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Festivals in Columbus: The Ultimate Guide for 2019

Anne Evans Anne Evans Festivals in Columbus: The Ultimate Guide for 2019

Festival season is once again upon us! Here’s an ultimate list of all of the best festivals in Columbus, Ohio, plus food festivals in Central Ohio and more! There’s food festivals, music festivals, free outdoor fun activities, and more to keep your summer full of events! Lists of the home tours in Columbus area can […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Hakim Callwood on His Art and Inspirations

Nick Dekker Nick Dekker Columbus Makes Art Presents: Hakim Callwood on His Art and Inspirations

Hakim Callwood is a visual artist whose work can be found all over Columbus. You can see his work a Namaste In Love (110 Mill St.) this Saturday, Apr. 13 during Gahanna’s Creekside Art Walk. We caught up with him to chat about his work and his inspirations. Nick: How do you describe your work […]

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Google’s Verily Wants to Close the Opioid Information Gap, Starting Just an Hour Away

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Google’s Verily Wants to Close the Opioid Information Gap, Starting Just an Hour Away

Verily — the life sciences branch of Google-parent company Alphabet — is in the process of building a “learning health system” aimed at fighting the information gap in the national opioid crisis. Forged by a team of clinicians, engineers, and health systems specialists, Verily conducted a complex assessment of the opioid crisis in order to […]

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4 Tips to Turn Your Passion into Profit

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis 4 Tips to Turn Your Passion into Profit

As the saying goes, “Do what you love, and you’ll never work another day in your life.” If you don’t think you can pursue your dreams and get paid for it, think again. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. And if you want to turn your passion into a paycheck, now is the time […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents Sarah Hixon On Science, Art and Choreographing Entanglement

Chris Leyva Chris Leyva Columbus Makes Art Presents Sarah Hixon On Science, Art and Choreographing Entanglement

Chris Leyva is an area playwright and director who recently sat down with Sarah Hixon, the artistic director of Hixon Dance, whose new show Entanglement: Where Science Meets Dance opens at Columbus Dance Theatre and the McConnell Arts Center April 5-13. Chris: Is there a particular way you approach creating work?Sarah: I use different approaches […]

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Columbus Makes Art Presents: Abigail Worden, D&D and Marrying Ellen Page

Colleen Dunne Colleen Dunne Columbus Makes Art Presents: Abigail Worden, D&D and Marrying Ellen Page

This month, Abigail Worden makes her MadLab debut as Kerouac in Happy Pills by Alyssa Cokinis. Colleen Dunne, Publicity Coordinator at MadLab, recently hit up Abigail for this Q&A. Colleen: How did you first get involved in theater? Abigail: My first theatrical position was running spotlight for my high school’s production of West Side Story — funnily […]

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Buying A Home: What’s Your Credit Score Got To Do With It?

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Buying A Home: What’s Your Credit Score Got To Do With It?

March is National Credit Education month, which means there’s no time like the present to educate yourself on your credit score, how it’s calculated, and how you can improve it. But what does your credit score have to do with buying a home? Everything. Mortgage lenders have conversations daily with people who dream of owning […]

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