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Not your average blood drive: Giraffe to donate plasma at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Human blood is in critical demand these days. But other species need donations, and animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium near Powell are helping.
Woodhouse Vegan Café gives nostalgic meals a vegan twist
Woodhouse Vegan Café + Space in Italian Village stands firm to vegan principles down to the microscopic elements.
What to know: Ohio bill banning transgender girls from female sports could require genital checks
Ohio Republicans passed a bill that has pediatricians worried they may be asked to perform invasive genital exams on their patients.
Chef Hiro’s on Parsons the first brick-and-mortar spot for self-taught, nomadic chef
Chef Hiro’s, a restaurant with a focus on reimagined Caribbean fare, is opening June 19 in the old Village Tacos at 1297 Parsons Ave.
Queer Climbing Columbus elevates LGBTQ+ climbers and outdoor enthusiasts to new heights
A new organization hopes to bring visibility and access for LGBTQ+ people to the climbing and outdoors industry.
Columbus Arts Festival to make much-welcomed comeback after two-year hiatus
After a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic, the Columbus Arts Festival will take place along the Scioto Mile June 10-12.
Billy Horschel finishes 2022 Memorial Tournament four shots ahead of Aaron Wise
Billy Horschel won the 2022 Memorial Tournament, finishing four shots ahead of Aaron Wise.
In winning for the seventh time on the PGA Tour, Horschel didn’t buckle when his consecutive bogey-free streak ended at 50 holes with a bogey on the sixth. Didn’t buckle despite his overnight lead falling to two with six holes to play. Didn’t buckle even after driving his ball on the 13th into the trees.
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