North Market

Ohio Statehouse in Columbus
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State lawmakers have introduced their plan to spend more than $2.6 billion on capital improvements throughout Ohio.

Esther Honig

This weekend marks the end of an era near the Arena District, as three popular bars on Park Street close their doors after nearly a decade in operation. The owner plans to demolish the buildings to make way for an upscale boutique hotel.

Cooking with Fall Vegetables

Sep 14, 2017
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With autumn closing in, it's time to start looking forward to the flavors of fall. Chef Cara Mangini joins us to discuss the seasonal produce making its way from the market to her table in September and October.

Cooking with Fall Vegetables

Sep 11, 2017

With autumn closing in, it's time to start looking forward to the flavors of fall. Chef Cara Mangini joins us to discuss the seasonal produce making its way from the market to her table in September and October.

City of Columbus

More than a month after the ambitious proposal was unveiled, critics of a plan to replace the North Market parking lot with a 35-story mixed-used building got a chance to gripe to city leaders and developers at a community forum on Tuesday.

Library of Congress

Early on a sunny April morning, the North Market parking lot is still empty. It’s on this spot that developers plan to build a 35-story high rise.

There’s just one problem, says archeologist Ryan Weller.

City of Columbus

Columbus city leaders say a 35-story skyscraper will take the place of the North Market parking lot, a piece of prime real estate tucked between downtown, the Short North and the Arena District.

Expansion, Enhancements In Future For North Market

Sep 15, 2016

Enhancements and more retail space may be coming to Columbus’ historic North Market.  Shop owners learned Wednesday that the city – which owns North Market – will soon take proposals from real estate developers. 

Local Food with Robin Davis

Apr 7, 2014

10:00 Columbus is a great city for consummate foodies and folks who just like good chow. This hour we're talking to award-winning food writer Robin Davis about where to buy local ingredients, and how to cook with what you've got. We'll also celebrate the people, food and history of The North Market, a newly-renovated Columbus landmark. Guest