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Presidential Picnic brings food issues to the table

    With the presidential election only a couple months away, an Ohio State student organization hopes to bring food issues to the political table. On Tuesday, Real Food OSU teamed with national coalition Plate of the Union to host the Presidential Picnic featuring “Top ...

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Independent’s Day to bring new faces to the stage

Local music fans can expect to see some unfamiliar faces at Independent’s Day this year. In its ninth year, the East Franklinton music and arts festival has added national acts to the traditionally local musical lineup. On Saturday and Sunday, the festival will feature nationally ...

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Students adjust to void left by Used Kids

Used Kids is now located at 2500 Summit St.

Last spring, the University District lost its last record store when Used Kids Records moved from North High Street to a new Summit Street location, located about a mile away. The relocation requires students to travel further to reach a record store, joining Records Per ...

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Women Aloud! showcases creatives of all kinds

On Saturday, female creatives gathered to showcase their crafts for the third annual Women Aloud! performance. The event featured poets, comedians, musicians and dancers at Wild Goose Creative and Rumba Café, just two doors down. Women Aloud!, which takes place at the end of Women’s ...

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Lookout Records co-founder talks punk history

On tour in support of his latest book “How to Ru(i)n a Record Label,” Lookout Records co-founder Larry Livermore delivered a nonchalant conversation at Used Kids Records on Saturday. Dressed in a polo and jeans, Livermore spoke plainly — almost nervously — to the crowd. ...

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TEDx at OSU aims to reconstruct reality

This Saturday, the fifth annual TEDxOhioStateUniversity will bring a series of talks and performances centered on this year’s theme, “Reconstructing Reality,” to a sold-out Mershon Auditorium. The event will feature students, faculty and alumni from diverse backgrounds sharing their ideas in relation to the theme. ...

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