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January 2021

January 2021

Sarah Sole

Well Columbus, 2020 is officially behind us. 

We don’t know what 2021 will hold, but we’re greeting it with open arms and an open mind. And in that spirit of positivity, our January issue is chock full of the best our city has to offer. 

Our annual Interview issue will introduce you to some fellow residents who are each in their own way contributing to what makes Columbus great. You’ll recognize a few names—Dr. Amy Acton, Randy Malloy, and Dr. Pete Edwards, perhaps—and you’ll learn several more that you’ll want to remember. 

We’re also ringing in the new year with a focus on—what else—our city’s food scene. Read about Wario’s Beef and Pork, a new Arena District spot for the sandwiches of our dreams, and check out Rodos European Grill, the new Mediterranean restaurant that calls Clintonville home. 


While we took stock of our city’s newest food news, we also looked back at our arts scene, which provides nourishment in a different sort of way. We learned about one local mural artist’s decision to set down roots in Columbus for good, and chronicled what’s been done and what’s yet to come from the Deliver Black Dreams project, an initiative that seeks to empower young black artists.  

There’s a lot of great content to unpack, but we wanted to start the year off strong for you, Columbus. 

Welcome, 2021. We’ve got this. 


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