A library, a church and a school. Those three institutions were created in Worthington long before any of the founding fathers from New England stepped foot in Ohio. And through pioneer hardships, economic depressions and world wars, the citizens of Worthington have held fast to the principles of fellowship and lifelong learning.
WOSU 89.7 NPR News reporter Mandie Trimble recently tackled the shocking story of Ohio and Franklin County’s high infant mortality rate. Rates are highest among the most vulnerable neighborhoods in central Ohio and the racial disparity is growing.
Tickets are going fast for the Downton Abbey inspired second annual Afternoon Tea and Premiere screening on January 4, 2014 at the Columbus Athenaeum. Weâ€™ll have some special guests and lots of fun comparing fashions! And then you get to watch the first hour of Downton season four with hundreds of fans like you.
Robert Lazarus Jr. died on Friday in Bexley. Â My experience with Bob, half of the dynamic Bob & Mary Lazarus team, comes from his consistent support of WOSU, but also in serving with him on community boards. Â He was thoughtful, positive and kind, always. Â I saw his gentle leadership at work with boards like the [...]
The christening of the new pavilion at the Columbus Commons downtown included a nice lunch for perhaps 150 on stage sponsored by the Columbus Foundation. I think our table was approximately where the tattoo parlor was in the demolished City Center Mall.Â But what a transformation of space from the claustrophobic mall to open space [...]
You can now watch the entire Columbus Neighborhoods program on the King-Lincoln District online!
clssical101introshort Some hardy souls braved the 7 degree weather this morning to witness history as WOSU premiered Classical 101! Listen above to the first few minutes of our first broadcast, which starts with a special message from President Gordon Gee of The Ohio State University followed by an intro by our morning classical host Boyce [...]