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Summer 2019

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Summer is filled with graduations, weddings, and festivals. They’re all filled with fun and spectacle and purpose. But, isn’t creating a moment of magic with a blanket, a perfectly-built charcuterie board, and a glistening arrangement of sliced fruit a grand enough occasion unto itself? Don’t put your dream picnic on hold until you have a “reason” to have one. And as you flip though the gorgeous images of this issue that capture the delights of summer fare at its most optimal, allow inspiration to take over and next, put a plan in place.

This summer, don’t let anyone steal your moment. Go out of your way, and take a picnic all by yourself if you have to. We won’t tell anyone.

In this issue:

  • Beer and Tarot
  • Bourbon by the Barrel
  • Return of Hilltop Lager
  • Hot Days, Cold Brews
  • Cocktail Cool Off
  • The Art of a Picnic
  • We’re Talkin’ Tacos
  • The Most Seasonal Meal of the Day
  • Off-The-Eaten Menu
  • Frozen Roadside Delights
  • Summer Sidekicks
  • Food Truckin’
  • A Little Bit of Everything at Blystone Farm

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January 2020

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There are a few things you can count on when it’s January in Columbus: miserable gray skies, exercise classes filled to the brim with folks attempting to make good on their New Year’s resolutions, and (614)’s annual Interview Issue. Thankfully, at least one of these three inevitables is an enjoyable one.

The Interview Issue is our annual moment to take stock of who is making Columbus the city that it is right now. It’s an opportunity to pause and reflect on the stories of our neighbors who are doing incredible things, and consider how their work contributes to the tenor of our town, impacting—in ways large and small—our own lives.

In the issue:

  • THE INTERVIEW ISSUE
  • GALLERY SPACE: KYLA RAFERT
  • SOUNDCHECK WITH SNARLS
  • THE SECRETS OF GHOSTWRITER
  • POPULAR PEPPERONI
  • SWEET THINGS COLONIAL CANDY
  • FROM THE COURT TO THE KITCHEN
  • 614HOME: GEORGIE HOME

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Winter 2020

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Columbus is home to countless restaurants where standard Midwestern fare doesn’t factor into the menu. In addition to an explosion of international restaurants across the city, Columbus chefs are reimagining traditional meals in unique and exciting ways: serving up food you thought you knew, until they remake it as new.

In this issue of Stock & Barrel, we’re celebrating chefs with bold visions that find ways to push the boundaries of their meals and our taste buds, and somehow leave us wanting more at the end. David Belknap, the Executive Chef at Vaso—one of many restaurants in the city that offers dishes you can’t find anywhere else—was gracious enough to serve as a guest editor this month, helping us sort through some of the city’s most innovative and delicious offerings.

In this issue:

  • THE HOLIDAY 12-PACK
  • BREWING UP
  • CLASSY, NOT COSTLY
  • DEEP STEEP
  • WINTER WARMERS
  • HOW TO ENTERTAIN YOUR IN-LAWS
  • FRY FOR ALL
  • ROUND PIE, SQUARE SLICES
  • COLUMBUS' CREATIVE KITCHENS
  • ENA'S THROUGH THE YEARS
  • SIMPLE SOLUTIONS

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(614) Magazine

December 2019

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In the final issue of (614) of 2019 (and this decade, for that matter) we take a look back at Columbus over the past ten years. That doesn’t mean that our final issue of the 2010s is backward-looking, though—it’s in fact quite the opposite.

The last ten years in Columbus have been, for the most part, a story of progress and growth; a tale of a city turning assumptions that it was another dot in “flyover country” on their heads. The decade we’re wrapping up put Columbus on an exciting trajectory, and as we assembled some of the highlights for this issue of (614), there was a feeling in the air that the city is just getting started.

In the issue:

  • THE DECADE IN REVIEW
  • GALLERY SPACE: DANIELLE DELEY
  • THE TALL TALE OF THE
    AMAZING GIANTS
  • MERRY RUTH CHRIS-MAS
  • WHAT’S ON TAP AT TAFT’S
  • MAKEUP GETS A NON- TOXIC MAKEOVER
  • CO-WORKING SPACES AND YOU
  • LIGHTING THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT

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