Keeping with the tradition of the past two years, our “Best of 2010” voters chose to honor the potential of development projects just begun rather than the completion of projects that have come to a close. In 2008, it was the Gay Street redevelopment that is still blooming today. In 2009, it was the demolition […]
As yet, Wonderland doesn’t exist in a physical sense, but the idea of it already has a phenomenal life of its own. Since the project’s founders first stood before a tightly packed crowd at Junctionview Studios in January and unveiled the idea of multiple creative endeavors in a single space, Wonderland has amassed remarkable public and […]
Press Release: In October, the Wonderland Columbus team introduces several ways for the public to support its efforts to create a multi-use creative space in the former Wonder Bread factory at 697 N. 4th Street. On September 30, Wonderland officially became eligible for a Pepsi Refresh Grant. The monthly granting program provides funds of up […]
Press Release: Adam Brouillette, local artist, community organizer and one of the founders of Wonderland Columbus, has been chosen by WonderlandÃŠÂ¼s board of directors to lead the project in the role of Executive Director. The offer was made to Brouillette following a unanimous vote of confidence from the board. His agreement to accept the position […]
Meatballs are fun. They make for delicious spaghetti ornaments, tasty stand-alone snacks, and my favorite Aqua Teen Hunger Force character. But it’s not every day that you get to ponder an 800-pound meatball. An orb of that girth would break the Guinness Record for World’s Largest Meatball. So this Friday night at the Columbus Italian […]
The redevelopment of the “UCT Block” in the Short North was originally announced back in February 2008, and after some recent updates and expansions, the proposal may be moving closer to reality tonight.
The City of Columbus Parking Violations Bureau began updating all 4,215 parking meters on Tuesday and expect the project to be complete around Labor Day. Double-check the sticker on your meter, as many areas will have newly extended enforcement hours running through 10pm. The new rates are as follows: 30 minute meters at $1.00 per […]