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Five Things to Do this Week: July 25 - August 1

Five Things to Do this Week: July 25 - August 1

1. Story Tellers: The Art of the Story Book (July 25 – Oct. 11) The Works, 55 S. First St., Newark The Works’ new exhibition explores storytelling through illustration via technical, whimsical and educational components. http://www.attheworks.org   2. Picnic...

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Five Things to Do this Week: July 18 - July 25

Five Things to Do this Week: July 18 - July 25

1. Picnic with the Pops: The Manhattan Transfer (July 19, 8 p.m.) Columbus Commons, 160 S. High St. Vocal quartet the Manhattan Transfer, known for its live performances and jazz singing, teams up with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. http://www.columbussymphony.com   2....

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Weird Wednesdays: Pyro Power, Ping-Pong and Pathetic Parkers

Weird Wednesdays: Pyro Power, Ping-Pong and Pathetic Parkers

Here is a roundup of some of our favorite strange Internet stories that have surfaced this past week. Spidey Senses We’ve all been there. You see an unwanted, tiny critter crawling on your floor and up your wall, but you get to the situation too late to fix it. Well, a Seattle...

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