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Columbus news roundup: Columbus among the worst for winter

Is Columbus the worst for winter?
We’re not the worst, but we’re close. says Cleveland ranks No. 1 for bad winters. Right behind are Boston and New York. Considering the two storms we’ve endured this week, perhaps CBus should move up the list.
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Buckeye 'Idol' goes to Hollywood
There is some Buckeye representation in Hollywood this week. Bosa Mora, 22, of Columbus, got the golden ticket to the next round on Fox’s “American Idol” which begins tonight.
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The Lantern

Limp Bizkit returns for Rock on the Range
More than 38 bands will invade Crew Stadium in May for two days of rock. The two-day line-up includes-timer “Rangers” Rob Zombie, Godsmack , the return of Limp Bizkit and the festival solo debut of Slash.
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Rock on the Range

Buckeye Hall of Fame to rise from the ashes
OSU inked a deal to open a new sports bar and restaurant in the Grandview Yard development called the Buckeye Hall of Fame Grill. It will be similar to the recently closed Buckeye Hall of Fame Café with lots of Buckeye Stuff and a stone’s throw from the ‘Shoe. Only it’ll be a lot smaller than the recently shuttered behemoth. Here’s hoping the food and service are better and the prices more affordable. There’s only so much we’re willing to take to eat in the shadow of a Heisman Trophy.
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