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Local Wood Shop Creates Handmade Items Out of Fallen Trees

Randi Walle Randi Walle Local Wood Shop Creates Handmade Items Out of Fallen Trees

Fallen Tree Woodshop, a family owned and operated small business, has been producing and selling handmade wood pieces for three years. What started out as a lifelong hobby for owner Pat Dolan has turned into a small business that creates items that can be found all over Central Ohio. Dolan grew up working with his […]

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Explore Ohio: Amish Country

Randi Walle Randi Walle Explore Ohio: Amish Country

Driving through the winding, hilly roads of Amish Country, it is immediately clear you are no longer in the fast-paced city. Farm animals that us city-dwellers rarely get to see in person inhabit almost every pasture. Crops and plants fill the fields. Clean laundry hangs on clothes lines. Horses and buggies traverse the roads. A […]

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Big Fun Celebrates 5th Anniversary in the Short North

Randi Walle Randi Walle Big Fun Celebrates 5th Anniversary in the Short North

In May, Big Fun will celebrate five years in the Short North. Located at 672 N. High St., the toy shop carries a variety of comics, toys, and novelties. Owner Jason Williams has been a comic collector his whole life, and has been in the business for over ten years. Prior to opening Big Fun […]

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Behind the Scenes of Cirque Du Soleil’s Corteo

Randi Walle Randi Walle Behind the Scenes of Cirque Du Soleil’s Corteo

The entertainment company Cirque Du Soleil has been traveling the world and wowing audiences with their acrobatics, juggling, dancing, and stunts for decades. The troupe originally formed in the early 1980s in Canada as a group of 20 street performers. Their fire breathing, juggling, and dancing drew audiences, and in the late 1980s the troupe […]

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Travel: Exploring the San Antonio Missions

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Exploring the San Antonio Missions

Missions in East Texas were established as early as the 15th Century by religious Spaniards. Friars formed communities in order to convert the local Native Americans to Catholicism and to make them into Spanish citizens. The religious leaders would train the Native Americans in vocational skills and teach them the Catholic faith, with the intent […]

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Artists Weave Lived Experience with Design at CCAD Senior Fashion Show Preview

Randi Walle Randi Walle Artists Weave Lived Experience with Design at CCAD Senior Fashion Show Preview

Columbus ranks high in the fashion industry — number three in the country in fact — and the fashion students coming out of Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD) play a huge part in that. Every spring, seniors in CCAD’s fashion program design and create pieces to be displayed at their Senior Fashion Show. […]

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Shop Talk: Be a Part of the Design Process with Branch Line Leather Co.

Randi Walle Randi Walle Shop Talk: Be a Part of the Design Process with Branch Line Leather Co.

Elaine Coifman has been working in the leather industry for over 25 years. In November, she opened a showroom in Worthington. Located at 571 N. High St., the showroom offers customers the opportunity to see completed bags and small giftable items. In the showroom, customers can also handpick each element of their own custom leather […]

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