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From Broadway to the Blue Jackets

Jason Parks Jason Parks From Broadway to the Blue Jackets

Blue Jackets Center’s Brandon Dubinsky and Artem Anisimov Getting Acclimated to Columbus. After a 119-day hiatus from hockey due to the lockout, players across the NHL are gearing up for a 48-game schedule over a condensed time frame. Players have the pressure of having only a week worth of training camp to prepare for the […]

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How Would You Spend Your Last Week on Earth in Columbus?

Jason Parks Jason Parks How Would You Spend Your Last Week on Earth in Columbus?

This article is brought to you by the Schottenstein Real Estate Group. The Mayan calendar ends on Dec. 21, 2012, leading many to believe that the world will end on that day. According to Reuters survey of 16,000 people in 21 countries, at least 10 percent of the population is genuinely concerned that we’ll all […]

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Blue Jackets President John Davidson Talks NHL Lockout, Life in Columbus

Jason Parks Jason Parks

The way John Davidson described the city of Columbus, you’d think the new president of hockey operations for the Blue Jackets had been living in the capital city of Ohio for the past decade, not still looking for his first house there. But, Davidson has been busy during the lockout getting acquainted with the Blue […]

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How to Host a Successful Thanksgiving in Your Home

Jason Parks Jason Parks How to Host a Successful Thanksgiving in Your Home

This article is brought to you by the Schottenstein Real Estate Group. By now, all the leaves in Columbus have changed colors and are starting to fall from the trees. Autumn is beginning to give way to winter, but before we get out the heavy coats and await the first snowfall, it’s time to think about […]

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The Future of Columbus – Will the Capital City Continue to Grow?

Jason Parks Jason Parks The Future of Columbus – Will the Capital City Continue to Grow?

This article is brought to you by the Schottenstein Real Estate Group. From world class shopping at Easton and fine dining in the Short North to professional hockey in the Arena District, the city of Columbus has grown immensely since the new millennium. Without Central Ohio’s growth, the state would be losing residents, according to […]

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Are Rental Communities the New Trend in Columbus?

Jason Parks Jason Parks Are Rental Communities the New Trend in Columbus?

If you drive around the city of Columbus today, you won’t go more than ten minutes without seeing an apartment complex currently under construction. As Central Ohio attempts to recover from a lagging economy, and young professionals continue to be turned off by homeownership, residents are choosing short-term rental options over the longer-term commitment of […]

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