John O’Meara and the call of Everest

At 60 years old, the former Metro Parks director is taking a “fun” trip back to the world’s largest proving ground.
From the Editor

Letter from the Editor: Walking Up Everest

I’m a big John O’Meara fan. In my years as journalist, John was always very accommodating, always friendly, always really interesting. He’s humble and gracious, even though he has much to be proud of as one of Metro Parks’ most successful directors. Before his retirement in 2014, he more than doubled the size of Metro Parks during 16 years at the helm, adding a bunch of cool sites for Central Ohioans like me to enjoy. And I do.
From the Magazine

The inside story of Circleville femme fatale Tara Lambert

Tara Lambert had looks to kill—and that’s exactly what she planned to do.

Confessions of a Clippers hot dog

Corin Gillens is one of Huntington Park’s biggest stars—even though he doesn’t play baseball and his fans don’t even know his name. For the past four years, Gillens has been one of the Clippers employees who race around Huntington Park in oversized hot-dog costumes—the highlight of Clippers games for plenty of youngsters (and quite a few adults, as well).

The boys of summer

Here’s our guide to the 2016 Columbus Clippers season, as well as a look at what makes Columbus baseball special: the great legacy, the unique traditions and the cheap chow.

Living in Harmony: David Brown is bringing about change through song

At the center of the Harmony Project, a citywide initiative that combines music-making and volunteer service, is David Brown.
Special Advertising Sections

Faces of Columbus 2016

A Special Advertising Section highlighting real estate, home design and finance.

2015 Top Doctors in Central Ohio

A comprehensive guide to Central Ohio’s most respected physicians, with more than 400 doctors across a wide range of specialties listed.