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Stauf’s Coffee Roasters Nears Opening at the View on Grant

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Stauf’s Coffee Roasters Nears Opening at the View on Grant

As The View on Grant apartment project comes together, so does the Stauf’s Coffee Roasters that will be on the ground floor of the development. The cafe, known for coffee and light bites, might incorporate new elements after it first opens, said President Mark Swanson, depending on the needs of the neighborhood. It’ll open up […]

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Johnny Coffee Popping Up Inside of Ace of Cups

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Johnny Coffee Popping Up Inside of Ace of Cups

When it comes to running Johnny Coffee, owners Jaina Emerman and Stephen Morrow are constantly looking for collaborative opportunities. The duo and their coffee capsule have done a little Columbus tour, bouncing from venue to venue for private events, popping up at Lucky’s Market in Clintonville for the summer, and now, opening up inside Ace […]

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Roots Records Closing Storefront at the End of the Month

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Roots Records Closing Storefront at the End of the Month

Shortly after celebrating their 20th anniversary, Roots Records announced it would be closing its store at the end of the month. The record shop said yesterday on their Facebook page that they’ll remain in business, but will maintain an online presence only. “hey ya’ll….we/roots are gonna be moving soon…to on-line only…we will still be present […]

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Shop Talk: Textiles & Sculptors Inspire ONE SIX FIVE’s Jewelry

Randi Walle Randi Walle Shop Talk: Textiles & Sculptors Inspire ONE SIX FIVE’s Jewelry

Local jewelry artists Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Lowe recently expanded their business to a Clintonville storefront. Established in 2014, ONE SIX FIVE previously lacked a large brick-and-mortar space to offer their goods. In November, Shrigley and Lowe opened the half-studio/half-shop ONE SIX FIVE space at 3171 N. High St. Lowe’s background is fashion, and she […]

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East Main Street Business Owners Seek Neighborhood Improvements

Walker Evans Walker Evans East Main Street Business Owners Seek Neighborhood Improvements

There’s a one mile stretch of East Main Street between the cities of Bexley and Whitehall that some know as being a part of the Eastmoor neighborhood, but most people simply confuse it as being a part of one of those two separate municipalities. The City of Columbus could soon be changing that with the […]

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Swan Cleaners Opening Dry Cleaner Location at Columbus Commons

Walker Evans Walker Evans Swan Cleaners Opening Dry Cleaner Location at Columbus Commons

When it was first announced that the building that houses the Swan Cleaner laundry service would be demolished to make way for a new 11-story mixed-use apartment tower, some people expressed concern that Downtown would lose another dry cleaning service. Today, representatives from Swan Cleaners officially put those fears to rest, announcing that they’re in […]

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Re:work Furnishings Expanding into Larger Location

Walker Evans Walker Evans Re:work Furnishings Expanding into Larger Location

After less than two years operating out of a 2,000 square foot workshop just south of Grandview Heights, Re:work Furnishings is making the move to a much larger 10,000 square foot space just north of Grandview Heights. Husband-and-wife duo Alex and Lindsay Remley officially announced the move today, providing details about about that the news […]

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