Given its proximity to two major crossroads in a college town, it seems as no surprise that neighborhood folks, OSU faculty and students and visitors from all around the country end up here, gathered around the fire. What may come as a surprise to those visitors is that this busy intersection was for decades part of a quiet residential neighborhood known as Dixon's 2nd Addition....

Born in 1969, read about the site's history — including a stint as the Tower of London.


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