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Murder Charge For Ohio Deputy In Casey Goodson Jr. Killing

Jason Meade fatally shot Goodson in Columbus in December 2020.
Tags: News, Columbus, Goodson, Jason Meade, Casey Goodson Jr Killing


Mortgage Lending Declines At Unusually Fast Pace Across U.S. During Third Quarter Of 2021

Overall Loan Activity Down 8 Percent, Marking Second Straight Quarterly Decrease; Mortgage Lending Down in Both Second and Third Quarters for First Time This Century; Refinance Mortgages Drop 13 Percent Quarterly, Purchase Loans Off 2 Percent Irvine, CA – Dec. 2, 2021 (PRNewswire) ATTOM, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its third-quarter 2021 U.S. Residential Property Mortgage Origination Report, which shows that 3.59 million mortgages secured by residential p...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Atlanta, Radio, United States, Va, Miami, Salt Lake City, Buffalo, Jackson, Detroit, Baltimore, Columbus, San Antonio, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh


That ’70s home: Colorful carpet lines every room of Ohio house

The home, listed for sale at an asking price of $325,000, has garnered attention for a previous owner's unusual decor choices.
Tags: Listings, Radio, Listing, Ohio, Zillow, Columbus, Carpeting


Steven Spielberg Could've Directed A Harry Potter Film — Here's Why He Didn't

It has been 10 years since the final film in the "Harry Potter" franchise came out. Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort reunited for one last, epic battle where good triumphed over evil, bringing back peace to Hogwarts for the first time ... since Harry enrolled in school. Now, the movies weren't perfect. I still mourn the erasure of Peeves, the lack of proper Indian representation during the Yule Ball (justice for Parvati and Padma Patil), and whatnot. So, when I hear that certain legendary filmmak...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Bbc, Harry Potter, Harry, Warner Bros, Jude Law, Columbus, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Voldemort, Newt Scamander, Schindler, Hogwarts, Parvati, Chris Columbus


Morning Headlines: COVID hospitalizations continue to climb; Columbus again tallies record number of homicides for the year

COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to climb in the state; Ohio’s capital city has tallied a record number of homicides for the second straight year; the Dayton will demolish a 129-year-old historic building that once was the site of the Wright brothers’ first bike shop; and more stories.
Tags: Ohio, Columbus, Wright, Dayton


Columbus Again Tallies Record Number of Homicides for Year

Ohio’s capital city has tallied a record number of homicides for the second straight year, with several killings reported in Columbus in this week alone.
Tags: Ohio, Columbus


What You May Have Missed Today

NEW YORK (Nov. 25, 2021) – Winnipeg Jets defenseman Josh Morrissey has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for slashing Columbus Blue Jackets forward Alexandre Texier during NHL Game No. 297 in Columbus on Wednesday, Nov. 24, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today. The incident occurred at 16:27 of the third period. Morrissey was assessed a minor penalty for slashing. NEW YORK (Nov. 25, 2021) – Columbus Blue...
Tags: New York, Sport, San Jose, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Columbus, Morrissey, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets, Winnipeg Jets, Timo Meier, Max Domi, Domi, Nikita Zaitsev, Josh Morrissey, Alexandre Texier


Winnipeg Jets Josh Morrissey & Columbus Blue Jackets Max Domi each fined $5K

Pair of fines handed out after the game in Columbus last night. The post Winnipeg Jets Josh Morrissey & Columbus Blue Jackets Max Domi each fined $5K first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
Tags: Sport, Latest, Columbus, Winnipeg Jets, Max Domi, Department of Player Safety, Josh Morrissey, Columbus Blue Jackets Max Domi


Winnipeg Jets Practice Report

The Jets held a media availability before heading to Columbus to start a three-game road trip. The post Winnipeg Jets Practice Report first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
Tags: Sport, Jets, Hockey, Latest, Columbus, Winnipeg Jets, Practice Report, Winnipeg Jets Practice Report


