On this episode of Broad & High, an artist profile: Dennis DeVendra, a blind woodturner. Also a look at Dangerdust, the anonymous chalk artist duo from Columbus College of Arts and Design, Helping Hands Center an arts & autism based in Clintonville, Petali Teas and D’Art the Gallery Kitty at Dublin Arts Council.
Controversies over diversity continue. This spring has seen protests over the absence of women members at the Masterâ€™s Augusta National Golf Club and more recently the furor over a the dismissal of an Ohio Cub Scout leader because sheâ€™s a lesbian. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller says heâ€™s found a Central Ohio group where diversity is a non-issue.
Supporters say drilling for natural gas by hydraulic fracturing holds great promise for Ohio. Others are not so sure. Count WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller among the latter.
The Kasich administration is taking a little bit of praise and a lot of flack for its redesign of the Ohioâ€™s license plate and driverâ€™s license. Count WOSU commentator Andrew Miller among the critics.
Each year, Columbus Monthly Magazine asks movers and shakers what the city needs to succeed. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller has a few of his own ideas.
Journalism is in crisis. To survive, many newsrooms have completely removed the line that separates opinion from news; it may be giving the audience what it wants â€” sensational sound bites â€” but is it providing our democracy with what it needs?
When did our teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees become the super-villains of our time?
With the recent passage of Senate Bill 5 we have witnessed the death of public collective bargaining in Ohio, and the stamping out of workers rights. And why was this decision made? Supposedly to save money.
How to raise one’s child has been a hot topic on talk shows and on the web in recent weeks. Are parents tough enough on their kids? Balance is the key to being a good parent.
A new governor means a new administration and scores of new administrators. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller says the turnover is a not-so-welcome part of the political process.
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.