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Alaska Airlines Arrives to Columbus with New Nonstop Service to Seattle

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Alaska Airlines Arrives to Columbus with New Nonstop Service to Seattle

Starting March 7, 2019, Columbus residents can add Seattle to the growing list of cities offering nonstop flights for passengers. Alaska Airlines has announced it will launch daily nonstop service from John Glenn Columbus International Airport to Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, saving passengers an average of three hours one way, compared to connecting flights. Alaska Airlines […]

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BrewDog Set for Opening of the DogHouse Craft Beer Hotel

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman BrewDog Set for Opening of the DogHouse Craft Beer Hotel

BrewDog’s Canal Winchester brewery will be the site of its new craft beer hotel, the DogHouse, opening on Monday, August 27. The 32-room “immersive beer utopia” will be the first of its kind and will feature beer taps in each room, a built-in shower beer fridge, and an interactive beer museum. The indie craft brewer first announced […]

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Travel: Geneva on the Lake – A Vacation Destination for over 100 Years

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Geneva on the Lake – A Vacation Destination for over 100 Years

Located in Ashtabula County on Lake Erie, Geneva on the Lake has been a vacation destination for over a century. In 1795, the Connecticut Land Company purchased the territory along the lake from the state of Connecticut, and soon a group of surveyors set out to explore the land. After months surveying and mapping the […]

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Explore Ohio: Amish Country

Randi Walle Randi Walle Explore Ohio: Amish Country

Driving through the winding, hilly roads of Amish Country, it is immediately clear you are no longer in the fast-paced city. Farm animals that us city-dwellers rarely get to see in person inhabit almost every pasture. Crops and plants fill the fields. Clean laundry hangs on clothes lines. Horses and buggies traverse the roads. A […]

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Travel: Exploring the San Antonio Missions

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Exploring the San Antonio Missions

Missions in East Texas were established as early as the 15th Century by religious Spaniards. Friars formed communities in order to convert the local Native Americans to Catholicism and to make them into Spanish citizens. The religious leaders would train the Native Americans in vocational skills and teach them the Catholic faith, with the intent […]

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Not Just a Theme Park Town: Off-Season Sandusky is its Own Destination

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Not Just a Theme Park Town: Off-Season Sandusky is its Own Destination

I’m about to sell you on a trip to Sandusky, Ohio. Believe it or not, the place is pretty cool, and it’s not just because it has an enormous amusement park called Cedar Point. Off-season has its own mixed bag of wonders to show you, too. Downtown revitalization efforts over the last two or three […]

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Travel: Escape the Winter Blues in Las Vegas

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Escape the Winter Blues in Las Vegas

Ohio winters can be bleak. The endless, gray, dreary days tend to take a toll on one’s psyche. By February, central Ohioans are counting down the days – or weeks – until spring. Thankfully, there is a way to beat those winter blues: traveling to a warmer climate. Las Vegas is a great winter getaway. […]

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