Neil Clark is a founding member of Grant Street Consultants and probably best known in Ohioâ€™s political circles as a veteran lobbyist for the movers and shakers in the Republican Party. He has played a key role in the GOP domination of the Ohio Statehouse since the early 1980s when he was a Senate staffer.
This time on Broad & High, find out how art explores political unrest and learn how a Japanese Friendship Doll became the symbol of friendship between the United States and Japan in the 1920s.
You’ve likely seen them already and wondered how one rides them, not to mention mount them. Those tall, strangely shaped bikes that are a fixture at community festivals and are “Frankensteined” together using a mishmash of spare parts. We went inside Righteous Mothers Bicycle Club to find out what kind of skill it takes to become a member.
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.
Behind the scenes at the Ohio Star Ball last November, the final round of the state competition which was held at the Lincoln Theatre in March, and we’re launching a new sub-series within Broad & High called ARTifacts.
We’re launching a new sub-series within Broad & High called ARTifacts. This series of occasional shorts will feature hidden treasures from the archives of the Ohio History Center. They’ll be peppered into the show every couple of weeks. The first features the artwork of architectural painter and OSU instructor Ralph Fanning (b. 1889) and why his paintings are important to Columbus.