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More Changes Coming to Parsons Avenue

Brent Warren Brent Warren More Changes Coming to Parsons Avenue

Work will continue through the fall on the latest round of streetscape improvements for Parsons Avenue. The scope of the project runs from Livingston Avenue to Hosack Street, and includes a resurfacing of the street and reconfigured travel lanes. “The Department of Public Service believes that this project will improve the traffic flow in this […]

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GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

The Greater Columbus Arts Council (Arts Council) is hosting three public forums to provide the Columbus community an opportunity to learn more about the ticket fee to fund Columbus arts and culture organizations and events, artists and entertainment venues such as Nationwide Arena. The Arts Council will discuss why and how the ticket fee was […]

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The Space Yoga Studio Fills in Last Spot at East Public

Susan Post Susan Post The Space Yoga Studio Fills in Last Spot at East Public

Parsons Avenue development East Public has found its final tenant. The Space yoga studio will join plant-centric restaurant Comune, Parsons North Brewing and office tenants Compton Construction and Sidecar Creative, in a block of adaptive re-use buildings bringing a crop of new businesses to the South Side. The Space puts Josie Schweitzer back at the […]

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GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

The Greater Columbus Arts Council (Arts Council) is hosting three public forums to provide the Columbus community an opportunity to learn more about the ticket fee to fund Columbus arts and culture organizations and events, artists and entertainment venues such as Nationwide Arena. The Arts Council will discuss why and how the ticket fee was […]

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GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill GCAC’s Three Public Forums to Discuss Proposed Ticket Fee with the Community

The Greater Columbus Arts Council (Arts Council) is hosting three public forums to provide the Columbus community an opportunity to learn more about the ticket fee to fund Columbus arts and culture organizations and events, artists and entertainment venues such as Nationwide Arena. The Arts Council will discuss why and how the ticket fee was […]

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Home Brewing Operation Goes Full Scale at Parsons North Brewing Co.

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Home Brewing Operation Goes Full Scale at Parsons North Brewing Co.

It started with a sixth barrel brewing system in a basement and a testing process executed through biannual, backyard, “drink my beer” parties. Seth Draeger, co-owner of Parsons North Brewing Company and 15-year South Side resident, has been home brewing for years, and it’s never been a casual hobby. Before his old high school classmate […]

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Unicorn Comedy Hour(ish)

Anne Evans Anne Evans Unicorn Comedy Hour(ish)

Join us at the HQ for the April installment of Unicorn Comedy Hour(ish) hosted by the one-and-only Matt Kopache! Features: Walta Yoseph Chris Fenner Evelyn Troutman Headliner: Erik Tait Erik Tait has won awards for both standup comedy and magic throughout North America. He graduated with honors from the prestigious Humber College Comedy Writing and […]

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