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Lives Bought and Sold

November 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

Perhaps you think you know the story. Like the opioid epidemic and the multiple devastating natural disasters that have hit the United States this year, human trafficking is another in a list of problems that we see, hear and read about, but may not fully understand. We all know what human [...]

VAMPing up her Wardrobe

November 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

I walked into the boutique, and the fashion-forward pieces on the simple, elegant white walls caught my attention. My eyes moved to the assortment of rompers and dresses on the right wall, and then to my left, I saw embroidered sweatshirts, off the shoulder tops, simple silky pieces and even some [...]

Columbus, Home of the Average

November 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Columbus, Ohio, population: 2 million, median household income: $58,000, average age: 32.5 and, also, the test marketing capital of America. Ohio’s capital city is a hub for many companies wishing to field test their new products and services before a broader product launch. This entire process [...]

Simply Rolled: Thai Inspired Ice Cream Debuts in Columbus

October 31, 2017 // 0 Comments

Immediately when my friend Sam and I walked into the Sanders’ townhouse in Sunbury, Ohio, a small black dog with ice cream on its back greeted us, followed by Zack Sanders, his wife Ashlie and their six-month old daughter. Through this encounter, I never expected this common household would serve [...]

Towering Above the Rest

April 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

There’s that one skyscraper in the Columbus skyline no one can miss: standing at 555feet and 47 floors, the LeVeque Tower has defined the Columbus cityscape since it was originally built in 1927. Brett Kaufman, CEO of Kaufman Development and a graduate of Ohio State, has taken on the [...]

Bonifacio: Philippine Cuisine

March 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

Kumain ka na ba? It’s a phrase almost as common as “hello” and a sentence that can be heard from virtually any Filipino household anywhere in the world. But instead of an age-old aphorism or ancient greeting, it simply translates to “have you eaten yet?” For Filipino people [...]

The Arts District Master Plan

March 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

Walk down High St. and it doesn’t take long to notice the seemingly endless construction. Land that was just recently occupied by bars, restaurants and vacant storefronts have been replaced by the sights and sounds of jack hammers, buzz saws and bulldozers. So far, all of this work has been [...]

Journey to the East: Where to get your Chinese food fix around campus

February 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

If you’ve ever eaten at one of the fine dining establishments located on Campus, it’s more than likely that you’ve run across the delicacy known as General Tso’s Chicken. Like pizza is to Italian cuisine, General Tso’s Chicken is one of America’s favorite interpretations of Chinese [...]

Hatching Potential

January 2, 2017 // 0 Comments

By employing Tinder’s swipe interface, the Hatchli app allows users to swipe right on tomorrow’s inventions. Users can set up a profile, follow each other, post comments, and like or pass on the business ventures that fill their newsfeed. Today, Hatchli operates in 45 countries and users are [...]

Blending Coffee With Charity

December 26, 2016 // 1 Comment

The Roosevelt Coffeehouse is like many of the speciality coffee shops in Ohio’s capital city. It has high-end espresso machines, knowledgeable baristas and premium artisanal coffee. However, the Roosevelt, which was founded by Kenny Sipes in 2013, does have one key differentiator — its [...]
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