After 20 Games

from Ansar Khan of Mlive, The Detroit Red Wings have made progress roughly one quarter of the way through the season, though it might not seem like it on the heels of a four-game skid. At 8-9-3 after the 20-game mark, the Red Wings’ points percentage (.475) is appreciably better than it was at the end of last season (.429), despite missing Jakub Vrana, one of their key offensive players due to preseason shoulder surgery. It would have been better if not for an 0-3-1 trip that incl...
Tags: Sport, Arizona, Detroit Red Wings, Columbus, Dylan Larkin, Red Wings, Jakub Vrana, Ansar Khan, Helene St James, Detroit Free Press Continue


Amateur radio in the news: Defib donated to radio club, Chickasaw hamfest (video), KI1M SK

Defib donation for radio club Transmission is loud and clear between the Bendigo Amateur Radio and Electronics Club and the La Trobe University Student Paramedic Association. The LASPA raised funds for an AED device back in 2019, and finally got the chance to deliver it last Wednesday. BAREC president Neil Patton expressed his thanks to the student paramedics. “BAREC is extremely grateful to LASPA and for their generous support,” he said. “The arrival of the defibrillator fulfils certain aspect...
Tags: Radio, NARS, Salem, Columbus, Hudson, Peter, Nashua, Chickasaw, ARRL, Everything Else, John E, Alvirne, Defib, Bendigo Amateur Radio and Electronics Club, La Trobe University Student Paramedic Association, LASPA


How Chris Columbus Convinced A Reluctant Alan Rickman To Star In Harry Potter

Chris Columbus is conductor of the nostalgia train, but considering this year marks the 20th anniversary of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," we'll let it slide. In a recent interview with the AV Club, Columbus let loose and told all sorts of behind the scenes stories about the making of the first film. If you're a potterhead, it has to be an especially exciting time, but even if you're only casually interested in what's going on, it is fascinating to see how an incredibly successful and ...
Tags: Movies, News, Robin Hood, Maggie Smith, Harry Potter, Richard Harris, Columbus, Alan Rickman, Snape, J K Rowling, Rickman, David Heyman, AV Club, Chris Columbus, Severus Snape Hogwarts, AV Club Columbus


Delay – “Switter Beat”

Twin brothers Austin and Ryan Eilbeck and their pal Jesse Wither (later of Stereogum favorites All Dogs) formed the pop-punk-ish indie rock band Delay way back in 1997 as teenagers in the Cleveland suburb of Berea. By 2003 they’d relocated to Columbus, where they set about becoming pillars of the local and national DIY scene, endlessly crisscrossing the country and playing and promoting countless shows at local bars and houses. Although they’ve never officially broken up, their most recent album...
Tags: Music, Austin, Cleveland, Columbus, Delay, New Music, Berea, Ryan Eilbeck, Jesse Wither


Getting Hosed in the August Garden; Another Letter from the Midwest

August 18, 2021 Cincinnati, Ohio  Dear Marianne, I apologize that I have again taken too long responding to your most recent letter. As you might recall, the main subject of your letter was how you managed to survive a great flood. The most harrowing part was about how your husband, Michael, using everything he learned about coming ashore on foreign beaches during his years with the Marine Corps, managed to ford raging waters to save two old vehicles, each of substantial sentimental value, fro...
Tags: Gardening, Cook, Time, America, Reddit, Marine Corps, Jane Austen, Kmart, Kia, Columbus, Michael, Cincinnati, Midwest, Chang, Phil, Marianne


Gauging Horticulture’s Place in the General Public’s Consciousness

October 16, 2021 Cincinnati, Ohio Dear Marianne, So good to receive your letter dated September 2nd. Is it possible that it’s already October 16th? I no longer have any sense for time. Every day I grind, attention set on the items on my to-do list that, left undone, are most likely to get me fired or killed. When I finally look up, it’s time for bed.  I should just stop making promises based on timely commitments. I can’t seem to finish things while they still matter.  But I have got a bit of an...
Tags: Utah, Gardening, New York, London, California, San Francisco, Karen, Ohio, San Jose, Baja, Columbus, Sarah, Paso Robles, Public Gardens, Cincinnati, Golden Gate Park


