October 2005 Issue
|Bound for Columbus
P Useful Links www.experiencecolumbus.com www.bluejackets.com www.arena-district.comwww.colszoo.org www.thewilds.org www.cosi.org www.magicmountainonline.com www.columbusmuseum.org www.motorcyclemuseum.org www.fpconservatory.org www.nicklausmuseum.org www.capa.com www.columbussymphony.com www.wexarts.org www.shadowboxcabaret.com www.columbusarts.com www.northmarket.com eople who return to Columbus after years away from the city are prone to say, "I can't believe how much this place has changed." No long...
Never mind that his dream of building a monument to espionage, the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., is now mission accomplished. Never mind that Cleveland-area baby boomers fondly remember his radio station, WMMS-FM: the 1970s powerhouse that helped launch the careers of music icons David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen. Never mind that he was instrumental in bringing The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum to the Buckeye state. What really makes Milton Maltz smile, what really makes his eyes...
Head For the Hills
Finding Your Way in the Hocking Hills The Hocking Hills are located primarily in Hocking County, in southeastern Ohio. The center of this region is Logan, located along U.S. Rte. 33 about 60 miles from Columbus. There are at least two web sites offering information about lodging, dining and recreation. See www.1800Hocking.com or www.hockinghills.com . Both sites will connect would-be visitors to searchable lodging listings, where you can select your accommodations based on the amenities you want. ...
On the Rise
When You Go ... Newark Earthworks Day, on Oct. 22, features a variety of seminars and entertainment. Here is a sampling of the scheduled events: 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m: Presentations on contemporary Native Americans and contemporary issues link the past to the present. 3:30 p.m.-6 p.m: Ray Hively, Robert Horn, Bradley Lepper and Tom Burns discuss lunar alignment. 6:30 p.m.: Contemporary Native American Dance by Rosalie Jones ("Day Star"). 7 p.m.: Buses begin transport to the Octagon Earthworks 10:14 p.m.: Moo...
The 'Secrets' of Amish Cooking
Autumn Bounty: Shop Like the Amish Pick your own apples and pumpkins at Moreland Fruit Farms near Wooster, or at Scenic Ridge Orchard near Ashland. Stock up on staples at Ashery Country Store, one of the bulk-food stores the Amish frequent for everything from spices and flour to enormous jars of Marshmallow Creme. Check out Lehmanâ€™s Hardware in Kidron for all the utensils and gadgets you need for grating, grinding, drying and canning. Finally, fill your car with produce from the Mount Hope Produce Auc...
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