On this episode of Broad & High, Terry Allen’s Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter’s Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass, and The Heart Gallery. They’re just two deer, lounging on the banks of the Scioto River watching the world go by.
WOSU News Archives For November 2010
It’s been said that America has come a long way when it comes to racial stereotypes. But recent cases of violence in suburban Columbus have WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller questioning the assertion.
Ohio’s Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown said Monday he favors extension of some income tax cuts and he’d also like to see Congress extend unemployment benefits. Brown made the comments while visiting a Columbus food pantry.
Thirty-six year old Caron Montgomery is accused of killing his girlfriend and her two children.
The Franklin County Prosecutor’s office has indicted Brian Lee Golsby, 22, on 10 felony counts including aggravated robbery and rape.
Columbus Police say a man died outside a home on the city’s Near East Side.
This Saturday, Ohio State and Michigan will play for the 107th time. Since Michigan won the first meeting 34-0 in 1897, Ohio State fans have had a distain for “That Team Up North,” and often times, its fans. WOSU’s Steve Brown spent some time with two Michigan alums living, and sometimes hiding, in Columbus.
The efforts of some privacy advocates Wednesday to cause long line at airport security check points by “opting-out” of body scanners and “opting-in” to more time-consuming pat downs proved non-existent at Port Columbus. WOSU reports despite the holiday rush, operations were running smoothly.
The efforts of privacy advocates to back up airport security check points by “opting-out” of body scanners and “opting-in” to more time-consuming pat downs proved ineffective at Port Columbus. WOSU reports despite the holiday rush, operations where running smoothly.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman announced Tuesday he will a record fourth consecutive term in office. WOSU spoke with the mayor about his re-election bid.
Turkey with all the trimmings is on the Thanksgiving menu at local churches and community groups serving those less fortunate for the holiday. Several organizations are filling a growing need in central Ohio.