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SUNDOWN RUNDOWN BUSINESS PITCH EVENT – COLUMBUS

  SUNDOWN RUNDOWN BUSINESS PITCH EVENT – COLUMBUS

Central Ohio is full of great entrepreneurial talent. If you have an idea and you want to make it happen, SunDown RunDown is the best place to showcase your idea and grab a beer while you’re there. Doors open at 5:30pm, pitches start by shortly after 6:00pm

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Coping With Court: Surviving the Emotional Toll of Divorce

John Hocter John Hocter Coping With Court: Surviving the Emotional Toll of Divorce

Imagine a situation in which everything you identify with and understand about your own life changes unexpectedly. Imagine having your family, finances and future irrevocably upended with a single swipe of a pen. Now, imagine having to face these difficult situations, and many more that follow, alone. That’s the position Worthington resident Christopher Kearney found […]

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For Passport Needs, Skip the Post Office This Traveling Season

John Hocter John Hocter For Passport Needs, Skip the Post Office This Traveling Season

From the joy of leaving work, worry and the everyday world behind, to the excitement of discovering new places, interesting people and unique cultures, nearly every aspect of traveling abroad offers a pleasurable and satisfying experience. With one major exception: obtaining or renewing a passport. A valid passport is now required for all means of […]

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Actually Read Your Lease Terms — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Actually Read Your Lease Terms — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Renting your first apartment is an exciting time in life. Getting out from under parental authority and signing your own lease are major steps into freedom and independence. With such newfound empowerment comes great responsibility. After all, it’s a legal agreement. That being said, read through the thing in its entirety. It’s not exactly a […]

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Don’t Play With Fire — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Don’t Play With Fire — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

When I first moved into my current apartment, my landlord gave me a few warnings: change the air filter every three months, be mindful of what’s going down the garbage disposal, and don’t grill out too close to the building. That last one seemed out of the blue until he shared that one of his […]

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Don’t Put That There — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Don’t Put That There — Some Sage Advice for First Time Renters

When you’re in a pickle, the natural move is down the quickest, most straightforward path: “How do I stop dealing with this sooner?” The chosen answer is typically the simplest. Writing personally, this is the downfall of Millennials (and likely, future generations). Oh, we can whine about the articles, think pieces and tangents that come […]

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Don’t Let ‘Black Friday’ Become ‘Bleak Friday’

Layden Hale and Netta Whitman Layden Hale and Netta Whitman Don’t Let ‘Black Friday’ Become ‘Bleak Friday’

By Layden Hale and Netta Whitman Marketed as “Black Friday,” the day after Thanksgiving could be considered “Bleak Friday” if consumers have not budgeted for holiday spending. The challenge for some has become even greater with the growing retail initiative to open for business on Thanksgiving Day. Ask a family if it has a holiday […]

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