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Look of the Week: Vrenae

@vrenae looks perfectly prepped to face the cold in her cozy and textured sweater

New Boutique Opens in Powell

The Port, a kitchen-focused boutique by the owner of decor shop Elm & Iron, opens in Powell on Thursday

A Christmas to Cure Cancer Concert Brings Holiday Spirit to Columbus Zoo

Enjoy festive music, a live auction, dinner and drinks at the zoo during the A Christmas to Cure Cancer concert

Performer Miranda July at the Wexner Center

Miranda July will perform New Society at the Wex on Nov. 20
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The owners of Fritzy Jacobs on the shop's vibe, their favorite item and their best business tip

Holiday Cocktail Style: Columbus Fashion at The Pearl

With holiday cocktail parties on the horizon, we looked to jewelry for inspiration. Here, we show wow-worthy gems—and the looks they inspired— at the Short North’s popular culinary jewel, The Pearl.

Best Houses in Columbus: A Modern-Day Castle in Johnstown

With a blissful backdrop and ambitious vision, a Central Ohio couple takes country living to new heights in a magnificent Johnstown manor
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Florida woman latest to accuse Cosby of forced sex

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — A Florida woman who came forward Thursday became the fourth in recent weeks to say Bill Cosby gave her pills that made he feel groggy then forced himself on her sexually.

Victoria's Secret may hold fashion show overseas next year

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is making its London debut this year and could go overseas again next year.

CBS news chairman stepping down

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager, who has been running the network's news division along with "60 Minutes" for the past four years, said Thursday that he's stepping down from the chief executive role to concentrate on the newsmagazine.

CBS news chairman stepping down

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager says he is leaving that role after four years to go back to his former full-time job as top producer at "60 Minutes."