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Frightening Financial Facts That Will Spook You

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Frightening Financial Facts That Will Spook You

Think Freddy Krueger and the Sanderson Sisters are scary? Try tackling one of the terrifying money monsters below! Although we know monsters don’t exist, common financial fears like job loss, lack of savings and unplanned medical expenses are a reality for many. So whether your finances are in good shape, are a “horror story,” or […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Herb Brown and The Price of Power

Sarah Bacha Sarah Bacha Columbus Makes Art Presents Herb Brown and The Price of Power

Columbus resident Herb Brown, a former Ohio Supreme Court justice, is also a playwright and author. CATCO will present a reading of his most recent play, The Price of Power, which focuses on former President John F. Kennedy, his brother, Robert F. Kennedy, and J. Edgar Hoover Feb. 8, 2020. Brown has written seven plays, […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Bag Recyclables

Hanna Greer-Brown Hanna Greer-Brown Why You Shouldn’t Bag Recyclables

To ensure the recyclables you collect at home and set out at the curb or take to one of SWACO’s drop-off recycling locations are recycled and reach their full potential as a new product, don’t bag them. It’s best to keep these items loose in the recycling container. In fact, if recyclables are put into […]

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City of Dublin to Introduce System Using Blockchain Technology

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman City of Dublin to Introduce System Using Blockchain Technology

The City of Dublin is planning to introduce a new system that will use blockchain technology in place of its traditional information database system, giving residents new capabilities and ways to achieve privacy unlike ever before. The use of blockchains is most commonly understood in the use of cryptocurrency and specifically in Bitcoin, where a […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Anne Spurgeon on Her Work and Opening Her Studio to the Public

Nick Dekker Nick Dekker Columbus Makes Art Presents Anne Spurgeon on Her Work and Opening Her Studio to the Public

The fourth-annual Columbus Open Studio & Stage (COSS) returns Sept. 14-15, 2019. The public is invited to visit 45 different Columbus artists at 18 locations, enjoy behind the scenes experiences at local performance spaces and organizations, and to explore seven community arts partners. Anne Spurgeon will offer tours and demonstrations of her Clintonville studio over […]

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Tech Trends: Why Staying Ahead is Crucial for Business

Susan Post Susan Post Tech Trends: Why Staying Ahead is Crucial for Business

How does a technology-based business stay on the forefront of developing cutting-edge tech for its customers and its industry? What does it mean for a business’ bottom line? Put simply, “If we don’t come up with the solutions, somebody else is going to,” says Don Carroll, vice president of business development at Vantage Point Logistics. […]

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Tips to Boost Your Mind, Body & Bank Account During Self-Care September

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Tips to Boost Your Mind, Body & Bank Account During Self-Care September

Self-care. This one practice is so important yet often neglected in our everyday lives. Why? Because although self-care is essential, it isn’t always easy. We are so busy with careers, daily duties and putting other’s needs before our own that we often forget about our personal well-being. During Self-Care Awareness month, we challenge you to […]

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