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The History of the Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop

The History of the Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop

[bbrvideo]Heraghty_Popcorn_pkg[/bbrvideo] Nestled between the roaring falls and quiet local shops, lies a piece of history in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. [bbrvideo]Heraghty_Popcorn_Extended[/bbrvideo] The Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop holds an intriguing history, and that history may be how it manages to thrive today‚Äôs modern market, after ownership changes, physical damage, and more. Sitting between the Chagrin Falls waters and a string of local shops, the Popcorn Shop is one of the oldest buildings in Chagrin. The building first began in 1875, as an…

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Learning the Ropes at Kent State’s Rec Center

Learning the Ropes at Kent State’s Rec Center

Physical fitness is a common New Year’s resolution, but how can Kent State students get started if they don’t know what to do? KSU Rec Marketing Coordinator Abby Milsaps tells us how a complete newbie can begin their fitness journey. [bbrvideo]RecHealth_Heraghty_pkg2[/bbrvideo]

Fashion Veterans Give Advice to Kent State Students

Fashion Veterans Give Advice to Kent State Students

Kent State Students got advice from women who have been through it all in the fashion world. During the hour long conference, students could hear about design and marketing techniques, the rise of the internet store, and how to get connections. [bbrvideo]fashionadvice_Heraghty_Package2[/bbrvideo]

Rentable Transport on Kent State’s Campus

Rentable Transport on Kent State’s Campus

With crowded walkways, late buses, and packed parking lots, Kent State students have other options of crossing campus: Rentable Transport. Students can pick from KSU’s rentable nike service Flashfleet, or from Zip Car, a rentable car service. [bbrvideo]RentableTransport_Heraghty_Package1[/bbrvideo]  

Homecoming Parade Faces Rain

Homecoming Parade Faces Rain

Kent State Students showed their pride in the face of heavy rain and cold last Saturday, during the Homecoming parade. Parade walkers passed out candy and necklaces, while groups and organizations smiled and waved. Even with the unfortunate weather, about 80% of the registered organization still showed. [bbrvideo]HOCO_HERAGHTY_VOSOT[/bbrvideo]