Transit Arts, a youth arts program, provides young adults with a creative outlet while developing our community’s next generation of artists.
Sweet treats, ghost stories and Halloween traditions in Columbus, Ohio.
Nine neighborhood organizations received a ‘Parcels to Places’ grant to create small parks on abandoned city owned lots. We talk with two neighborhood organizations that share their experiences in setting up safe places to gather in Olde Towne East.
A celebration of gathering places – from a famous golf course to the rise of a new craft brewery in historic Temperance Row in Westerville plus a look at the beverage that brings us together – beer.
From the 1890s to the 1920s, Olde Towne East was “the” place to live in Columbus, where the barons of industry and business built their dream houses. The area went through a period of decline when people moved to the suburbs, but today the neighborhood is experiencing a resurgence of residents motivated to fix up the houses and make it a thriving community again.