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November 2015 Edition

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I've been a Midwesterner for 11 years now, transplanted from the East Coast, where it was no biggie to take the train to New York City for a day.

The New Columbus Museum of Art

The Columbus Museum of Art has just unveiled its new and bigger self! And it offers families more learning and art-appreciation opportunities than ever. Read on to find out all the big and little details that make an already great museum even greater now!

Babies and Beer

On a recent Tuesday during happy hour, a lady with a beer in one hand used the other to pat the butt of a napping baby bouncing in a BabyBjörn sling.

How Much Is That College in the Window?

'Tis the season - to fill out college applications. Yes, in addition to Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, millions of parents and students also experience the joy of applying for college this time of year.

Family and the holidays

Don't look now, but they're coming. You probably can't hide; some of them will be staying at your house.

Fabric tree

This fabric tree is simple to make and uses up fabric scraps leftover from other craft projects.

Literary Lessons

My family likes to hunt for picture-book biographies at the library.

Pierogi Mountain

Pierogi were one of the earliest foods I introduced the boys to when they were little.They love the doughy dumplings stuffed with potatoes and cheese or sauerkraut.

Adopt Dot Com

When an adoption plan fell through for Sarah and Doug Pirtle this summer, the Worthington couple didn't get mad. They got digital.

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