in the waning days of summer festival season, Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick shares her list of the top 10 reasons to love – and miss – summer festivals. Join Jennifer Hambrick for a festive farewell to summer festival season on The American Sound, 6 p.m. Saturday, on Classical 101.
ArtZine interviews Amy Tan, the author of The Joy Luck Club, who came to Columbus as part of the Big Read, a national initiative that promotes reading as an integral aspect of American culture. We follow her as she participates in the Asian Festival and talks with our own Charlene Brown about her career.
The 2008 Thurber Prize for American Humor was awarded at the Algonquin Hotel. While on location in NYC we found out why Ohioans only need to travel to downtown Columbus for big city entertainment.
Terkel was a broadcaster, interviewer and oral historian whose career lasted 76 years, from 1930 to 2006.
999 writers submitted to MadLab Theatreâ€™s Theatre Roulette event. Discover why this shorts festival is the longest running in Central Ohio.
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.
Will Allisonâ€™s new novel What You Have Left has been lauded by the New York Times. In this interview, he talks about the MFA program at OSU, the many elements that he wove into his book (Including NASCAR), his writing process, and what lies ahead for him.