The Short North Zombie Pub Crawl: My friend Sticky Keith’s been leading this undead bar stumble for years now, and it’s always a crazy good time. Wanna shamble along this year? Be at North High Brewing at 9 p.m. Saturday, dressed in your (un)freshest.
Since opening in 2010 in an apartment basement as a T-shirt printer, Traxler Custom Printing has outgrown three other locations to fit its ever-growing needs. Now the printing company, whose services range from T-shirt printing to embroidery to full promotional marketing production, has moved into a fourth. The new location (3029 Silver Dr.) more than doubles the printing company’s previous space, giving co-owner/founder Zach Traxler confidence he’s found the most permanent location his rising business has ever known.
Columbus-based filmmaker Mike Olenick’s latest project started with a nightmare. An unnerving dream served as inspiration for Olenick’s horror short, “Red Luck,” which is set to premier at the Drexel Theatre’s Shock Around The Clock starting Saturday, Oct. 18. By coupling Hitchcock-inspired suspense with beautifully shot violence, Olenick hopes “Red Luck” will have horror hounds glancing over their shoulder long after the credits have rolled.
Even for someone born and raised in Columbus, someone who went to the city’s public schools and, later, the Columbus College of Art and Design, Will Bennett became even a little more “Columbus” Wednesday night.