Features

The Cult(ure) of Health in New Albany

New Albany is the kind of place where people don’t just talk about grand ideas. They make them happen. Like a well-oiled machine operating in seamless unity, residents and community leaders are pursuing their next mission: to become the healthiest town in America.
From the Editor

Letter from the Editor: Why Columbus Should Stop Looking Elsewhere for Validation

Ding! At 10:16 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12, exactly 26 minutes after The New York Times first published the news that the 2016 Democratic National Convention would be held in Philadelphia, a message from Experience Columbus arrived.
From the Magazine

Great Columbus Sandwiches

From the good-old-fashioned to the oh-no-they-didn’t, we found the best things Columbus has to offer between sliced bread. Let’s hear it for the sandwich.

New Crew: Guide to the 2015 Season

In late 2014, we said goodbye to The Crew and welcomed a new era of soccer in Columbus. Enter Columbus Crew SC. With Coach Gregg Berhalter in his second year and with promising additions—including a very welcome familiar face—2015 could be one of Crew SC’s most exciting seasons yet.

Wil Haygood, A Writer’s Writer

Journalism has taken Wil Haygood thousands of miles and worlds away from his upbringing in Weinland Park and the King-Lincoln District. He struck literary and cinematic gold in 2013 with the making of his Washington Post story about Eugene Allen into a Hollywood hit. Here, the tables are turned and he’s the subject of the story.

Alligator, Duck and Salmon: Fancy, Meaty Fillings

Five sandwiches that’ll satisfy carnivorous cravings

Big, Bigger, Biggest: A Sandwich for All Appetites

Whether you’re starving or just want a good snack, these sandwiches will leave you full and satisfied.

Five Fantastic Ethnic Sandwiches

Call it what you want, a sandwich is a pretty universal creation. Here are five international iterations of the American staple.
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Downtown's Rebirth

Columbus Monthly Downtown Spotlight