Arch City

The Rising Price of Parking Downtown

New Downtown development has put a crunch on parking and, as demand is increasing, so are prices.

Glass Axis Joins the East Franklinton Arts District

Glass Axis, a nonprofit glass studio that called Grandview home for 15 years, joined other westward-bound creative organizations this fall when it opened up shop in a 12,000-square-foot warehouse on East Town Street.

What’s Coming to Grandview Yard

Granview Yard is only a quarter of the way finished, with several new establishments opening this fall and more slated for the next few years. Here’s what’s open now and what’s coming next.

An Italian Village Condo Where You’d Least Expect to Find One

A contemporary condo tucked away in an old Italian Village warehouse
More Arch City

Web Extra: Sherri Geldin on the Wexner Center’s Past, Present and Future

Wexner Center director Sherri Geldin shares some favorite memories in celebration of the Wexner Center for the Arts' 25th anniversary.

Timeline: The Wexner Center for the Arts @25

We sifted through nearly all of the arts events that have taken place at the Wex since 1989 and can confidently say this timeline offers just a hint.

The Rising Price of Parking Downtown

New Downtown development has put a crunch on parking and, as demand is increasing, so are prices.
City Quotient

City Quotient: What kinds of boats once sailed the Olentangy River?

I saw an old illustration, drawn around 1900, showing steamboats in the Olentangy River near Beechwold. What kind of boat traffic was in the river then, and why isn’t it used like that today?

City Quotient: Remember Tommy Henrich’s Steak House?

My favorite restaurant in the ’60s was Tommy Henrich’s Steak House. I believe Tommy was a baseball player. Do you have any history on this?

City Quotient: Who is Columbus’ most famous ghost?

In the spirit of the season, what (who?) is Columbus’ most famous ghost?