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.
A recent survey showed small government agencies were highly responsive to public record requests.
According to a report in the Dayton Daily News the Veteran’s Administration has admitted that 23 people across the country have died because of delayed care.
Columbus Landmarks recently issued its Most Endangered Building List. The list features 13 historic structures in danger of demolition. Landmarks Executive Director Ed Lentz says historic buildings are vital to creating a city’s character. Lentz is the Executive Director of Columbus Landmarks Foundation.Â He talked with WOSU’s Marilyn Smith about the importance of maintaining buildings of [...]
Thousands of people in Columbus go to bed hungry every night, while restaurants, markets and bakeries find themselves throwing away leftovers because they have no way to get it to people in need. But one local group is trying to change that one road trip at a time.
Despite a serious accident last weekend in Rhode Island in which nine circus performers were injured, the show must go on.
Ohio State officials are taking a more aggressive tone in an effort to combat a mumps outbreak on the Columbus campus.
A balloon and a camera make their way to West Virginia.
Beginning this spring, the Greater Columbus Arts Council kicks off its Street Performer program in Columbus. Venues around the city will showcase the talents of singers, mimes, jugglers and performers of all sorts through the end of the year and beyond if the program takes hold.
There may soon be more performers on the streets of Columbus. Beginning in April, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and its partners will pay buskers to entertain visitors in certain venues.