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Mouton, a craft cocktail haven, is the perfect place for a pre- (or post-) dinner cocktail. The space is small and intimate, dim lit, and they serve charcuterie + cheese boards with fantastic drinks — what’s not to like?  43 more words


First night of Short North's HighBall festival to be an ’80s theme

Leg warmers, denim jackets and neon colors can come out of hiding.    They’re perfect attire for boogieing down at HighBall’s 1980s-themed party on Friday, the first night in a two-night Halloween extravaganza in the Short North

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Rose Bredl

Whether you are looking for flower arrangements, vases, pots for planting, or any other home garden related small goods, they can be found at the cute… 58 more words

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How to Attract Artists to a Down-and-Out Neighborhood

Early last week, for the American Futures series here at The Atlantic, I posted the first part of my look into the efforts in Columbus, Ohio, to resuscitate the city’s oldest and poorest neighborhood, Franklinton. 80 more words


An Innovation District would Boost Entrepreneurism in Columbus

The Short North, Franklinton or Downtown could one day be home to an “Innovation District” – a cluster of buildings offering office space, living quarters and complementary businesses that together local leaders hope would provide a boost to the city’s entrepreneurial culture.  13 more words


Sidewalks #1: the Short North and Haiku

“Sidewalks” is part of “Sketch in the City,” an ongoing series in Columbus Alive! featuring Columbus cartoonists in a six week run. This is the first of my six strips. 619 more words

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Everyday Misogynists (and the women that protect them)

What’s worse than sexist bros? The misogynist men in our community who pretend to align with feminists and the women that protect them.

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