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  • Remembering a Day of Infamy

    Check out this in-depth look at the attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Senior-seminar project

    SARAH SOLE/THISWEEK
    Senior Aaron Westbrook has collected cups from New Albany High School's coffee shop to create a 3-D-printed prosthetic arm from the recycled plastic to give to Maddie Horvath, a Powell first-grader. He is using the project to complete his senior seminar, a graduation requirement for New Albany High School students. He has made several other prosthetics since creating his first prosthetic arm as a sophomore.

    3-D-printed prosthetics model future

    For Aaron Westbrook, the answer of where to find recycled material to fabricate a prosthetic arm was on the bottom of a plastic coffee cup.
  • FRED SQUILLANTE/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    Umbrellas and raincoats were common attire at the Village Lights celebration Dec. 4, but the persistent rain didn't dampen attendees' holiday spirit. This group enjoyed treats outside the Red Stable, 223 E Kossuth St. Businesses throughout the village were decorated for the event and many offers treats and specials to attendees. The event is organized by the German Village Business Community group.

    Rain doesn't dampen spirit of Village Lights

  • Weather where you live

    Team predicts first measurable snowfall

    When can we expect our first snow of the season?
  • Marching Orders

    Check out ThisWeek's new special section devoted to the U.S. Armed Forces, with videos, stories, military notes, links and a veterans resource guide.
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Sports

  • Football

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    Hartley's Anthony Whitney celebrates the Hawks' 24-21 win over Steubenville in the Division IV state championship game Dec. 2 at Ohio State.

    Hawks down Steubenville on field goal to defend title

    It had been more than a decade and a half since a Central District program accomplished what the Hartley High School football team did Dec. 2 when it captured its second consecutive Division IV state championship.
  • Boys Basketball

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    Sophomore forward Max Martz (right) is among the key returnees for the Upper Arlington boys basketball team and 16th-year coach Tim Casey.

    UA features deep, talented lineup

    Upper Arlington High School boys basketball coach Tim Casey knows as well as anyone that this year's team boasts some star power.
  • Super 25 football team

    Aaron Latiolais, Heath

    Latiolais rarely came off field for Bulldogs

    With the first undefeated regular season in the Heath High School football team's 53-year history on the line Oct. 28 against Johnstown, Aaron Latiolais was ready for the challenge.
  • Athletes of the Year

    Honorees highlight 2016 fall season

    As the fall season winds down, it’s time to announce our Athletes of the Year.
St. Charles Roundup

Basketball team has new look

After winning back-to-back CCL titles, the St. Charles Preparatory School basketball team has a new plan of action.
DeSales Roundup

Four starters return for boys basketball team

DeSales High School boys basketball coach Joe Bills spent about 10 minutes at the podium during the inaugural CCL media day Nov. 20 in the school's Franciscan Center.
City League Roundup

Beechcroft boys intend to contend in North race

Starting in 1995, the only teams to represent the City League-North Division in the league championship game have been the Northland and Brookhaven high school boys basketball teams.
Whitehall-Yearling Roundup

Boys squad hopes to show progression

Whitehall-Yearling High School boys basketball coach Drew Williams calls his team "a work in progress," but that doesn't mean his confidence has wavered.
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Arts.Food.Fun

  • JONATHAN QUILTER/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    Austin Harrison steams a meal at CoreLife Eatery at 8742 Sancus Blvd. at Polaris on Nov. 30. Central Ohio's latest quick-serve restaurant, which allows patrons to build their own bowl-based meals, encourages diners to enjoy a healthful meal as part of an active lifestyle.

    CoreLife promotes healthful food, lifestyle

    CoreLife Eatery doesn't demand customers eat well -- but it's strongly encouraged.
  • BARBARA J. PERENIC/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    General manager Keli Flanagan said the new Napa Kitchen & Bar in Dublin is "trying to accommodate all kinds of different dining experiences."

    Dublin's Napa eatery raises toast to West Coast

    Napa Kitchen & Bar should give Dublin a taste of California wine country.
  • JONATHAN QUILTER/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    Co-owners Aaron Mercier (left) and John Havens first met as students at the Wellington School in Upper Arlington. They've opened Rooks Tavern, a dry-rub barbecue restaurant on Chittenden Avenue near the Ohio State campus.

    Founders hope patrons crow about Rooks Tavern

    Rooks Tavern is using primitive cooking techniques -- smoke and fire -- to enhance a modern, sophisticated menu.

Historic house will be transformed into brewpub

When Keith Dailey took his wife, Kim, into the historic Dierker Road structure he and business partner John G. Chess hope to turn into the Northwest Side's first brewpub, she recognized the place instantly.

Staff Q&A:

Is zucchini bread overrated?
Block's Bagels

New year holds promise of new chapter

Block's Bagels, an East Side community landmark that will mark its 50th anniversary this month, is scheduled to reopen in early 2017 at 3012 E. Broad St.

Spurlock: Holy Chicken not a hoax

Time will tell whether Holy Chicken is a scam or sincere. But its founder and independent filmmaker, Morgan Spurlock, said the fast-food concept is here to stay and he plans to make Columbus home to Holy Chicken's first brick-and-mortar restaurant.
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