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Columbus Dispatch web producer from Appalachian Ohio. INFJ. I'm here to learn, to share, and to make dumb jokes.

Facebook research: 'Dog people have more friends'

dispatch.com — By: Susannah Elliott To celebrate International Cat Day on Aug. 8, Research at Facebook announced data insights culled from 160,000 of its users in the United States. Using object recognition technology that is designed to help blind people know what types of photos are being shared on Facebook, the social network's researchers identified "dog people" and "cat people" based on how many photos of each type of animal the user shared on Facebook.

'Hamilton' headed to Cleveland for Playhouse Square's 2017-2018 season

dispatch.com — By: Susannah Elliott "Hamilton" creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda announced today that Cleveland's Playhouse Square would host the Tony-winning musical during the venue's 2017-2018 KeyBank Broadway series. Exact dates aren't yet available, but more information can be found at playhousesquare.org/hamilton.

Has Columbus finally outgrown its cowtown reputation?

dispatch.com — By: Susannah Elliott Photo: Adam Cairns | Dispatch This blog has noted dozens of times in recent years that visiting writers from national publications have returned to their newsrooms to write gushing, but incredulous, stories about Columbus. You know, the 15th-largest U.S. city that most Americans still seem to dismiss as flyover country.

Columbus Answers: What happens to yard waste after it's left at the curb?

dispatch.com — Ever wondered what happens to the leaves, grass clippings, twigs and other green waste you set on the curb for collection? If you live in Columbus, it eventually may end up right back in your yard -- likely in the garden, as mulch, soil or compost.

PromoWest Fest lineup includes Walk the Moon, Modest Mouse, Brand New

dispatch.com — By: Susannah Elliott PromoWest Productions today announced the lineup for its first three-day PromoWest Fest, to be held near McFerson Commons and North Bank Park in the Arena District July 15 to 17. Headliners include Modest Mouse, Snoop Dogg, Brand New and Ohio indie-rock quartet Walk the Moon.

'I have a limited imagination driven mostly by Simpsons flashbacks': K-Joy's best tweets

10 Collectors on Rare Star Wars Toys They Covet -- Vulture

vulture.com — You may have heard that the Force awoken on December 18. To provide an outlet for our excitement, we've assembled another Vulture Advent Calendar - in this case, 25 Star Wars -themed stories, one per day until Christmas. None of them will involve midi-chlorians.

Columbus Answers: What are the 'tubes' sticking out of the river by Spring Street?

dispatch.com — What are the two black tubes sticking out of the Olentangy River by Spring Street? Are they still being used? - Robert Cornell, Hilliard There's a section of Nationwide Boulevard that had a former life as Dublin Avenue, and it stretched all the way across the Olentangy River.

Columbus Answers: Is it illegal to turn on your car to warm it up before getting in?

dispatch.com — It's a freezing morning, and you look out at your car from inside a toasty house, dreading having to grip a chilly steering wheel while your breath fogs up the windows. Would it be all right to turn on the ignition to warm up the interior - and maybe melt some ice on the windshield - and finish up your morning routine from the cozy confines of home?

What to do with leftover Halloween candy

tauntongazette.com — If you overestimated how many kids would knock on your door for Halloween treats this year, there are plenty of ways to put that extra candy to good use - and that doesn't mean settling on the couch with a bag of fun-sized Snickers.
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Sep 27, 2016

Why don't all Columbus airport signs say "John Glenn" yet? For one, not all of the $775k signage costs were budgeted https://t.co/zZopINRy8y https://t.co/7q9HeMVQKB

Sep 27, 2016

@MistiCrane Hahaha I just remembered that what he actually said was "If I thought I'd live long enough, I'd go into the stripping business."

Sep 27, 2016

@MistiCrane But I definitely was taken aback for a second. What a weird thing to say to a girl who's just trying to buy a can of wood stain.

Sep 27, 2016

@MistiCrane He meant because dark stains are in right now and he thinks the next trend will be light, and everyone will want to strip it

Sep 27, 2016

@MistiCrane Elderly cashier at Woodcraft once said, while selling me a dark stain, that he wished he could get into the "stripping business"

Sep 26, 2016

RT @NiceGuyTechOH: @XanaE @TIME What's offensive abt calling an entire group of ppl unsophisticated, country folk? Everyone loves a go… https://t.co/WsEitgJwOc

Sep 26, 2016

You might not think "hillbilly" is pejorative, but people in my hometown are offended by @TIME story's 2nd sentence:  http://ti.me/2cwP86Q 

Sep 23, 2016

I know this is gross if you get it, but DAE sing the end of "Screaming Infidelities" to themselves while cleaning their bathroom?


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