Posts tagged Columbus
1:05 pm - Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014
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Perhaps even more notable is that, based on the past five years’ data, Columbus ranks seventh among the top 50 metro economies in the United States.

12:32 pm - Thursday, Sep 11, 2014
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12:30 pm - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2014

If you’ve spent more than a few minutes reading Yelp reviews of Columbus businesses, chances are you’ve seen at least one written by Paul F., a gray-haired standout in a forum overrun by 20-somethings.

11:51 am - Tuesday, Sep 9, 2014
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There’s a cost beyond inconvenience, too: To help pay off debt tied to construction, campus housing fees are rising an average of 4.2 percent this school year, university records show. 

11:52 am - Friday, Aug 22, 2014
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4:51 pm - Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014

In case you’re interested in buying a Downtown building…

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Construction on the headquarters for Orange Barrel Media — the company responsible for some of Downtown Columbus’ most outrageous billboards — is moving along smoothly.

The $6 million headquarters on Hartford Avenue in Franklinton will feature a 120-foot-tall triangular tower that will display two large billboard-style signs — or murals, in the company’s parlance.

Top photo courtesy of Orange Barrel Media, bottom photo by Dispatch photographer Jenna Watson

8:00 am - Tuesday, Aug 19, 2014
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Contemporary art, often  experimental by nature, sometimes fails.
As a 25-year experiment in presenting avant-garde works, however, the Wexner Center for the Arts — nearing its quarter-century anniversary — has mastered the art of success.
Read on at Dispatch.com to see how it came to see that success, and what it plans to do next.
Photo by Dispatch photographer Eric Albrecht

Contemporary art, often  experimental by nature, sometimes fails.

As a 25-year experiment in presenting avant-garde works, however, the Wexner Center for the Arts — nearing its quarter-century anniversary — has mastered the art of success.

Read on at Dispatch.com to see how it came to see that success, and what it plans to do next.

Photo by Dispatch photographer Eric Albrecht

6:00 pm - Monday, Aug 18, 2014
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Two local startups, Alma Mater Wear and Luconic, are positioned to cash in on back-to-school shopping as they enter the apparel market.
Photo, courtesy of Alma Mater Wear: Alma Mater Wear’s vintage-looking Ohio State sweaters go for $80 to $100 at local retailers, including Macy’s and Buckeye Corner. Luconic, meanwhile, is looking to feed millennials’ never-ending hunger for fun T-shirts.

Two local startups, Alma Mater Wear and Luconic, are positioned to cash in on back-to-school shopping as they enter the apparel market.

Photo, courtesy of Alma Mater Wear: Alma Mater Wear’s vintage-looking Ohio State sweaters go for $80 to $100 at local retailers, including Macy’s and Buckeye Corner. Luconic, meanwhile, is looking to feed millennials’ never-ending hunger for fun T-shirts.

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