91. ENJOY A FANCY SANDWICH FOR FIVE DOLLARS AT COMMONWEALTH
1437 N. High St., Campus
This tiny sandwich shop boasts a line of locally-focused, gourmet sandwiches. You really can’t go wrong at Commonwealth; they’ve got a variety of items for meat and veggie lovers alike. These sandwiches are especially delicious on Wednesday, when everything on the menu is only five bucks. Take the money you saved and add some fresh-cut fries to your meal.
92. STROLL THROUGH THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART FOR FREE ON SUNDAYS
480 E. Broad St., Downtown
Lose track of time in the quiet halls of the Columbus Museum of Art. The museum has a little something for every art interest, from painting to sculpture to contemporary multimedia pieces.
93. JUST TRY TO PICK THESE EARS OF CORN
4995 Rings Rd., Dublin
Who knew that included in the 109 individual concrete sculptures were three different types of corn? Since its creation in 1994, the “Field of Corn” has provided people of all ages with a fun photo opportunity.
94. FIND OUT WHY “THE ROOM” IS SO AWESOME/AWFUL AT THE DREXEL
2254 E. Main St., Bexley
Love awesomely awful movies? See “The Room” the only way that you should — in
a crowd full of fans who appreciate bad flicks. The Drexel arthouse theater features the cult classic every second weekend of the month, along with much more worthwhile fare the rest of the time.
95. GRAB A CUP OF HIGHLANDER GROG AT STAUF’S
1277 Grandview Ave., Grandview
The people-watching on Grandview Avenue is almost as good as the coffee. Pick up a cup of Highlander Grog, roasted on site, for one of the best cups of joe in Columbus.
96. SHOOT DOWN A WATERSLIDE IN FEBRUARY
4560 Hilton Corporate Dr., East Side
Outdoor waterslide season in Central Ohio is maddeningly short, but you can enjoy slipping, dipping and shooting through tubes year-round at Fort Rapids Indoor Waterpark Resort, a 60,000-square-foot playground on the East Side.
97. WATCH SOME OF THE CITY’S BEST LOCAL BANDS HIT THE STAGE AT ROCKTOBERFEST
583 E. Broad St., Downtown
Don’t miss our annual Rocktoberfest show at The Bluestone, a grand old church that was converted into a nightclub, then a music venue complete with balcony and stained-glass windows.
98. LEND A HAND DURING THE LARGEST EARTH DAY FEST IN THE COUNTRY
Whether you plant a tree, clean up trash or simply recycle those old class notes you don’t need anymore, do your part to help keep Columbus and the Earth a more sustainable place during this annual event in April. You can volunteer to join the country’s largest Earth Day effort.
99. RIDE THE RIVERFRONT WITHOUT GETTING WET
Worthington to the Brewery District
The Olentangy River is dressed with an emerald necklace of city parks, and the paved multi-use Olentangy Greenway Trail is the best way to discover them. Bikers, joggers and rollerbladers are welcome.
100. FIND YOUR HALLOWEEN COSTUME AT RAG-O-RAMA
3301 N. High St., Clintonville
You’re bound to find something new each time you enter this sprawling resale shop. Rag-O-Rama offers everything from vintage clothing to updated styles, and customers can buy what is in stock or sell and trade what they already own. Plus, a huge selection of crazy costumes hit the racks just in time for your favorite holiday.