WOSU News Archives For: April 18, 2011

Lack of Grocery Stores Plagues Columbus’ Inner-City Neighborhoods

King Lincoln's Most Popular Grocery, Carl Brown's, Has Shut Its Doors
12:00AM
April
18, 2011

The latest installment of WOSU-TV’s Columbus Neighborhoods series is a film documenting the history of the King Lincoln district. Over the years the neighborhood has struggled to hold onto something most people take for granted: a grocery store. The King Lincoln neighborhood is not alone; so-called food deserts plague the inner city.

Gay Rights Groups Protesting “Tax Day”

Gay Rights
Members of the local LGTB community are planning a protest outside Columbus' main post office tonight to call attention to what they call inequities for gays in the tax code.
12:00AM
April
18, 2011

Members of the local GLTB community are planning a protest outside Columbus’ main post office tonight. As WOSU’s Steve Brown reports, the protest is to call attention to what activists call inequities for gays in the tax code.

Same-Sex Couples Get A Wedding Show Of Their Own

Same Sex Wedding Cake
Brides, grooms and wedding planners are gearing up for this year's wedding season. A long-standing tradition in this preparation is the bridal fair where many couples get ideas for their big day. One local company hopes its unconventional wedding show becomes a tradition for many area couples.
12:00AM
April
18, 2011

Brides, grooms and wedding planners are gearing up for this year’s wedding season. A long-standing tradition in this preparation is the bridal fair where many couples get ideas for their big day. One local company hopes its unconventional wedding show becomes a tradition for many area couples.