The three abandoned homes off Long Street lack plumbing, electricity, heating and air conditioning. Their walls and ceilings are pocked with holes. The windows are gone, replaced with plywood. In other words, the houses are perfect for Melissa Vogley Woods. Woods founded “Rooms To Let,” which seeks deserted homes to convert to daylong art galleries.
Two personal events made Adam and Jen Share want to use their business to help fund research for ALS.
A funny thing happened on the way to Warren Bertner having a Japanese-style garden: He got there.
Clintonville couple Allison Collins and Justin Rooney have turned their front yard into Como Yarden, an area filled with edible plants of all sorts.
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Last week’s shootout near the intersection of North High Street and North Broadway that left a murder suspect and his girlfriend dead and two police officers injured is probably unprecedented in the history of Clintonville, says Mary Rodgers.
The Central Ohio Association of Catholic Educators will not back Carla Hale in her fight to return to her old job as a teacher at Bishop Watterson High School.
Canines and crowds don't mix, the members of the Clintonville Farmers' Market concluded.
The members of the Columbus Chamber Singers are stretched, but never stressed.
Bishop Watterson High School senior Caroline A. Nickerson is among the first group of winners in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Neighbors keeping an eye on an East Como Avenue home for the owner while she was in Scotland discovered the back door had been kicked in May 2.
The Whetstone High School track and field teams concluded the City League meet May 15 and have shifted their focus to the postseason.
Ryan Bibo, Mark Guza and Michael Guza of the Watterson High School boys tennis team won't be content with just getting back to the Division II district tournament.
The Whetstone High School softball team entered the week with its sights set on returning to the City League championship game.
The Watterson High School softball team held a ceremony honoring its eight senior starters before playing Ready in its CCL finale May 1.
With Les Miserables being The Beat's favorite piece of musical theater, you can bet we saw the film this past winter. We BeatBlogged about it a couple of times, but since this piece is about the touring production, we'll leave the movie be.
Q&A with singer-songwriter Chris Trapper and a video feature on his opening act, local musician Jared Mahone.
Joe and Tia Stropkai will open O’Nelly’s May 17 on South Old State Road.
Kevin and Lori Ames have opened their flagship restaurant in the former Hagen’s storefront.
Just another day for Laurie Berkner: play music, learn how to make spreadsheets, try on dresses ...
Marita King will talk the basics May 20 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.
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