Full disclosure: I worked for COSI twice for a total of 13 years between 2000-2015. It’s impossible to be fully objective when writing about it. I had some of my best memories there, and some of the most challenging moments of my life as well. I wasn’t even sure I wanted to write about it … Continue reading COSI and the New AMNH Dinosaur Gallery
For most of my youth, The Continent and French Market was the second coolest place to go in Columbus (behind COSI). If it were built today, this area would be considered a Lifestyle Center – a mixed-use property consisting of a mixture of retail and housing. Why was it so good? For one thing, it … Continue reading (Mostly) Abandoned – The Continent
After taking a couple months off to hibernate and do a few other things, eventually the desire to get out and explore got too strong. I had been cooped up long enough, and it was time for a little museum therapy. While I’m not adding a new county this time, I can guarantee that there will … Continue reading Columbus Museum of Art
I almost hate talking about McKinley Avenue because it’s kind of my hidden gem road to get around Columbus. I used to work right near downtown…and getting out of town, especially going north, was nearly impossible during rush hour. One day I did a little map reading and found McKinley Avenue. It got me from … Continue reading Shrum Mound and Old Franklinton Cemetery
In October of 2015, I started a new job that moved me from downtown Columbus to the suburb of Dublin. Dublin is a very nice little area where most of the center of town is made to look like an Irish village. My favorite part of the town is the public art. Driving around Dublin, you’re sure to find some very odd and interesting things to look at. Here’s a look at just a few of my favorites.