Police confronting protesters
26 July 2022

The criminal trials against three Columbus police officers for their actions during the 2020 summer protests has, some activists believe, turned farcical and (once again) shows how the Division and its union act in an autonomous and...

Housing complexes and homeless tents
15 July 2022

In what arguably is the Midwest’s largest boomtown, City of Columbus leadership and the grassroots effort “Neighbors 4 More Neighbors” have been seeking greater housing density for Columbus’s downtown and nearby neighborhoods, such as...

09 July 2022

Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it.” – Winston Churchill, 1948

Americans recently spent the July 4th holiday celebrating their freedoms and inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit...

Man with gun strapped to leg
29 June 2022

Ohio has been going gun crazy for years and it’s only going to get Wild West worse.

As of this month the state is now not only a “stand your ground” state, but also permitless carry, meaning state-mandated training or a...

24 June 2022

After a two-year virtual-only hiatus, ComFest is in many ways rising from the pandemic’s ashes and returning to its full glory at Goodale Park.

What should never be undervalued is the energy and creative power of the volunteers...

18 June 2022

For decades environmentalists have warned that climate disasters are looming, but they are already here. Storms exacerbated by climate change knocked out electricity to a large portion of Central Ohio this week. Then came a brutal heat...


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