People ages 13-18 all over the nation are mourning the loss of 400 Rue 21 stores. This will leave only 700 locations for young adults to get faux diamond jewelry and the latest trends in fringe ankle boots.
They posted this to their Facebook page:
There are five locations in the Columbus area. We aren’t sure which stores will close or when but we do know you can still get all the items to meet your teen fashion needs at their online sore.
A group of people marched down Sawmill Road over the weekend waving a flag considered to be an iteration of the Nazi Germany war banner.
State Representative Beth Liston posted photos to Facebook of several individuals walking on a sidewalk, some carrying American Flags, others carrying Trump 2020 flags, and one carrying a bright green flag that she says is used by the alt-right to represent hate.
Another person pictured is waving a "Proud Boys" banner which represents a far-right organization that only admits men.
"We must all unequivocally condemn this message. #NoPlaceForHate," wrote Liston
According to the SPL Center, the green flag carried by one of the men in the photo is the “national flag of Kekistan” that mimics a German Nazi war flag.
"Alt-righters are particularly fond of the way the banner trolls liberals who recognize its origins." —SPL Center website
Update: After less than 48 hours of being issued a red sticker by the Columbus Public Health Department for "rodent activity in the basement prep area" The Rossi Bar + Kitchen is back open for business.
In an excited post on Facebook, The Rossi thanked their "loyal and wonderful" customers for their support through the closure.
Scroll down for more on The Rossi's emergency order.
08/15/2019: Someone is getting assigned to some "Charlie Work" after The Rossi Bar and Kitchen was served a red sticker by the Columbus Public Health Department.
The Short North restaurants was issued an emergency order yesterday because of "rodent activity in the basement prep area." Reportedly, inspectors discovered dead rats in traps and excessive rat feces in the bowels of the 895 N. High St. building.
Rossi will remain closed until the facility is cleaned, holes in the basement are repaired, and the rats are under control, according to a post from Tom Sussi, a local licensed and insured Private Investigator.
Sussi added that sources informed him that employees are not being paid on time.
In an Instagram post, Rossi announced it'd be closed "for the next few days due to emergency repair."