Arch City

Memorial Tournament Weather: Myth, Curse or Coincidence?

What does the data say about the supposed persistence of bad weather at the Memorial Tournament?

Where Are the Best Internships in Columbus?

Starting this year, the second Tuesday of April is designated Ohio Internship and Co-Op Appreciation Day. In honor of the event, we found some of the most exceptional opportunities for Central Ohio interns.

Meet the Olivia Popes of Columbus

Though their work doesn’t have the same Hollywood spin as Olivia Pope’s, Columbus has its share of PR professionals who specialize in crisis communications.
More Arch City

Memorial Tournament Weather: Myth, Curse or Coincidence?

What does the data say about the supposed persistence of bad weather at the Memorial Tournament?

Urban Beekeeping is Trending in Columbus

Membership to the Central Ohio Beekeepers Association has doubled over the past seven years and now totals about 600. “I think people are trying to go back to the old skills,” says Nina Bagley, one of a growing number of urban beekeepers in Columbus.

The Price of College in Central Ohio

Students go to college hoping their degrees will afford them higher-paying jobs. But how much will that degree cost you?
City Quotient

City Quotient: Was Neil Avenue Someone’s Driveway?

Is it true that Neil Avenue was once someone’s private driveway?

City Quotient: What’s Up with Curious Sign on High Street?

There’s a sign on High Street in the Old North neighborhood that reads “Redmen Sioux Tribe No. 128.” Is this a sign for an existing club? What is its history?

City Quotient: An Odd Sculpture on Herrick Drive

I often take John H. Herrick Drive across the Olentangy River to the Ohio State medical campus. On a strip of grass just south of Herrick and between the river and Cannon Drive is a sculpture on a rough concrete pedestal. It looks to be the form of a man. What is the story of this sculpture?