The Columbus Historical Society recently launched a new event series called the Historical Dinner Club, showcasing beloved restaurants of Columbus’s past that are still fondly remembered today. For this introductory event, Alana’s Food & Wine reimagined the menu of The Kahiki, which closed its doors in 2000.
Ice Wine? Fried Kool-Aid? Krispy Kreme Burgers? The 2011 Ohio State Fair introduces an extraordinary assortment of food and drinks for its guests to enjoy. For the first time in over a century, the Fair will now permit adult beverages at its Taste of Ohio Cafe as well as during evening concerts. Over a dozen [...]
As summer festival season continues, here’s a sampling of what’s going on around Central Columbus through the rest of July.
Where to go for fireworks and festivities this Fourth of July weekend.
This single-screen theater has been a landmark in the community for over 70 years. Through multiple names and owners, Studio 35 has thoroughly ingrained itself in the hearts of movie goers and those that call Clintonville home.
I had never been to the Columbus Arts festival before, and I had a great time just wandering and enjoying the sights and smells. One artist that caught my attention right away was Bill Secunda of Butler, PA. It’s hard to miss his display of giant animals made entirely of nails.