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Jenny Elig

Jenny Elig

Jenny Elig is a writer, editor, erstwhile bass player, and forever cat enthusiast. She is licensed, by the state of Indiana, to cut and color hair. In her spare time, she knits dolls of pop culture icons such as Big Freedia. You can follow her on Instagram @catonaunicorn

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Columbus’s Miller House a Crown Jewel of Architecture and Design

While Columbus’s architectural treasures have been admired for decades, it wasn’t until 2011 that the Miller House and Garden, designed by architect Eero Saarinen, opened for public tours. Writer Jenny Elig and photographer Adam Reynolds take us to the family home of J. Irwin and Xenia Miller — and inside the architectural jewel. Click here to read the full story.

Hair Apparent: Stylists Give More Than Good Looks

There’s more to hairstyling than remembering color formulas, proper angles for a cut, or how each client’s locks react to styling tools and chemicals. There’s the banter. And the bond. Jenny Elig looks into the strong relationships between hairstylists and their clients, which can include major life events — from house calls to the funeral home. Click here to read the full story.

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