Columbus weatherman Ben Gelber brings generations together by leading a band that performs Jewish and Yiddish music at local senior centers.
At Amethyst, local mothers find help getting sober while caring for their children.
It started with nine beds. Now, Nationwide Children’s Hospital covers multiple city blocks. Discover the early history of one of the nation’s largest hospitals for children. Photos: Courtesy of Bruce Warner, Columbus Jewish Historical Society, David Meyer, Ed Miller, Hocking Valley Historical Society, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio History Connection, Ohio State University, photohio.org
Next time, explore Columbus’ history through photographs. Learn how The Clinton League preserved Clintonville history, tips and tricks for preserving your personal photo collection and what we can learn from photos. Plus, a historic photo album finds its way back to Columbus from across the country. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday on WOSU TV.
On this episode, we’ll take a look at the history of lending a helping hand in Central Ohio, from the founding of Nationwide Children’s Hospital through documenting history in the making today. Plus, discover the local people and programs helping their neighbors with child care, making music at senior centers and more. Nationwide Children’s Hospital […]