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  • Watch: Activism in Columbus

    On this episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we’ll take a look at different forms of activism in Columbus. Learn how your neighbors are providing clothing for children in need, preserving historic architecture, combating human trafficking and mentoring the next generation. Read More
  • Extended Web Exclusive: Rethinking Architecture

    Local architects Tim Lai and Eliza Ho discuss saving historic buildings in tandem with a community. Read More
  • From the Ground up: Columbus is Getting Two Public Fruit Parks

    Fallen Fruit of Columbus: Block After Block is a program that includes an art exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts and the creation of two public fruit parks in Columbus. Read More
  • Watch: Charity Newsies

    For more than a century, Charity Newsies volunteers have taken to the streets every December to sell a special edition of the newspaper, and all of the funds raised go toward the purchase of new clothing for children in need. Read More
  • Evolving Neighborhoods Preview

    On the next episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we’ll take a look at the evolution of neighborhoods in Columbus over the years. Watch at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 30 on WOSU TV. Read More
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About Columbus Neighborhoods

WOSU Public Media’s Columbus Neighborhoods started as a documentary series to celebrate the city’s bicentennial in 2012 and has grown into an extensive community outreach project with storytelling sessions, public forums, lesson plans, news reports on 89.7 NPR News, and premiere events. This site is your resource to help us continue creating community, one story at a time.

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