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Experience Columbus Blog

A Sci-Fi Cult Classic Put on Stage

This post is written by Tim Simeone, Visitor Information Specialist for Experience Columbus. You can follow Tim on Twitter @TimSimeone . It is always refreshing to see a theater company creating and adapting new works. Its what continues to make…

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Good for a Laugh: Comedy in Columbus

This post is written by Nick Dekker, blogger at BreakfastWithNick.wordpress.com and a founder and board member at Wild Goose Creative. You can follow Nick on Twitter @BreakfastwNick Columbus is good for a laugh. All over town, our comedy scene is…

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Food Fort: Making Mobile Food More Awesome in Columbus

This post is written by Sandi Combs, Marketing Coordinator for Experience Columbus. You can follow her on Twitter @Sandi_ExpCols. The food truck scene in Columbus has exploded over the last few years, with a plethora of diverse mobile food vendors…

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Pizzas Across Columbus, and a Chance to Taste them All

This post is written by Nick Dekker, blogger at breakfastwithnick.wordpress.com You can follow him on Twitter @BreakfastWNick. Did you know there’s such a thing as Columbus-style pizza? Everyone thinks that New York and Chicago have the corner on…

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Ohio History Center Refreshes Controversy Exhibit

Controversy 2: Pieces We Don't Talk About is a thought provoking new exhibit at the Ohio History Center in Columbus, OH. The exhibit features five challenging objects from Ohio Historical Society collections that focus on the nature of stereotypes…

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Go Green in Columbus this Earth Day!

This post is written by Tad Dritz, spokesman for Earth Day Columbus. On this bicentennial year, Columbus has much to be proud of and the city is getting ready to notch another biggest/best honor – Columbus has the highest volunteer turnout for Earth…

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The Oilerie: A New Way to Buy Olive Oil

If you're a foodie (and foodies from all over have been flocking to Columbus lately) you're always on the prowl for the finest ingredients. The Oilerie , on Grandview Avenue in Grandview Heights, has recently opened its doors and turned the city on…

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Glass Axis: A Hotspot for Meetings, Too

This post is written by Carol Allerding, Director of Events and Sponsorship for Experience Columbus. After being in the event industry for longer than I want to admit, I recently had the pleasure last week at the ISES member meeting of going to a…

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Clippers Baseball Starts April 5 -With a 200Columbus Deal!

The two-time AAA Championship-winning Columbus Clippers start their 2012 season against the Louisville Bats at 7:05 p.m. on April 5 at Huntington Park! In honor of Columbus' Bicentennial, the Clippers are offering a special package of tickets (2…

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