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Biking to Benefit Shelter Animals CHA Animal Shelter Pres ents Pedal for Pets Event CHA Animal Shelter will hold the Pedal for Pets event on Saturday, September 14th at CHA Animal Shelter located at 3765 Corporate Drive Columbus, Ohio 43231. The event consists of a forty mile ride beginning at 8am, a...

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ARE YOU LOOKING FOR YOUR FUR~EVER FRIEND? COME TO THE “PICNIC WITH THE PUPS”   SATURDAY JULY 20TH FROM 4~8 PM! ADOPTION HOURS ARE FROM 1~8 PM!!  Let’s help the CHA reach their goal of thirty~five pet adoptions this year!  Picnic with the Pups: A Festive Event for the...

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You might have heard the quote: “Comedy is a serious business.” At The Newport, on June 11tht, it was clear how much “Weird” Al Yankovic holds to that quote with his multimedia extravaganza. The serious business of “Weird” Al’s comedy is evident in the sheer amount of precision and...

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Cedar Point, located in Sandusky, Ohio, opened their doors this past Saturday for their 144th season.  Those “doors”  look a lot different than seasons past after the huge makeover the front of the park received with the addition of the park’s 16th roller coaster, GateKeeper. Two of the park’s...

Good Afternoon My Friends! Our friends, The Murder Mystery Company is proud and excited to announce their new theme for The Murder Mystery Dinner Theater at The Morgan House at 5300 Glick Road, Dublin Ohio 43017  (http://morganhse.com/). The new theme is “Best Laid Plans” and promises to be another hit! We have...

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The Department of Music at Ashland University offers a full slate of free concerts by its music majors during the month of April. From vocalists and an a cappella ensemble to a pianist, percussionist and horn players, the end of the year performances offer something for everyone. All of...

Held each spring, Ashland University’s Coburn Gallery hosts the Senior Art Exhibition which features the capstone experience for graduating art majors. “The 2013 Senior Art Exhibition represents more than just students’ studio art experiences,” said Cynthia Petry, director of the Coburn Gallery. “For students of the liberal arts, the...

One thing is for sure, if you are going to see folk singer Todd Snider. Whether it is the first time going to see the Americana/folk/alternative country musician or the fiftieth, no two shows will ever be the same. While known for crowd favorite such as ‘Beer Run’, new...

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What better way to raise awareness than with live music and a brew? Mach of Dimes participant Devonna Baldwin will be hosting a March for Babies charity event at the Bethel Road Pub located at 1375 Bethel Rd.  on March 22nd in order to raise money to participate in...

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(BPT) – There are two kinds of travelers out there: those who plan and those who wing it. But what they have in common is a love of travel and exploring new destinations. Whether you take two-day weekend trips or 10-day vacations, here are some must-see destinations that travel-inspiration...

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The Summerland 2012 Music Tour time machine landed right here in Columbus last week, packed with songs that are guaranteed to evoke memories of where we were the first time we heard them. The first group to take the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion stage following a brief intro from Mark...

I might not have attended many frat parties in college, and that may have been for several very good reasons, but I’d be a liar if I told you the ones I did attend weren’t fun.  Sipping PJ from red Solo cups and wandering around aimlessly with a flock...

Popular Ska band, Reel Big Fish brought the Summer of Ska 2012 Tour to the Newport on Sunday night. The show included support from Big D and the Kids Table, Suburban Legends and The Maxies. An energetic, festive feeling could be felt throughout the Newport, fans in attendence knew...

On one of the more mild days of this summer, Modest Mouse graced fans at the Lifestyles Communities Pavilion with a night to be remembered. Upon walking into the venue, it was obvious that the energy was high. The sold out show had yet to start and the grass...

My first memory of bands like Mississippi’s, Saving Able goes back to the late 1990’s when the bellowing “yeah” of Eddie Vedder made its way into the pipes of so many front men.  In fact, I jokingly referred to these bands and this genre of music as “Yeah music”. ...