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  • Getting Outdoors

    Discover a hidden park, ride along one of the city’s bike trails or visit a working farm straight out of the mid-1800s – all temptations to get outside and enjoy nature’s bounty in Central Ohio. Read More
  • Hidden-Gem Parks

    While Goodale and Schiller parks are popular destinations for picnics and dog walks, the city of Columbus also boasts unique, intimate parks that invite conversation and contemplation. Read More
  • Columbus-Area Bike Trails

    With over 100 miles of bike trails in the city, Columbus continues to grow the bike-trail system by adopting the latest best practices from vibrant, bike-friendly cities throughout the nation. Read More
  • Slate Run Living Historical Farm

    Architectural Historian Jeff Darbee visits the Slate Run Living Historical Farm in Canal Winchester to find out what farm life was like back in the mid-1800s. Read More
  • Food and Industry in Columbus Preview

    From sliders to tiki torches, fun surroundings to on-the-go, find out how some Columbus restaurateurs employ the unusual to the delight of their customers. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, Nov. 22 on WOSU TV! Read More
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About Columbus Neighborhoods

A weekly WOSU Public Media TV show, Columbus Neighborhoods uncovers the stories of the people, neighborhoods and landmarks that have shaped the Columbus we know today. Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. and Sundays at noon, hosts Charlene Brown and Javier Sanchez delve into topics ranging from historical preservation and living history to issues Columbus residents are currently facing.

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Learn more about your neighborhood’s history and discover the treasures, stories and landmarks found throughout Columbus.
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