Infamous gangsters and legendary villains – take a look at the dark side of Columbus’ past. Plus, is Gahanna really named after hell? Curious Cbus investigates. Photos courtesy: The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress, Ohio History Connection, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Franklin County Engineers
Infamous gangsters and legendary villains – take a look at the dark side of Columbus’ past. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, April 4 on WOSU TV!
Discover the history of the first African-American recreation retreat in Columbus and one of the first African-American country clubs in the nation. Big Walnut Country Club was founded in Gahanna in the 1920s. Charlene Brown sits down with Gahanna Mayor Tom Kneeland and Niel Jurist, the city’s public information manager, at Creekside Cafe in Downtown […]
From a slice of life to a slice of pie – find out how country clubs, movie theaters and pie competitions are what Ohioans really like doing in our spare time. Join us for a visit to Gahanna to learn about the first African-American country club in Columbus. Then architectural historians Jeff Darbee and Nancy […]