As part of a Milo-Grogan oral history project, Fort Hayes High School students recently interviewed former residents of Columbus’ Milo-Grogan neighborhood. With guidance from Doreen Uhas Sauer, education outreach coordinator for Columbus Landmarks, the student group has uncovered Milo-Grogan history and preserved it. This week’s episode of Columbus Neighborhoods is dedicated to the project and includes highlights […]
Arthur Mole was famous for his living photographs, or recreations of imagery using people standing in formation. In 1918, Mole coordinated a living photograph of President Woodrow Wilson at Camp Sherman, a World War I training camp in Chillicothe.
Renee Dews and her sister Sylvia Jackson, ministers at Power of Prayer Church Ministries in the Stambaugh-Elwood neighborhood, reveal their mother’s secret recipe for cooking greens.
Local architects Tim Lai and Eliza Ho discuss saving historic buildings in tandem with a community.
Jay Hoster heads to the Ohio History Connection archives to share information about artifacts from local brewing history, including items from Hoster Brewing Co., which his family owned and operated in Columbus.