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  • Education in Central Ohio

    This week, we take a look at the changing face of education in Central Ohio. Watch anytime here, or at 8:30pm Thursday, April 26 on WOSU TV! Read More
  • Innovators

    On this episode, meet some of the innovators who've left their mark on Columbus and beyond — from the story of one of the first female architects in Ohio to programs bridging economic gaps today and even fried chicken. Read More
  • Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector

    Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector enrolled at The Ohio State University in 1901 and was one of the first female architects in Ohio. She was also the only female architect practicing in Central Ohio between 1900 and 1930. Read More
  • Hot Chicken Takeover

    From the start, Joe DeLoss built his small-but-mighty restaurant team unconventionally, recruiting and investing in employees who had been incarcerated or homeless. As Hot Chicken Takeover grew, so did this mission. Read More
  • Franklinton Rising

    Franklinton Rising prepares young, at-risk adults for careers in building trades. The organization also turns blighted residential properties into totally rebuilt, modern, efficient and durable houses, revitalizing the neighborhood. 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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