On the most recent episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we explored some of the truly unique neighborhoods of Columbus, including Baby Farms and a small community struggling to find its identity. Read More
In the 1920s, the area known as Baby Farms was marketed to people who were looking to own “mini-farms.” Local historian Doreen Uhas Sauer visits residents in the area to find out more about its history. Read More
Host Charlene Brown visits Himalayan Grille to talk with Bhim Bastola, a Nepalese/Bhutanese refugee who is a grocery-store owner and community activist. Read More
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.
Learn more about your neighborhood’s history and discover the treasures, stories and landmarks found throughout Columbus. Read More
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