Dogs Get Groomed for Summer’s Dog Days

You think summer’s heat and humidity are draining—think how much worse it would be if every square inch of you was covered in fur. A summer grooming routine can bring relief to even the shaggiest of dogs.

4 Exotic Coffees to Taste at Columbus Cafes

To celebrate International Coffee Day, Sept. 29, we detail where to find four global coffees in your own backyard.

The Fantastic Fox Motif is Everywhere this Fall

This sly woodland creature is popping up on all sorts of items, from home decor to clothing. Here are a few ways to get in on the trend.

Scary Plants Take Over Franklin Park Conservatory

These plants poison, stab and even eat their own prey. They’re making their own little shop of horrors Sept. 27 to Nov. 9 at the conservatory.

A Private Tour of the Wexner Art Collection

Leslie and Abigail Wexner give Columbus Monthly a behind-the-scenes look at the art collection they’ve been building for decades, soon to be the subject of a major exhibition.

What to See and Do at the Ohio Renaissance Festival

We’ve packed the best of this year’s Ohio Renaissance Festival (Aug. 30 to Oct. 19) into a merry daytrip to the 16th century.