Many people moved from the mountains of Appalachia to Columbus, and they brought their culture with them, including their music.
Discover Columbus’ jazz greats — and the great places they played. Bettye Stull, Raleigh Randolph and Jack Gorham discuss the legacy of jazz in Columbus, going back to the 1950s and ’60s.
Discover everything you wanted to know about soft serve but brain freeze kept you from asking. We step behind the counter at a long-running family-owned Dairy Queen in Worthington.
We explore the history of taking a dip in Columbus, from river bathing to the giant pool at Olentangy Park to private and public pools. Bob Grove talks about 19 years in the lifeguard’s chair, and Mel Dodge, who championed the development of city parks and pools, is remembered.