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  • Bexley
    After 25 years in the retail industry, one-time executive Lisa Darke struck out on her own to open this boutique for teens and adults. Armed with discerning taste and a penchant for colorful, feminine details, she stocks her shelves with formal and casual threads from designer lines such as AG, Joe's, and Red Engine. She is, however, beginning to feature more and more unique indie brands. "Honestly," Darke said during an interview with Shop Talk in the Columbus Dispatch, "we're making a move a little more away from lines everyone knows. We want to give you good fashion for the best price possible." To complement her racks of distinctive garments, she arranges shelves and display tables with accessories such as sunglasses, jewelry, and scarves. Darke also stocks many items up to size 18 to ensure that the majority of local ladies have the opportunity to look their snazziest.
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    2480 East Main Street
    Bexley, OH US
  • Blue Bubble Express Laundry Whitehall
    At Blue Bubble Express Laundry, do-it-yourself cleaners can make use of the laundromat's stainless-steel washers and dryers, which operate on a debit-card system to remove the need for ruining a pillowcase with quarter residue. While waiting for their spin cycles to finish, visitors can hang out in a waiting area equipped with televisions and WiFi.
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    896 South Hamilton Road
    Whitehall, OH US
  • RamseyMassage
    As a young athlete, Adrienne Ramsey led a healthy lifestyle by competing on cheerleading and track teams. She went on to earn a bachelor's degree in health education and a master's in healthcare administration. With this resum?, she could have easily landed a cushy desk job but instead took her passion for health to the streets by earning her massage license. Today, this member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals mends muscle tension with a roster of modalities. Beyond staples such as deep-tissue and Swedish massage, she also employs trigger-point therapy to unravel tense knots and reflexology to target pressure points in the feet, a practice said to ease pain in other areas of the body and ensure feet haven't been replaced with squeaky toys.
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    5160 E Main St
    Columbus, OH US
  • Gooseberry Patch
    They say that home is where the heart is, and, in 1984, next-door neighbours Vickie and Jo Ann couldn’t have agreed with that statement more. Both moms with young children, the two women dreamed of staying home and caring for their kids, while also doing what they loved—sharing with others their joint passion for cooking. A kitchen-table discussion led to the foundation of Gooseberry Patch, and their first cookbook, released more than 25 years ago, featured many recipes borrowed from family members and friends. Gooseberry Patch continues in its original tradition of collecting home recipes, but now their recipe ideas come from across North America. An active user base contributes to cookbooks covering topics such as baking, seasonal dishes and desserts, and kid-friendly dishes that children can make for themselves or with the help of a Barbie with arms bendy enough to hold a spoon. The library of cookbooks is complemented by calendars that similarly showcase recipes, help clients organize their holiday or party planning, or provide a foolproof way for anyone to remember what day it isn't.
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    2500 Farmers Dr
    Columbus, OH US
  • Keepsake Solutions
    Eleven years ago, Randy Elkins and Chris Ratchford pooled their collective video expertise to open Keepsake Solutions, and today their staff continues to transfer outdated media to future-friendly formats. Services include video transfers, in which up to two hours of taped sports games or home movies emerge from their old-format cocoons as beautiful DVD butterflies or powerful DVD velociraptors. Photo-to-DVD transfers and slide scanning keep memories alive with a modern format and user-friendly layout, and video-editing services boost school presentations, demo reels, and company instructional videos, relying on programs such as Final Cut Pro, Encore, and an industry-specific version of Minesweeper.
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    950 Taylor Station Rd
    Columbus, OH US
  • Watershed Distillery
    Greg Lehman found inspiration to start a distillery in an unlikely place?a volleyball court in Switzerland. While playing there professionally, Greg was struck by the commonness of locally distilled spirits. It resonated with his upbringing in Ohio, where distilleries once thrived before Prohibition made malt liquor America's classiest drink. Upon returning home, Greg and business partner Dave Rigo founded Watershed Distillery, joining the state's heritage of microdistilleries. Today, the pair mans a 660-gallon custom-made copper still to craft the signature Four Peel Gin, infused with eight botanicals, as well as a vodka that's quadruple-distilled from Midwest-grown corn and a bourbon aged in American oak barrels. Greg and Dave also open their distillery for tours, taking guests through the facility and letting them watch everything from mashing to barreling, depending on the stage of the current batch. A tasting room enables patrons to sample spirits.
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    1145 Chesapeake Ave., Suite D
    Columbus, OH US

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