With more than 400+ responses from CBUStoday readers and followers, these are the top now-closed businesses that once called Columbus, Ohio home.
Eat and Drink
Columbus chef Cara Mangini’s new book, “The Vegetable Eater: The New Playbook for Cooking Vegetarian,” will be available in mid-March with 100+ plant-based receipes.
Subscribers voted, and Hanna will take action. Here are the results of her poll that asked how she should spend her extra day of the year.
From local galleries to displays of public art to top restaurants, here are the recommendations from the New York-based arts magazine.
Travel and Outdoors
Whether you’re seeking networking opportunities, ways to stay active, or simply new friendships — there are plenty of local clubs to join.
The Columbus Department of Public Safety announced it will be replacing oversize trash bins with small, more efficient bins.
Columbus, Ohio has been placed on multiple lists that rank it among the top cities in the US for real estate, local business, and more.
The expansion project will triple the distillery’s employment in 2024 and create an economic boost to the east side of Columbus.
Zora’s House, a women-focused nonprofit in Columbus, Ohio, will be featured on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” at the end of February.
From construction announcements to groundbreaking ceremonies, this guide is a complete look at development in Columbus, Ohio in 2024.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has deep roots in Columbus culture, dating back to the 1970s when a friendship began between the bodybuilder and a local promoter.
Columbus, Ohio has been to home to iconic restaurants, bars, and businesses throughout its history — but many of them have closed. Which were your favorite?