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African fashion makes its way to Columbus

Columbus will get a taste of African culture this weekend as the Ankara Bazaar takes over the Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center on Sunday. Inspired by the colorful traditions of Ankara design, also known as “African prints” or “African wax prints,” the one-day bazaar, or ...

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Student baking club bakes for a cause

Four frustrated freshmen with no kitchen in their residence hall and deeply missed homemade baked goods satisfied their cravings by creating Buckeyes for Baking. Now, one year after the student organization’s creation, more than 20 members gather twice a month to bake a variety of ...

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Small businesses wary of High Street changes

As High Street construction brings more national chains, coffee shop owners say local businesses have a role to play in maintaining OSU’s history. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Social Media Editor

As construction continues on North High Street, national chains and companies are eyeing locations throughout the off-campus area. However, some local businesses are wary of the changes, worried they might squeeze out fellow Columbus originals. Mike Heslop, owner of local coffee shop Kafe Kerouac — ...

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Flowers & Bread on the rise in Clintonville

A new cafe in the heart of Clintonville offers pastries and coffee along with an opportunity for learning.   Flowers & Bread at 3870 N. High St. joins the interests of foodies and florists alike in its remodeled white barn building that is home to ...

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