5 Things We'd Share Over Coffee With You This Week If We Could

Go behind-the-scenes into the "creative diets" of our staff. Each week, we'll share a list of five things that grabbed our attention or inspired us creatively.

ONE: Black Art in America



Founded by Columbus native and artist Najee Dorsey, Black Art in America (BAIA) is an impactful organization we think everyone should have on their radar.



TWO: Darling's Latest Article On Mentorship




Why is having a mentor (or multiple mentors) in your life important? This article tackles several important ways positive relationships can enrich our lives.

"Mentorship means to receive support and advice from someone who has your best interests at heart and someone who only wants to see you do and be better in the world." - Sinead McConomy



THREE: This CRAZY Good Ice Cream

We try to include something to eat in every edition of this series. This week, it's the Cappuccino Fudge Blitz ice cream from Publix. We're not kidding. It knocked our socks off. Order it. Eat it. Thank us later.


FOUR: The Plein Air Work of Julianna Wells

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If you've been following The Columbusite for any length of time, you know nothing inspires us more than the work of local artists. Julianna Wells is one of them, and lately, we've been loving her plein air work. Check it out and more here.


FIVE: The Latest Items to Enter Public Domain


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Every year on January 1, hundreds of thousands of new items enter US Public Domain. Check out this year's list here. You might be surprised by what you find!

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