On this episode, we’re taking a look at a few things that move and have moved Columbus: aviation innovation at Ohio State University, the first concrete street in America, Heart and Sole — a nonprofit that gives children with disabilities a chance to race — a Columbus motorized carriage and more. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus […]
Architect Tim Lai tours Hope Hollow to learn about the home’s history and how it’s being used to aid families staying in Columbus for cancer treatments.
Local architectural historian Jeff Darbee meets with members from Young Ohio Preservationists to examine an endangered building at Taylor and Mt. Vernon avenues, on the East Side, that they hope to save and more.
At one time, you could order nearly anything from Sears — including a house built from a kit. Discover Sears houses that local residents still call home, sweet home.
Only three miles from Downtown Columbus, The American Addition was one of Central Ohio’s first African-American communities. But for decades, it was neglected and impoverished. See how community members worked with the city and Homeport to revitalize the neighborhood.