Dating app diaries, Columbus matchmakers and more highlight the newest issue of ‘(614) Magazine

Jack McLaughlin

It’s february, which means love is in the air, or more accurately, on the internet, here in Columbus.

The newest issue of (614) Magazine focuses on how the Arch City gets romantic in an era inundated with smart refrigerators, tiny flashing screens and internet-enabled everything else. While many of us have an aversion to dating–or trying to–across the dating app scene, if you’re curious, we got the scoop from the source itself: local online daters. 

Good, bad, hilarious and heartfelt, we share the stories–and the introspective takeaways–of online dating in the Arch City through our own readers.

Our February issue also features a deep dive into the Korean Fried Chicken wave that’s (deliciously, we might add) taking over the city, a handful of local weddings, and even a look back at a historical split that some have deemed “the most famous divorce in Columbus.” And did mention chocolates? We have chocolates, too.

So whether you’re looking for love, or just looking for some entertainment, we’ve got you covered.

Want to read more? Check out our print publications, (614) Magazine and Stock & Barrel. Learn where you can find free copies of our newest issues here!


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