Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
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.
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 — sensational sound bites — but is it providing our democracy with what it needs?
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.
Computers, and smart phones are supposed to make our lives easier, make us more productive. But WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller questions the branding of a new Microsoft product
Election Month is here. Early voting started Tuesday and continues to election day. As we pick our new leaders, WOSU commentator Andrew Miller reflects on exactly what leadership is.
We take clean, safe, even vitamin filled drinking water for granted. But in many parts of the world, safe drinking water is a relative luxury. WOSU commentator Andrew Miller criticizes the United States for not doing more to bring clean water to all.
We’ve heard the expression “don’t sweat the small stuff”. That’s hard to do especially during the late July heat. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller reminds us that while we should not worry about trivial matters, we should pay attention to some little things.
We live in a world of an expanding scope of products many of which have steadily dropping prices. A computer that once cost $3,000 now costs $300. While advances in technology and transportation and increasing corporate efficiency have their benefits, WOSU commentator Andrew miller wonders about the long-term cost.