Sports Writer, Columbus Dispatch
Features reporter for the Columbus Dispatch. I survived seven years on the OSU football beat and all I got was this lousy Twitter account.
dispatch.com — When the 21st annual Komen Race for the Cure begins Saturday morning, 40,000 people are expected to take part - the lowest number since 2007 and 20 percent fewer than the record high of two years ago. With fundraising up this year, however, Komen officials say they aren't concerned.
dispatch.com — By Ken Gordon The Columbus Dispatch Thursday May 9, 2013 5:52 AM There is only one reason to put up with a job that involves traveling 30,000 miles and working 50 weeks a year. "I love it - I absolutely love doing what I do," said Alexander Lacey, a big-cat trainer and presenter for Ringling Bros.
dispatch.com — Sometimes a person must overcome his name. Children of infamous criminals know this all too well. Successful people, too, must sometimes overcome their family legacy. Oscar-winner Richard D. Zanuck might have gotten his foot in the door with his name, but the colorful character used his Hollywood upbringing as a foundation for a career that connected him to the biggest names in Tinseltown.
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