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Katie Barron, a recent graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design, has been selected to create the artwork for an illustrated map of the neighborhood in which she grew up.
Record Store Day
Buying a record was a rite of passage for boys and girls of several generations, whether it was Elvis Presley's jaunty King Creole or Ozzy Osbourne's supersonic Diary of a Madman.
In the Clintonville Area Commission's 4-3 rejection April 2 of variances sought by Verizon Wireless to build a tower on a building at High Street and North Broadway, CAC members D Searcy, Jason Meek, Dana Bagwell and David Vottero voted against the request; Libby Wetherholt, Nancy Kuhel and Randy Ketcham voted for the request; and Daniel Miller and Kristopher Keller abstained.
The 57th Buckeye Model Trains and Railroad Artifacts Show and Sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 at the Ohio Expo Center, Lausche Building, 17th Avenue and Interstate 71. Items to be featured include model railroad components, railroad china, lanterns and keys. Admission is $7, free for children under age 12.
Televisions worth a combined $3,800 and a $750 camera were stolen in a burglary on Zeller Road that was reported at 12:01 a.m. April 11.
Local rock band FBnCC will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 93 W. Weisheimer Road in Clintonville, behind Panera Bread.
The Immaculate Conception Home and School Association will host its food trucks event from 4:30 to 7 p.m., Sunday, April 19, in the school parking lot, 366 N. Broadway in Clintonville.
Columbus City Councilwoman Michelle Mills announced last week she is working on a pilot program to better inform residents when property near them is the subject of rezoning or variance requests.
The 18th annual edition of the Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce Student Citizen Breakfast is set for Friday, April 17.
A 115-unit apartment building with commercial space for a single ground-floor restaurant is now being proposed for the site of the former Olympic Swim Club on Indianola Avenue.
The third Mozart's and Columbus Folk Music Society's co-sponsored concert will run from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 14 at Mozart's Bakery and Piano Cafe, 4784 N. High St., Clintonville.
Six candidates running in the three Clintonville Area Commission districts up for election in May were certified at the April 2 monthly meeting and each gave brief remarks about their reasons for seeking the posts.
What a development attorney called "an important corner in Clintonville" is being eyed for a five-story multiuse development with 18,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space on the ground level, parking on the second floor and 60 units of apartments above that.
A $4,000 diamond ring and $1,500 in cash were among the items reported stolen at 5 p.m. April 4 from a vehicle parked in the 3900 block of North High Street.
Civitan Club of North Columbus, showing of the Sundance Film Festival award-winning documentary Alive Inside, noon April 11, at Studio 35, 3055 Indianola Ave. The movie shows how the power of music has given hope to those affected with Alzheimer's and their families. Tickets are $6.50 and will be sold starting at 11 a.m. There will be door prizes and a raffle. Proceeds from ticket sales will be used to support local charities and organizations such as the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center, the Ohio Special Olympics, the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio and others.
By a narrow margin, Clintonville Area Commission members last week voted against granting variances that would have allowed a concealed cellular antenna atop an office building at the intersection of North High Street and North Broadway.