Arch City

Pelotonia Grows, and So Does The James’ Reach

Pelotonia has profoundly affected Ohio State's ability to fund cancer research. Hospital leaders regard the money with gratitude and caution, knowing the spigot might not always flow so generously.

Local Matters Wants to Shake Up Your Workday Lunch

Local Matters takes its eat well, eat local message to Columbus workplaces.

Stately Former Bed and Breakfast Seeks New Owner

A grand Victorian in Dennison Place was once home to the area's first bed and breakfast.

Q&A with Columbus Museum of Art Docent Carol Wolfenbarger

On why she volunteers, her favorite piece in the museum and making her own art
More Arch City

Researchers Map City Residents’ Access to Food

Early this year, bulletin boards and windows around High Street were peppered with posters soliciting responses to a survey all about food—one component of a larger research project called “Mapping the Food Environment.”

Local Matters Wants to Shake Up Your Workday Lunch

Local Matters takes its eat well, eat local message to Columbus workplaces.

Stately Former Bed and Breakfast Seeks New Owner

A grand Victorian in Dennison Place was once home to the area's first bed and breakfast.
City Quotient

City Quotient: What is Columbus’ definitive local food?

Cincinnati makes a big deal out of goetta. What is the equivalent native food in Columbus?

City Quotient: What is the history behind the word 'Bronzeville'?

I’ve seen the King-Lincoln District referred to as “King Lincoln Bronzeville.” What is the history of the term “Bronzeville,” and what is its history in Columbus specifically?

City Quotient: I often smell something like vanilla cookies or cake when walking Downtown. Am I just hungry, or is that for real?

There’s a lot of history behind that nice aroma, and Downtown Columbus is where it all started.