Restaurant Week is back and bigger than ever! This year’s Restaurant Week, hosted by (614) Magazine and Marathon Petroleum Corporation, offers three-course menus from more than 120 Columbus-area restaurants with discounted prices ranging from $15-$35. That’s not all. For every picture posted during the week of Jan. 16-21, with the tag “#EAT614,” $1 will be […]

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will offer free admission on Monday, January 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “Martin Luther King Jr. taught us to appreciate uniqueness and diversity in one another. In that spirit, we invite all to enjoy a free visit on this national holiday,” […]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhDBRfYQGH4 The Cleveland Zoo has reported that 32-year-old western lowland gorilla Bebac has died of heart disease. Bebac was diagnosed back in 2008 with heart problems. Shortly after his health improved with a changed in diet and medication to control his high blood pressure. This is a common health condition for gorillas in zoos. But […]

Be honest folks, if you saw a Trump supporter stuck in a ditch would you stop to help them out? Well, an Ohio man’s answer to that was “Hell No!” The Ohio resident, Troy Brown, was driving on one snowy day and saw a car stuck on the side of the road. However, Brown decided to take […]

Former University of Cincinnati basketball player Kenyon Martin is having some choice words with his former NBA coach. The former Bearcat and NBA player took to Twitter, this week, to respond to some comments ex-Denver Nuggets coach George Karl made in his book, Furious George. According to the New York Post, Karl wrote, “Kenyon (Martin) […]

The public will be given eight hours on Friday (December 16) to pay their respects to John Glenn as the American hero lies in state at Ohio’s capitol building. A spokesman said Saturday that Glenn would lie in repose in the Statehouse Rotunda from noon to 8 p.m. under a proposal set for final approval by […]

Let’s face it, the nation is still divided since Donald Trump won the election. With major cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C. protesting the president-elect, right here in Columbus residents band together with the join the nation’s protest. “We can’t stand by and let hate take over this country,” Stephen Cornell said. […]

Two missed two field goals by Cincinnati Bengals kicker Mike Nugent left the Bengals in a tie game with the Washington Football Team at 27 a piece. Tyler Eifert suited up for his first game of the season, catching a touchdown and nine receptions for 102 yards. The Bengals have a bye, this week. Their […]

You always heard the saying, “All it takes is one person to ruin it for everybody.” Well, that seems to be the case as national news has been reporting on clowns trying to lure children across the country and becoming more evil than happy. Now, Newark City Schools are banning clown costumes for Halloween this […]

Cincinnati, join Praise 1230 & Old School 100.3 for the 2nd Annual Health Day 2016 this Sunday, October 9th.   Offering free mammograms, mental health first aid training, high blood pressure seminar, and health leadership training.  Cincy First Ladies for Health is now offering health programs to the churches throughout the year.  *List of Participating Locations […]