Late-Breaking St. Patrick’s Day Antics
I’ve always loved St. Patrick’s Day. Aside from it being a good reason to wear green and drink Guinness, it’s a reminder that spring is just around the corner.
Fish fries and Lenten promises
Lent is a time for new beginnings and reflection on the year that has past
Reporter’s Notebook: Discovering the Billy Ireland Museum
Ohio State University’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is the largest comic and cartoon art depository in the world.
Throwback blog: Woody Hayes in 1986
We are taking you back to 1986 as Columbus Monthly explores the changing opinions of Buckeye football coach Woody Hayes.
Ask the Editor: Why three cover images?
Readers have been asking why we chose three covers this month. Here's the reason.
Reporter’s Notebook: Exploring the city’s diverse shopping centers
On a cold January afternoon, I ventured out of the office to do some reporting for our March cover package. My assignment was straightforward—I was going to tell the story of Columbus’ culturally diverse shopping centers through the businesses that operate in them.
Interview outtakes: Gino Padula, featured on our March cover
Additional highlights from my conversations with Gino Padula, who grew up in Argentina, played professional soccer across Europe and in the U.S. and now runs a soccer academy for kids on the northeast side of town.
Property: A stately mansion in Dublin
There are homes that are so grandiose, so alluring or just so unbelievably big that passersby can’t help but gape and wonder, “I wonder what that place looks like inside.” The red-brick mansion at 6045 Saint Boswell Court in Dublin is one of those homes.
New Columbus Monthly Website
Welcome to the newly redesigned ColumbusMonthly.com
Sushi Spot Rolling into Downtown
The owners of Moshi Sushi in Bexley, father-son duo Song and David Kim, hope to open a new sushi concept this month.