Curious Cbus editor Michael De Bonis answers the question: “Do you have any information on Frank Tallmadge and the once riding club that is now Franklin Park?” Ask us your questions about Central Ohio at wosu.org/curious Photos courtesy of: Columbus Dispatch, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio History Connection
Architectural Historian Jeff Darbee visits the Slate Run Living Historical Farm in Canal Winchester to find out what farm life was like back in the mid-1800s. Photos courtesy of: Clintonville Historical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio History Connection, OSU Archives
With over 100 miles of bike trails in the city, Columbus continues to grow the bike-trail system by adopting the latest best practices from vibrant, bike-friendly cities throughout the nation. Find out what works and what needs to improve, plus ride along to see some of the most beautiful scenery in the city.
Discover a hidden park, ride along one of the city’s bike trails or visit a working farm straight out of the mid-1800s – all temptations to get outside and enjoy nature’s bounty in Central Ohio.
Col. Allison Miller, the first female commander of an Ohio Air National Guard wing, talks about leading the 179th Airlift Wing in Mansfield and why she chose a career in the military. Film courtesy of: Capt. Paul Stennett/179th Airlift Wing