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Time getting tight on Columbus Blue Jackets

 

  Sportsillustrated.com wrote Desperation is the raw material of drastic change. And Thursday night’s 4-2 win over the Avalanche notwithstanding, Ken Hitchcock is feeling his collar tighten.  Just 10 games into a new season ripe with expectations, the Blue Jackets coach has come to grips with the obvious: he has a big hole in the […]

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Ex-Drexel Theater to reopen in Grandview

 

The Dispatch wrote Ex-Drexel to reopen in Grandview Wednesday, October 29, 2008 BY AMY SAUNDERS The Drexel Grandview theater, which closed a month ago, will reopen in January with a new name and a new operator. David Nedrow, a manager of the former Drexel North theater, said Monday that he and his wife, Jennifer Stancel, […]

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The City Center Skywalk is Coming Down

 

DowntownColumbus.com wrote BEHOLD: BE-HOLED Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 Unlike other downtown structures, the Sky Bridge isn’t going out with a BOOM. There will be no explosions’ nor will there be implosions. But the big Bridge is going out in style. You might even say that it’s going out in unprecedentedly unique style. On October 22, […]

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OSU ranked as nation’s largest school again

 

  Columbus Business First wrote OSU nation’s largest school again  Monday, October 20, 2008 Ohio State University held onto its title as the largest campus in America measured by enrollment and broke one of its long-standing records as well, the school said Monday. University data puts enrollment at Ohio State’s main campus in Columbus at […]

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Obama set for 2-day Ohio tour

  Obama set for 2-day Ohio tour

Columbus Business First wrote Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is scheduled to roll through Ohio this week on a five-city bus tour culminating at a Columbus rally. Officials for Obama’s Ohio campaign office said the Illinois senator’s American Jobs Tour will begin with a stop Thursday in Dayton. Obama is expected to promote his plan […]

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Help Save the Ohio Theater Gift Shop

 

I am posting this for a friend at work, I figured people here would want to know about this.   Since I was a little girl, one of my favorite places in Columbus has been the little Ohio Theater gift shop located on State St. just next to the theater. Some of my fondest memories […]

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Walkers discover hidden gems in Merion Village

  Walkers discover hidden gems in Merion Village

The Dispatch wrote Walkers discover hidden gems in Merion Village neighborhood Sunday, September 28, 2008 BY SUZANNE HOHOLIK THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH They all have stories to tell. Some are 100 years old, some are younger, and about 40 people walked the streets of Merion Village today to hear their tales. What they heard was about […]

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