Chris Columbus Wants To Release His Three-Hour #PeevesCut Of Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

Have director's cuts gone too far? Do we really need multiple version of every movie? Does anyone actually want to see the pound sign Peeves cut of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone?" I mean, clearly yes because TheWrap wrote an entire article about it and #ReleaseThePeevesCut is a thing on Twitter, but someone has to ask the tough questions. I mean, I'm all for directors flexing their artistic vision and creating something special for the super fans, the people who will eat up anything that...
Tags: Movies, News, Youtube, Harry Potter, Warner Bros, Columbus, Rik Mayall, J K Rowling, Hogwarts, TheWrap, Mayall, Chris Columbus


Columbus Day Rose

This rose is a little hard to find in the US, but well worth a try. It was bred by Alan Meilland in France in 1992, on the 500th anniversary of Columbus' landing in the Americas. The hybrid tea rose Christophe Colomb® Var. Meironsse (or Christopher Columbus) is a shrub... [Author: Jane Berger]
Tags: Gardening, Holidays, France, US, Plants, Columbus, Roses, Christopher Columbus, Jane Berger, Christopher Columbus rose, Meilland International, Meilland roses, Columbus Day Rose, Alan Meilland


Morning Headlines: OPERS sues Facebook over investment loss; VP Harris to visit Columbus Friday

Ohio's largest public employee pension fund has sued Facebook; Vice President Kamala Harris will be Columbus on Friday to tout the $1 trillion infrastructure bill; Senate Republicans are preparing for a possible vote on a new Congressional district map Tuesday; and more stories.
Tags: Facebook, Senate, Ohio, Columbus, Kamala Harris, Congressional, VP Harris


Columbus is home to 2 new music venues: The King of Clubs and Howl at the Moon

Two new nightlife venues have opened recently in Columbus: The King of Clubs at the Continent and Howl at the Moon in the Arena District.        [Author: The Columbus Dispatch]
Tags: Religion, Columbus, Columbus Dispatch, Arena District, The Columbus Dispatch


Videos- The Talk After A Loss In Columbus

via Daniella Bruce tweets, “We better show up tomorrow night in Dallas and play a full 60 minutes.” - Dylan Larkin after tonight’s loss in Columbus. Jeff Blashill said the bigger picture is that this team needs to get better & tighten up defensively. Larkin is up first, below will be Blashill and game highlights when available.   Frustrated captain Dylan Larkin says his Red Wings need to learn how to put games away after a 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets on Monday. #LGRW p...
Tags: Sport, Dallas, Columbus, Dylan Larkin, Jeff Blashill, Blashill, Red Wings, Larkin, Daniella Bruce


Road Trip

from Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press, They start a four-game journey Monday at Columbus on a 4-1 roll, built largely at home but begun with little reminder of how quickly things change. Near the end of October, the Wings were feeling really good about themselves after an overtime victory at Washington, but then came an 0-3-1 stretch that made for an introspective day between games the first week of November. Red Wings center Pius Suter, center, celebrates his goal with Marc...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Wings, Buffalo, Columbus, Edmonton, Vegas, Jeff Blashill, Blashill, Red Wings, Detroit Free Press, Sabres, Tyler, Marc Staal, Tyler Bertuzzi, Helene St James


Daily Distraction: Watch the trailer for a Columbus-filmed horror movie out today

'Double Walker, starring Ohio native Sylvie Mix of 'Poser' as a ghost who haunts her Midwestern hometown, opens today in theaters and on demand        [Author: Columbus Alive]
Tags: Religion, Ohio, Columbus, Columbus Alive, Sylvie Mix of Poser


Chris Columbus Would Love To Make Harry Potter And The Cursed Child With The Movie Cast

