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Restaurant Review: Daybreak Diner

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Daybreak Diner

Blink once, and you’ll miss Daybreak Diner on Weber Road. It’s in a teeny, little inconspicuous spot in a small building with its own parking lot right out front. Inside the diner, it’s all cuteness – but not the sort of cuteness that inspires nausea. Rather, the decor keeps your eyes super busy with all […]

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Final Phase of Columbus Recycling Program Rolling Out

Walker Evans Walker Evans Final Phase of Columbus Recycling Program Rolling Out

Columbus City Councilmember Eileen Paley kicked off the fifth and final implementation phase of RecyColumbus this morning, signaling the completed rollout of the city-wide residential recycling program. “Columbus residents have enthusiastically embraced recycling in every neighborhood where it has been implemented,” said Mayor Michael Coleman. Columbus residents in the following list of areas will receive […]

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The Hudson Street Market Renovates, Faces Construction Woes

Walker Evans Walker Evans The Hudson Street Market Renovates, Faces Construction Woes

Five months ago, the owners of The Hudson Street Market began a renovation project to help rejuvenate the neighborhood grocery store and better serve the Linden neighborhood and surrounding communities, which it has been doing for more than 25 years. “We surveyed our customers to ask how we could improve their experience,” said Jill Moorhead, marketing director at Food […]

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In My Garden: The Sherwood’s Large Lot in Linden

Anne Evans Anne Evans In My Garden: The Sherwood’s Large Lot in Linden

Our adventure in gardens continues with Stephanie and Dan Sherwood’s large and bountiful Garden of Eatin’ in Linden. When they purchased their home three years ago, they were pleasantly surprised to find out that it also came with quite a bit of land. They were not strangers to having a garden – they had previously […]

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Documentary on Neighborhood Blight Released By City Attorney

Walker Evans Walker Evans Documentary on Neighborhood Blight Released By City Attorney

A new documentary was released today that provides a deeper look into the issue of abandoned properties in Columbus. Columbus City Attorney Richard C. Pfeiffer, Jr spearheaded this project, which describes the impact that abandoned homes have on individual neighborhoods and on the city as a whole. A portion of the documentary focuses on a […]

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COTA Studies Bus Rapid Transit for Cleveland Avenue

Walker Evans Walker Evans COTA Studies Bus Rapid Transit for Cleveland Avenue

Several weeks ago, The Central Ohio Transit Authority announced that they had big plans for expansion in 2011, which includes expanded service hours and bus frequency on existing lines, plus the possibility of new lines including a “hospital shuttle” circulating between various health centers, and the development of an improved rapid transit line along Cleveland […]

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Five Neighborhoods Getting New Security Cameras

Walker Evans Walker Evans

A new safety camera pilot project was announced today by Columbus City Councilmember Andrew Ginther, Columbus Division of Police officials, neighborhood leaders, and Mayor Michael B. Coleman. Over 40 safety cameras will be rolled out as early as next summer in areas including Weinland Park, The University District, The Hilltop, The King Lincoln District, the […]

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