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Top 20 Columbus Underground Articles of 2015

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5. Opinion: Anyone Who Believes In Open and Free Markets Should Oppose Issue 3

The most popular opinion piece published on Columbus Underground in 2015 came from Athens-based lawyer Don Wirtshafter who argued in opposition of Ohio Issue 3, which would have legalized marijuana through a constitutional amendment monopoly. Published just a week before Election Day, the topic was of high interest to readers and voters. [Read More]

4. Rigsby’s Kitchen Closes After 29 Years in Business

Columbus Underground has the unfortunate job of breaking the news on November 8th that Rigsby’s Kitchen had officially closed its doors in the Short North on the night before. The restaurant was one of the most celebrated fine dining experiences over the past 30 years and will be sorely missed. [Read More]

3. New Outlet Mall will Break Ground This Month

Can’t get enough of that outlet mall! Columbus Underground readers flocked to view new renderings and visuals of the Tanger Outlets upon their release on June 10th. The mall won’t open until sometime in 2016, but we’ll be sure to provide a couple of more updates along the way. [Read More]

2. April Fools Day: John Travolta Relocating to Columbus

Our April Fools Day stories are always very well read (and mostly enjoyed, although some people get upset about being pranked) and the biggest one this year was our joke that John Travolta was moving permanently to Columbus after falling in love with the city during a movie shoot. Of course, it’s all a joke. But a lot of people wanted it to be true. [Read More]

1. School Issues: The PARCC Revolt of 2015

The number one most-read Columbus Underground article of 2015 was a piece penned by Miriam Bowers Abbott on the topic of the new PARCC standardized tests, which were deployed for the first time in Ohio schools this year. The topic was a hot button issue, as many kids struggled with the tests, some families opted their children out of taking them, and ultimately, the State of Ohio discontinued their use. [Read More]

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