Arch City

For Sale: Modern Buggyworks Loft with Nods to History

A modern condo tells the story of its industrial past.

Q&A with Nick Soulas, Head chef of Columbus Greek Festival

Nick Soulas, head chef of Columbus Greek Festival (who by day is a a Franklin County prosecutor), discusses festival memories, traditional recipes

How to Play Championship Bagpipes in Scotland—When You’re From Columbus

Capital City Pipes and Drums and Highland Dancers travel across the pond to compete in the World Pipe Band Championships.

For Sale: An English Country-Style House in Granville

A century-old house whose history is intertwined with Denison University
More Arch City

Wexner Center Will Screen Documentary About Police Shootings in Cincinnati

A documentary about the killings of black men by white police officers in Cincinnati screens at the Wexner Center. What can be made of the film’s questions and lessons?

New Columbus Nonprofit Supports Same-Sex Parents and Families

A new nonprofit organization will provide LGBT families with education and resources.

Columbus’ Former Shoe Factories Are Being Renovated, Reused

Did you know Columbus was once the footwear capital of America?
City Quotient

City Quotient: Where Do All The Franklin Park Conservatory Butterflies Go?

What happens to all the butterflies that are released inside the Franklin Park Conservatory each summer for the Blooms and Butterflies show?

City Quotient: How Does the Franklinton Floodwall Work?

If the Scioto River ever overflowed as catastrophically as it did in 1913, the new floodwall would protect Franklinton. But how are the gates closed, and whose job is it to close them?

City Quotient: Who Was Mershon of Mershon Auditorium Fame?

Who was Mershon of the Mershon Auditorium and Mershon Center for International Security Studies? And how did his name wind up on such seemingly disparate buildings?