

Editor’s Note: For the third day in a row, protestors gathered in…

Photos: Protests Continue for Second Day in Columbus

Photos: Protests Continue for Second Day in Columbus

Editor’s Note: Protestors gathered for a second day in Downtown Columbus following…

Council President Hardin, Community Leaders Comment on Thursday’s Protests

Council President Hardin, Community Leaders Comment on Thursday’s Protests

On the evening of Friday, May 29, Columbus City Council called a…

Artists Turn Abandoned Bridge Into a Positive Message

Artists Turn Abandoned Bridge Into a Positive Message

When the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic first began to transpire, like…

Photos: Protestors Take to the Streets Over Death of George Floyd

Photos: Protestors Take to the Streets Over Death of George Floyd

The death of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man killed while in…

Bridging the Skills Gap: Strengthening Central Ohio’s Workforce and Economy

Bridging the Skills Gap: Strengthening Central Ohio’s Workforce and Economy

Industries across Central Ohio face a growing challenge—a shortage of talent for…

Coronavirus Update: Festival Latino, City’s Small Business Fund & More

Coronavirus Update: Festival Latino, City’s Small Business Fund & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Thursday, May 28, 4,416 cases and…

Mega Weekend – Virtual Music Concerts, Drive-Ins, and More

Mega Weekend – Virtual Music Concerts, Drive-Ins, and More

Time for a summery weekend (although it’s a bummer with no pools…

The Sycamore & Cosecha Cocina Closed, Listed for Sale

The Sycamore & Cosecha Cocina Closed, Listed for Sale

Grow Restaurants is looking to shed two of its three concepts. Both…

Franklin County Mother Was in the Dark on Child’s COVID-19 Case in Juvenile Detention Center

Franklin County Mother Was in the Dark on Child’s COVID-19 Case in Juvenile Detention Center

One Franklin County mother first learned that her child had contracted COVID-19…

The List: Community Pools Plans for the 2020 Summer Season

The List: Community Pools Plans for the 2020 Summer Season

Memorial Day typically signifies the start of pool season, but as with…

Coronavirus Update: Nursing Home Testing, Airports & More

Coronavirus Update: Nursing Home Testing, Airports & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Tuesday, May 26, 4,305 cases and…

Eleven Projects Approved by Downtown Commission

Eleven Projects Approved by Downtown Commission

The Downtown Commission met virtually this morning, the first convening of the…

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