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March For Our Lives Columbus

Anne Evans Anne Evans March For Our Lives Columbus

Not one more. We cannot allow one more child to be shot at school. We cannot allow one more teacher to make a choice to jump in front of a firing assault rifle to save the lives of students. We cannot allow one more family to wait for a call or text that never comes. […]

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Scenes From March for Our Lives Columbus

Anne Evans Anne Evans Scenes From March for Our Lives Columbus

March for Our Lives movements are happening throughout the country today. Thousands of people participated in the March For Our Lives in Downtown Columbus. A rally began at West Bank Park at 10am, then participants marched to the Ohio Statehouse. Marches have been organized by students and survivors of gun violence. “As a child of […]

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Photos: Youth Protesters Hold Midday Rally Against Muslim Ban

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Photos: Youth Protesters Hold Midday Rally Against Muslim Ban

Students from Columbus Alternative High School rallied in front of the Statehouse today to protest what’s been widely referred to as the Muslim Ban. President Donald Trump’s executive order barring immigrants and refugees from seven majority-Muslim nations has caused confusion at international airports, split up families and received mass public backlash, including a protest on […]

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Beer Legislation Brewing in the General Assembly

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Beer Legislation Brewing in the General Assembly

The Ohio General Assembly has spent a lot of time thinking about alcohol in the last year, from the creation of open container entertainment districts to the sale of wine at farmers’ markets. Now let’s take a look at three pieces of legislation currently sitting in the Statehouse concerning everybody’s favorite beverage; beer. We Are […]

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Ohio Statehouse Prohibits Same-Sex Marriage Ceremonies

Walker Evans Walker Evans Ohio Statehouse Prohibits Same-Sex Marriage Ceremonies

As Columbus continues to be regularly recognized as one of the most gay-friendly cities in the United States, a new article from Outlook Magazine is out to remind readers that the State of Ohio continues to discriminate against its citizens with antiquated and unnecessary rules and regulations. “Our story, written by writer Eli Johnson, is […]

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Milo’s Deli Celebrates 15 Years in Franklinton

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Milo’s Deli Celebrates 15 Years in Franklinton

It’s hard to imagine what the Franklinton area would look like without the Pappas’ family influence. They’ve been in the neighborhood for a long time as the owners and operators of Tommy’s Diner, located at 914 West Broad Street, and Milo’s Deli, situated just west at 980 West Broad Street. This year marks the 15th […]

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GCAC Presents: Back in Business – Tree Lighting Returns to Ohio Statehouse Holiday Festival

 Michael Ginnetti GCAC Presents: Back in Business – Tree Lighting Returns to Ohio Statehouse Holiday Festival

After a short absence, the tradition of lighting up a holiday tree on Capitol Square will make its triumphant return to the Ohio Statehouse this holiday season. In fact, the 2011 Ohio Statehouse Tree Lighting and Holiday Festival will include the lighting of not one, but two holiday trees on the Statehouse grounds. The 96th […]

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