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Greek Orthodox Annunciation Banquet Center
555 North High Street
Columbus, OH

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Wall Art of the Short North

Columbus, Ohio has a very vibrant (pun not intended) art community which you can easily view by walking along High Street in the Short North area.  52 more words

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Little Free Pantry in Weinland Park

We just added a Little Free Pantry in the Little Free Library and it was an immediate success!

We brought down some tuna, BBQ sauce, spaghettios, peanut butter, baked beans and some fresh eggs from our chickens. 33 more words

Day 10, Sweet Treats in the Short North

Our last full day in Columbus; the morning spent in conference halls and the afternoon spent up and down the Short North Arts District. It’s a great part of the city – the North Market has an impressive variety of foods and home goods on offer (we sampled a Monte Cristo sandwich and some delicious strawberry and vanilla donuts), and the rest of North High Street is packed with bars, shops, and restaurants catering to all corners of the globe, delivering on both substance and style. 83 more words

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Day 9, a Long and Busy One

Today is likely to stand as the busiest of the conference for me, and probably the busiest of the whole trip. It started at 08:30 with a handful of talks about the latest developments in this and that branch of microscopy, pausing briefly at 10:00 (when I grabbed breakfast), and then running straight through from 10:30 to 17:00. 192 more words

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Summer Shots and Spontaneity

Hey y’all! I’ll be honest, I am definitely lacking in the inspiration department. I’m not sure what’s going on, (it could be that PokemonGo is taking over my life) but I wanted to post something. 259 more words

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A love affair

Art piece by Michelle Y. Williams, a multi-media artist working out of Houston.

Visual art has an inherent value, according to Michelle Brandt. “You have to decide its worth – emotional, monetary, or purely aesthetic – what is it to you?” 201 more words