So here was my second problem: we live in a goofy 1940’s house with a mind of it’s own, and the kitchen cabinets kept falling off. 308 more words
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Enter the unassuming little venue just south of the Clintonville neighborhood and, through dusky lighting, you’ll see a layout that’s authentically rustic. There’s a modest bar, simple wooden tables, wooden barrels, posters extolling sustainable agriculture and the Ohio Paw Paw Festival and a stage for live music.Rest of The Story
The project replacing the former Olympic Swim Club in Clintonville has gotten its final zoning approval.
Columbus City Council on Monday unanimously approved the zoning for developer Kyle Katz’s plan for 114 apartments and 5,000 square feet of street-level retail, ending a year-long saga for the 3450 Indianola Ave. site.