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What Columbus Needs: Transportation

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From The Alive: What Columbus Needs: Transportation – Moving people, not cars By John Ross Respondents to the What Columbus Needs survey agreed that the city needs to improve public transportation, with nearly 60 percent saying the system in Columbus is much worse than networks in other cities. User-generated comments clashed on whether Columbus needs […]


Young Professionals Want Rail Transportation

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From Business First of Columbus: Dim view of area transit options drives young workers’ frustrations by Jeff Bell Chamber officials have found that access to transportation modes other than cars is a big issue with many young workers concerned about the environment or looking for less hassle in commuting. That makes it an important consideration […]


Business First Poll: Riding the Rails

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Business First recently took a poll to test the confidence of Columbusites on whether a high-speed rail that would benefit travelers will be developed in the next 10 years. Do you think it will be?  [Read More]


SWACO Announces Finalists for Emerald Awards

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Finalists for SWACO’s 4th Annual Central Ohio Emerald Awards have been announced (see attached list). This year’s winners will receive their green recycled glass trophies from SWACO Executive Director Ron Mills and SWACO Board of Trustees President Bradley Frick on May 12 at the Emerald Awards luncheon at the Aladdin Shrine Center at Easton (11:30am). […]

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Columbus Offers Second Most Affordable Rents in US

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From BusinessWeek: Top 10 metro areas with low rents #2 Columbus, Ohio Rents remain cheap in the state capital. Apartment landlords are increasingly competing with home sellers who are struggling to find buyers and are instead looking for tenants. Asking rents in Columbus — home of Ohio State University, the nation’s largest college campus — […]


Lennon Bus Produced Video Premiers Tomorrow

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The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is halfway through a two-day stop at Ohio State’s Columbus campus. The Lennon Bus travels the country staffed with recording and multimedia engineers who demonstrate cutting-edge technologies and techniques for music and multimedia production. On Wednesday, April 22, Lennon staff coached a group of students from twelve to twenty-seven […]

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An Interview with The Receiver

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Brothers and Columbus natives Casey and Jesse Cooper launched their band The Receiver in June of 2005. Since then they’ve played more than 150 shows throughout the United States and Canada. Their second album “Length of Arms” was recorded entirely in Central Ohio and will be locally released by Vital Music Records in May. The […]


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