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Columbus Pride Rescheduled for the Fall

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Columbus Pride Rescheduled for the Fall

Stonewall Columbus has announced the Columbus Pride Parade and Festival will be rescheduled for October 3, 2020. The announcement comes after other major summer events, including the Columbus Arts Festival and ComFest, announced their events would be canceled or possibly rescheduled. In a letter sent out by Stonewall Columbus Executive Director AJ Casey, she explained […]

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Coronavirus Update: Carryout Liquor Sales, Curbside Concerts & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Carryout Liquor Sales, Curbside Concerts & More

The latest coronavirus update includes a ruling by Ohio Liquor Control, potential prison inmate releases, grocery stores’ reduced capacity limits, a new concert series from Can’t Stop Cbus, and as always, the numbers. As of Tuesday, April 7, there are now 488 cases and six deaths from COVID-19 in Columbus and Worthington, the two cities […]

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Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates in Columbus

Susan Post Susan Post Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates in Columbus

The response to the Coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve rapidly, day-by-day. Below is a list of news and updates relating to Columbus and the State of Ohio’s response to the pandemic. Find a general timeline of events, resources for aid, a list of cancellations and more. This list will continue to be amended as new […]

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Coronavirus Update: Stay at Home Extension, Bunbury & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Stay at Home Extension, Bunbury & More

On Monday, April 6 at midnight, the state of Ohio’s Stay at Home order extension goes into effect. This includes the same measures taken in the first order plus additional guidance, including the requirement for retail stores and other essential businesses to set a maximum number of customers allowed in a store at one time […]

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Restaurants Might Feel Coronavirus Effects for Years To Come

Walker Evans Walker Evans Restaurants Might Feel Coronavirus Effects for Years To Come

It feels like an eternity, but local bars and restaurants have been closed for exactly three weeks since Ohio Governor Mike DeWine first issued a statewide closure on Sunday, March 15. Many have shuttered completely, while some have continued to operate with takeout and delivery options, and thousands of employees have lost their jobs. Ohioans […]

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Coronavirus Update: Possible Prison Releases, COSI Layoffs & More

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Coronavirus Update: Possible Prison Releases, COSI Layoffs & More

As of Friday, April 3, Franklin County has 503 cases of COVID-19 of the state’s reported 3,312 cases. Ohio’s death count rose to 91, while the county remained at five. Positive COVID-19 related news to end the week comes from Boston beer company Samuel Adams and its restaurant worker fund, and the encouraging numbers coming […]

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Sam Adams Providing Grants, Locals Providing Meals for OH Restaurant Workers

Susan Post Susan Post Sam Adams Providing Grants, Locals Providing Meals for OH Restaurant Workers

Ohio restaurant workers could soon be getting a little help from Boston-based brewery Samuel Adams. Not in the form of beer, but grants. What started as a partnership with The Greg Hill Foundation to support restaurant workers in Massachusetts has extended to Ohioans. The Restaurant Strong fund is providing the state’s restaurant workers a free, […]

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