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Wife of missing Easton man needs your help

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Tyler Davis, husband and father of an infant son, was last seen on February 24, 2019 around 3:20 AM, in front of the Hilton Hotel in Easton Town Center. His disappearance remains a mystery to all, especially his wife, Brittany, who was with him on that nightmarish night.

(614) was able to catch up with Brittany to glean an insight on the search and inquire about ways the community can help bring Tyler home.

“As of now we have multiple organizations helping with search teams and distribution of flyers,” wrote Brittany. “I’m currently in the process of planning another search but waiting on another organization to get back with me on there assistance with their resources.”

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While she may be at the mercy of others to continue her efforts, Brittany said there is a way you can get involved right now.

“If anyone in the community would like to assist us on passing out flyers or searches please have them follow the BRING TYLER DAVIS HOME Facebook page for more updates,” she wrote.

Brittany is also open to any suggestions for search endeavors.

The GoFundMe page is yet another way you can help Brittany and the Davis family through this difficult time. Without the aid and income from her husband, Brittany has had no choice but to take sole responsibility for rent, utilities, food, baby cost, childcare, and all the other unexpected costs of life.

Considering contributing to help reach the goal of $2,000.

Tyler was wearing dark blue jeans, a white T-shirt, a blue/green flannel, white & Black Nike sneakers. Tyler is 170lbs & 5’10. He is 29 years old and has short brown hair & brown eyes. Tyler has no medical conditions. Tyler has a very distinctive RED birthmark on his right arm, it continues up his neck, chest and right hand. When last seen, he was on foot.

If you have any information surrounding Tyler’s disappearance, please call the Columbus Police Department at 614-645-4545.

To hear Brittany’s full account of what went down on the night of February 24, click here.

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Studio 35 Theater reopens during renovations

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Don’t mind the dust, moviegoers! Studio 35 Cinema & Drafthouse will reopen today, Thursday, May 16. The landmark theater in Clintonville has been closed since Monday for renovations, which are ongoing.

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Additions include a second-story screening room, new seating in the main auditorium, and a kitchen. The upgrades to the historic theater, which opened in 1938, are expected to be completed in August of 2019.

Studio 35 is a champion of independent cinema in Central Ohio, so be sure to get out and show your support throughout their renovation! To catch movie times, view menus, and keep up to date with all of Studio 35’s awesome events, visit studio35.com.

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Quiet down, Uber has a huge announcement

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Tired of being bombarded with political opinions on your way to the grocery store? Sick of feeling obligated to ask, “So, how long have you been an Uber driver?” when all you want to do is scroll through Instagram? Longing to sit in silence in the backseat of a stranger’s car you hailed from the internet? Do you just want to sleep?

We know Uber drivers are only being polite and friendly, but sometimes, you just need quiet.

You need “Quiet Mode.”

Uber has finally rolled out a feature that allows riders to request minimal conversation during rides. Instead of fake laughing and politely nodding your way through a ride, hoping the driver takes the hint, you can simply select the “Quiet preferred” option. There are also options for “Happy to chat” and “No preference.”

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Instead of rudely smashing the “Quiet Mode” button mid-ride, this distinction can only be made before users request the Uber. A few other new options riders can select prior to hailing a vehicle include:

  • Help with Luggage: let your driver know an extra pair of hands is needed for your luggage.
  • Temperature Control: communicate your optimal temperature before entering a vehicle.
  • Extended Pickup Period:  riders will have a little extra time to get to the car when unexpected delays pop up.
  • Premium Support: access premium phone support with live agents if you need something to be made right. 
  • Professionalism: ride with confidence knowing that your professional, commercially-licensed driver is at the top of his or her game.
  • Consistent Vehicle Quality: expect the same kinds of rides, every time, with consistent vehicle model, makes, interiors, and exteriors.

Here’s the catch: these luxury “Rider Preferences” only come with Uber Black and Uber Black SUV premium rides, though. Are you willing to drop the extra dough to control the conversation during your next Uber ride?

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More scooters coming soon to a sidewalk near you

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Love them or hate them, it seems another wave of shared mobility devices are on the way to Central Ohio.

According to a report from WCMH, more than one thousand new electric scooters and bikes from companies with names like Jump, Spin, and Roam could be coming soon.

Jump and Spin have already gained approval from the city to launch their fleets of electric scooters and bikes. Under current rules, each company is allowed up to 500 mobility devices—meaning 1,500 more scooters and bikes will be available throughout the city.

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Columbus based e-bike company Roam is still in the process of gaining approval for a planned Spring 2019 launch. While electric scooters have become a familiar sight, Roam’s bikes are sure to stand out when they eventually hit the streets:

Are you excited to see more mobility options coming to town, or worried about the issues these devices raise? Give us your thoughts in the comments.

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