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BBQ Review: Country’s Barbecue

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Written by Christopher Binns I went to Country’s Barbecue, on Veterans Parkway in Columbus, Georgia, November 16, 2016, and scored them 1-10 on the categories listed further below.    The parking lot was practically full, as it is every night of the week.  This is the only locally owned and operated BBQ restaurant in the Columbus area that is open on Sundays, serves alcohol, and has a...

Barks & Blues Festival

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This Sunday, 6.26.16 2-6 p.m., the inaugural Barks and Blues Festival will take place at Paws Humane! This is a free event and an incredible chance to connect with your animal rescue community & Paws Humane. Paws would love the chance to show you around their facility, so you are familiar with all the services offered. The family friendly festival will include: National Blues Recording Artist...

Coffee Shop Chronicles: Iron Bank Coffee Co.

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Written by Courtney Hudson If you have spent any time Uptown in Columbus, you know exactly where Iron Bank Coffee Company is located. Right on the corner of 11th and Broadway stands a beautiful, white-columned building with high arching windows, just like a picture in a history book, and really, you just might see it in one! This unique coffee house looks just like an old-timey bank because it...

We Could Have A New State Park, Your Input is Needed

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A little over a year ago a group of local folks began exploring the possibility of creating a multi-use trail system at the Standing Boy property owned by State Parks (1,580 acres located east of River Road and south of old River Road). The property is currently managed as a Wildlife Management Area and is not utilized to its fullest extent. The Department of Natural Resources is exploring...

Local History is in The Art of Tattooing

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Tattoos are among the earliest and most universal art forms. For more than 5,000 years, cultures from every continent have been using tattoos to symbolize status, rites of passage, or simply as personal embellishment.  The oldest discovery of tattooed human skin is found on Ötzi the Iceman, dating between 3370 and 3100 BC. Yet, in 1961 New York City (and many other cities) declared it “unlawful...

Top 5 To Do This Weekend

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These top five events will help you kick off your summer right in Columbus, GA! Jerry Seinfeld at RiverCenter Friday, June 3rd, 7pm America’s premier comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, will be performing his signature stand-up routine. Seinfeld has been hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere. Seinfeld now sets his sights on performing...

The New Start Up: Food & Drink Craft Collective

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As non-chain restaurants continue opening up around Columbus, GA, one group of guys are looking to highlight them by producing unique food & drink events. Electric City Life had a chance to catch up with Jay Tye, one of the Co-Founders of the new start-up, Food & Drink Craft Collective. ECL: How did the idea of “Food & Drink Craft Collective” first come to you? F&D: The idea was...

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