A friend of mine launched a Columbus Fashion Blog last month, and I forgot to mention it here. Here’s a link if you’re interested in adding it to your reading rotation: http://threadstyle.blogspot.com/ So far it’s a nice mix of opinion on local fashion topics as well as national trends from a Columbus fashionista’s perspective.
After nearly a full year of downtime, Columbuser.com has sprung back into action on Sunday. For those unfamiliar, Columbuser (which I believe is pronounced Columbus-ER, and not Columb-User) is a local website that covers mostly politics and some fun things too. I prefer the fun, but that’s just me. Anyway, check it out now that’s [...]
From Chez Sez: Hi! I’m David E. Chesebrough, President & CEO of COSI in Columbus, Ohio. Welcome to my blog! I’m very proud of the good work we’re doing at COSI to serve our community and feel really privileged to have the opportunity to lead the team here. I’m also having a great time blending [...]
My good friends Daniel and Mike just launched the new version of Skreened.com. Check it out! Make your own T-Shirts! Fun!
Why was Dames Bond started? We conducted a lengthy survey and asked women what they want in a networking community. We learned that women are truly strengthened by the dynamics of other women and desire a casual & affordable atmosphere where they can connect an share with other women. We also learned that women in [...]
Betty’s has got a brand new website: Betty’s Fine Food and Spirits, located in the heart of the fabulous Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio, is a cozy neighborhood hot spot serving up heaping helpings of Ohio comfort food with extra sides of sass. Enjoy stellar service and an award-winning jukebox selection. Get all [...]
An interesting blog from a member of the CSO: David H. Thomas has been an orchestral clarinetist for 23 years. Additionally, he is also an experienced soloist, with numerous critically acclaimed performances. Starting his performing career directly after undergraduate studies, he won a position with the Greensboro Symphony in 1982. The next year he was [...]
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The Bell Ringer Blog was started by a Columbus Clippers fan who’s been blogging about OSU football at BuckeyeBanter.com for several years now. The new Clippers Blog looks pretty nice. Check it out:
From the description on the site, Columbus Tech Blog discusses what’s happening in the Columbus “Tech Scene”. I’ve been following it a bit lately and forgot to mention it here. Enjoy!