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A record number of Ohioans are expected to travel this holiday weekend, according to AAA Ohio Auto Club.

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This week on Tech Tuesday, we'll discuss the recent uptick in Bitcoin's value and volatility and what that means for the future of the cryptocurrency. Then, navigating social media can come with a number of psychological and behavioral pitfalls in its design and use. Author Guy Harrison offers critical thinking strategies to resist misinformation and manipulation online.


Ohio's Department of Transportation says it has tried, where possible, to reduce the size of work zones on roadways for what is expected to be a busy long weekend of travel around the Christmas holiday.

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This holiday season, join Classical 101 for the very best music fit for any occasion. Here's a quick peak at some of the great programming we have in store between December 19th - January 1st. We're here to help you celebrate, remember and enjoy the season of giving with the best of the classical repertoire. 

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In a home in southeast Columbus, the cheery glow of a Christmas tree brightens the living room. The holiday may be more than a week away, but for Allison Carlisle’s family, gift-giving has already started.

And she has Nationwide Children's Hospital, not Santa, to thank.  

Black Girl Magic

Black girls are magic, so why shouldn't the holidays be, too?

That's the line of thinking behind the Malaika Mentoring Program's Black Girl Magic Holiday Drive on December 14, a first-of-its-kind gift drive.

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You listen to Classical 101 every day in your car, in the kitchen as you cook, maybe even with your headphones at work. But have you taken part in joining the Classical 101 team to provide music all day, every day?

This holiday season—this Thursday, December 8th, specifically— the Classical 101 team would like to invite you to join in and help give the gift of music... And perhaps even take home a CD or two in return. 

Holiday Events in Central Ohio

Dec 22, 2011

11:00 Are you looking for something to do over this holiday season? This hour of "All Sides" is all about holiday events in central Ohio, including exclusive coverage of First Night Columbus and other New Year's Eve events. Guests

Holiday Cooking and Food

Dec 22, 2011

10:00 Is food prep the most stressful part of your holiday season? Or, on the other hand, is it your favorite part? Either way, we'll talk with central Ohio food devotees about holiday food and cooking on this hour of "All Sides." Guests

The best values in electronic gifts and gadgets, with Consumer Reports senior web editor Paul Eng. Also, an interview with cast members from the musical “Rock of Ages," Patrick Lewallan and Casey Tuma.

Holiday Theater Traditions

Nov 29, 2010

Theatrical traditions that bring out the magic and deeper meaning of the holidays, with Hair Theatre creator Pat Wynn Brown, Columbus Dance Theatre artistic director Tim Veach and The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business lecturer and co-founder of SpeakerSite Artie Isaac.

Holiday Cheer and Charity

Nov 24, 2010

Making the holidays brighter for Central Ohio families and foster children, with the “Bike Ladyâ€? Kate Koch Gatch, Franklin County Children’s Services Holiday Wish program director Megan Stevens and Salvation Army community relations coordinator Alice Hohl.

Scary movies and screenings around Central Ohio, with The Other Paper film critic Hope Madden, Columbus Dispatch film critic Nick Chordas, and Columbus Alive film critic Brad Keefe.

The best ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Central Ohio, with First Night Columbus executive director Mike Collins, Columbus Alive managing editor Brian Lindamood and Columbus Underground founder Walker Evans.

Stress-Free Holiday Meals

Dec 10, 2009

How to make holiday meals and entertaining stress-free and enjoyable, with author and Food Network’s “Nigella Feastsâ€? host Nigella Lawson.