Southside Stay is a grassroots parent-school program designed to keep neighborhood students together in the same classes and schools, from pre-K through senior year. They believe that keeping students together over multiple years leads not only to strong schools and traditions but strong communities too.
YouthBuild Columbus is a dropout recovery high school serving students who wish to obtain their high school diploma while earning certification in construction, nursing, manufacturing and office tech. Find out how students have connected with a Stambaugh-Elwood resident as the renovation of his home continues to unfold (and watch our first story on the project […]
Discover three unique stories of Columbus activism that demonstrate the power of people coming together – building homes, building relationships and saving kangaroos. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, Dec. 13 on WOSU TV!
Two Dollar Radio publishes and sells books, hosts author events and provides collaborative writing space at a cafe on the South Side. David Weaver from the Ohioana Library and Two Dollar Radio Owner Eric Obenauf discuss Columbus’ writing and literary scene, past and present. Photos courtesy of: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Emily Mollineaux Photography, Millersville University Archives […]
In 1973, five photographers spent one year documenting High Street, from the Scioto Downs area south of I-270 to north of the Pontifical College in Worthington. What can we learn from the photos today about the forces that change some areas while leaving others virtually untouched? Historic photos: Courtesy of Ohio History Connection