- 6:17 pm - Monday, Nov 4, 2013
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Patients at Nationwide Children’s Hospital got some super visitors recently when Spider-Man, Captain America and a few other superheroes showed up to clean hospital windows.
- 2:22 pm - Friday, Nov 1, 2013
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If you’re registered to vote on Tuesday but aren’t 100 percent sure how you’ll vote, let us introduce you to a valuable tool we build for every election.
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- 1:36 pm
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Resource, a Columbus-based digital marketing agency, is the first tenant to sign on to 250 High, a 12-story, $50 million mixed-use project being built by the Daimler Group and Kaufman Development at 250 S. High St.just south of Columbus Commons.
Rendering courtesy of Daimler Group and Kaufman Development
- 4:30 pm - Thursday, Oct 31, 2013
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Our photographers take so many photos all over the state every day that, often, great shots don’t really have a place in the newspaper or online.
Every month, the Dispatch photo staff picks their favorites of those — the “Best of the Rest” — for an online image gallery. Here’s October’s!
Photo, by Dispatch photographer Jonathan Quilter: Carol Plank deadheads an area of Penta flowers at the Huntington Garden at Schiller Park. She is one of about 30-40 volunteers who call themselves the Schiller Park Deadheaders. They weed, plant, prune and deadhead the gardens throughout the growing season.
- 4:00 pm - Wednesday, Oct 30, 2013
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Otani Sushi & Karaoke, a 35-year-old business, was on the verge of closing last month when its founder’s son posted a last-ditch plea for help from the restaurant’s customers:
“We invite you to Otani for that last great Otani Party, which we hope and pray won’t be the last but the first of a new chapter,” the post said. “It is our greatest wish to continue.”
The effort worked.
Read more about how Otani raised more than the needed $25,000 to pay its bills and the plans it has for the future.
Photo, by Dispatch photographer Eamon Queeney: Rick Honda, son of the owners of Otani Sushi & Karaoke.