Tri-Village July 2015

Our annual look at Tri-Village through the lenses of its residents Read more


For those who don’t want to bring home the bacon themselves, the Breakfast Club’s delivery service may be a viable option. Read more


When Jennifer Norris walks through her home after its renovations, it still feels like a different place from the 1947 Cape Cod she’s lived in with her family for 10 years. Read more


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Photo courtesy of the Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce

From 3:30-8:30 p.m. on Aug. 6, Northam Park will again become a site for delectable dining during the 22nd Taste of Upper Arlington, held by the Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce. Read more


A Sumptuous Selection

Photo courtesy of Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce

For aspiring young musicians, getting started often presents the biggest obstacle. Upper Arlington’s Camp Rock offers an opportunity for kids entering grades 8-12 to meet other musicians and get experience performing. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Ernst & Young

By moving its firm into Grandview Yard, Ernst & Young has turned the stereotype of the boring accounting office squarely on its head. Read more


Learning how to read and being read to are things that many children carry with them into adulthood. Read more


With so many regular admonitions to “be safe,” it makes sense that the preschool-age children in Upper Arlington would have the chance to learn precisely what that means. Read more


Marble Cliff resident and active community volunteer Heidi Varner’s Columbus roots run deep. Read more


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Photo by Wes Kroninger

Upper Arlington author Edith Pattou admits she’s not very good at remembering dates, but 1991 was a big year for her. In 1991, Pattou’s daughter, Vita, was born, and her first book, Hero’s Song, was published. Read more

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