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.
Long-time Central Ohio Economist Bill Lafayette says 2014 certainly wonâ€™t be a boom year for the Columbus area economy, but it will definitely feel better. He predicts decent economic and job growth in Central Ohio in the coming year.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and Columbus City Schools Interim Superintendent appeared on a special edition of Columbus on the Record to discuss the various aspect of the levy. Watch what Coleman and Good had to say in defense of the district’s request to the voters.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman today launched the school district’s levy campaign by saying, “recently our schools have failed us.” After a scandal plagued year which included the departure of the district’s superintendent, school leaders may have no other choice.
Ohio State University has fired womenâ€™s basketball coach Jim Foster. Fosterâ€™s dismissal came after the team had a losing record in the Big Ten Conference and failed to qualify for the NCAA tournament.
“Our hearts are broken,” President Obama told the nation today as the awful news emerged. Police say they found 18 children and six adults dead at the scene. Two other children died later. The gunman’s body was also found at the school.
Ohio State University has signed a deal with an Ohio wind farm that could mean the one quarter of the Columbusâ€™s campus energy will come from wind power.
Legendary golfer and Upper Arlington native Jack Nicklaus will join Mitt Romney when the Republican presidential nominee holds a rally Wednesday in Westerville .
President Barack Obama focused on higher education accessibility and affordability in this latest trip to Central Ohio. It was the presidentâ€™s latest attempt to separate himself from Republican Mitt Romney.
After several months of steady but slight declines, Ohioâ€™s unemployment rate remained unchanged in July. The stateâ€™s jobless rate stands at 7.2 percent â€“ the same as it was in June.