This year, On Paper stationery store celebrates 20 years of business in the Short North. Located at 737 N. High St., the store offers a variety of paper, cards, and small home goods. The staff specialize in helping customers personalize stationery, greeting cards, and wedding invitations. Owner Joan Schnee first opened her stationery store in […]
This year will mark the 10th anniversary of HighBall Halloween, and in celebration, the Short North Alliance has announced a tribute that will highlight music legends through the decades. The party starts on Friday, October 20, with their annual HB: On The Rocks. On two stages, local bands will play mixed sets of original songs […]
A restaurant’s anniversary is a good time to look back and see how it has grown and evolved. For Kevin Burns at Olde Towne Tavern, it’s a short flashback, as he prides himself on maintaining a consistent atmosphere at the bar since its opening in 2012. As he gets ready for the five-year celebration, Burns […]
Ease is everything, convenience is key, and patience is passé. Still, local booksellers find a way to get people to show up, browse the shelves, stand in line, and physically pay for an item. From chain stores, to e-books, to online shopping, the threat of extinction has appeared from nearly every front. German Village’s The […]
Three decades later, and the records keep spinning. Used Kids Records celebrate its 30th anniversary.
“I’d like to think even though we’re thirty years old, we’re not over the hill. Fifty is the new over the hill, right?” asks Greg Hall, who has been the owner of local vinyl shop Used Kids Records since he took it over in 2014. Hall’s involvement with the store actually started in 1979 at […]
Downtown nut and candy store The Peanut Shoppe is celebrating a big milestone in 2016. The store, which was founded at 5 South High Street in 1936, is officially 80 years old this week. The store has relocated several times during its lifespan, most recently to the corner of High and State Streets in 2014. […]
Husband and wife local business owners Lisa Bui and Ian Capotosta are celebrating one year of business for their Vietnamese restaurant 6-1-Pho in Clintonville. “A year is a huge accomplishment for opening up a restaurant, so I just kind of wanted to share it,” Bui said. “Everything’s just going awesome. There’s some slight changes, but […]