Posts tagged Ohio
11:52 am - Friday, Aug 22, 2014
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4:51 pm - Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014

In case you’re interested in buying a Downtown building…

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8:00 am - Tuesday, Aug 19, 2014
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Contemporary art, often  experimental by nature, sometimes fails.
As a 25-year experiment in presenting avant-garde works, however, the Wexner Center for the Arts — nearing its quarter-century anniversary — has mastered the art of success.
Read on at Dispatch.com to see how it came to see that success, and what it plans to do next.
Photo by Dispatch photographer Eric Albrecht

Contemporary art, often  experimental by nature, sometimes fails.

As a 25-year experiment in presenting avant-garde works, however, the Wexner Center for the Arts — nearing its quarter-century anniversary — has mastered the art of success.

Read on at Dispatch.com to see how it came to see that success, and what it plans to do next.

Photo by Dispatch photographer Eric Albrecht

6:00 pm - Monday, Aug 18, 2014
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Two local startups, Alma Mater Wear and Luconic, are positioned to cash in on back-to-school shopping as they enter the apparel market.
Photo, courtesy of Alma Mater Wear: Alma Mater Wear’s vintage-looking Ohio State sweaters go for $80 to $100 at local retailers, including Macy’s and Buckeye Corner. Luconic, meanwhile, is looking to feed millennials’ never-ending hunger for fun T-shirts.

Two local startups, Alma Mater Wear and Luconic, are positioned to cash in on back-to-school shopping as they enter the apparel market.

Photo, courtesy of Alma Mater Wear: Alma Mater Wear’s vintage-looking Ohio State sweaters go for $80 to $100 at local retailers, including Macy’s and Buckeye Corner. Luconic, meanwhile, is looking to feed millennials’ never-ending hunger for fun T-shirts.

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Feel like you don’t know enough about your gubernatorial candidates this year, Ohio?
We played 25 Questions with Gov. John Kasich and his rival, Ed FitzGerald, Our questions this time around aren’t exactly hot-button issues, but you WILL find out whether they prefer cats or dogs, and we force them to say something nice about each other.

Feel like you don’t know enough about your gubernatorial candidates this year, Ohio?

We played 25 Questions with Gov. John Kasich and his rival, Ed FitzGerald, Our questions this time around aren’t exactly hot-button issues, but you WILL find out whether they prefer cats or dogs, and we force them to say something nice about each other.

2:06 pm - Friday, Aug 8, 2014
3:15 pm - Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014
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Sorry, pit bulls: You’re still not welcome in Reynoldsburg.
After more than a year of pleas from advocates hoping to repeal the city law banning the breed — and months of work by a committee revising those local ordinances — the Reynoldsburg City Council decided last night to change absolutely nothing.
Photo by Associated Press photographer Orlin Wagner

Sorry, pit bulls: You’re still not welcome in Reynoldsburg.

After more than a year of pleas from advocates hoping to repeal the city law banning the breed — and months of work by a committee revising those local ordinances — the Reynoldsburg City Council decided last night to change absolutely nothing.

Photo by Associated Press photographer Orlin Wagner

12:38 pm - Monday, Jul 28, 2014
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The first Ohio section of what will become the largest official bike network in the world has been approved.
A 313-mile route that stretches from Preble County on the Indiana border to Steubenville has been designated as U.S. Bicycle Rt. 50 by the Adventure Cycling Association and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
When the route is finished, it will connect urban, suburban and rural areas between San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

The first Ohio section of what will become the largest official bike network in the world has been approved.

A 313-mile route that stretches from Preble County on the Indiana border to Steubenville has been designated as U.S. Bicycle Rt. 50 by the Adventure Cycling Association and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

When the route is finished, it will connect urban, suburban and rural areas between San Francisco and Washington, D.C.

12:06 pm - Thursday, Jul 24, 2014
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Can you separate the man from the music?

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