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October 2019

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Happy Halloween! First of all, we’d like to extend our sincere apologies to our clown-averse readers. On the other hand, this is the perfect time of year to face your fears! Turn all the lights on, deadbolt the door, and get ready to dive into another year of haunting Halloween content.

In this spooktacular issue, we shine a light on the people who scare us, enter “Seitan’s realm,” and take a cold hard look at one of the most brutal rituals known to man—weddings!

Thrills. Chills. A feature about a new downtown restaurant. This issue has it all! And when you’re finished reading, it also makes an ideal surface for pumpkin carving (digital copy results may vary).

Peruse this latest thriller from the masters of terror at 614 Magazine—if you dare! In the immortal words of Bexley’s own R.L. Stine, “reader beware, you’re in for a scare!”

In the issue:

  • The People Who Scare Us
  • Mean Girls
  • Entering Seitan’s Realm
  • No Gluten, No Problem
  • The Ohio Renaissance Fest
  • ‘Til Death Do Us Part
  • (614) Home

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September 2019

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Football is back in the 614, and a new "Day" has dawned for the Buckeyes (OK, that's the last time we'll use that pun. Honest.)

Whether you're a diehard Buckeye nut or staunchly sports-averse, you're sure to find something to enjoy in our annual football issue—like our game day survival guide for fans and "others," for example.

Don your scarlet and gray, crack open a cold one, and dive into our in-depth coverage of THE greatest show on turf for another year. O-H!

In the issue:

  • The Buckeyes are Back in Town
  • Angela Perley's Time to Shine
  • Learning to Fly with Skydive Greene County
  • Fit for Fall: How Columbus Stays Fit this Season
  • Serving Up Sow Plated
  • The Last York Steakhouse
  • Autumn Attire

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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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