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
- 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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