by Danny Cross
Ohio political season will be in full
force today as Mitt Romney visits a manufacturing company in Carthage
to discuss the manufacturing industry and trade, Barack Obama will be in Cleveland
talking about the economy and Rob Portman, a candidate to be Romney's
vice presidential running mate, will be in Washington D.C. telling
the Faith and Freedom Coalition that it's still really important to
have religious freedom.
Some Columbia-Tusculum residents are
upset about the proposed design of new apartment buildings on the
corner of Delta Avenue and Columbia Parkway. The 76-unit Delta Flats'
design was apparently supposed to fit into the nearby business
district, which includes the Precinct restaurant.
China doesn't want to have sanctions on
Syria, and Russia is reportedly still selling Syria weapons.
OPEC has decided to keep oil output on
hold, meaning Saudi Arabia gets to decide if gas costs go up.
A new poll suggests that Americans
blame George W. Bush more for America's economic issues than
HBO and showrunners for its new
medieval show Game of Thrones have apologized for using Bush's head
on a stake in a scene where one of the dudes shows someone a line of
traitors' heads on stakes.
Surgeons replaced a 10-year-old girl's
has blood vessel with one grown with her own stem cells. The vein was
taken from a dead person, stripped of its cells and then coated in
the girls' stem cells. Doctors says there has been a “striking”
improvement in her quality of life, according to the BBC.
Nokia will cut 10,000 jobs by the end
of 2013 after being hit hard by both expensive competitors like the
iPhone and cheaper Android models.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain
threw a perfect game against the Houston Astros last night. It
included an awesome diving catch by outfielder Gregor Blanco in the
Green businesses find a home in Columbia-Tusulum
0 Comments · Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Greener Stock is in its infancy and has occupied its space in Columbia-Tusculum for a little more than two months. Seemingly on the other end of the spectrum but right across the street, Green Dog Cafe is the latest restaurant venture from owner/executive chef Mary Swortwood.