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What’s up: March 1-4

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission is set to host the Association of Chief Executives for Sports’ biennial meeting in June. Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editor

Thursday, March 1 SheBelieves Cup, 4 p.m. at Mapfre Stadium, 1 Black and Gold Blvd. Four of the greatest national teams in women’s soccer, including the U.S. and Germany, will play in the first leg of the three-city tournament. Tickets start at $45 plus fees ...

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Vegan guide to staying alive on spring break

Navigating a vegan diet in the comfort of one’s own community can be hard enough for those not accustomed to eating entirely plant-based food. However, taking dietary restrictions to unknown territory is a task even longtime vegans struggle with. With spring break coming up, many ...

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A lifelong love affair with German Village

Gail and Frank Stoy met as sophomores at Ohio State in 1975. Forty years later, they returned to live in the same neighborhood they explored on one of their first dates. The couple first took a trip to German Village and ate at Schmidt’s Sausage ...

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Warmer days call for frozen treats

In Columbus’ frozen dessert game, ice cream clearly dominates. From classic takes on the sweet treat like Graeter’s and Jeni’s to the new rolled ice cream fad at establishments like Simply Rolled, options abound. But what of fro-yo, the equally delicious but somehow overlooked cousin ...

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TEDx event brings childhood nostalgia to the stage

The classic childhood game of hide-and-seek took on a new spin on the Mershon Auditorium stage Saturday. Student-run organization TEDxOhioStateUnviersity showcased its annual TED-talk-style event over the weekend. Thirteen speakers from the Ohio State community presented to a crowd of more than 1,000 and spoke ...

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