The Arches are up for Old North Columbus
There you have it. There is a downside though, some old fuddy duddy is whining that there’s no “e” on the end of “old” in this Dispatch article:
“Olde was the spelling in the 1850s,” said preservation society member Seth Golding. “It’s more quaint — not just ‘old.’ “
This neighborhood ain’t quaint and residents and the businesses they support clearly and proudly demonstrate that. You can e-mail them to leave the arches alone (or if you love olde timey branding you can do the opposite).