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The Silent Majority – What is Left of German Culture in Southern Ohio?

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It is well-known that the American population today is composed of many different cultures and ethnicities. Some of them are still quite prominently visible, as they make up a big number of the current population. Food, cultural events or language usage might be indicators of these cultures. By the time of the first European settlements… Read More

Speaking With Erika Wennerstrom About Her ‘Sweet Unknown’

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Erika Wennerstrom’s debut solo effort is aptly titled Sweet Unknown, and perhaps could be considered a nine-song exploration of one person’s deftly articulated struggle with just that, the unknown, be it sweet or not so much. In late 2015, Wennerstrom’s band, the Austin-based Heartless Bastards, went on hiatus for a number of months, giving her… Read More

Ohio Could Target E-School Founder’s Home As It Seeks $60M

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has provided new details of assets he might try to recover from the founder of a now-defunct online charter school. Cleveland.com reports the information regarding Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow founder Bill Lager appeared Friday in a court filing by DeWine, the Republican gubernatorial nominee. DeWine has… Read More

Sherlock Season 4 on MASTERPIECE Scheduled to Repeat – Episode 3, September 3


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“We all have a past, Watson. Ghosts. They are the shadows that define our every sunny day…” Sherlock will return to screens with three episodes from Season Four, promising laughter, tears, shocks, surprises and some extraordinary adventures. It begins with the nation’s favorite detective, the mercurial Sherlock Holmes, back once more on British soil, as… Read More