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The Refectory

We recently caught up with owner Kamal Boulos to learn the history of his French restaurant, The Refectory, housed in a renovated 1850s church.

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Driving with Darbee: Newark’s Louis Sullivan Bank

Architect Louis Sullivan was Frank Lloyd Wright’s mentor and is considered the father of modern skyscrapers. Newark is restoring its jewel-box bank created by Sullivan. They plan to transform the landmark into a public space this year. Historic photos: Courtesy of Art Institute of Chicago, Emery Photography Inc., Licking County Foundation, Licking County Library, Photohio, […]

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Columbus’ High Street in 1973

In 1973, five photographers spent one year documenting High Street, from the Scioto Downs area south of I-270 to north of the Pontifical College in Worthington. What can we learn from the photos today about the forces that change some areas while leaving others virtually untouched? Historic photos: Courtesy of Ohio History Connection

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Saving St. Leo Church

Learn how parishioners rallied to save St. Leo, a historic and beloved South Side church that was scheduled to be closed.

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Driving with Darbee: Odd Fellows Home

Join local architectural historian Jeff Darbee for a visit to Springfield to see the grand and historic Odd Fellows Home for the Orphans, Indigent and Aged. Photos courtesy of: Archives of the Clark County Historical Society in Springfield, Ohio Columbus Metropolitan Library Library of Congress Ohio History Connection Ohio Memory Photohio

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