Next time, we’re taking a look at the third spaces — or gathering places — in Central Ohio. See some remarkable homes and spaces that have also served as meeting places through history, community gathering spots and more. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, Feb. 22 on WOSU TV!
Could the first motorized carriage to be seen on the streets of Columbus be in the Ohio History Connection collections?
The first concrete street in America was poured in Bellefontaine, Ohio, in 1891 — and it has a connection to a WOSU TV host.
Discover Heart and Sole, a nonprofit that provides people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in endurance racing events across Ohio.
Ever wondered about the aviation program at Ohio State University, or why an airport is named for Don Scott? Join us for a chat with Douglas Hammon, director of the Ohio State University Airport, to find out. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio State University Airport, Ohio State University Archives