The vibrant jazz ensemble from New York will play two shows in Columbus at The Refectory and Dick's Den on April 7.
Upon hearing the opening notes of “Mahogany Hall Stomp”, the lead track from Sammy Miller and the Congregation’s EP Say, Say, Say, I smiled wryly. When the band wrote to me last month and asked me to preview their back-to-back shows at The Refectory and Dick’s Den on April 7th, they described themselves as purveyors of […]
Burger restaurants are one of the most recognizable and important cornerstones of any successful food town. Indeed, there seems to be more places to get a burger than just about any other type of eatery, so when Bareburgers decided to expand outside of their own very successful market to open a location in Columbus, the […]
In a city where college football is still king, it’s safe to refer to just about everything else as an “alternative sport”. Roller derby, Australian Football, and even professional Futbol fall into that category along side Aidan Seufert’s favorite pastime of unsanctioned fixed-gear bike racing. Seufert is a local racer who has been training rigorously over the past several months […]
A great Columbus travel article appeared in yesterday’s edition of The Buffalo News, based in Buffalo, New York. The local attractions highlighted for visitors includes the Ohio State University campus, The Wexner Center, Pattycake Bakery, Wholly Craft, The Blue Danube, Northstar Cafe, the Franklin Park Conservatory, the Thurber House, the North Market, Basi Italia, Katzinger’s, […]
The Dispatch wrote Online strip chronicles move Tuesday, November 18, 2008 BY KEVIN JOY Rich Watson felt like a city mouse, nesting in a shoe-box-sized apartment, scraping together a living with a series of 9-to-5 jobs and hustling to survive the New York rat race. Until he’d had enough. “People talk about New York in […]