Bungalow Home and Garden opened a year ago in the Short North (originally known as “Inside”) and they’re already expanding. Store owners Julie Butler and Paige Langdale are opening a second location this month in Powell, with a location in New Albany following in December. We recently spoke with Paige to find out more about […]
The Columbus Zoo finished tallying up their attendance sheets yesterday and it sounds like 2010 was another record turnout. A grand total of 2,374,125 guests visited over the past year. The much anticipated Polar Frontier exhibit opened this past May and provided many with a new reason to visit throughout the year.
The news broke about two months ago that Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams would be heading next to Beechwold. That news was later updated to include an expansion in Powell as well, marking the openings of their sixth and seventh stores in Central Ohio. We recently sat down with founder Jeni Britton Bauer to find out […]
With a significant cut in our income, certain luxuries have had to take a back seat and we’ve had to tighten our belts, both literally and figuratively. What this means is that eating out has become a rarity. But we’re always on the lookout for recession specials – deals that are way too good to […]
Now that we’re (slowly) climbing our way out of this recession, real estate markets are recovering and the need to buy or sell furniture has increased. But whether people are downsizing, upsizing, relocating, or redecorating, cost consciousness still prevails. Powell resident Michelle Renda decided to capitalize on the situation. She left her corporate job of […]
According to their monthly email newsletter, Maca Cafe in Powell will be closing on Saturday, Decemeber 19th at 9pm. This tapas cafe was opened in 2007 by Norman and Susan Carmichael, who cited economic hardships as their main reason for closing. Fans of Maca still have three weeks to stop in for a last meal. […]
In this sluggish economic climate, where jobs are few and far between, one local woman has taken fate into her own hands, founding a business that combines her love of design with a passion for handcrafted goods. Like many men and women across Ohio, Kate Bunge, a graphic designer, was laid off several months ago. […]