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  2017 was a year of sadness as we all we forced to say goodbye to a legendary piece of our childhood when Toys ‘R’ Us officially closed its doors. The iconic toy store went bankrupt which eventually ended a legacy spanning over more than 60 years. Toys ‘R’ Us was founded in 1948. Just […]

Source: Andrew Chin / GettyTory Lanez has been coming through with the entertainment during this viral pandemic. His Instagram Live was booming from his Quarantine Radio Show, so much so his page was deactivated after a little raunchy activity went on during his Lives. But that most certainly did not stand in his way. All […]

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  Many people are finding themselves dealing with not only the coronavirus crisis, but also a rapidly depleting financial crisis. According to the current statistics, minorities are struggling at a higher rate than others. More so, African-Americans are being heavily impacted by the effects of this global pandemic. Local non-profit organization, The Columbus Urban League, […]

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On Christmas Eve, Rev. Dr. Julia Wharff Piermont made the announcement that the church would help households who have medical debt the church raised $15,000 for about 1,200 families in Franklin County. They worked with “RIP Medical Debt” The national nonprofit takes donations from places like churches, purchases debt for pennies on the dollar, and […]

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  The holiday is a beautiful season full of kind hearts and major give back. Many people make it point to seek out certain charities or organizations they can donate to, whether it be money, toiletries, toys, or clothes and shoes. In a purely selfless act, and a little push sparked from news coverage, four […]

  LeBron James’ job is never done. While off the court, he is always striving to make change and help offer better opportunities for underprivileged children and families. Now, LeBron and his I PROMISE school will now provide transition housing for students and their families who are in need of a healthy living environment. The […]

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  Columbus City Council member, Shayla Favor, believes there is an urgent need to provide help to people facing eviction. On Tuesday, she announced that $300,000 has been allocated for an Eviction Prevention Program. “We’ve heard the stories. We know the statistics and impact on the community,” said Favor. “Most of the people we encounter […]

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Kids going back to school leads to some families struggling to feed their family. Local pantry in Worthington is trying to help those who may be struggling to feed their families as children go back to school. The Worthington Resource Pantry help serve Northern Franklin and southern Delaware counties. People can shop at their pantry […]

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The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio and COSI have been partners for years and SWAOC wanted everyone to know how to properly recycle. This exhibit was already in place at COSI and they just incorporated the new game. This game teaches families what should be recycled and what shouldn’t it also allows you to […]

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The zoo wants to honor those who serve our country. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is allowing past and current military members and their family in the attraction for free on Sunday. Active-duty service members and veterans will need to present their military ID or other proof of service to get free admission. Military personnel’s […]

Spirit gives advice about “dating with integrity” to a woman interested in a dating multiple men. Then, a woman calls in asking for advice about an imbalance in trust in her relationship, which is the source of a divide in her marriage to her husband of 5 years. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Rickey Smiley […]

Spirit was in the studio hanging out with the morning show cast! After Gary With Da Tea‘s shenanigans, she gives s some great advice to two women in long-term serious relationships. First, a woman calls with a plea for help in getting her otherwise drama-free man’s baby mamas to fall in line and stop keeping […]