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Eighty years of the Peanut Shoppe

In 1936, more than 300 Planters Peanut Shoppes spanned the country, but in the early 60s, the shops went on the market for independent ownership. Today, more than 80 years later, only about a dozen original Peanut Shoppes are in operation, and one of them ...

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The woman behind Ohio State dining

Lesa Holford, the corporate executive chef for Ohio State dining services, spent her childhood summers with her Finnish grandmother. Her grandmother had an impressive garden with fresh peaches, snap peas, plums and raspberries that she would pick. “She always encouraged my sister and I to ...

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Ohio State athletes compete sans meat

Eleanor Harvey’s 12th year was a big one — it was the year she started fencing, and it was the year she decided to go vegan. The fifth-year in psychology finished first in the 2016 NCAA Fencing Championships and competed in the 2016 Rio Summer ...

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Roundup: Local music and bar eats

Ace of Cups 2619 N. High St. Located on High St., north of campus in Clintonville, Ace of Cups is a bar and music venue that also serves barbecue and chicken wings on the weekends. Ace of Cups hosts both local and international acts across ...

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Superfoods for a healthy living

The purpose of multivitamins between doctor’s visits might be a thing of the past with the growing trend of superfoods. There is no true definition of what constitutes a food as “superfood.” However, there are certain foods that have such high quality nutrients that should ...

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Caffeine –– could you live without it?

Caffeine is the most popular behavior-altering drug in the world, and you can probably thank college students for at least some of that. Frequent caffeine consumption can lead to a strong tolerance over time, resulting in a need for a greater intake to achieve the ...

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