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Youth Yoga Project Expanding in Columbus

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Youth Yoga Project Expanding in Columbus

“’I wish I had yoga when I was a kid in school.’ ‘I am so glad to hear kids have access to yoga in schools now.’ ‘Replace detention with yoga? I AM IN!’” These are some of the comments that make the Youth Yoga Project founders Julia Handelman and Lauren Greenspan smile. Last year, they […]

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Naturally Impactful: Free Cap City Nights Festivals Begin June 4

Anne Evans Anne Evans Naturally Impactful: Free Cap City Nights Festivals Begin June 4

Columbus Recreation and Parks begins their Cap City Nights Festival series this Saturday, June 4th, at the Linden Community Center. The eight free festivals are ways to get to know your neighbors and also find out more about the APPS program offered through the department to help youth keep out of trouble. “It’s the kick […]

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Daniel and Jake Yoga Finds Niche with Yoga Based Fitness Program

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Daniel and Jake Yoga Finds Niche with Yoga Based Fitness Program

“We started doing yoga to become more flexible and just fell in love with it,” says Jake Hays of Daniel and Jake Yoga. Since graduating from the Yoga On High Teacher Training program in 2015, Hays and his partner Daniel Sernicola have been teaching public and private yoga classes around Columbus earning many accolades. Through […]

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Opinion: Supporting our Foster Youth

Cheryl Grossman Cheryl Grossman Opinion: Supporting our Foster Youth

Reflecting back on our childhood, many of us would probably admit that come age 18 we were not ready to live a life completely independent of our parents, or loved ones who raised us. However, in Ohio over 1,000 children age out of foster car every year, forcing them to prematurely begin a life on […]

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Five Things the Freshman Class of 2019 Might Take for Granted in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Five Things the Freshman Class of 2019 Might Take for Granted in Columbus

First things first — if you’re starting your first year of college in Columbus this week, congratulations! Welcome to the city, graduating class of 2019! You’re bound to find plenty to overwhelm you on your campus of choice, whether it’s OSU, Columbus State, CCAD, Otterbein or elsewhere, but we hope that you also take the […]

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Bring your Bike Donations to Third Hand Bike Co-op

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If you, your parents, your kids, your neighbors have unused bikes or bike parts bring them to Third Hand at 174 East Fifth Ave, Columbus, OH 43201. Bike Donations are accepted Mondays & Wednesdays from 6-9 and Saturdays from noon till 6pm. If that doesn’t work for you, email us and we will accommodate your […]

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