The 36th annual Doo Dah Parade took place on Thursday, July 4th, featuring the irreverent sense of humor it has long been known for. Parades and marchers took to the streets in fashion, and CU was on hand to to capture the magic. Matt Ellis is a freelance photographer who covers bands that visit the […]
Celebrate Liberty & Lunacy and the 35th Annual Doo Dah Parade on July 4th! Exercise your First Amendment right, through humor. Best Political Satire Parade West of the White House! Parade Line-up begins as at Noon on Park Street. Parade Steps Off @ 1 pm from corner of Buttles & Park St. Parade your stuff […]
Join us for our Annual Doo-Dah Parade watch party! Grab yourself a seat and a Rossi Burger and we will keep the cocktails coming!
Victorian Village, known for its historic Victorian homes, Goodale Park, and proximity to the Short North, was one of Columbus’ first neighborhoods. The Village has experienced various periods of urban decay and revitalization over the past 100 years, but in the 1970s new life was brought into the neighborhood thanks to the Victorian Village Commission. […]
Editor’s Note by Walker Evans: The 34th annual Doo Dah Parade took place on Tuesday, July 4 in the Short North to celebrate “liberty and lunacy” in its traditional fashion. Boxing legend and hometown hero James Buster Douglas served as this year’s “Less-Than-Grand Marshall” while marchers lampooned everyone from Donald Trump to Donald Trump. For […]
“A death threat is not free speech, it is terrorism. In our violent age, all threats are serious.”
On June 7th, 2016, five people were murdered and four seriously injured while on a bicycle club-sanctioned ride in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The mad motorist who committed the crime is charged with five counts of murder and many more serious felonies. News of the crime, along with crime scene photos, was carried by every major news […]
On Monday, one participant in the annual Doo Dah Parade managed to upset and offend many people with what was perceived as a message of violence directed at bike commuters. It was not the first time a Doo Dah Parade participant has caused controversy — and probably won’t be the last time either — coming […]