Kossuth St. Garden
22 January 2021

On the longest night of the year, when Saturn and Jupiter connected in the galaxy, on the South Side of Columbus, a couple of dozen people gathered together at the Kossuth Street Garden to their Winter Solstice Event.


Proud Boys
12 January 2021

Not unsurprisingly, the so-called Trumpster “patriots” plan armed demonstrations in Washington D.C. and at all state capitol buildings this week,...

05 January 2021

The combination of over-policing by officers who weren’t raised or reside in our community has proven deadly for decades and made Columbus the current epicenter to one of this nation’s most important social justice movements ever.

Mapfre stadium
29 December 2020

As 2020 finally comes to an end, many publications are releasing their annual “best and worst” lists, but in a year marred by such tragedy, is anything worth celebrating? Many are simply summing up 2020 with terms like “please end” or “...

22 December 2020

Here we are, on the cusp of 2021. Thank the Goddess. COVID has been dominating our lives since March. We all know someone who has died because of the pandemic. It has changed our lives in ways we don’t even know yet. It has been...

Toys under a Christmas tree
16 December 2020

Take a deep breath, many of us are getting through this year with our feet still on the ground, albeit in our living room’s makeshift office.

That’s no big surprise coming from Free Press fans, a dedicated and determined...


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