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Beloved Columbus record shop opening at new Downtown location this week

Beloved Columbus record shop opening at new Downtown location this week

Jack McLaughlin

For more than ten years, Spoonful Records has occupied the storefront at 183 E. Rich St.

And now, the popular Columbus record shop is nearly ready to open its new home.

The record store plans to relocate to 144 E. State St., which is also downtown, on July 15. In order to move, Spoonful has been closed since July 4. The store’s new address was formerly home to Angela Meleca Gallery.

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“The gorgeous space boasts high ceilings, wood floors and good vibes. A small, adjacent pop-up space could have a variety of uses,” a statement posted to the record store’s Facebook account reads. “The location is only three blocks from our current spot, with ample parking down 4th Street. It is 2 blocks from the Ohio Theatre and 4 blocks from the Columbus Athenaeum. We think you’re going to love it! We do!”

Spoonful Records, which is owned by Brett Ruland and Amy Kesting, first opened in 2010.

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