Friday 12th July, 2013
Columbus is a vibrant city made of many different neighborhoods. Read on to learn more about some of the most interesting neighborhoods in the capital of Ohio.
The Arena District
This mixed-use urban area in Downtown Columbus is known for its neo-classical design and variety of office space, restaurants, residences and entertainment venues.
Just west of the city’s downtown district, the Bottoms is so named for its lower elevation and low crime rate.
The Brewery District
This neighborhood has a long history that Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday 18th May, 2013
Have you recently relocated to the area of Columbus, Ohio? If so, then you may find yourself wondering what kinds of fun activities and recreational activities are available for adults in your area. After all, partaking in some of these can be a great way to explore new interests and possibly meet new people in the process. Fortunately, while Columbus may not seem like the most exciting town in the world, there is actually a lot to do there regardless of what your specific tastes are.
If you are the thrill-seeking type, the Read the rest of this entry »
Friday 22nd March, 2013
There are some Columbus area recreational opportunities for kids in the city’s parks. Kids who like sports will appreciate the basketball courts and ball fields at some of the parks. Families with kids can gather at the parks with playgrounds and picnic areas. The Columbus park for skateboarders has three bowls and a snake run.
There are outdoor and indoor pools in Columbus. Aquatics programs are held during the winter months. Kids can have fun in the water all year long in the city’s indoor water park.You can find Read the rest of this entry »
Tuesday 10th January, 2012
Having direct tv ohioservice in Columbus can be a real lifesaver at times, but when the time for television has ended and you need something to do outside, you’re bound to find a festival or two if the time is right and you know where to look. Below is a list of some of the more prominent festivals held in Columbus Ohio:
The Arnold Sports Festival
Dedicated and inspired by the bodybuilding legend, Hollywood superstar, and governor of California – Arnold Schwarzenegger, you will find physical feats of all kinds.
African American Heritage Festival
This event brings people out in droves. Visitors of all ages can learn and celebrate African-American history and culture.
Annual Columbus Beerfest
You can be among the 5,000 or so visitors to sample more than 175 different kinds of beers. Combine that with some incredible bands and live performances and you’ve got one heck of a party.
Dragon Boat Races and Festival
Enjoy this little glimpse of Asian culture complete with exciting boat races, Dragon and Lion dances and even some hands-on workshops you can join-in like taiko drumming, Yoga, and even Tai-chi.
Shamrock Club Music Festival
Come for the music and stay for the intriguing and good-hearted Irish atmosphere.
Thursday 21st July, 2011
If you are looking to shop, Columbus is a smart stop. With everything from charming boutiques to enormous shopping malls, Columbus has all of your shopping bases covered. In downtown Columbus you will find the Columbus City Center, which encompasses more than 80 restaurants and shops. Close by you can find Columbus’s German Village, a 19th century suburban area sprinkled with unique and delightful shops and cafes. If you are looking for the latest trends there is the Polaris Fashion Place, which is Ohio’s largest shopping destination. Here you can find topnotch fashions and department Read the rest of this entry »
Monday 18th July, 2011
Columbus, Ohio’s capital city, is located in the heart of the state and is known for being a friendly, safe, middle-American place to raise families. Because of the city’s emphasis on creating a community atmosphere and fostering a quality city for families and children, visitors and those who plan to move to the area easily can find many excellent family-friendly places to eat.
Now, the majority of the popular restaurants that cater to families with Read the rest of this entry »
Thursday 14th July, 2011
There is great food, and many wonderful restaurants in Columbus, Ohio. Many of us have elderly parents or grandparents who have trouble getting around. Many elderly these days are even wheelchair bound. It can be a challenge taking them out to eat, having to first scope out the restaurant to make sure there are no narrow, slippery steps, and there are the proper handi-capped friendly wheelchair ramps and bathroom stalls for those in a wheelchair. Some of the best Columbus area restaurants for the elderly are:
1. “Cotters” Cotters restaurant offers casual dining and a Contemporary American cuisine. Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday 9th July, 2011
Those who like to shop until the drop should consider making a visit to the area of Columbus, Ohio. Shopping is one of the many things that people look forward to when they visit this area. This city has several malls to choose from so there is sure to be something for every shopaholic. Some of the most popular malls in Columbus, Ohio include Easton Town Center, Finish Line and Tremont Center.
The Easton Town Center Mall holds a four star rating based on 101 costumer reviews. This mall is not only a great place Read the rest of this entry »