This past weekend, ComFest took place at Goodale Park. As usual, it offered three bohemian-kissed days of bands, beer, and boobs. But every ComFest has a unique personality, and this year’s was (at least for me) one of the mellowest on record. Some of my favorite moments included performances by fo/mo/deep, Enrique Infante, BHB (Brothers Helping Brothers), Transit Arts, and Tony Monaco; the high hula-hoop-to-human ratio; Homage’s new “Columbus 'Til I Die” T-shirt; and the friends I made during my volunteer shift. I’m always impressed with the hardworking team of organizers who spend all year planning this event and taking active measures to support our community. Little known fact: In the past decade, ComFest has donated more than $250,000 to organizations throughout Central Ohio. Party with a purpose, indeed.