In 1923, Beulah Park opened as Ohio’s first thoroughbred racetrack. Travel through time via memorabilia of the track. And learn how its owners – the Robert Deinst Family – brought gambling entertainment to Grove City, while creating a high standard for equine care and management. Photos courtesy of: Janet Shailer, Grandview Heights Public Library, BJ […]
Once a frontier town that would eventually nurture thoroughbreds, Grove City, Ohio, is now a thriving outdoors destination. Join us for a look at Beulah Park, the Grant-Sawyer House and Grove City today.
Once a frontier town that would eventually nurture thoroughbreds, Grove City, Ohio, is now a thriving outdoors destination. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, Jan. 31 on WOSU TV!
It’s a high-stakes competition as judges at the Ohio State Fair taste-test their way through pies of all flavors. Will the winner be fruit, berry or pumpkin this year? Videographer: Chris Hedrick
This old theater in Shawnee, Ohio, is in the midst of preservation efforts. Residents hope it will become a cornerstone of the community arts district. Join architectural historians Jeff Darbee and Nancy Recchie for a visit to the Tecumseh Theater. Photos courtesy of: Columbus Metropolitan Library, PhotOhio, John Winnenberg