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Delta Adds Nonstop Flights to Seattle from CMH

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Delta Adds Nonstop Flights to Seattle from CMH

Beginning June 8, 2020, Columbus travelers will be able to fly nonstop from John Glenn International Airport to Seattle with Delta Air Lines. Delta will be flying an Airbus A220 from Columbus to Seattle, making the city Delta’s 14th nonstop destination served from CMH. The airline offers up to 37 daily flights from Columbus, including […]

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Travel: How to Spend a Day at Grand Canyon National Park

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: How to Spend a Day at Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is one of America’s largest, and most popular, tourist destinations. The canyon itself is composed of peaks and slopes of layers of red rock that drop down several thousand feet. At its base, the Colorado River snakes through for over 200 miles. At different times of day, the colored rocks reflect the […]

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BrewDog Adds Rentals Above Short North Bar

Susan Post Susan Post BrewDog Adds Rentals Above Short North Bar

If Canal Winchester is too far of a trek, fans can get a little taste of the BrewDog hospitality experience with the brewery’s new BrewDog Kennels. Modeled after the Doghouse Hotel, the short-term rentals are situated above BrewDog’s Short North bar at 1175 N. High St. The two, 2-bed, 2-bath rentals will be available for […]

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Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service from Columbus to Seattle

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service from Columbus to Seattle

Editor’s note: This article has been updated from August 2018 to include a new, daily nonstop flight to Seattle from Alaska Airlines. Alaska Airlines has announced a second daily nonstop Seattle flight to John Glenn Columbus International Airport this summer. Flights will operate June 18 through August 17, 2020, in addition to existing year-round flights […]

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Travel: Día de los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Día de los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico

Last month, I had the chance to experience the culture around the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in one of the most well-known regions for the holiday: Oaxaca. We spent most of the trip in the city of Oaxaca de Juárez, within the state of Oaxaca. Below is an explanation […]

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Foliage, Frights & Fun: Fall Travel in Ohio

Susan Post Susan Post Foliage, Frights & Fun: Fall Travel in Ohio

It’s finally feeling like fall. Bring on the apple cider, all things pumpkin and changing leaves. Experiencing all four seasons is one of the perks of living in Ohio, and fall provides the ideal backdrop to see, taste and explore all the state has to offer. Grab your scarf and decide which fall adventure fits […]

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In Search Of Ohio Relics

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea In Search Of Ohio Relics

Relic Hunter When Icy Blu Daniel goes looking for the forgotten places of Ohio, she’s looking for holes. Specifically, holes in a roof, which are usually a good indicator that a house is abandoned. So are clumps of trees close to a structure, the sort of thing a homeowner would generally cut down. From her […]

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