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Pizzuti Breaks Ground on Phase 3 of Library Park Development

Pizzuti Breaks Ground on Phase 3 of Library Park Development

The Discovery District neighborhood has been buzzing with new construction over the…

Construction Roundup: Easton Expansion

Construction Roundup: Easton Expansion

The developers of Easton Town Center announced their $500 million expansion plan…

Malls Reopen: Easton Requires Masks, Polaris & Tuttle Recommend Them

Malls Reopen: Easton Requires Masks, Polaris & Tuttle Recommend Them

As retailers begin to resume business operations, Central Ohio’s major shopping destinations…

After an Opening Cut Short, Denim Boutique FERA Reopens in the Short North

After an Opening Cut Short, Denim Boutique FERA Reopens in the Short North

On Tuesday, May 12, Ohio’s retailers will begin reopening to the public…

Columbus Arts Festival to Be Held ‘in Place’

Columbus Arts Festival to Be Held ‘in Place’

After the decision was made to cancel the 2020 Columbus Arts Festival,…

The List: 12 More Local Stores Re-Opening Soon

The List: 12 More Local Stores Re-Opening Soon

While some local retailers are ready to open as soon as possible…

Coronavirus Update: Doo Dah Parade, Summer Jam West, Liquor Rebate & More

Coronavirus Update: Doo Dah Parade, Summer Jam West, Liquor Rebate & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Monday, May 11, 3,039 cases…

NEXT: The Future of “Essential” Work(ers)

NEXT: The Future of “Essential” Work(ers)

The COVID-19 pandemic has bifurcated the world of work. For some, their…

As Juvenile Facilities Report More Cases, Advocates Express Unique Concerns for Youth

As Juvenile Facilities Report More Cases, Advocates Express Unique Concerns for Youth

Last week, it was reported by multiple local media outlets that at…

The List: 31 Local Stores Re-Opening on May 12

The List: 31 Local Stores Re-Opening on May 12

On May 1st, state officials announced that non-restaurant retail businesses would be…

Ohio State Finalizes $40.9M Settlement with 162 Survivors in Strauss Case

Ohio State Finalizes $40.9M Settlement with 162 Survivors in Strauss Case

The Ohio State University has announced details of a $40.9 million settlement…

Treats Roundup: Ice Cream, Cookies, Cakes & More for Delivery, Carry-Out & Pickup

Treats Roundup: Ice Cream, Cookies, Cakes & More for Delivery, Carry-Out & Pickup

Ice cream?! Cookies?! Cake?! Whatever your coronavirus-coping go-to, this list has the…

Demolition of Building Underway Despite Neighborhood Opposition

Demolition of Building Underway Despite Neighborhood Opposition

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is proceeding with the demolition of a historic building…

Wild Variety in New Streaming Movies

Wild Variety in New Streaming Movies

Another week inside, another week bursting with streaming movie options. Nineties nostalgia?…

Coronavirus Update: Red, White & BOOM Canceled, Case Numbers & More

Coronavirus Update: Red, White & BOOM Canceled, Case Numbers & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Thursday, May 7, 2,678 cases…

Coronavirus Update: Reopening Plan for Hair Salons, Restaurants Announced

Coronavirus Update: Reopening Plan for Hair Salons, Restaurants Announced

On Thursday, May 7, Governor Mike DeWine announced the reopening dates for…

Columbus Makes Art Presents Sarah Todd on Teaching and Practicing Glass Art

Columbus Makes Art Presents Sarah Todd on Teaching and Practicing Glass Art

Sarah Todd is an independent working artist, a Glass Axis instructor in…

5 Tips to Support Small Business During COVID-19

5 Tips to Support Small Business During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep impact on our economy. Many…

Bill Blocking Dr. Amy Acton’s Orders Passes House, Heads to Senate

Bill Blocking Dr. Amy Acton’s Orders Passes House, Heads to Senate

On Wednesday, May 6, the Ohio House of Representatives passed amendments that…

Opinion: DeWine Has Always Been a “Problematic Fave”

Opinion: DeWine Has Always Been a “Problematic Fave”

Over the past decade, society has learned more and more frequently that…

Coronavirus Update: Budget Cuts, Airbnb Bans Parties & More

Coronavirus Update: Budget Cuts, Airbnb Bans Parties & More

The Numbers COVID-19 cases — As of Tuesday, May 5, 2,390 cases…

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