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Feeling The Bern In Columbus

As I walked home tonight, three Bernie Sanders volunteers were out at the corner of Third and Mound, hoping their handmade, glittery, disco sign and waving placards would provoke some honks from the departing downtown Columbus rush hour traffic.   51 more words


Coleman's Tenure

Today Michael Coleman steps down as the Mayor of Columbus, Ohio.  He will be replaced by Andrew Ginther.

Coleman, a Democrat, was the Mayor of Columbus for 16 years.   244 more words


Life Lately: December

Hello again! Things have been crazy on my end since my last post. The semester is finally wrapping up. Last week was particularly insane. I had three presentations and a final proposal for my research thesis due at the end of the week. 460 more words


Seasonal Reflections

In downtown Columbus, you know that the holiday season is here when they place enormous red globes in the flower pots.  I like crimson balls, because they add a welcome spot of color and because they give you a red, fish-eyed view of reality — which often can be a helpful perspective during a Columbus winter.


The Scioto Greenways

Hey guys! I apologize for unexpectedly taking last week off.  I needed a week to chill out because the week before was heavy with school work and extra things, plus I caught a nasty cold. 230 more words


Cracking Down On Jaywalkers

As I was walking home last night, I saw a blurb on the news crawl on the facade of the Columbus Dispatch building about Columbus police cracking down on downtown area jaywalkers.  339 more words


The Greenways Take Shape

It’s been a while since I’ve been down to the Scioto Riverfront in downtown Columbus.  Kish and I stopped by today to take a peek at the status of the Scioto Greenways project, which is an effort to narrow the river and return it to a more natural channel — and, in the process, recover some much needed green space and downtown parkland from the former, wider, river bed. 79 more words