The second dinner in The Chef and The Somm series, will feature 5 courses from Chef Richard paired with Piemontese selections chosen by our Sommelier Chris Dillman. No wine region outside of France possesses more world class vineyards than Italy’s Piedmont. Here, in the foothills of the Alps, a diverse group of unique grapes varietals […]
Youth Yoga Project invites you to Studio 35 to enjoy a screening of “May I Be Happy,” an internationally acclaimed documentary film that depicts the benefits of mindfulness in education. Following the film, we will engage in a panel discussion with local educators, school administrators, healthcare professionals and community leaders who are leading this work […]
Youth Yoga Project invites you to a screening of May I Be Happy, an internationally acclaimed documentary film that depicts the benefits of mindfulness in education. Following the film, we will engage in a panel discussion with local educators, school administrators, healthcare professionals and community leaders who are leading this work in our Central Ohio […]
A hip hop-inspired camp at Columbus State Community College will introduce West Side-area middle schoolers to architecture and urban planning. The free program, which takes place from Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 24, will teach students 3D printing and modeling while making music and solving architectural issues in their community. The camp will bring […]
Featuring Simone Drake, Ph.D. (Hazel C. Youngberg Trustees Distinguished Professor and chair of the Department of African American and African Studies at The Ohio State University), Todd Walker, Ph.D. (Director of Columbus Africentric Early College), Robyn Lyons-Robinson, Ph.D. (Chair of the English Department at Columbus State Community College), and Marshall Shorts (Founder of Artfluential).
Last week, students, staff, families, community members, and media were invited to Columbus Alternative High School (CAHS) to discuss ongoing concerns regarding the physical integrity of its aging North Linden campus buildings. Working with the WORTH Foundation, a local leadership and civic engagement organization, the facilitated conversations aimed to provide a first-hand look at the […]
Columbus City Schools confronts many of the familiar challenges that plague other urban school systems. The district’s “F” rating on its latest state report card means it’s less than two years away from a state takeover unless it can quickly improve student achievement. Columbus is also one of the country’s most economically segregated metro areas, and […]