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June 2019

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Summer is not generally a reflective time. But for a moment, think back with me. 50 short years ago, it was the mythical Summer of ‘69. Apollo 11 landed on the moon, shrinking our solar system a bit and creating heroes. The Woodstock Music Festival hosted 400,000 young people who were transfixed and transformed by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, and The Grateful Dead. And there were the Stonewall riots, an altercation between the LGBTQ+ residents of Greenwich Village and the New York City police that launched the LGBTQ+ rights movement, eventually leading to one of the biggest celebrations Columbus throws every summer.

No, it doesn’t last forever. Change does happen. One summer at a time, it happens. We no longer live in a country where people can be arrested merely on the basis of their sexual orientation. But we are still struggling to allow LGBTQ+ individuals to worship as they will, to serve this country, and to access healthcare, housing, and safe spaces without discrimination. In this issue, we’ll explore Pride in Columbus and how people express their birthright to love.

In the issue:

  • Show Your Pride
  • Summer Fests in the Six
  • Maker’s Space: Classic Ford Broncos
  • Shake Shake Shakes Up Columbus
  • Lincoln Social Goes All The Way Up
  • Rock Candy Healing Stones
  • Fourth Street Runway
  • CBus Brew Bus
  • Gallery Space: Hakim Callwood & Lauren Carter Best
  • Return of the Columbus Destroyers

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August 2019

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Like other months, we're waist-, nay, shoulder-deep in responsibilities. But, unlike other months, we shelved our adult selves to eat, drink, play, and collect like much younger versions of ourselves.

This August, we encourage you to change your lens on the city and enjoy it from the perspective of a tike, a toddler, a tiny person. We tell you where you can find your favorite childhood dish: hotdog octopus in a macaroni sea. We adventure through the woods (just at a tad higher speed than when you were a youngin). We even take you into a bedroom where there's no such thing as too many toys.

Don your play clothes, Columbus, we're acting like kids this month.

In the issue:

  • An Adult's Guide to Playing Young
  • August Festival Preview
  • All Things Thurber
  • Flytown Records Lands in Columbus
  • An RSVP to Roys Supper Club
  • The Global Grocery at Saraga
  • The Family Fun Guide
  • Fall Weekend Getaways

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July 2019

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Only at (614) Magazine can pets and space be combined in one beautiful and entertaining magazine.

First in flight. It’s a hotly-debated phrase. But there’s no doubt that Ohio fueled much of the ideas, innovation, and talent behind the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission which celebrates its 50th anniversary on July 20. From the Wright brothers testing aircraft in the fields of Huffman Prairie outside Dayton to the 1938 Cleveland National Air Show where a 17-year-old John Glenn stared awestruck at the pilots, silently vowing someday to do the same, Ohioans have followed the path of inspiration and perseverance.

Come join (614) as we remember the achievements of our past and speculate on the discoveries of our future.

Don't forget to flip to the back of the magazine for our pet section, featuring Animal Planet in an apartment, business cats, and all the adorable pets of (614)!

In the issue:

  • Ohio to the Moon
  • Meet our Guest Editor: Paul Sutter
  • Who. When. Where. What? Fest
  • Gallery Space: Addison Jones
  • Katalina's Two Grows Roots in Clintonville
  • Columbus' Animal Collective
  • Fashion: In Their (Grocery) Bag
  • Apollo 11
  • Outerbelt Brewing
  • Vanity Fur

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May 2019

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It’s that time of the year again when we finally unveil all the best this city has to offer. This year, you ,the readers and voters, highlighted all the popular spots we’ve all grown to love, familiar faces who have consistently achieved excellence, and of course, a few new places that have changed the way we go about our lives in Central Ohio. With 1,111,620 votes pouring in from more than 26,000 voters, we’ve had our hands full tallying the totals, crossing our T’s, and dotting our I’s. But, without further ado, this is your definitive list of the champions of Columbus. This is ColumBEST.

  • ColumBEST Results
  • Sonic Temple Arts & Music Fest, plus Nelsonville Music Festival
  • Makers Space: Yellowood Design
  • Cameron Mitchell's Del Mar SoCal Kitchen
  • Bristol: Keeping it Country in the Short North
  • Expert Horseback riding Advise
  • 614Home: Moody Nolan Home Reveal

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