Everyone has the opportunity to document their lives in their own ways. On the eve of the release of her latest collection of work, I spoke with Columbus-based poet Maggie Smith. We discussed how she writes, how the publishing industry works, the inspirations for her work, and why she chooses to stay in Columbus.
Lance Johnson is a Bronx-born mixed-media artist who recently relocated to Columbus. He uses his work as a vehicle for urban development and a celebration of the diversity of the urban landscape. Lance will be live painting at BAM Thursdays on July 22 at the Columbus Museum of Art. We chatted with Lance about his […]
Office technology provider The Gordon Flesch Company was founded in Madison, Wisconsin in 1965 by Gordon Flesch, whose grandchildren are now at the helm. Mark Flesch’s father and two uncles were the second generation to run the company and are still involved. Today, he and his brother Patrick help oversee the business as COO and […]
You work hard for your money. But is your money and your financial institution working hard for you? As of 2019, there were 120.4 million credit union members in the U.S. So why should you join the movement and switch from a traditional bank to a credit union? Choose Your Checking. Credit unions operate in […]
Alicia Hann will be performing with CoMo Dance this summer in Columbus Recreation & Parks’ Summer Park Pop-Ups. CoMo’s Artistic and Executive Director Laura Puscas chatted with Alicia about developing new work and navigating the pandemic through dance. Laura: What was it like to continue dancing with CoMo during the pandemic?Alicia: I was grateful to […]
Just over a decade ago, Nationwide Realty Investors (NRI) announced plans for Grandview Yard, a 125-acre mixed-use development located just outside of downtown Columbus, in the first-ring suburb of Grandview Heights. NRI partnered with MKSK to develop the master plan for the new development. Three years after the initial announcement, the first phase of Grandview […]
Macy Conrad has a job that many her age consider crazy and exotic—something they often don’t expect when meeting her. The 25-year-old is a dairy farmer. After graduating from the College of Wooster, Conrad returned to carry on her family’s dairy farming tradition on their farm in New Holland, Ohio, which is about 45 minutes […]