Chris Columbus directed the inaugural two Harry Potter movies, the first of which, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week. He helped establish the franchise on film when the students of Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry were all young kids. The main actors, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint are all in their 30s now, which makes them about the same age as the adult versions of their characters in the stage play, "Harry Potter...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Broadway, Harry Potter, Harry, Johnny Depp, Rupert Grint, Harrison Ford, West End, Daniel Radcliffe, Columbus, Emma, J K Rowling, Dumbledore


#61 Is Going To The Rafters In Columbus

from the Columbus Blue Jackets, The Columbus Blue Jackets announced today that Rick Nash will be the first player in franchise history to have his jersey retired when his number 61 is raised to the rafters above Nationwide Arena prior to the Blue Jackets game against the Boston Bruins on Saturday, March 5. Nash is the franchise's all-time leader in games played, goals, assists and points as he registered 289 goals and 258 assists for 547 points with 568 penalty minutes in 674 game...
Tags: Sport, Columbus, Boston Bruins, Columbus Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, Rick, Rick Nash, Nash, Blue Jackets, John Davidson, Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy, NHL Foundation, John P McConnell


Staff pick: Hayes Carll at Skully's

The Nashville-via-Texas songwriter visits Columbus on the heels of yet another funny, charming, incisive and emotionally devastating album        [Author: Columbus Alive]
Tags: Texas, Religion, Nashville, Columbus, Hayes Carll, Columbus Alive


What I Read in October: Part 2

Happy Monday -- long time, no linking up. I know. In any case, here's part 2 of what I read in October. If you're interested, I posted (click through to see my thoughts). As on Friday, the books here are presented in no particular order. Note that my brief thoughts are also available on Goodreads. Thanks to the publishers and to Libro.fm for the print, digital, and/or audiobook review copies. The Taking of Jemima Boone: The True Story of the Kidnap and Rescue That Shaped America by Matthew P...
Tags: Books, New York, Kentucky, Disney, Earth, Shakespeare, Columbus, Sarah, Boone, Don, Jen, Greg, Greenfield, Friedman, Western Hemisphere, NDA


Getting Hosed in the August Garden; Another Letter from the Midwest

August 18, 2021 Cincinnati, Ohio  Dear Marianne, I apologize that I have again taken too long responding to your most recent letter. As you might recall, the main subject of your letter was how you managed to survive a great flood. The most harrowing part was about how your husband, Michael, using everything he learned about coming ashore on foreign beaches during his years with the Marine Corps, managed to ford raging waters to save two old vehicles, each of substantial sentimental value, fro...
Tags: Gardening, Cook, Time, America, Reddit, Marine Corps, Jane Austen, Kmart, Kia, Columbus, Michael, Cincinnati, Midwest, Chang, Phil, Marianne


Gauging Horticulture’s Place in the General Public’s Consciousness

October 16, 2021 Cincinnati, Ohio Dear Marianne, So good to receive your letter dated September 2nd. Is it possible that it’s already October 16th? I no longer have any sense for time. Every day I grind, attention set on the items on my to-do list that, left undone, are most likely to get me fired or killed. When I finally look up, it’s time for bed.  I should just stop making promises based on timely commitments. I can’t seem to finish things while they still matter.  But I have got a bit of an...
Tags: Utah, Gardening, New York, London, California, San Francisco, Karen, Ohio, San Jose, Baja, Columbus, Sarah, Paso Robles, Public Gardens, Cincinnati, Golden Gate Park


Nathan MacKinnon Out With Lower-Body Injury

Nathan MacKinnon will be out three weeks after suffering a lower-body injury Saturday against Columbus, per Jared Bednar. — Peter Baugh (@Peter_Baugh) November 10, 2021
Tags: Sport, Columbus, Nathan MacKinnon, Jared Bednar Peter Baugh


Columbus Mayor Proposes $5 Million Alternative 911 Program

The mayor of Ohio's capital city has proposed spending more than $5 million on a program offering an alternative to calling police for people in crisis.
Tags: Ohio, Columbus