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Photo courtesy of Nikolai Puc Photography

Something from Nothing: Lifelong friends finally see musical dreams come to fruition more

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Photo courtesy of Virginia Barney

New Horizons: No one looks forward to facing a death in the family. But when the time comes, we all have different ways of grieving more

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Born and raised in the Columbus area, mother of two and the owner of the new FIT4MOM branch in Upper Arlington, Mindy Hayward-Hauck is one of the many supermoms. more

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Courtesy of Sonya North & Ashley West Photography

Let Them Eat Safe: In the North home, preparing a meal takes some involvement more

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GHHS teacher shares stories of obtaining her Ph.D., her worldly travels and what’s next. more

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Photo by Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

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Photo courtesy of Jan Kelley-Stafford

Retired educator from the Upper Arlington City School District has spent more than 30 years in the classroom in the Columbus area, but her experience teaching on a Navajo reservation is something she looks back on with particular fondness. more

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Photo by Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

A Lot on His Plate: It’s a well-known fact that restaurants are among the riskiest business ventures. more

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Photo courtesy of Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

Jurassic Embark: Head of the firm’s Securities Litigation and Regulation Practice Group, Concilla has been with the company for 32 years. He likes to fly fish on Lake Erie and cook. Oh, and he also likes to dig up dinosaur fossils. more

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Photo by Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

A Local Hero: When Mindy Gabriel was growing up on her family’s grain farm in Ashland, Ohio, it never occurred to her that she might one day be a firefighter. more

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A Storied Past: George Bauman’s passion for books was written in stone starting at a young age more

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Par Excellence: Walt Dennis is an example of the passion in the Upper Arlington community more

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Diving In: Olympic silver medalist has roots in Upper Arlington more

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Upper Arlington voice and piano teacher’s passion for music spans decades more

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Over the course of his life, Upper Arlington resident Tom Logsdon estimates he’s hiked about 7,000 miles. more

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The lure of retirement is often the freedom that comes along with it. Grandview residents David and Dorothy Pritchard exercised this freedom by involving themselves with the central Ohio chapter of Engineers Without Borders. more

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Photo by Wes Kroninger

It is likely if you have lived in, worked in or simply visited the Tri-Village area that Dan and Mary Ludlum have impacted your experience there in a positive way. more

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Photo by Wes Kroninger

Upper Arlington author Edith Pattou admits she’s not very good at remembering dates, but 1991 was a big year for her. In 1991, Pattou’s daughter, Vita, was born, and her first book, Hero’s Song, was published. more

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Photo by Wes Kroninger

How passion for cooking changed all aspects of Jim Yue’s life more

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Photo by Wes Kroninger

Academic officers keep their districts ahead of the curve more

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Photo courtesy of Jeffrey S. Hall Photography

Anyone who sets foot on the front step of Jack Park’s house immediately knows he’s a fan of The Ohio State University football team. Hanging on Park’s front door is a scarlet OSU football banner. more

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