Columbus' commitment to safety
The Columbus community has been able to safety reopen amidst the COVID-19 pandemic by ensuring proper health and safety protocols are in place, including a citywide mask mandate. Currently, a statewide curfew is in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. through Thursday, Dec. 10 to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The Franklin County stay-at-home advisory, in effect until Dec. 18, asks citizens not to leave their residences or travel outside of Ohio unless it is absolutely necessary. Learn more about the travel advisory and how you can help.
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Why Columbus is a Great LGBT Travel Destination

This post is written by Sandi Combs, Marketing Coordinator for Experience Columbus. You can follow Sandi on Twitter @Sandi_ExpCols . We're proud that Columbus was just nominated by TripOutTravel, LogoTV and Orbitz for best NewNowNext…

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Top Three Tuesday: Brunch Beverages

Brunch is pretty much the perfect way to start a lazy Sunday. Whether you’re an in-towner or visiting Columbus, you’ve got to take the time to slow down your pace and enjoy the simple things in life. While I’m not really a breakfast food guy, I love…

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Top Three Tuesday: Ice Cream in Columbus

This post is written by Jim Ellison. Jim is a respected food-blogger in Columbus, is the voice behind CMHGourmand.com , and editor/contributor for AltEatsColumbus.com , TacoTruckColumbus.com and StreetEatsColumbus.com . Follow Jim on Twitter…

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Photo of the Week: Staring Down the Conway Mastodon

This photo of the week comes from Danielle Kline via Flickr. The Ohio History Center catalogs Ohio’s history, from the Ice Ages to the 1970s. The Conway Mastodon, found just miles from downtown Columbus, is a centerpiece of the collection, and was…

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Top Three Tuesday: Mens Clothing Stores

This post is written by Melanie McIntyre, blogger at Thoroughly Modern Melly and editorial director of The Metropreneur . You can follow her on Twitter at @Mel_McIntyre . Women’s clothing stores in Columbus get a lot of press− and rightfully so. We…

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Photo Essay: Sew to Speak

Sew to Speak is a stitching-maven’s paradise, located in Columbus’ Clintonville neighborhood. The small shop beautifully merchandises hundreds of trendy and classic fabrics that are hard to find elsewhere. A hub of the city’s maker culture, Sew to…

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