Sarah Arnold

Snail Mail Revival

In this modern age of communication convenience, it's easy to see why most view snail mail as a thing of the past. These days, our mailboxes are mostly used for...

The Beauty of Passiflora

It is a truly beautiful thing when talent, passion, and a labor of love collide. That's just what Passiflora is to vagabond-florist, Caroline Eells Waller -- a ...

Silver and Gold

'Tis the season for the decking of halls and trimming of trees -- Why not add a little sparkle to your winter wardrobe as well! We picked some of our favorite silver and gold sparkles from local shops. Whether it's for you or a friend, these dazzling...

Chicken Tikka Masala

To some, comfort food means fried chicken and mashed potatoes. To me, it means Chicken Tikka Masala. One of the things I miss most about Cincinnati is the abund...

Teachers Who Can

Last month, the Marietta College Art Department celebrated the opening for the first gallery exhibit of the season, their "Faculty Exhibition" featuring work fr...

Ohiyo Chocolate

A lover of everything chocolate, I was quite pleased when I stumbled upon a new bean-to-bar chocolate company out of Columbus, Ohio called Ohiyo Chocolate. This brand-new business just celebrated its soft launch earlier this month and is gearing up f...

Before I Die…

First assembled at Point Park in Parkersburg, the "Before I Die" wall recently made the voyage across the river for the August Merchants & Artists walk in...

Happy Birthday, America!

There are few things more American than a cold beer, fireworks, and someone singing the blues. This year, Marietta Main Street pulled out all the stops for thei...

Marietta Marketplace

On Saturday, June 21st, we partnered with Marietta Marketplace to host a unique new kind of event -- a pop-up flea. The first day of summer dawned gray and damp, but despite the gloom passersby were enticed by white tents going up on the Armory lawn ...

Little Free Library

Earlier this year, a little pink box of books appeared in front of the Good Shepard Episcopal Church in North Parkersburg. This little box is the first official...
Sarah Arnold

Sarah Arnold

Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

Sarah Arnold is the owner and founder of Clutch MOV, having launched the publication in 2014 inspired by the growing creative community here in the Mid-Ohio Valley. A former architect, she also serves as the Marketing and Community Relations Manager for the Washington County Public Library. When she's not writing or Instagramming, she's road tripping or house renovating with her husband.

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