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Military Families Get In Free July 1-7 At The Columbus Zoo

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is letting military families into the zoo for free. The Military Family Free Dayz will take place from July 1 through 7. All it takes to get in is a military ID—or other proof of service—active-duty service members, non-active-duty service members, and veterans can get their immedate families into the …

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Thad Matta Is Leaving Ohio State And The Search For A New Basketball Coach Is On

Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith and Men’s Basketball Coach Thad Matta announced today that Coach Matta will be leaving the program, effective immediately. Matta has been the head basketball at OSU since 2004. Under Coach Matta, OSU had Final Four appearances, five Big Ten conference championships, and four conference tournament wins. The nationwide search …

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Move Over, Indy! Columbus Is Now The 2nd Biggest City In The Midwest

Columbus has surpassed Indianapolis (in every way) and is, officially, the 2nd largest city in the Midwest. Falling in line behind Chicago, Columbus is the largest city in Ohio, with a population larger than Cleveland and Cincinnati combined. Columbus, with its 860,090 residents, ranks 14th in the nation. According to the census, the 15 largest …

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10 Terrific Tips To Simplify Your Next Trip To The Columbus Zoo And Aquarium

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium serves more than 2 Million visitors each year. It’s an impressive place, in fact, it’s one of the best zoological facilities in the United States, but sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming. There are so many ways to turn your trip to the zoo into a total breeze, and …

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6 Ridiculous Things We Could Do With Cooper Stadium

As reported by The Columbus Dispatch, Cooper Stadium is still sitting empty. The Clippers made the move downtown in 2009, and Cooper Stadium has been deteriorating ever since. The stadium was purchased by Arshot Investment Corporation, who announced that they would develop the space into SPARC, the Sports Pavillion and Automotive Research Center. Abandoned Baseball Stadium …

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