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GCAC Presents: VSA Ohio at the intersection of art and disability

 Noelle Chun GCAC Presents: VSA Ohio at the intersection of art and disability

Since its founding in 1986, VSA Ohio has evolved to become a community that helps inspired artists connect with their passions. Bridging arts and disability, their programs and services focus on providing equal opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency—all hallmarks of the milestone Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legislation. In the past, VSA […]

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Yabo’s Tacos Sets Sights on University District, Short North and Beyond

Walker Evans Walker Evans Yabo’s Tacos Sets Sights on University District, Short North and Beyond

Yabo’s Tacos opened their first location in Westerville in mid-June, and the owners have already got their sights set on quick expansion. “The Westerville location is killer with lots of traffic and great demographics for our concept,” explained Scott Boles, Co-Owner and Operations Director at Yabo’s. “Our plan is to try to do seven locations […]


Westerville named as 15th Best Place to Live in US

Walker Evans Walker Evans

A new survey released by CNNMoney has ranked the top places to live all across the country and Westerville (the largest suburb of Columbus) was the top Ohio city, clocking in at number 15 on the charts. The city was noted for their historically preserved Uptown District, quiet streets with historic homes, quick commute to […]


Suburbs are getting Parking Garages and Gateways

Walker Evans Walker Evans

So, what sort of hot topics are the suburban mayors thinking about in 2009? A pair of Dispatch articles yesterday reveals two major items: new parking garages being built into denser projects, and new entry point gateways serving as new welcome signs for different areas. The article on parking decks reveal that Gahanna may be […]


Cyclists push for Westerville-Arena District Bikeway

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The Dispatch wrote Cyclists pedaling for new bike trail Friday, October 17, 2008 BY ANN FISHER We met at a Worthington crossroads. A light but steady rain had turned the early-morning darkness into a glittering collage of reflected headlights, brake lights, street lights, traffic lights and — just a few — blinking bicycle lights. Ours […]


Central Ohio to see six Starbucks closing


Business First of Columbus wrote Central Ohio getting double shot of Starbucks closings Friday, July 18, 2008 Starbucks, which runs 16,000 shops, said this month it would close around 600 underperforming U.S. locations over the next year, including two in Columbus. Friday’s announcement put four more local shops on the closing list: 601 N. High […]


Suburbs brace for impact during financial crunch

Walker Evans Walker Evans Suburbs brace for impact during financial crunch

The Dispatch wrote Suburbs brace for impact Wednesday, July 16, 2008 BY MARTIN ROZENMAN, DEAN NARCISO, JIM WOODS AND ALAYNA DEMARTINI When Columbus starts talking about a financial emergency, suburban officials cast nervous glances over their shoulders. “Everybody gets concerned when Columbus has a bad year, since they’ve lifted us up in past years,” said […]


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