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Quietly and gradually since the 1980s, a bastion of free-market excess on Franklin County’s southernmost border has been selling-out the American worker while making piles upon piles of...

What if Columbus was a Zero Waste City by 2040? Sound impossible? Interestingly enough, a city with about 30,000 more people aims to reach that goal by 2020. San Francisco has a landfill...

Are innocent citizens pulled over, beaten and arrested by Columbus Police?
  Meet Dale Phillips. He claims he was roughed up, thrown to the ground, maced directly into his...

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Friday, 03 April 2015
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Thirteen days after receiving U.S. Air Force training to strengthen his troops, military coup leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha toughened his grip by lifting martial law on April 2 and enforcing a harsher security...

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People involved in Clintonville Energy Co-op posing by solar panels
16 April 2015

The Free Press honors Earth Day 2015 by saluting a local group with the goal to promote clean, sustainable energy. The Clintonville Energy...

16 April 2015

Over the last few weeks I’ve been working on a Calypso album. I don’t have any sort of a reasonable explanation for it, and the demos so far are...

02 April 2015

Malcolm J, known for his political and architectural drawings and paintings, was honored with the Greater Columbus Arts Council’s Professional...

16 April 2015

Since science fiction’s golden age in the 1950s, the Hugo Awards have honored the best of science fiction and fantasy writing in the form of...

Cauliflower with peanut sauce and Moo Shu Wrap with tofu
16 April 2015

Acre is an exciting new option for socially just diners on High St. just north of the OSU campus. They have developed their “farm to table to go”...

16 April 2015

On May 1st, (May Day - International Workers' Day), we will be celebrating the collective strength of workers and voicing the call to "Rai$e ColumbU$" by...