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Hidden Gems around central Ohio: Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum

With more than 3 million pieces of art and oddities in the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum collection, you'd need a lot of time to see it all. → Read More

Grand opening, block party scheduled for downtown Columbus' Barroluco

Barroluco is celebrating its first brick-and-mortar location this weekend, albeit a few months after opening in December. As previously reported, Barrolucco replaced El Arepazo Latin Grill at 47 N. Pearl St. in downtown Columbus. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and block party are scheduled from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, April 26, at the Pearl Street location. Specials and giveaways will be available… → Read More

Hidden Gems around central Ohio: Central Ohio Symphony's 40th anniversary

Central Ohio Symphony is marking its ruby anniversary with an emotional and intense line-up of music. The orchestra, based out of Delaware, will celebrate → Read More

Hidden Gems around central Ohio: Anthony-Thomas walking tour

For nearly seven decades, Anthony-Thomas Candy Co. has made chocolate delectable delights in central Ohio. But not everyone knows you can see the treats → Read More

Twice as nice: Second central Ohio Swensons Drive-In opens next to Ikea, Topgolf

People on the north end of Columbus now could grab a Galley Boy burger on their way to Ikea or Topgolf. Swenson Drive-In, 2012 Ikea Way, Columbus, just → Read More

Hidden Gems around central Ohio: Akiba Arcade

Want to play some arcade games that are outside the traditional "Tapper" or "Pac-Man"? Akiba Arcade, inside Eastland Mall on the → Read More

Let's hear it for the Galley Boy: Swensons is open

Central Ohio's first Swensons Drive-In officially is open for business. Officials with Swensons, Columbus City Council member Michael Stinziano and about → Read More

Podcast: Let's deep dive into central Ohio's pizza scene

Did you ever wonder why central Ohio has so many pizza joints? ThisWeek is planning an ode to pizza through "The Great Food Debate," a podcast about where to find the best food, drinks and more in central Ohio. For more than 30 years, October has been named "National Pizza Month," and we will celebrate the designation with a new podcast each week focused on pizza. During our monthlong journey,… → Read More

ThisWeek launching 'Great Food Debate' podcast

Looking for new restaurants? Want to get out of your dining rut? Are you a fan of trying new meals and treats? ThisWeek Community News is launching a fun → Read More

#ThisWeekBreweryTour: That's a wrap

ThisWeek staffers took you on a tour throughout central Ohio to sample beers at 11 breweries during our #ThisWeekBreweryTour. Now that the tour is over, → Read More

#ThisWeekBreweryTour week 9: Grove City Brewing

ThisWeek staffers celebrated St. Patrick’s Day a few days early during a March 15 visit to Grove City Brewing Co. No, we weren’t out on the lash, but week 9 of the #ThisWeekBreweryTour brought us to the Grove City establishment that makes dozens of beer and cider, Irish cream and a specialty green concoction the brewery is serving through March. JOIN THE CONVERSATION [gh:a… → Read More

#ThisWeekBreweryTour week 5: North High on, well, North High

History is embedded in the walls at North High Brewing, 1288 N. High St., Columbus – literally. From flooring that dates back to when the building was a Model T Ford dealer to window blinds that are made from old benches used in the Ohio State University’s stadium in 1922, North High Brewing owner Gavin Meyers took three months to renovate the building before opening the brewery in the Short… → Read More

Ever tried curling? It's an Olympic sport, you know

If you've caught Olympic fever, you might consider checking out the Columbus Curling Club, 2999 Silver Road, Columbus, for a chance to play a sport that's → Read More

#ThisWeekBreweryTour week 3: Seventh Son of Italian Village

By midyear, Seventh Son Brewing in Columbus' Italian Village will have doubled its beer production and begun providing a new rooftop patio for patrons to → Read More

ThisWeek brewery tour: Watch every Thursday on Facebook Live

On Jan. 11, we raised a glass (or two) to Combustion Brewery & Taproom, 80 W. Church St. Suite, 101, Pickerington, for our inaugural brewery-tour video series. Every Thursday, ThisWeek’s Facebook Live crew will visit a central Ohio brewery to find out what sets it apart from the other breweries in the area. Combustion kicked off our video series. Owner Keith Jackson makes nearly 20 beers (and a… → Read More

Tiny Messy Kitchen: Looking ahead to the new year

For the past six months or so, I have debated what the future of Tiny Messy Kitchen should be. It's my passion project that I have loved curating, but I → Read More

Tiny Messy Kitchen: Coming back in full force

The past year has been an ever-changing one for me -- with everything from planning a wedding to getting married to moving apartments and now planning a → Read More

Tiny Messy Kitchen: Make 'Stranger Things' cupcakes for your watch party

I've got a confession to make: I binge-watched the first season of "Stranger Things" in its entirety in 24 hours. So when Netflix announced season 2 would drop Oct. 27, I knew I needed to clear my calendar for that weekend so I could binge a second time. This time, when I watch the series, I know I want to have themed treats to snack on while I catch up with Mike and the gang in Hawkins,… → Read More

Tiny Messy Kitchen: Behind the scenes of a food blogger

Cooking and baking are so much fun, and I love trying new recipes. But when trying to record what I'm doing step by step, people would be amazed at how → Read More

Tiny Messy Kitchen: Four

When I'm cooking or baking, I like to challenge myself by taking on new recipes. But I took that to a whole new level last weekend when I tried not one, → Read More