Columbus Neighborhoods presents a Fourth of July special focused on local Americana. Celebrate some of our nation’s pastimes with a look at early baseball history, a beloved soda fountain and pie judging at the Ohio State Fair.
On our season finale, we take a look at different institutions and programs in Columbus that take care of those in need, especially in terms of health and wellness. Photos: LifeCare Alliance, Ohio History Connection, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, PhotOhio, Amethyst
We visit a railway roundhouse and join the Ohio Valley Railroad Club. Plus, Curious Cbus answers the question, “Why is Columbus the largest city in the nation without scheduled railroad passenger service?”
We’re celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage with a look at remarkable Columbus women who made history. Five notable women of the present share the stories of five notable women of the past: Hannah Neil, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Evangeline Reams, Jerrie Mock and Aminah Robinson. Photos courtesy: Clintonville Historical Society, Columbus Jewish Historical Society, […]
We take a look at housing issues facing aging members of the Columbus community. Discover innovative ideas for intergenerational living and more.