An academic, world traveler and former full-time sailboat resident, Marita King has spent the last decade devoted to all things mushroom.
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It is often said "home is where the heart is" and that is certainly true for Actors' Theatre of Columbus.
Several central Ohio mayors and city managers participated in a May 9 press conference at Columbus City Hall to voice their opposition to a proposed bill that would create a uniform municipal tax code statewide.
Darlene Matthews and her crew will be hard to miss at the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure.
The members of the Columbus Chamber Singers are stretched, but never stressed.
Sam Gedert is just a regular dude with a bachelor pad and lots of stuff he doesn't need.
The retired founder of Cardinal Health wants to turn the U.S. Bank building in German Village into a 13,250-square-foot private residence, which would make it the second largest single-family house in the city of Columbus.
Coming off the success of last year's bicentennial theme, the Columbus Historical Society is broadening its annual tour to include stops that also highlight the city's present and future.
The fourth annual musical thank-you for the men and women of the armed services is scheduled for Thursday, May 16, in the Northland High School auditorium.
The retired founder of Cardinal Health wants to turn the U.S. Bank building in German Village into an 13,250-square-foot private residence.
Those who might be decorating or redecorating a home and looking for inspiration -- or who just can't get enough of the home improvements featured on Pinterest and HGTV -- will find plenty of ideas at 21 S. Parkview Ave. in Bexley. The $1.8-million home that sits on 1.4 acres at that address is the site of this year's Decorators' Show House.
The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department hopes to expand the reach of its summer lunch program to help serve more hungry kids throughout central Ohio.
Columbus Public Health calls them the big four: infant mortality, obesity, infectious diseases and access to public healthcare.
New Albany Symphony Orchestra officials say they want to reach out to the hearing-impaired community with a performance in April 2014 that will feature a light show and a deaf violist, 16-year-old Israelle Johnson.
Combining his skills as a youth pastor and professional athlete, Horace Henriot hopes the polo lessons he offers this spring will stick in central Ohio.
For more than 60 years, a group of Columbus-area men have sought to keep a piece of Americana alive through four-part, harmonized singing.
Memories, which will honor many late great performers spanning several generations, will kick off of the Village Singers' 12th season.
The Pint House, central Ohio's latest craft-beer emporium, opened April 25 in the Short North.
In 2004, Curtis Armstrong was stationed in an Army watch tower in Iraq when the structure was hit by a mortar explosion.
Rick Crooks' interest in art started innocently enough.
Dozens of people joined the ranks of amputees April 15 when first one and then another terrorist bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
The German Village Commission has been at it for 50 years.
Like thousands of other central Ohioans, Kim Simpson spends a good portion of her week caring for an aging loved one.
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