On this episode of Broad & High we’ll spend the day in the life of a local ballerina, learn about the part of the Columbus Metropolitan Library you’ve probably never seen. A local artist describes her relationship with Flat Granny, and a look at the Viewpoints Mural Series in the Short North.
The avid soccer fans credit the city’s Major League Soccer team and a series of U.S. matches for building the local fan base.
The board that oversees Nationwide Arena has approved the facilityâ€™s 2015 budget. Recent media reports say the arena is struggling financially but the facilityâ€™s chief operating officer disagrees.
Girls are up to ten times more likely than boys to suffer knee injuries in sports like soccer and basketball. Some Ohio researchers say they’ve discovered that genetic differences help explain the disparity. But a lack of proper sports training is also partly to blame.
Two Mansfield boosters are headed to prison after pleading guilty to stealing tens of thousands of dollars. With that case in mind, WOSU’s sports podcast After the Score asked Ohio Attorney General MIke DeWine if the state has enough oversight of booster clubs.
Ohio high school athletic director have approved changes that will look to reduce the advantage well-funded private school often have over the public school rivals.
Former Ohio State University football coach Jim Tressel has officially signed on to be the ninth president of Youngstown State University.
The university confirms on its Web site that trustees voted early Friday to name the former Ohio State University football coach to be YSU’s next president.
As the long-time home of the Columbus Clippers is re-purposed into a racetrack and automotive center, WOSU’s Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley sat down with a veteran public radio reporter who spent decades watching the Clippers in the Franklinton park.
With the Blue Jackets out of the playoffs, WOSU’s sports podcast looks at what could be in store for next season.
After 91 years of thoroughbred horseracing, Grove Cityâ€™s Beulah Park shuts its gates.