After nearly a century, YWCA Columbus, housed in the historic Griswold Building, has completed a $23 million renovation, creating brand-new individual apartments for 91 formerly homeless women. We’ll give you a peek inside the newly restored building and learn a little about the history and mission of the organization.
In this segment, we take a look at the rise and fall of high school fraternities and sororities in the Tri-Village area, which were fashioned after Ohio State fraternities and sororities.
Next time on Columbus Neighborhoods: New Americans, we’ll take a look at how different cultures have influenced Central Ohio. Discover the history of Italian immigrants, meet the owner of an Indian restaurant, learn how to respectfully converse with and engage Muslim-Americans, meet a self-taught Latino Web reporter and explore ethnic cuisines in Columbus. Watch at […]
WOSU producer Brent Davis visits Ohio History Connection to take a tour of their Lustron home exhibit.
A beloved Clintonville soda fountain finds a new home in Circleville. Fred Wittich shares his family’s history and tells us how he came to own the soda fountain.