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Local artist creates a new Palestinian historical archive

For local artist Dareen Hussein, understanding and displaying an accurate depiction of Palestinian history is personal. Learn how she is displaying and analyzing how Palestinian history in a museum setting, all while learning about her heritage.



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Photos courtesy of Michael Roderick's

Learn how a local man realized his passion for volunteerism while watching an Ohio State football game in The Shoe. more

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Check to see if you or your friends were seen at the KIPP Columbus: Prove the Possible and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Roadshow. more

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For more than 30 years, local chef Douglas Miller has been in the food industry, creating decadent meals and forming a strong network of fellow foodies. Learn more about his story and why his innovative dishes are so loved. more

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Photo courtesy of Reagan Delaney Tokes Memorial Foundation

Lifting Spirits: A horrific crime leads to a series of scholarships. A tragic fire produces financial assistance for student athletes. more


Double the Talent: Pursuing story writing or stage acting is challenging. Accomplishing both simultaneously is even more difficult more

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You've Been Scene at the New Albany Walking Classic and the March of Dimes Signature Chef's Auction more

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"Tabitha Revisited" by Cody F. Miller

Here All Along: Cut paper and paint. These are the two materials local artist Cody F. Miller uses to create masterpieces more

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Photos courtesy of Marburn Academy

On Sept. 14-15, Marburn Academy welcomed several prominent mathematics researchers for #MarburnCon18 to help fill the gaps in the research and link those findings to instructional practices more

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When Nelly Toll went into hiding in Poland during World War II, her mother managed to supply the cramped room with watercolors to pass the time. Today, some of those childhood paintings are famous and a handful are coming to central Ohio. more

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