On this episode of Broad & High, Terry Allen’s Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter’s Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass, and The Heart Gallery. They’re just two deer, lounging on the banks of the Scioto River watching the world go by.
About 18,000 athletes will flood the streets of Columbus this weekend for the Columbus Marathon and Half-Marathon. WOSU’s Thomas Bradley is an avid runner and wanted to talk to a veteran of the race to see how it’s changed, so we dared him to go for a run with Eric Wygle, who’s competing in his 14th Columbus Marathon this weekend.
Leaders of Capital University, the city of Bexley, and local residents meet again Monday night to discuss a proposal for lights at Capital’s Bernlohr Stadium.
An Ohio state senator says it’s time for the Cleveland Indians to drop their nickname and Chief Wahoo mascot.
Ohio State has hosted night football games in “The Shoe” for decades, but lights have always been trucked in. That’s changing as the school hopes for more exposure to recruits and national TV audiences.
Lebron Jamesâ€™ return to Cleveland is great news for basketball fans there. Itâ€™s also good news for their local economy.
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.
Matt Lawson is among the players suing Major League Baseball, the league’s commissioner, and several individual teams for what the plaintiffs called unlawfully-low wages.
With the Blue Jackets out of the playoffs, WOSU’s sports podcast looks at what could be in store for next season.
The senior point guard known for his great defense plays his final home game this weekend. For WOSUâ€™s sports podcast â€œAfter the Scoreâ€, Thomas Bradley and Steve Brown spoke with Craft about his four years at OSU.