Architectural historian Jeff Darbee heads to Westerville, Ohio, to visit the Hanby House, once a stop on the Underground Railroad.
For decades, Westerville was the home of The Anti-Saloon League — the nation’s most powerful and effective prohibition organization. Historians Beth Weinhardt and Ed Lentz explain how this small Ohio town played an outsize role in one of the most divisive chapters in U.S. history.
Since 1940, the Battiste family has been in the business of flowers. Now the next generation continues the family tradition at Battiste LaFleur Galleria, on the east side of Columbus.
Join us for a visit to Diamonds, where the paletas (Mexican popsicles) — made locally with fresh fruit and juice — are both delicious and beautiful. Javier recently caught up with the team behind this popular shop.
Explore the Columbus Jewish Historical Society’s collection of images by Herb Topolosky (“Topy”), the leading photographer of Jewish events, organizations and businesses in Columbus during the post-World War II period. The collection includes nearly 350,000 negatives. Photos courtesy of: Columbus Jewish Historical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Grandview Heights Public Library, Joel & Sheldon Topolosky, Mount […]