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Weird Wednesdays: Foot Traffic, Dog Fur and Fighting Back

Weird Wednesdays: Foot Traffic, Dog Fur and Fighting Back

Here is a roundup of some of our favorite strange Internet stories that have surfaced this past week. Tipping-Me Elmo Posing with a street performer in New York is all fun and games until an aggressive Elmo comes out of left field and demands recompense for a photograph. The 37-year...

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Five Things to Do this Week: September 12 - September 19

Five Things to Do this Week: September 12 - September 19

1. Jazz Arts Group presents Your Song (Sept. 12, 8 p.m.) Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long St. dw6, also known as the Dan White Sextet, presents music from and inspired by a Jazz Arts Group-organized road trip to gather the stories of blues musicians. http://www.jazzartsgroup.org...

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Weird Wednesdays: A Lamb, League of Legends and a Loss for the Human Race

Weird Wednesdays: A Lamb, League of Legends and a Loss for the Human Race

Here is a roundup of some of our favorite strange Internet stories that have surfaced this past week. Human Race Falls in Defeat Today marks the end – the end of a political campaign, that is. A New Hampshire man, who legally changed his name to “human,” lost the race...

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Archive »WEB EXCLUSIVES

Taking Back Columbus

Taking Back Columbus

A Perfect Fit

A Perfect Fit

Matsuricon Meets the Metro

Matsuricon Meets the Metro

A Well-Oiled Machine

A Well-Oiled Machine

Archive »ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Shifting Landscape

Shifting Landscape

McEwan celebrates 30 years in the Columbus art scene

Three’s a Crowd

Three’s a Crowd

Ballet, opera and symphony team up for tour de force Twisted

Be Still

Be Still

Flowers, vases and textiles are the vehicles for painter’s fascination with color and light

Styled World

Styled World

Artists, collectors, administrators and a former Buckeye discuss their – and Columbus’ – style

The Painter’s Eye

The Painter’s Eye

Featuring Horse-Drawn Cart in a Thunderstorm by William Sommer

September 2014

Features

Stay in School

Stay in School

Programs like OSU’s provide a plethora of learning opportunities for seniors

Aging Gracefully

Aging Gracefully

Remodeling specialists work to give historic homes new life

Fearleaders

Fearleaders

Haunted house operators weigh in on what makes for the best scares

A Twist in the Times

A Twist in the Times

Vintage makes a major comeback for fall/winter accessory trends

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Gourmet Glossary

Gourmet Glossary

Defining those words you don’t recognize on restaurant menus

Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy

Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy

Craft beer festival serves up the best in Ohio brew

Archive »HEALTH & FITNESS

No One Fights Alone

No One Fights Alone

Breast cancer survivors explain what they wish they knew when they were diagnosed

Archive »LUXURY LIVING

Room(s) for Improvement

Room(s) for Improvement

NARI event shows off eye-catching home projects

Suites That Can’t Be Beat

Suites That Can’t Be Beat

Owners’ areas offer more and more to live in luxury

Remodeling Tips

Remodeling Tips

Hear from the experts on rugs and cabinets before you choose your own

Archive »TRAVEL

On Set in Savannah

On Set in Savannah

Georgia city welcomes tourists with southern charm, cinematic scenes and culinary expertise

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