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The Direction Brings State Pride to New Tanger Outlet Mall

Randi Walle Randi Walle The Direction Brings State Pride to New Tanger Outlet Mall

Few states have as much state pride as Ohio. And it’s not just football – Ohioans are very proud of where they came from. Most people consider the Midwest to be “flyover” states with very little appeal to them. That is, unless you are from the great state of Ohio, then pride oozes out of […]

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Clintonville Farmers Market Continues to Unite Neighborhood

Randi Walle Randi Walle Clintonville Farmers Market Continues to Unite Neighborhood

The Clintonville neighborhood has become well known as a family-friendly area over the past century of its existence. Originally farmland, the area developed as professors and students from the nearby Ohio State campus moved north into the area. By the 1950s, rolling green pastures had given way entirely to Bungalow, Colonial Revival, and Dutch Revival […]

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Columbus Commons Celebrates Fifth Birthday

Randi Walle Randi Walle Columbus Commons Celebrates Fifth Birthday

Any Columbus-native older than the age of six remembers City Center Mall in Downtown Columbus, located between High Street and Third Street, which officially closed its doors in March of 2009. While the mall was crowded during its peak occupancy in the mid-nineties, by the early 2000s the mall began to decline in popularity. The mall […]

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Explore Ohio: Mohican State Park

Randi Walle Randi Walle Explore Ohio: Mohican State Park

Although there are several great metro parks located in Central Ohio, sometimes it is necessary to travel outside of the city limits for a little adventure. Located 90 minutes northeast of Downtown, Mohican State Park is the perfect destination. With over 1,100 acres, the park is full of limitless adventure. Hiking trails, waterfalls, covered bridges […]

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Worthington Farmers Market Continues to Grow

Randi Walle Randi Walle Worthington Farmers Market Continues to Grow

Since its founding in the late 1980’s, the Worthington Farmers Market has been happily offering a variety of goods to its customers. While no one is quite sure how the market started, it is believed to have originated as a school project for a couple of OSU students who approached the city of Worthington with […]

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Review: CCAD 2016 Senior Fashion Show

Randi Walle Randi Walle Review: CCAD 2016 Senior Fashion Show

To most college students, Mid-May means one thing: Graduation. To Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) Fashion Design Majors, however, Mid-May also means the Senior Fashion Show. Held at the CCAD campus on May 13th, this year’s event kicked off with a VIP cocktail hour before the show, and was followed by a dance […]

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Update: Columbus Main Library to Reopen in June

Randi Walle Randi Walle Update: Columbus Main Library to Reopen in June

While it may not look like much now, come late June the Main Library will be fully functioning, happily serving the residents of Central Ohio once again. The 255,400 square-foot building has been under renovation since February of 2015, and has been entirely closed to the public since April 2015. Much progress has been made […]

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The 6th Annual Columbus Dessert Festival Returns!

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