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Columbus Makes Art Presents Michael Garrett Herring and Red Herring Theatre

Ruth Sternberg Ruth Sternberg Columbus Makes Art Presents Michael Garrett Herring and Red Herring Theatre

Michael Garrett Herring is founder and artistic director of Red Herring Productions, which produces shows at the Franklinton Playhouse, 566 W. Rich St. This is the second time that Herring, a Columbus native, has established a theater company in Columbus. The first was Red Herring Theater, which existed from 1993-2007. Herring resigned in 2001 and then moved to Chicago. While in Chicago he earned his master’s degree in nonprofit management and a […]

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How to Keep YOLO and FOMO from Ruining Your Budget

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis How to Keep YOLO and FOMO from Ruining Your Budget

Now more than ever, millennials are trying new things and engaging in different experiences to avoid FOMO, the fear of missing out. They embrace the mentality that you only live once (YOLO); but unfortunately, this mindset has come at a price. According to one study, nearly 40 percent of millennials have spent money they didn’t […]

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How Location Influences Coworking Spaces

Susan Post Susan Post How Location Influences Coworking Spaces

Location, location, location! It’s a saying we all know for a reason. It can make or break a business. When it comes to location in the realm of coworking there are two ways to think about it – owners selecting the right location for their venture, and members choosing a location and coworking space that […]

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Wishful Recycling Must be More Practical in the New Year

Hanna Greer-Brown Hanna Greer-Brown Wishful Recycling Must be More Practical in the New Year

Editor’s note: this article was written with the help of CU contributor Travis Irvine. Read more of his work here. As we propel into the new year, many people are aiming to make (and maybe even keep!) new year’s resolutions. While improving yourself or your career or your home life always seems like the first […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Artist Kathryn Seyerle Debuts Solo Exhibition at 934 Gallery

Liz Martin Liz Martin Columbus Makes Art Presents: Artist Kathryn Seyerle Debuts Solo Exhibition at 934 Gallery

Multidisciplinary artist Kathryn Seyerle is having her first solo show, Therefore I Am, in 934 Gallery’s February exhibition Where You Come From. Kathryn Seyerle grew up in Indiana and Kentucky and lived in the Pacific Northwest for almost seven years before moving to Columbus in April 2013. She received a BFA in book arts from […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Jewelry Artist Hannah Hoffman

Kim Nagorski Kim Nagorski Columbus Makes Art Presents Jewelry Artist Hannah Hoffman

Over 150 artists will be selling their handcrafted work at Ohio Designer Craftsmen’s 25th-annual Art Studio Clearance Sale. Several local artists will be on hand, including Columbus jewelry artist Hannah Hoffman, who has been participating in the sale for several years. We talked to Hannah about her art prior to the opening of the Clearance […]

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Why Hospitality Matters in Coworking

Susan Post Susan Post Why Hospitality Matters in Coworking

The collision of hospitality and coworking is evident as soon as a member walks in the door at Serendipity Labs. An experience coordinator occupies the front desk with a friendly greeting, an offer of coffee, and a professional first impression of the space, and the members that occupy it. At first it might not seem […]

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