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4 Ways to Utilize Coworking Spaces

Susan Post Susan Post 4 Ways to Utilize Coworking Spaces

Coworking spaces are opening up a world of possibilities for the way businesses large and small work. Whether the need is meeting space once a month or a destination to work every day, flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to coworking. The rise in popularity of these community-driven workspaces is also […]

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Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 4 Reasons to Shop Small This Season

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Bigger Isn’t Always Better: 4 Reasons to Shop Small This Season

It’s the local corner coffee shop, the trendy boutique in the middle of town, or the homemade soap shop down the street. Small businesses like these are the pillar of our country, and their impact on our economy is undeniable. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), there are 28 million small businesses operating in […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Ian Short as Alan Turing

Sarah Bacha Sarah Bacha Columbus Makes Art Presents Ian Short as Alan Turing

Beginning Oct. 24 through Nov. 11, Ian Short will portray Alan Turing, computer science pioneer and WW II code breaker, in CATCO and Evolution Theatre Company’s co-production of Breaking the Code. He recently shared his thoughts about working as an artist in central Ohio and tackling his recent role portraying the multifaceted and misunderstood genius. […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: HighBall Halloween Performers Amber Knicole & Isis Yasmeen on Columbus, Artistic Inspiration & 90s Divas

Michelle Gibson Michelle Gibson Columbus Makes Art Presents: HighBall Halloween Performers Amber Knicole & Isis Yasmeen on Columbus, Artistic Inspiration & 90s Divas

On Friday, Oct. 26, HighBall Halloween celebrates costumes and creativity for HB: On The Rocks as local bands pay tribute to 90s music and style icons and the decade they defined. Amber Knicole will present Divas of the 90s, a mixed set of originals and covers, featuring Jenny Flory, Isis Yasmeen, Zhané Dawlingz and Rachel Maxann, along with local favorites Souther and headliner […]

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Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in the Brewery District

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Know Your Neighborhood: Things to Do in the Brewery District

The Brewery District neighborhood, just south of Downtown and parallel to German Village, earned its name well before the establishment of the modern businesses we know of today. The district’s first brewery, City Brewery, opened in 1836. By the late 1850s to early 1860s, there were five breweries located in the area inhabited by mostly working-class families. […]

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Flexibility Attracting Business of All Shapes & Sizes to Coworking

Susan Post Susan Post Flexibility Attracting Business of All Shapes & Sizes to Coworking

Five years ago, Columbusites would have struggled to find even a handful of coworking spaces in the city. Now, there’s over 25 to choose from, representing small, single-location operations, to locally-owned franchises, to national chains. Coworking spaces bring a spectrum of workers from different businesses together to a communal office where they can choose a […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Hartley Lin Comes to Cartoon Crossroads

Tom Spurgeon Tom Spurgeon Columbus Makes Art Presents: Hartley Lin Comes to Cartoon Crossroads

Under the pseudonym Ethan Rilly, Montreal-based cartoonist Hartley Lin debuted the series Pope Hats in 2009. Its main serial was about two young women, Frances and Vickie, and how they maintain their friendship amid the chaos of early adulthood. Fast forward to 2018. The pseudonym has been dropped and that serial story from Pope Hats […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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