Archives: Eric Gnezda

Worthington’s Well-Planned Past and Future

From its founding in 1803, the city of Worthington was a carefully planned community. Characterized by its New England-influenced architecture and village green, the city faces questions of how to embrace expansion of business and residences and still retain its charm. This hour we’ll look at how this historic city is responding to modern pressures

Worthington’s Well-Planned Past and Future

From its founding in 1803, the city of Worthington was a carefully planned community. Characterized by its New England-influenced architecture and village green, the city faces questions of how to embrace expansion of business and residences and still retain its charm. This hour we’ll look at how this historic city is responding to modern pressures

All Sides Weekend: Local Music

Even those who banged away at the piano or wheezed into a flute are rarely sorry they took lessons. In this hour of All Sides Weekend, host Eric French and his guests talk about the role of music education in their lives–both as students and teachers. We’ll also discuss how technology is changing songwriting and what’s playing locally.

Songwriting in Central Ohio

We all know that songs magically show up on our computers and iPods, but where do they really come from? From what well of imagination do they spring? Music is a multi-billion dollar business now, but it all still starts with a song writer, a lyricist and an idea. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about songwriting in central Ohio.

Songwriting in Central Ohio

We all know that songs magically show up on our computers and iPods, but where do they really come from? From what well of imagination do they spring? Music is a multi-billion dollar business now, but it all still starts with a song writer, a lyricist and an idea. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about songwriting in central Ohio.