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Gallery Guide (Current Art Shows)
SHORT NORTH SHOPS
A-Z ARCHIVE (Closed)
SHORT NORTH FOOD
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JULY/AUGUST 2015 Issue
Small Stuff CURRENT ISSUE
Dis N Data Editor Commentary and News
Bulletin Board/SN Events & Classified Ads
Gallery Guide (Monthly SN Shows)
Neighborhood Events/News (Select Writeups)
I Can't Believe You Said That!
Pedro The Cat Poems
Letters to the Editor
Yvonne Hardenbrook, Rick Klaus Theis, Betsy Kennedy, John Vazquez
Articles CURRENT ISSUE
Looking Down on Life
Eva Andry's 'Cell Phone Zombies'
by Kaizaad Kotwal
Navigating the Urban Landscape
How Accessible is the Short North for the Disabled?
by Tracy Zollinger Turner
Larry and Sylvia Totzke
Short North Heroes Start Anew in Portland
by Margaret Marten
Culinary Adventure at Tai Tiki Polynesian Bar Grill & Sushi
by Christine Hayes
The Barista Rock Star:
Hundos Opens for Melt-Banana at Skully's Music-Diner
by Allex Spires
Non-human Animals are Still Considered Property
Short North Memories, Part One
by Joel Knepp
Paperless Online Voter Registration
State Representative Michael Stinziano
by Ralph Whitlock
Taking the Fun out of Dumb Music
by humorist Eric Broder
James and Althea
by Tom Thomson
Short North Gala
Photos by Gus Brunsman III on April 26, 2015
page 24 and page 25
See also "Columnist Archive" listed lower
Eric Broder (Humor)
Christine Hayes (Life Essays)
Thurber Connection (Series)
Earth Talk ®
Feature Stories Index
Cover Story Archive
Cover Story Archives
Check out these cover stories from past issues
Listing by subject of Short North offerings
Complete Short North restaurant list links
HOME BUYER'S GUIDE
Directory of our real estate advertisers/friends
Selection of correspondence
published in the Gazette
those who've come and gone
An attempt to
define the magic of this wonderful event.
Places to stay in and around the Short North
old market is one of the great places to visit in Columbus.
Not only that, it's a barrel of fun!
Folks who go the extra mile to make this neighborhood unique
DOO DAH PARADE
Your pass to a whacky world of political/social satire
See also "regular columns" listed above
Clinton J. Buhler (Art Reviews) [2011 - 2012]
Community News Archive
Pedal Pusher (cyclist column)
(Greg Knepp) [2007 - 2010]
talks about this and that and fairly frequently blasts some
hapless person or institution out of the water
Fritz the Nite Owl [1999-2009]
Fritz Peerenboom, aka Fritz the Nite Owl, broadcasts some of the coolest jazz
Jared Gardner (Pop Renaissance) [2009 - 2011]
Betty Garrett Deeds
Elizabeth Ann James
news - in the Short North -and all around the
Wings - A look
at the theatre scene in Columbus 
Series on one
of Columbus' most famous native sons
meanderings by Tom Thomson
C.B. Findlay's Dining Notes Archive [2003-2005]
Kaizaad Kotwal Film
Archive: Kaizaad Kotwal [2000-2003]
Kaizaad Kotwal (Art, Features)
Archive : Kaizaad Kotwal [2000-2003]
Comic Strip (Matt Wyatt) the heebie-jeebies?
Sex Quotes of the Rich and Famous
. . Pithy
remarks on the foibles and follies of the human condition
from the mouths of such icons as Gloria Steinem, Jayne
Mansfield, Groucho Marx, Jay Leno, Lucille Ball, Shelly
Winters, Errol Flynn, Woody Allen, Albert Einstein, Zsa Zsa
Gabor, Victor Hugo, Norman Mailer, Mae West, Joe Louis,
Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Rivers, Anais Nin, and
hundreds of others!
Some coooool stuff
Memoirs of Tom's war years
Go to Searching for the U.S.S. LSM 245
"Hey, if you're not doing anything else, come visit one of my web pages. I'm not amongst the living anymore, but what the heck, we'll probably get along. Just click on my gallery or my letters, or what Thomson wrote about me. Ain't these computers somethin!"
He was one cool artist
More Burkhart Stuff
DORAL CHENOWETH, aka The Grumpy Gourmet, knew Burkhart
and wrote a play
about him. The script came from some six hours of tape recordings produced between 1956 and 1966.
The Chenoweth tapes and script provide you with an artistic view of a great American painter.
Doral's website includes photos, the play, and more
Go back to start
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Cover by Susan Sturgill
Late night Gallery Hop
© Photo| Gus Brunsman III
arches now span High Street from
the Convention Center to
just north of Fifth Avenue
We're just north of the Greater
Columbus Convention Center
Doo Dah parades draw big crowds.
COLUMBUS NEIGHBORHOODS - SHORT NORTH DOCUMENTARY
The story of one of the city’s most vibrant and exciting neighborhoods includes the tale of the arches, the rise—and abrupt fall—of the Columbus Union Station, an incredible reunion of Civil War soldiers, the circus magnate who mesmerized a town, and the emergence of local festivals and traditions that have become a part of the Short North’s character. It’s a story of how a grassroots movement transforms a run-down, forgotten neighborhood into Columbus’ center for arts and culture.
Bonus material include maps, a slideshow of remarkable buildings and a brief description of their history, a Flytown reunion feature, and a video that shows how you can contribute to the Columbus Neighborhoods website.
Purchase the WOSU DVD $24.95 • Click image to transfer to the WOSU website
Beautiful Goodale Park is a Short North
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