Join WOSU Public Media at Old Worthington Market Day this Saturday, September 13 from 9am to 4:30pm for a special sneak peek at the next segment in our Emmy award-winning documentary series, Columbus Neighborhoods: Worthington.
WOSU Public Media plans “live” coverage of Gov. John Kasichâ€™s fourth State of the State speech starting at 7 p.m. Monday, February 24.
It’s not often The Ohio State University campus closes down, but it’s reflective of the real danger of extremely cold conditions. One vivid memory growing up in Wisconsin was when I came in the house after playing football in the snow and told my Mom that I couldn’t feel my hands. Â She ran some cold [...]
Ok, perhaps there is more than nine!Â I spied this piece while reviewing our web portal NEXT AVENUE – a new offering by WOSU and an umbrella source of news and information for anyone beyond 50.Â So as you read these nine, they begin to sound that those of us over 50 are on a [...]
Brady Quinn is a local boy I never met, but saw play a high school game in 2002 shortly after coming to Columbus.Â I attended a Dublin Coffman game as a lark and saw Quinn throw the ball 40 times for 4 or 5 touchdowns.Â He went on to play at Notre Dame and has [...]
Jazz Moves Columbus is a new WOSU documentary that chronicles the creation of the performance series of the same name earlier this year.Â The theatrical collaboration staged by BalletMet, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra (CJO), and WOSU Public MediaÂ was performed 13 times in February at the Riffe Center to celebrate Columbusâ€™s bicentennial. The behind-the-scenes look [...]
A must watch for Independence Day. WOSU producers partnered with Ohio State to tell the story of a group of University students whoÂ traveled the pacific island battlefields of World War II with the veterans who fought there.Â Wonderful, touching piece to air soon on the Big Ten Network.
Most of the broadcast and cable networks will be remembering back 10 years ago this weekend.Â Everyone has a story about that day. Unfortunately, it seems the tragic days are the ones that we can recall instantly. One of my clear memories of youth was the day President Kennedy was killed. Our 2nd grade recess [...]
Make sure you sign up soon for A WAY FORWARD – Arts & Economic Development — On Sept. 19th at 4 pm,Â the plan is to fill the Mershon Auditorium at Wexner Center for the Arts for what should be a fascinating discussion about the impact the arts can have on the local economy.Â It [...]