A 45-unit apartment project going up in east Franklinton is getting a boost from the city. Legislation before Columbus City Council Monday would authorize the Department of Development to provide a $135,730 grant for ongoing design and engineering...
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As the newest Honda Accord rolls off the assembly line, new jobs are rolling in. Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. Monday began production of the 10th-generation sedan at its Marysville auto plan, which has been home to the car since November 1982....
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The North Market announced the addition of a new merchant planned for early November. Coco Cat, a family owned chocolate purveyor, will occupy the space next to Stauf’s Coffee Roasters and across from Market & Boar. “Coco Cat is embodiment of North...
Yesterday
This weekend, Columbus celebrated the 10th and final year of the Independents’ Day festival. Festivities included local and national music acts, more than a dozen food vendors, and showcases of local art. Adam Brouillette, festival co-founder, hinted at...
Yesterday
Friendship, ghost hunting and a hacked webcam bring local artists together for a supernatural web series. To make that happen, Michelle Hanson found herself becoming a filmmaker. “I’m more of a writer and a novelist than a filmmaker,” she says. “The...
Yesterday
If you're a DirecTV or AT&T U-verse subscriber and have been trying to get to the bottom of what's going on on The Young and the Restless during the past 12 days, you've been out of luck. The Dispatch Broadcast Group pulled permission for the satellite...
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In an increasingly tight Central Ohio real estate market, the 23 companies listed in our new list of the region's largest homebuilders closed on $798.36 million in new homes in 2016. They started 2,332 homes and delivered 2,247. Is there pressure on...
Yesterday
Dine Originals Week is fast approaching! Hear from the organization’s executive Director about the deals you can take advantage of while enjoying Columbus’s finest independent restaurants and learn about the pitfalls of public relations in Columbus. As a...
9/17/2017
After 10 years in business, Black Creek Bistro has served its last meal. The Olde Towne East restaurant closed its doors after dinner service last night, and will not re-open. Black Creek was opened at 51 Parsons Avenue by Kent Peters in 2007 and quickly...
9/16/2017
Until recent day, and in some places still, members of the LGBTQ+ community have long dealt with hate, prejudice and discrimination. Looking through an intersectional lens, it’s safe to say that the struggles that cis, white individuals within the...
9/15/2017
Two current heavy-weights of the modern alt-music world popped in to Express Live! on an unpleasantly wet Tuesday evening for a night of good old fashioned heart-pounding guitar rock. Royal Blood’s second album “How Did We Get So Dark?” went to number...
9/15/2017
The Ohio State University announced this afternoon that the college has broken enrollment records this fall with 66,444 students taking classes. That number includes a record-high body of 59,837 students at OSU’s main campus in Columbus. In recent years,...
9/15/2017
It’s the perfect weekend for the 10th and final Independents’ Day Festival! Who’s with us? Music, art, community, and good times ahead. The Columbus Foundation is working to capture The Spirit of Columbus through images that showcase the determination,...
9/15/2017