LifeCare Alliance was established in 1898 as the Instructive District Nursing Association, and it’s the oldest visiting nurse association in the state. CEO and President Chuck Gehring talks about the organization’s history and mission in an interview at Carrie’s Cafe, a restaurant for seniors and low-income residents operated by LifeCare Alliance. Photos: LifeCare Alliance, Ohio […]
A viewer asks why Columbus is the largest city in the nation without scheduled passenger rail service. Photos/film courtesy of: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio History Connection
People of various ages and backgrounds are drawn trackside, where they gather to watch trains speeding along the mainline. Photos: Brandon Townley, Stu Nicholson, Ian Worthington
A railroad roundhouse in Sugarcreek, Ohio, pays homage to what’s considered the golden age of railroading. Architectural historian Jeff Darbee explores in this edition of Driving with Darbee.
Aminah Robinson was an artist who focused on themes of African spirits and humanity through her work. Her art took many forms, from drawings and sculpture to meticulously adorned fabrics. Robinson attended the Columbus Art School and The Ohio State University. In 1990, she was the first living artist to have a solo show at […]