Title: 100 Things to Do in Columbus Before You Die, Second Edition
Author: Anietra Hamper
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Columbus, Ohio is a state capital jam-packed with playful and surprising experiences that leave a lasting impression on visitors. Its eclectic mix of people, businesses, and energy draws visitors from all over the United States. 100 Things to Do in Columbus Before You Die is an exploration into the best of the city, and the top experiences it has to offer. This indispensable guide will take you beyond The Discovery City’s wholesome Midwestern persona to reveal some of the more unexpected attractions. Tackle a Pancake Ball or a Nutty Mallow—once you figure out what they are. Cheer on the hometown Ohio State Buckeyes at a citywide tailgate during football season. Since Columbus is home to the third-highest number of fashion designers in the U.S., you won’t want to miss a runway show with fashionistas from around the world. Looking for some more active fun? Try an outdoor yoga class downtown or kayak past the LeVeque Tower on the Scioto Peninsula. You’ll even learn where you can search for ghosts at the Ohio Statehouse. Whatever your tastes, author Anietra Hamper will provide insider tips and an adventurous perspective on the city she is proud to call home. No matter what your expectations were for Columbus, with this guide you’re bound to exceed them with memories that will last a lifetime.
The writer and former news anchor loves the Boathouse, boxing and big hair.
Anietra Hamper, a Columbus native and 1992 graduate of Centennial High School, was a news anchor and reporter at channels 4 and 10 before becoming a travel writer, photographer and author. She’ll be a speaker at the annual Ohioana Book
Columbus Makes Art Presents: Anietra Hamper on Transitioning from Anchor to Travel Writer – Columbus Underground
After spending nearly 20 years working in television as a top-rated news anchor and Emmy-nominated reporter, Anietra Hamper switched gears, becoming an entrepreneur, travel writer, photographer and the author of two best-selling books: 2018’s Secret Columbus, and now 100 Things
Joe Blundo | Anietra Hamper finds 100 things to do in Columbus, and that’s a low estimate – The Columbus Dispatch
The second edition of “100 Things,” a paperback book by Anietra Hamper ($16, Reedy Press, 160 pages), is intended as a local travel guide, but it also struck me as an indicator of how much Columbus has changed in 40