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Dublin, Ohio: A rainbow with a pot of gold on each side

Published April 5, 2019

For years, Dublin, Ohio was a quiet little gem about a dozen miles from downtown Columbus. Now, it is now a prosperous, growing community that has landed on The New York Times' 52 Places to Go in 2019 list. And it's an easy trip from Milwaukee.

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Interview with a Heartless Bastard

Published Feb. 8, 2012

I got to chat on the phone today with Erika Wennerstrom, the lead singer and guitarist for the alt.country-garage rock band Heartless Bastards, which will play a show at Historic Turner Hall on Thursday night.

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Ray's MTB grand opening postponed

Published Nov. 10, 2010

Despite the extensive progress already made on the new Ray's MTB indoor bike park, the official grand opening has been delayed.

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Ray's brings bicyclists out of the cold

Published Nov. 6, 2010

Avid biking enthusiasts will no longer have to spend winters spinning their wheels and waiting for spring to arrive. Starting next weekend, they'll only have to travel a few miles to take their two-wheelers out for a ride.

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Springsteen and band deliver an unforgettable night

Published Nov. 16, 2009

Four songs into their show Sunday night at the Bradley Center, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed the classic album "Born to Run" in its entirety. At the close of "Jungleland," the group could have called it quits and most in the crowd would have gone home happy. The Boss kept the highlights coming in a set that stretched nearly three hours.

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The Bike Writer: Turning Amish

Published Aug. 9, 2007

Five showers on Tuesday and I’m still not clean. Split most of the 67 miles today on the road and in the rain.

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The Bike Writer: Four-star church/hotel

Published Aug. 8, 2007

small town. First priest who let me in the door sat and talked for a while. Catholic, retired ... his main topic was the abuses in the church.

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Bucks' Redd welcomes Packers' Hawk to Wisconsin Buckeye club

Published May 2, 2006

Bucks guard Michael Redd, who played college basketball at The Ohio State University, definitely approves of the Packers‚ decision to take linebacker A.J. Hawk with their first pick (fifth overall) in the NFL draft.