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Q&A: Freedom a la Cart’s Keturah Schroeder

Freedom a la Cart caters to a cause as well as a customer base. As a professional catering service and workforce development program for local survivors of human trafficking, Freedom a la Cart guides survivors toward a sustainable future as well as provides delicious food for events, weddings and board meetings. Managing Director Keturah Schroeder and her staff help women gain economic independence through a holistic approach to restoration. On Nov. 15, Freedom a la Cart will host the inaugural Eat Up! Columbus event, a 7-course tasting featuring chefs from The Crest, Skillet, Pistacia Vera, The Market Italian Village and more, with all proceeds benefitting the organization's mission.
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Editor's picks: 16 things to do this weekend

Including PotatoStock, OSU vs. Cincy, Oktoberfest and more
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Sketch in the City: Liz Valasco #5

In which our narrator gives herself a delightful treat
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Things We Love: HOMAGE's Ryan Vesler picks

Ryan Vesler is one of Columbus’ most brilliant entrepreneurs. Taking his HOMAGE brand from the shelves of Short North boutiques to Easton and now a new Short North location (replacing Substance), Vesler can’t restock his vintage-style -sports-based clothing fast enough. While one might think sports and vintage tees are at the top of Vesler’s interests (and they are), his attention has recently been grabbed by philanthropy and the simpler things. We recently caught up with the HOMAGE headman and found out some of his favorite things. For the full list, head to columbusalive.com.
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Q&A: Freedom a la Cart’s Keturah Schroeder

Freedom a la Cart caters to a cause as well as a customer base. As a professional catering service and workforce development program for local survivors of human trafficking, Freedom a la Cart guides survivors toward a sustainable future as well as provides delicious food for events, weddings and board meetings. Managing Director Keturah Schroeder and her staff help women gain economic independence through a holistic approach to restoration. On Nov. 15, Freedom a la Cart will host the inaugural Eat Up! Columbus event, a 7-course tasting featuring chefs from The Crest, Skillet, Pistacia Vera, The Market Italian Village and more, with all proceeds benefitting the organization's mission.
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Street Fashion: Fall fashions

Well, it’s officially fall, and while the days may be getting shorter, there’s no shortage of style. Keara has a cool Southwestern influence to her outfit with her belt, jewelry and bolo tie. Rachel is wearing one of my favorite pieces, the shorterall in an earthy fall tone. Rounding out this week’s style profile is Luke with a bold floral pattern, matching bowtie and contrasting pocket square for that personal touch.
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Sketch in the City: Liz Valasco #4

In which our narrator visits Independents' Day
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Editor's picks: 26 things to do this weekend in Columbus

Featuring: Independents' Day, Dollar Night at Crew Stadium and a scooter...
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STAFF PICK: Kickoff Blue Jackets preseason with an Arena District bar crawl

Hard to believe it’s hockey season already, but we’re certainly thrilled it’s here.
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STAFF PICK: Go play in the streets with this weekend’s Open Streets Columbus

Mama always said to go play in the streets. This weekend, that’s a distinct — and totally safe — possibility. A nearly one-mile stretch of Rich Street will close to traffic Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the inaugural Open Streets event, and play is on the agenda.
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What are you wearing, Laurie Barron?

“This shade is the only color my hair hasn’t been yet. I mixed five Special Effects colors to get it. I went to Catholic school, which was really repressive, so I like standing out now — and I’m kind of a show-off.”
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