Beginning September 2, Classical 101 begins to roll out several changes to its programming schedule to reflect its commitment to music education for children and more locally produced performances for its listeners.
An Ohio author with a troubled past and a bright future has hit what is being praised as a home run in the literary world. Chilliclothe resident Don Pollack’s new collection of short stories entitled “Knockemstiff” recently received a rave review in the New York Times book review
Capital University professor Kevin Griffith is popular with students and professors, alike.
John Deshler was a Columbus developer, banker, and visionary in the early 1900s. He was the owner of the Deshler hotel ,which stood on the northwest corner of Broad and High. The hotel was demolished in 1969. During the demolition, in the cornerstone, workers found a letter Deshler wrote when the building was constructed a century ago.