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Grab the Duster and Spring Clean Those Finances

Alex Noga Alex Noga Grab the Duster and Spring Clean Those Finances

Spring has sprung! And while many people begin to tackle spring cleaning in their homes, there might be other areas in your life that deserve some TLC too. Yes, we’re talking about finances. We’ve compiled a list of tips that can help you declutter and re-organize your financial life. Just like a good dusting or […]

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Virtual Dublin Business Appreciation Day Highlights a Supportive Community

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Virtual Dublin Business Appreciation Day Highlights a Supportive Community

Added to the long list of events that are going the virtual route is the City of Dublin’s Business Appreciation Day. The annual event, which usually takes place in March, celebrates Dublin’s companies, employees and thriving business community with a “thank you.” In normal times, the city, led by its Economic Development team, would host […]

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The Confluence Cast: Nina West

Tim Fulton Tim Fulton The Confluence Cast: Nina West

Take your broken heart and turn it into art. This week, I sat down with Andrew Levitt, AKA Nina West, Columbus’s predominant drag queen and champion. It’s been 20 years since Andrew became Nina; high time to take stock in his career and what’s next. We discussed how he got started, the cultural phenomena of drag, the importance of being resourceful and scrappy, what’s it’s like being on Drag Race, and how he manages his career.

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COVID & Cash Back: How Credit Cards are Helping Americans During the Pandemic

Alex Noga Alex Noga COVID & Cash Back: How Credit Cards are Helping Americans During the Pandemic

It could be said that credit cards have always been somewhat controversial in the financial industry: they can either build your credit or destroy it, help pay off debt or dig you further in debt, give you rewards or pummel you with crazy interest rates.  But in the year of COVID-19, credit card companies have […]

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Dublin Plans a Socially-Distanced St. Patrick’s Day

Sara Blatnik Sara Blatnik Dublin Plans a Socially-Distanced St. Patrick’s Day

Another year without St. Patrick’s Day parades and pub crawls?! In Dublin, no St. Patrick’s Day will go uncelebrated. Visit Dublin is welcoming residents and visitors to experience a socially-distanced St. Patrick’s Day with new touchless experiences that will keep revelers safe while keeping spirits high.  A new digital Celtic Cocktail Trail pass is set […]

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OCLC Helps the Library Industry Operate in the Time of COVID

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman OCLC Helps the Library Industry Operate in the Time of COVID

Nonprofit library technology and research organization OCLC has been around since the late ’60s, providing a variety of services and applications to help libraries locate, acquire, catalog, share, preserve and manage their materials and collections. OCLC, formerly known as the Online Computer Library Center, was established in 1967 in the main library at The Ohio […]

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Hagerty Gears Up for an Impressive 2021

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Hagerty Gears Up for an Impressive 2021

Correction, 2/12/2021: A previous version of this article stated that Hagerty plans to double its employee group. Hagerty, however, will be doubling its Ohio employee group of 75 employees, not its total employee group. With its Drivers Club memberships, car valuation tools, magazine, media operation Hagerty Media, and partnership with Collectors’ Car Garage rebranded as […]

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