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Peaceful

Enjoying a sunny day by the riverfront in downtown Columbus, families enjoy the Scioto Mile as it enters its final stages of development. ...

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Living Art

The festival offered fun for families, health screenings, visual arts, dance and martial arts. ...

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Our History — American Addition

American Addition is a historic Black community located along Joyce Avenue in northeast Columbus. ...

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Talent Explosion

On Saturday, the Joseph L. Earley, Jr. Foundation held a Youth Talent Explosion show at the Columbus Downtown High School, featuring 11 to 18-year olds showcasing dance, music, poetry and singing. ...

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Employment – City of Columbus – Water Research Analyst

The Division of Water, City of Columbus is accepting resumes for a vacant Water Research Analyst I position. ...

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Our History – Linden McKinley

Now known as Linden-McKinley STEM Academy built in 1927 on the northeast side of Columbus ...

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Our History – CAC

The restored 1863 Civil War armory houses Cultural Arts Center (CAC) located at 139 W. Main St. As part of Columbus Recreation and Parks, the public has access to art classes, exhibit space, workshops, programs ...

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Our History – Urbancrest

The William H. Johnson Village Municipal Hall stands in the heart of the historical Village of Urbancrest, Ohio, incorporated in 1948. ...

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Our History – M.V.C.S.

This week’s focus on Black History Month is Mount Vernon Community School. As described on its historical marker, the then Pilgrim Elementary School was a much smaller facility that sent children home for lunch while others ate in the classrooms. ...

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Our History – Elijah Pierce

The Columbus Post’s focus on Black History Month in Columbus begins with Elijah Pierce (1892 – 1984), an internationally recognized woodcarver and folk artist, who worked as a barber. ...

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