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A Modern Love Story

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A MODERN LOVE STORY Nearly 50 years ago a love story began between two teenagers at Baker High School. The military took the two Army Brats, Val Webb And Sherry Jackson, around the world and brought them together at Fort Benning, Georgia, where their fathers were stationed as Colonels. Val was an honor student, Sherry was Student Council Secretary; Val was the captain of the wrestling team...

BBQ Review: Pepper’s Barbeque & Catering

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Written by Christopher Binns I went in for lunch around noon on January 20, 2017 (Inauguration Day).   There is never a long line, and this establishment has one of the most unique dining areas of any BBQ restaurant in the area.  A large main room in the front is the only dining area.   It’s conveniently located near the intersection of Miller Rd & Warm Springs Rd, for anyone traveling from...

Interview with an Artist: Jill Chancey Philips

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Jill Chancey Philips originally featured in Southern Views Magazine By: Stephanie Reeves As a child, Jill Chancey Philips began painting, ever since then art has been the main staple of her life. From sharing her talents with students as an art teacher to currently starting up her new business Knack and Jill, Jill shares her inspirations, her new ventures in the art world and her advice to those...

What is RiverCity Foundry?

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RiverCity Foundry Launches StartUp Accelerator Supporting Entrepreneurship & Economic Development Across the River Valley Region.   RiverCity Foundry announces the July 8th launch of their 2016 Summer StartUp Accelerator. The launch is a follow-on to the inaugural Columbus Georgia Startup Weekend, a partnership between ColumbusMakesIT and Troy University, that took place in April 2016 at...

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...

Chancellor’s Men’s Store – A Columbus Tradition

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Written by Alia Teetshorn I’m not sure if all our readers know that Chancellor’s Men’s Store has been open in the same location since 1873.   It is truly a Columbus institution, if there ever was one!   ECL got to talk to Roger Stinson Jr., whose family has owned the store for close to ten years, and discussed what it is like to work in the family business as father and son with his dad...

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...

(Electric) Citylife Massage was Shocking

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It was a typical Monday, yesterday: reactive and chaotic. A thousand small projects took the complicated route. A long walk helped, but wasn’t enough. It was time for a massage. Close to 4pm, I finally decided to book a massage for two people. We have a personal massage therapist but she isn’t usually available the day of, so I asked Google who the best massage places were in...

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