Laura Baird

As the first African American to graduate from Otterbein University, the achievements and impacts of William Henry Fouse are still celebrated 126 years later. Read more




Westerville resident Glenn Mackie celebrates his heritage and educates young musicians about the intricate instrument, the bagpipes. Learn more about his journey and passion. Read more


Before making a new year's resolution to go keto, it's important to separate the facts from fiction to diet safely. Read more

Healthy New Albany

The word “cholesterol” may not mean much – or, at least, it may not affect daily diet and lifestyle choices. However, patient education of cholesterol is important and learning how to improve your cholesterol can be done with a few healthful changes. Read more

Healthy New Albany

Learn how this up-and-coming leafy green and how you can implement it into your kitchen for healthier, heartier meals. Read more

Healthy New Albany


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Buddy Up Tennis is not only an adaptive tennis program, but a program that looks to give children a full-body workout once each week. Learn more about the organization and the women who started it all. Read more

Healthy New Albany

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Photos courtesy of J.S. Brown & Co.

Jeff Brown, owner of J.S. Brown & Co., lived next door to a scenic Grove City property for years. Eventually, he purchased the one-story, ranch-style home and got to work. Check out the massive and impressive renovation he recently completed. Read more

Discover Grove City

There aren’t many celebrations highlighting family pets, but in Pickerington, there is a whole weekend dedicated to it. Read more


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Cracking the Code: Many high school students consider job interviews and career choices future obstacles Read more

Dublin Life

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Carmen Bradford. Photo by Steve Pariser

The Sounds of Summer: It’s summertime in Columbus, and any resident knows it’s easy to fill the calendar every weekend with fantastic arts events Read more

Arts + Entertainment

You may recognize these Columbus restaurants from television Read more


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Photo courtesy of the Columbus Jazz Orchestra

CJO performs their newest production of Legends of Rhythm & Blues Read more

The Scene

For the average person, the idea of changing one’s gene sequence may sound completely unreachable. However, the world of science is always one step ahead. Read more

Healthy New Albany

When the Westerville Sertoma found it would no longer be able to bring its much-anticipated Brat Wagon around to community events, the Rotary Club of Westerville bought it with the well-being of the community in mind. Read more



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Celebrate COSI’s mission at Blast: The Big Science Bash Read more

The Scene

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Photo courtesy of Lucas Saporiti

Cirque de Soleil brings acrobatic talent to the Schottenstein Center Read more

The Scene

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Photo courtesy of Pat Donahue Fasttimes Photos

Revved Up: Two of Ohio’s most prominent racing courses prepare for summer seasons Read more

Arts + Entertainment


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The Second City Touring Company’s “Look Both Ways Before Talking” performs March 29-30 Read more

The Scene

Marvelous Materials: Get sustainable with these materials in your own home renovation Read more

Luxury Living

When Jessica Blake, a senior at Dublin Jerome High School, was placed on the Hall of Fame project through the Young Professionals Academy, she created a new nomination process that rebooted the program. Read more

Dublin Life