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Travel stories of Columbus

Author: Matthew Adair

A native of Columbus, Matthew Adair is in the graduate program for urban planning at Ohio State and participates in community events in Weinland Park, his neighborhood of five years. He enjoys cycling for transportation and taking walks through historic neighborhoods with his boyfriend. You might find him at one of Columbus’ many third wave coffee shops, but particularly Impero for the music and staff. Matthew enjoys road-tripping, camping, and being outdoors. He is a staunch advocate for active transportation and often dreams of Columbus’ extensive streetcar network of yesteryear. Some of Matthew’s favorite spots are the Glen Echo ravine and Frank Fetch Park—and occasionally Union Cafe for their legendary Long Island Thursday.

Best Columbus Brunches

February 13, 2017 by Matthew Adair

It’s not quite time for patio brunch yet, but it’s always time for brunch. From old-school diners to limited seasonal menu restaurants, Columbus offers a range of top-notch brunches for visitors and residents alike. Let’s take a look at a few of the… Continue Reading >>
At 223 square miles, Columbus has hundreds of neighborhoods—depending on your definition of the term. According to the Kirwan Institute’s map of Columbus neighborhoods, the city is home to 145 distinct communities. The city is also home to a large… Continue Reading >>
Trying to catch a deal on drinks and appetizers at a Short North Arts District restaurant? Happy hours are your best bet during the week, and there are over 30 to choose from! For a glorious yet brief early evening period, food and drink specials… Continue Reading >>
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