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Heritage Park Being Saved By The Historic Columbus Foundation

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Heritage Park in the Columbus Historic District has been in disrepair for years.  The Historic Columbus Foundation built the one acre park in the early 1990s and donated it to the city. “The park had major water features that did not work and caused repairs to skyrocket,” said Justin Krieg, director of Planning and Programs for Historic Columbus Foundation to Chuck Williams at WRBL.  Now...

Some of Us Aren’t Coming Home

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“This Is Not What You Wanted” by Alyssa Monks Some of us aren’t coming home. We didn’t go off to war- but we had to sit with ourselves, we couldn’t run from it or the family trauma, it is on us to deal with it. It is OUR TIME, We are cycle changers. No amount of career “success” will suffice. For some of us, it’s too much… A drink, a puff, a pill, a bump, a dose, a...

Columbus Souls: Wayne, Homeless Vet, Shares Inspiring Words Downtown

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Wayne shares words from poet Amy Turn Sharp Wayne’s been homeless or “home free” for ten years in our downtown Columbus area, after being in the military for three years. He always loves sharing positive or inspiring messages to people struggling like he has in his life. Incredible & creative local eatery, Frank’s Alley on Broadway, often helps him spread the word on...

Columbus Souls

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“My family was in the army for 20 years and retired here, I lived in Hawaii, Belgium, and Kentucky before this. People say there is nothing to do here but I love walking around downtown, and working at Freeze Frame can be fun. I’ve been studying Music Ed at Columbus State University, I’ve played the violin for 10 years, was a fiddle player only briefly in middle school when...

Kadie the Cow MOOOVES

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Columbus’ favorite cow made her move to Uptown Columbus!

Kadie now lives on the river, in between the playground and zip line, across the street from Banks Food Hall on Bay Avenue.

A team is evaluating what cosmetic upgrades that she’ll need. Now, we just need to find her baby calf….

Christmas in Columbus, GA

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The 2022 Christmas Season brought with it a beautiful cold front.

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We all enjoyed the beautiful iced fountains this year in what others have nicknamed, “The Fountain City.”

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Central Park in Our Own Backyard

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Out of all the lovely scenes Columbus has to offer, the Bradley-Olmsted Garden is definitely one of its best kept secrets! Nestled on the top of the hill on Wynnton Rd. behind the Columbus Museum, this garden is a cross between a mini Callaway Gardens along with natural elements and history connected to Central Park! In my search for someone to interview who had connections to these gardens...

Top 5 Things To Do in Phenix City, AL

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The lack of coverage/knowledge of what’s going on in our neighboring, sister city, Phenix City, is impressive- so let’s roll out a “Top 5 To Do” to start: Temporary Food Truck Park Museum of Wonder – The first “Drive-Thru Museum”, in the world, was founded off Highway 431, and nearby land is the home, that started in the 1970’s as Butch Anthony’s...