A group of dedicated booze enthusiasts recently launched DrinkUpColumbus.com, a new online resource that covers everything related to potent potables. New content is being posted up regularly, and includes bar reviews, home brewing tips, event write-ups and more.
The Columbus Department of Public Service launched a new online resource for bicyclists that includes information on the rules of the road, the 2010 Bike Map, the Bicentennial Bikeways Master Plan, and several videos and links to other resources. The website can be found at publicservice.columbus.gov/bike/.
Yesterday, the Greater Columbus Arts Council relaunched ColumbusArts.com, on online directory for the local arts community. The site allows local artists and arts organizations to create profiles and online portfolios to share their work. It also allows arts patrons to connect with local artists and other arts enthusiasts. A new event calendar system also allows […]
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If you’re a regular reader of Columbus Underground, then you’ve probably noticed some of the same folks contributing great unique local content on a reoccurring basis. Well, now it’s time to find out a little bit more about who these people are, what motivates them, and what else they do in this city. So we […]
One of the most remarkable changes in Columbus, as well as in the country more generally, in the past decade has been the growth in interest in food and food-related issues. This interest has led to a focus on the improvement of all levels of the American food system — improving access to good, clean, […]
I’m thrilled to announce another online project that I’m a part of called OurUA – it is a web community for our physical community. The citizens of Upper Arlington have struggled over recent years to find a way to engage each other in meaningful and productive conversations about our community and our dreams, our struggles […]