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Stebenne, the Ohio State professor, says the city benefits from not having quite the same pitched labor or school desegregation battles that other Ohio cities had. The city also annexed land, which has allowed it to keep taxes relatively low. “It had a very committed group of civic leaders and a culture of working together and it’s not a confrontational town.
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SILBERNER: Right, and they can’t breathe anything out of that. You know, there is a history. This isn’t the first time this has happened. If you’re coming from Europe, it’s usually the same. If you’re coming from England or the US, it’s the kind they use in Europe, so yes, you will need a power converter. Note that it gets pretty complicated from here on out, as there are both 4mm and 5mm plugs, and some of the newer sockets use a grounding (third) pin.
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Movies were a family affair in the Earle household, the seven of us piling into a Ford station wagon bound for the Towne Twin Drive in Cinema. “A dollar a carload,” the sign announced. Dad cheerfully handed over his dollar and was directed to an empty space where he parked, rolled down the window and reached out to lift the speaker from its cradle and hang it inside the door.