Worthington born Roswell Ripley served as a Confederate brigadier general.
Preservation is not a one-size-fits all process. On Columbus’ South Side, organizers learned that preservation of the Reeb Center needed to start with access to affordable food.
Columbus Union Station and its predecessors served railroad passengers in Columbus, Ohio, from February 27, 1850, until April 28, 1977. Local architectural historian, Jeff Darbee gives us a detailed look at its architecture, history and lasting legacy.
Host Charlene Brown talks with preservation activist Cathy Nelson about how African Americans have historically been left out of the efforts to conserve buildings on the East Side, and how the loss of Poindexter Village might spur a new preservation movement.