Comprehensive Dentistry for the entire family including general, cosmetic and orthodontic care. Columbus Family Dental is guiding you through a lifetime of healthy smiles! By combining advanced dental technology and a skilled staff, Columbus Family Dental will make you and your family more comfortable than you ever thought was possible. Our entire staff is dedicated to providing you with personalized, gentle care that you deserve and expect. If your dental needs are a complete exam and cleaning, a full mouth restoration, or anything in between, we promise to provide you with exceptional care as we enhance the natural beauty of your smile. Columbus Family Dental is always accepting new patients, and you will find convenient and on-time appointments. We invite you to visit us online at www.columbusfamilydental.com to tour our new clinic. Take advantage of this great offer and find out why Columbus Family Dental welcomes you to a fantastic dental experience! … [Read more...] about Columbus Family Dental
None Lauren Walz, left, escorted her daughter Lucy Walz (2) as Louisville’s basketball team boarded buses outside the Yum Center practice facility on their way to Columbus, Oh. to compete in the NCAA Final Four. Walz is the wife of head coach Jeff Walz. Mar. 27, 2018 Sam Upshaw Jr./Courier Journal … [Read more...] about Louisville basketball heads to Final Four in Columbus
Nearly a full calendar year has passed since gravity — or, inevitability, Geno Auriemma would tell you — pulled Mississippi State guard Morgan William's overtime buzzer-beater through the net at last season's Final Four in Dallas. Auriemma smiled immediately afterward, a "that figures" look from a coach who had just watched the abrupt ending of a 111-game winning streak."I've always known this, and it's common sense," Auriemma said Tuesday during a teleconference. "The more you keep winning, the closer you're getting to your next loss, because you can't win forever. So for anybody to think that we were going to win four national championships in a row and then five and then six and then seven, it's ridiculous. For anyone to think that we're going to win 300 games in a row, that's nonsense."The details weren't set until that night, during a national semifinal on March 31, 2017, but Auriemma knew it would be some team, some kid, some play, sometime."So the way the game played … [Read more...] about UConn Holds Rally Before Departing For Final Four In Columbus, Where Notre Dame Awaits
The store is located in a small strip of handsome red brick, pre-Civil War buildings that once housed general stores, a saloon and a nickelodeon movie theater. Visitors will see a "Willkommen" sign and a garden path lined with park benches, reminiscent of a European outdoor cafe. Above the entrance in a patio filled with low-priced books hang both U.S. and German flags. The interior is truly a warren of interconnected rooms. The shop provides a map to guide intrepid readers on their quest to locate literary gems among the tomes. Every inch of the 32 rooms are filled with books on wooden shelves. Narrow hallways, with barely enough room to squeeze past other patrons, lead to more rooms, or to nooks and cul-de-sacs, to stairs, bends and dead-ends. Open seven days a week, and brimming with 150,000 individual titles and over 500,000 books in stock, The Book Loft also brims with shoppers. At times almost cramped with bookworms, the store is one of the nation's largest independent bookstores … [Read more...] about Get lost in 32 rooms of books at the Book Loft in Columbus
Chicago just had its official visit from the Amazon HQ2 scouts. Developers and city workers did some "sprucing up" in advance of visits last Tuesday and Wednesday. The Chicago Tribune said it was no ordinary spring cleaning. Crews blasted away graffiti and cleaned vacant lots near sites that Chicago pitched to Amazon to be its second headquarters future home. Developers also put up large architectural renderings of their projects. The Tribune also reported that only five of the 10 proposed sites were visited. It sounds like Amazon is narrowing down its selections on paper in advance of boots on the ground. There's only so much time left in its self-imposed 2018 deadline. The Ohio State University student newspaper, The Lantern, took credit Friday for putting Columbus in the running for HQ2. The paper quoted Amazon spokesman Adam Sedo saying Ohio State's ability to provide a talented workforce was "a key driver" for landing on the list of 20 cities being considered for … [Read more...] about This week in Amazon-o-mania: Chicago visit, check. Denver tallies Amazon chips. Ohio State props Columbus.