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Day Three on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

Briana Henry Briana Henry Day Three on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

We skipped breakfast this day (click here for day 1 and day 2 of my trip) because we knew of the damage that would ensue during our lunch at Melt. Our rock crew made our first stop and the organized chaos that is Big Fun. After a brief tour with the passionate and enthusiastic owner […]

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Day Two on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

Briana Henry Briana Henry Day Two on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

The second day of our press tour (click here to jump back to day one) included the obligatory everything-in-excess theme of any rock and roll tour, but instead of drugs and loose women, we engaged in food and booze. Well, at least I did. Our first stop was the West Side Café which is attached […]

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Day One on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

Briana Henry Briana Henry Day One on the Road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of embarking on a rock and roll press tour to the city of Cleveland. While there, I ate too much, I drank too much, and I surprisingly had too much fun in the process. All of the events I took part in were scheduled by the wonderful people at […]

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Columbus Named Top Gay Travel Destination of 2011

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Named Top Gay Travel Destination of 2011

Columbus was named earlier this month as The NewNowNext Destination of 2011, beating out global competition including Istanbul and St. Petersburg. Columbus was cited as a great place to visit due to both the college town aesthetic from OSU as well as the local nightlife scene, hipster culture and other amenities that would make for […]

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Travel: The Non-Positively-Cleveland Guide to Cleveland

 Angie Schmitt Travel: The Non-Positively-Cleveland Guide to Cleveland

Greetings, Columbusites from your neighbor to the north, the land of the burning river, of legendary sports heartbreak, where they fry potatoes in little dumplings and call them pierogies. Yes, Cleveland is a proud and colorful city. While it’s definitely seen its share of setbacks, namely the loss of industry as well as 50 percent […]

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Close to Columbus: Weekend Trip to Sandusky

Anne Evans Anne Evans Close to Columbus: Weekend Trip to Sandusky

Since it had been awhile since we have visited the beauty of Lake Erie, we decided to take a short weekend trip with a couple of friends. Driving up Route 4 can be a bit of a sad drive, we passed so many abandoned buildings, buildings starting to – or completely caved in, towns that […]

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Travel: Spending a Car-Free Weekend in Indianapolis

 Kevin Kastner Travel: Spending a Car-Free Weekend in Indianapolis

Indianapolis is a great place to visit for a weekend getaway. The city is famous for its Motor Speedway, sports teams, and revitalized downtown. But what about the rest of the city? Can a city famous for its love of cars be explored by alternative means of transportation? This is an invitation to explore the […]

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