On the season premiere of Broad & High we check in on a herd of unruly zebras and their dollhouse shenanigans, two artists, Toni Lipsey and Tom Coleman share their craft and a public art display we’ll definitely want to Google. Watch Wednesday at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
Prohibition. It was the age of moonshine and bathtub gin. Join Broad & High host Audrey Hasson and learn how to make authentic cocktails of the Speakeasy Era with help from a bartender at the Ohio Village. We’ll share recipes along with insight into the lengths people went to get their illegal liquor.
Currently on view at the Dublin Arts Council is a rarely viewed collection of works from Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Eddie Adams. Adams, who died in 2004. Adams’ widow, Alyssa, and Hal Buell, his photo editor at the Associated Press, reflect upon the work and career of the late Eddie Adams.
We learn to make Prohibition Era cocktails from a bartender at Ohio Village and then take a look at the life and career of photojournalist Eddie Adams whose rarely viewed collection of works is on display at the Dublin Arts Council.
Jimmy Orrante, known for playing the lead in BalletMet’s Dracula, retired from the stage this spring. Carrie West, who played the original Lucy opposite Orrante’s Dracula, also retired this season. We recently sat down with both of them to reflect on their careers and find out what comes next for these two stars of the stage.
Jimmy Orrante and Carrie West discuss their retirement from BalletMet, we take a tour of the Ohio History Center’s collection of hair art, and Fresh A.I.R. (Artists in Recovery) celebrates ten years by featuring new work from old contributors.
Want to make biking an everyday part of your life? Try getting started at 3rd Hand Bicycle, a local co-op that promotes cycling by providing the community with the facilities, tools, skills and knowledge to repair and maintain their own bicycles.
This week on Broad & High, meet a gang of righteous mothers at the Righteous Mothers Bicycle Club and creative insights from Aminah Robinson and Denny Griffith.