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November 2021

November 2021

Jack McLaughlin

November. The month of Thanksgiving, the month of giving thanks. It’s this second part that’s sometimes lost in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, which officially kick off this month. 

Each year, our November issue is aimed at reconnecting our readers with local giving and goodwill. And there’s so much of it in Columbus, from groups assisting Afghan refugees, to a Franklinton bicycle co-op. Our cover section profiles these groups and a trio of other worthy local non-profits to showcase how our city gives back.

We’ve also decided to lean into the colder weather coming our way and feature an exciting guide to a handful of worthy winter getaways, all across the state of Ohio. 

But if it’s local attractions you’re looking for this month, check out our feature on LAAB Magazine. This exciting, experimental Columbus-born newspaper filled with comic-style artwork has earned a year-long exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art. You won’t want to miss the exhibit or the story.

The Professionals, our recurring section highlighting local businesses you need to know (and the pros behind them) is also included in this issue.

And if all this great content makes you hungry, we’ve got you covered there, too. We profile Saddleberk, a new combination butcher shop and restaurant in North Market Bridge Park, Rickhouse 41, a bourbon-focused barbecue spot coming to the roof of Legacy Smokehouse in Hilliard, and we’ve even included a story on Thanksgiving dinner wine pairings.

Let’s get to giving, Columbus.

If you like this, read: October 2021

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